Total Updates: 22
- Thu., Jun. 15, 2017 from Paramount Pictures
- changed the status of Mel Gibson to Current of Daddy's Home 2
- Wed., Feb. 1, 2017 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Mel Gibson as actor to credits of Dragged Across Concrete
- Mon., Jan. 30, 2017 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Mel Gibson as actor (In Talks) to credits of Daddy's Home 2
- Thu., Sep. 29, 2016 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Mel Gibson as Grandfather to credits of Every Other Weekend
- Mon., Sep. 5, 2016 from Entertainment Weekly
- changed the status of Mel Gibson to Rumored of The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection
- Fri., Aug. 5, 2016 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Mel Gibson as Professor James Murray to credits of The Professor and the Madman
- Mon., Jul. 18, 2016 from Lionsgate
- added Mel Gibson as John Link to credits of Blood Father
- Fri., Jun. 10, 2016 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Mel Gibson as director and producer to credits of The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection
- Sun., Jun. 21, 2015 from imglobalfilm.com
- added Mel Gibson as director to credits of Hacksaw Ridge
- Tue., Aug. 20, 2013 from Lionsgate
- changed the status of Mel Gibson to Current of The Expendables 3
- Sat., Aug. 10, 2013 from huffingtonpost.com
- added Mel Gibson as actor to the film's credits of The Expendables 3
- Wed., May. 2, 2012 from Variety
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of Machete Kills
- Fri., Sep. 9, 2011 from Deadline
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of Untitled Gibson / Eszterhas Maccabee Project
- Sat., May. 21, 2011 from ScreenDaily
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of The Drowner
- Wed., May. 18, 2011 from Variety
- added Mel Gibson (In Talks) to the credits of Sleight of Hand
- Sun., Nov. 7, 2010 from Variety
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of Stonehearst Asylum
- Thu., Oct. 21, 2010 from boffo.com
- changed the status of Mel Gibson to Former of The Hangover Part II
- Mon., Oct. 18, 2010 from The Wrap
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of The Hangover Part II
- Wed., Jan. 27, 2010 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Mel Gibson (In Talks) to the credits of Cold Warrior
- Sat., Dec. 19, 2009 from Universal Pictures
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of Get the Gringo
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of Untitled Leonardo DiCaprio Viking Project
- added Mel Gibson to the credits of The Beaver
Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn are pairing up again for Dragged Across Concrete.
Paramount has made an official offer to Mel Gibson to star with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg in Daddy’s Home 2.
Mel Gibson is in negotiations to star in Every Other Weekend, an action-adventure project that will be directed by French filmmaker Benjamin Rocher.
Mel Gibson may be focusing on the resurrection for a sequel.
Mel Gibson is ready to bring the best-seller The Professor and the Madman to the big screen and has enlisted Sean Penn in the effort.
Braveheart screenwriter Randall Wallace says he is writing a follow-up to the biblical blockbuster that will focus on the resurrection of Jesus.
Action star Michelle Rodriguez is officially set to reprise her roles in Robert Rodriguez's "Machete Kills" and the sixth installment in Universal's hit "Fast and Furious" franchise, which will see Justin Lin returning to the director's chair.
I’ve learned that Warner Bros has set up an untitled drama that teams Gibson and screenwriter Joe Eszterhas on the telling of the heroic story of Jewish warrior Judah Maccabee. Eszterhas will write the script, and I understand that Gibson will collaborate with him.
Fred Schepisi has signed on to direct The Drowner, John Collee’s (Happy Feet, Master And Commander) adaptation of Robert Drewe’s 1890s-set novel about a young British engineer who travels to Western Australia to help build a pipeline from the coast to the country’s gold fields.
Mel Gibson is in talks to join the cast of helmer Brad Mirman's heist comedy "Sleight of Hand," opposite Kiefer Sutherland, Gerard Depardieu and Thomas Jane.
Paranormal Activity helmer Oren Peli has signed on to direct "Eliza Graves" for Sobini Films and Icon Prods.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have confirmed that Mel Gibson will not be appearing in "The Hangover 2." Director Todd Phillips said in a statement: "I thought Mel would have been great in the movie and I had the full backing of Jeff Robinov and his team. But I realize filmmaking is a collaborative effort, ...
Well, that will depend on who you ask, as TheWrap has learned that controversial Oscar winner Mel Gibson will appear in a small role in Todd Phillips' raucous Warner Bros. sequel.
Mel Gibson is in negotiations to reteam with his "Lethal Weapon" scribe Shane Black for Universal's spy thriller "Cold Warrior."