Legendary Pictures has given a name to its upcoming hacker movie: Blackhat. Directed and produced by Michael Mann, the cyber-thriller project stars Chris Hemsworth who becomes involved in a high-level global cyber-crime network.
TriStar picked up Jodie Foster's project Money Monster, starring George Clooney as a TV personality who is taken hostage live on the air.
Denmark director Niels Arden Oplev (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) will direct Deity, an English-language remake of the Bollywood thriller Kahaani. The story centers on a pregnant American woman who goes to Kolkata in search of her missing husband.
Tommy Lee Jones has joined Kevin Costner and Gary Oldman in Criminal, about a dead CIA operative's memories, secrets and skills implanted into a dangerous prison inmate in hopes he can stop a diabolical plot. Jones will play the neuroscientist who transplants the memories.
Although it took a decade for the sequel to Sin City, the upcoming Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, producers Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller are already talking about making Sin City 3.
The Robert Downey Jr. star vehicle The Judge will open the Toronto Film Festival in early September. Downey Jr. plays an attorney who returns to his childhood home where his estranged father (Robert Duvall), who is also the town’s judge, is suspected of murder.
A trailer was released for November Man, the upcoming film in which Pierce Brosnan returns to spydom as an ex-CIA agent.
Open Road released a trailer for the crime drama Nightcrawler, starring Jake Gyllenhall as a member of LA’s underground world of freelance crime tele-journalism.
CBS Television Studios signed a multi-year, first-look deal with James Patterson Entertainment, giving them first rights to the author’s extensive library for series source material.
Angus Macfadyen (Turn) will star in The Pinkertons, a 22-episode series based on the real-life cases of the Pinkerton Detective Agency, which premieres in first-run syndication in the U.S. this fall.
Melissa Gilbert is joining ABC's midseason replacement series Secrets & Lies, about a father (Ryan Phillippe) who becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a young boy when he finds the body. Gilbert will play a hardworking mom taking care of her two sons on her own.
NBC announced that that Mary-Louise Parker will join The Blacklist for Season 2 of the series in a recurring role as a mysterious character named Naomi Highland.
Portia de Rossi is joining Scandal during Season Four for a "top secret" arc, according to ABC.
Charley Koontz (Community) will join Patricia Arquette in the cast of in CBS’ upcoming CSI spinoff, CSI: Cyber, playing Agent Daniel Grummitz, a social introvert and a tech genius.
Sonya Walger (Lost) and Zak Orth (Revolution) have landed guest-starring roles on Elementary. Walger will play an Assistant U.S. Attorney, while Orth will take on the role of a distraught father whose family was torn apart by tragedy.
Several of the stars and creative team behind Hannibal were on hand at Comic Con to talk about the upcoming season two of the series, with hints of storylines and who may have lived or died in the season one finale.
Fox released a trailer for the Season 10 premiere of Bones, which picks up four months after the events occurring in the Season 9 finale and finds FBI agent Booth in jail.
Emmy nominee Robert Newman (Homeland) will play Inspector Archer in Off-Broadway’s longest running play, Perfect Crime, a whodunnit that New York Magazine calls "a true New York murder mystery."