Vulture has learned that the studio has taken the unusual step of hiring two different screenwriters to work on dueling Mummy scripts.
The project had first been set up at the studio half a dozen years ago with director Spike Lee.
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No word yet on the Snow White and the Huntsman sequel.
Savages gets squeezed out, but could it increase its haul this upcoming weekend?
The pricey Snow White looks likely to be yet another in a list of painful bombs for the beleaguered studio.
When a movie this expensive fails, there are bound to be ramifications well beyond the home port.
"I don't like wearing the glasses over my glasses."
The erotic book trilogy has found a studio home.
The Lorax rings in the newest iteration after a century of the ol' spinning globe.
The pact was meant to signal the end of the movie star. Nothing got made, and now Candy Land is at Sony with Adam Sandler.
The movie was going to come out on VOD early. Not anymore.
The studio is supposedly in talks to unload its specialty film division.
How can they better convince us of the film's "deadly seriousness"?
Sources tell Vulture that several candidates, including former Disney studios chief Dick Cook, have been approached about replacing Universal Studios president and COO Ron Meyer.
Meanwhile, the Tom Hanks–Julia Roberts comedy 'Larry Crowne' is set for July 1, 2011.
The Halo movie: a history.
That will be released in this brand-new order: movie, TV season, movie, TV season, movie.
Topher Grace, Anna Faris, and Michelle Trachtenberg have all been in movie limbo for the last three years, but they're about to be liberated!
Contract talks between Vevo and MTV break down.
Talks are well under way to see if Hoffman would be willing to return to shoot new scenes.
Meanwhile, it could be weeks until new judges are announced.
After the 2008 fire, rebirth.
With only five weeks to go until it was to begin shooting, hit-hungry Universal has pulled the plug on 'Cartel.'
Why does this thing need to cost $35 million, anyway?