Director Ron Howard reveals that filming his Formula 1 drama has been like a cross between Apollo 13 and Backdraft.
The director and star of this 1986 classic will be answering fan questions through their Twitter accounts on Tuesday, March 12th.
This adaptation of Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel will now be reconfigured as a live-action project for Walt Disney Pictures.
Paramount Pictures is behind this English-language reboot of an Israeli TV movie about a woman given a strange choice in the afterlife.
Eva Longoria, Jamie Foxx, Biz Stone, Georgina Chapman, and James Murphy will direct short films based on ten of these chosen photos.
Ron Howard, Jason Bateman, and Mitch Hurwitz offer a status update on the return of this beloved sitcom.
Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, and Olivia Wilde star in this biopic on Formula 1 champion driver Niki Lauda.
Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are producing this vampire tale, bringing Lestat back to the big screen.
This short film produced by Ron Howard for Canon's Long Live Imagination campaign will be viewable through December 19th.
The project will be the first under a new two-year deal Akiva Goldsman signed with HBO, with Ron Howard directing the pilot episode.
The director has set out to make the most authentic Formula 1 racecar movie ever commited to film.
Ron Howard says that there are a lot of hurtles to jump before the mini-series and movie get underway, also giving an update on The Dark Tower.
The Oscar winning filmmaker is producing this short film for Canon's Project Imagin8ion and director Bryce Dallas Howard.
The movie surrounds a guy who is normal 364 days a year and for one day he has superhuman powers.
Producer Brian Grazer reveals that director Ron Howard is seeking independent financing for this multi-platform project based on Stephen King's Roland Deschain novel series.
The filmmaker plans on producing the third installment in The Da Vinci Code franchise.
Warner Bros. has acquired Jon Krakauer's 2003 book for Ron Howard to direct, just one day after The Dark Tower lost its financing at Universal.
The actor could play rival Niki Lauda in this biopic on English racer James Hunt.
The long-gestating MAD Magazine project will be produced by Brian Grazer and Warner Bros.