Universal Pictures has announced the release dates for three of their upcoming titles today.
The studio is targeting a September 28, 2012 release for Oliver Stone’s Savages , starring Aaron Johnson, Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively, Salma Hayek, Benicio Del Toro, John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Emile Hirsch and Demian Bichir. In the adaptation of Don Winslow’s novel, two friends from Laguna Beach share the same girlfriend and a thriving business growing and… Continue reading Universal Dates Savages , Despicable Me 2 and Oblivion
Jennifer Aniston leaves Universal Studios on Monday (June 6) in Universal City, Calif.
The 42-year-old actress hugged a friend before going to her car and heading home.
Over the weekend, Jen was awarded the Decade of Hotness award at the Guys Choice Awards!
Catch Jen accepting her award when the show airs on Spike TV on Friday (June 10) at 9/8c.
On Sunday, Jen
The Hollywood Reporter has the exclusive that Universal Pictures has bought an untitled sci-fi crime thriller script from Bobby Glickert with Fast Five director Justin Lin and Scott Stuber producing.
Glickert was a production assistant on Transformers and Iron Man before becoming Lin’s assistant on Fast & Furious and directing a couple short films. Although the details are kept under wraps, it’s been said that it’s a cross between… Continue reading Universal and Justin Lin Back Sci-Fi Crime Thriller
Universal Pictures is in final negotiations to acquire Arabian Knights , a pitch by Kyle Ward, who will also write the script.
The film is described as being “radically different” from FilmDistrict’s Arabian Nights , which has Liam Hemsworth attached to star.
Blacklight Transmedia’s Zak Kadison will produce with Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins of Imagine Entertainment, while Eric Lieb will exec produce. Jeff Kirschenbaum and Kiska Higgs will oversee the project… Continue reading Universal Acquires Arabian Knights
Just when everyone was counting Universal out with their ‘Snow White and the Woodsman‘ movie and Relativity the victor with their ‘Brothers Grimm: Snow White‘, the tables turned quickly and now the former has been moved up to hit screens a few weeks ahead of the other. The battle will continue I’m sure.