Total Updates: 11
- Tue., Sep. 6, 2016 from Variety
- changed the status of Jack Nicholson to Former of Last Flag Flying
- changed the status of Jack Nicholson to Formerly Rumored of Rules Don't Apply
- Sun., Nov. 24, 2013 from news.yahoo.com
- changed the status of Jack Nicholson to Current of El Presidente
- Thu., Mar. 14, 2013 from Variety
- added Jack Nicholson as Judge (Formerly In Talks) to the credits of The Judge
- changed the status of Jack Nicholson to Formerly In Talks of El Presidente
- Thu., May. 10, 2012 from The Hollywood Reporter
- changed the status of Jack Nicholson to Formerly In Talks of Last Vegas
- Thu., Jun. 23, 2011 from Deadline
- added Jack Nicholson (Rumored) to the credits of Rules Don't Apply
- Sun., Oct. 17, 2010 from Los Angeles Times
- changed the status of Jack Nicholson to In Talks of El Presidente
- added Jack Nicholson (In Talks) to the credits of El Presidente
- Mon., Aug. 2, 2010 from Deadline
- added Jack Nicholson (Former) to the credits of Honeymoon With Harry
- added Jack Nicholson to the credits of How Do You Know
Richard Linklater has found his next project and set an all-star ensemble to lead the film.
Doug Liman will direct the action comedy El Presidente, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Robert Duvall is looking to lay down the law, as he is in final negotiations to play the father of Robert Downey Jr. in Warner Bros. pic The Judge.
Robert De Niro will star opposite Michael Douglas in CBS Films’ comedy Last Vegas.
Paramount and Beatty are keeping details under wraps, but here's what I've heard: He will play Howard Hughes, but it's not really a biopic; part of the plot involves an affair he had with a young woman in the later years of his life. I've heard that he's going top shelf for the ensemble cast he is putting together. Here is who h...
Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson, who famously squared off in a courtroom in the 1992 blockbuster "A Few Good Men," could be teaming and going on the run in "El Presidente," late-night writer Dan Goor's action comedy about a dedicated Secret Service agent assigned to protect a bumbling and degenerate ex-preside...
The Paul Haggis-scripted "Honeymoon With Harry" might make it to the altar after six years of broken engagements. Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper two weeks ago read the lead roles in a run-through organized by New Line at De Niro’s Tribeca Productions offices. Now, Jonathan Demme is circling the project.