Hyde Park at Mouse House

Shingle has trio of pix in works

HOLLYWOOD — Hyde Park Entertainment is putting its second-look deal with Walt Disney Studios to work, teaming up to co-produce or co-finance Brad Silberling’s “Goodbye Hello” (AKA “Baby’s in Black”), the Dustin Hoffman vehicle “Personal Injuries” and the Queen Latifah-starrer “In the Houze.”

These are the first greenlit projects for the shingle under its Disney deal, which partners David Hoberman and Ashok Amritraj signed last year. Launched in 1999 with a first-look pact at MGM, Hyde Park annually produces three to four pics budgeted at $20 million and up.

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