Faster than you can say " 'Stuart Little' made $15 million in its opening weekend," Warner Bros. is a mouse whisker away from greenlighting its own live-action/animated feature, "Cats and Dogs."
Miramax Films has closed a deal with helmer Tommy O'Haver ("Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss") to direct "Getting Over Alison."
Bonnie Fallone Otto has been upped to VP of financial administration and operations for domestic distribution at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Some sort of truth is emerging at Warner Bros. and Disney, and it may be "The Ugly Truth," a script penned by Nicole Eastman and being seriously considered by helmer Barry Sonnenfeld, actress Gwyneth…
In what may be the biggest rewrite deal of the new year, Columbia Pictures has plunked down $1.3 million for prolific scribe Scott Rosenberg to rewrite ... himself.
CAA has announced that communications and political consultant Wendy Smith will join the agency today as director of corporate communications.
George Clooney has closed a deal to reprise Frank Sinatra's role as Danny Ocean in "Ocean's 11," with Steven Soderbergh set to direct the Warner Bros. pic.
In a move designed to bring a large group of Canuck talent agencies into a larger Hollywood confederation, Metropolitan Talent Agency has opened an office in Toronto.
ICM's search for a public relations head has ended with the hire of Warner Bros. director of written communications Stacy Ivers, who becomes the percentery's senior VP of corporate communications…
Madonna has recently switched agencies, this time leaving CAA for UTA, which will handle all her movie-related career moves starting immediately.
Vincent Ward, most recently the helmer of the Robin Williams afterlife picture "What Dreams May Come," has ankled CAA to sign with Endeavor, effective immediately.
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