Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis has closed a deal to direct a live-action remake of Pinocchio.Ryan Scott
Robert Zemeckis is in early talks to take on Disney's long-gestating live-action Pinocchio remake.Ryan Scott
Robert Zemeckis and co-screenwriter Bob Gale first announced plans for a Back to the Future musical back in 2014.Kevin Burwick
Director Robert Zemeckis once again declares that we'll never see a Back to the Future sequel while he is still alive.B. Alan Orange
Robert Zemeckis and Steve Carell are facing a disaster as their latest Welcome to Marwen has officially bombed at the box office.Ryan Scott
Warner Bros. and New Line have won the rights to The King, which will star Dwayne Johnson as Hawaiian king Kamehameha.Ryan Scott
Director Robert Zemeckis is in final talks to write and direct an adaptation of Roald Dahl's 1973 novel The Witches.
Robert Zemeckis, who holds all Back to the Future rights with writer Bob Gale, says that a remake will never happen in his lifetime.
Brad Pitt has been set to star in director Robert Zemeckis' untitled romantic thriller for Paramount and GK Films.
Director Robert Zemeckis recreates the1974 high-wire walk between the two World Trade Center in The Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.B. Alan Orange
Robert Zemeckis' The Walk follows Philippe Petit, who walked across the Twin Towers on a tightrope. In theaters this October.
The director wants Joseph Gordon-Levitt for this 3D drama about a man's tightrope walk between the Twin Towers in 1974.
The film is an adaptation of Kate DiCamillo's popular children's novel about the adventures of a porcelain rabbit. Jeff Stockwell is penning the script.
The director reportedly wants Leonardo DiCaprio to star. The original 2010 documentary centers on a man coping with severe memory loss.
The Flight director has lost interest in bringing The Beatles back to life via motion capture, speaking out against the remake.B. Alan Orange
Dustin Lance Black is writing the script, based on the true story of Colton Harris-Moore and his bizarre crimes as 'The Barefoot Bandit.'
The Back to the Future director returns with his first live-action film in over a decade, in theaters this November.B. Alan Orange
Robert Zemeckis will produce this adaptation of Andrew Pyper's forthcoming book for his ImageMovers company.