Paramount Pictures has acquired film rights to Dan Zevin's "The Day I Turned Uncool: Confessions of a Reluctant Grown-Up" and set up the project with Kevin Misher.
The Writers Guild Foundation Library will be closed until June 13, when it will reopen following a $2 million renovation and expansion.
The producing team behind "Ray" has set its sights on Broadway, acquiring rights from the Ray Charles Estate and Ray Charles Enterprises. Stuart Benjamin -- who worked on "Ray" for 15 years before it…
Crispin Glover and Michael Paloma will topline independent horror film "Simon Says," to be directed and produced by William Dear ("Angels in the Outfield," "Harry and the Hendersons").
Screen Actors Guild's last CEO, Bob Pisano, started his new job on Sept. 10, 2001. Today, AFTRA's outgoing topper, Greg Hessinger, officially assumes Pisano's old office.
"XXX: State of the Union" led a still-mild foreign box office with a moderate day-and-date international opening of $15 million at 4,800 playdates in 64 territories. Also during the Friday-Sunday…
Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and CBS have resumed their rocky course following a month's suspension. After meeting Thursday and Friday, both sides agreed to continue negotiating…
Leaders of AFTRA have named veteran exec Kim Roberts Hedgpeth national exec director, a post she had held on an interim basis for the past month since the departure of Greg Hessinger to head the…
"The Interpreter" translated to healthy offshore business and Vin Diesel's "The Pacifier" provided steady returns at an otherwise mild mid-spring frame at the international box office.
Paramount has bet on "Dad Can't Lose," signing Will Arnett to star and Joe and Anthony Russo to direct. Family comedy has been set up with Peter Principato and Paul Young, who will produce via their…
Brad Weston will begin work as early as today at Paramount as co-president of production in the wake of being released from his contract as Dimension co-president.