With Tom Freston and Brad Grey's top-to-bottom Paramount makeover gathering momentum, the studio is facing the prospect of a far slimmer release schedule next year. With nearly a third of 2005 gone…
Less than a month after exiting as Paramount president, Donald De Line is headed to Warner Bros. for a three-year, first-look production deal.
While the fate of Fox TV's "Arrested Development" is uncertain, a good chunk of the team behind the show is gathering at Universal Pictures for a laffer.
Paramount Pictures is going "Personal Shopping" with Mandy Moore, tapping the thesp to topline the long-in-development romantic dramedy for Scott Rudin Prods.
Nickelodeon Movies will go to the mat with Jack Black, Mike White and Jared Hess for a project that will see Black topline, Hess helm and White and Hess co-script. Black will portray a Mexican priest…
Twentieth Century Fox is in negotiations with helmer Larry Charles to come aboard the Sasha Baron Cohen comedy "Borat."
Paramount Pictures has tapped marketing exec LeeAnne Stables as senior VP of worldwide marketing partnerships with oversight over theatrical marketing alliances.
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped former CBS exec Sonja B. Augustine its employment access director.
New Line has decided to hire "Harvey Richards, Lawyer for Children," acquiring feature film rights to Ruben Bolling's alternative comic strip.
New Line Cinema has tapped the scripting team of Toni Kotite and Marty Scott to write college comedy "Soccer Mom" for Karz Entertainment and Underground Films to produce.
Columbia has decided to remake Blake Edwards' 1962 thriller "Experiment in Terror" and set it up with producers Lou Pitt and Matt Baer. Robert Pucci ("The Corruptor") has been tapped to write a…