"Gangs of New York" is on the move ... again.
"Birth," a Jonathan Glazer project that was to be financed by Regency Enterprises, has been reborn at Fine Line Features.
Regency Enterprises is preparing to shoot J.R., striking a seven figure deal to turn the primetime soap opera "Dallas" into a feature film.
Eddie Murphy is near a two-year, first-look deal at DreamWorks. The partnership is a coup for DreamWorks, considering that Murphy has several projects set up at studios across town.
ZelnickMedia, the Gotham-based firm run by Strauss Zelnick, former CEO of BMG Entertainment and prexy-chief operating officer of 20th Century Fox, has taken a minority stake in National Lampoon.
"Gangs of New York" will roll out internationally like, well, gangbusters. Initial Entertainment Group -- the company that pre-sold and controls the pic's international rights -- will unveil the…
Miramax has planted the long-gestating "Gangs of New York" on Dec. 21 in Japan, four days before its U.S. bow.
New Line Cinema has seized scribes David Jung and Steve Dandois' pitch "Solomon Kane," based on a character from Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard.
Jay Russell is developing and is in negotiations to direct "Ladder 49" for Disney. Pic, penned by Lewis Colick, is being produced by Casey Silver, who is also teaming with Disney on "Hidalgo."
Liz Manne and Catherine Tait have formed Duopoly, a production and marketing strategy company to be based in Gotham.