Justine Bateman has resigned from the Screen Actors Guild's national board of directors.
Fox has tapped Nimrod Antal ("Vacancy") to direct "Predators" for producer Robert Rodriguez through his Troublemaker Studios.
Citigroup and Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media have settled their lawsuits over Citi's attempt to restructure the terms of their five-year slate financing deal involving Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Universal's won the bidding for feature rights to the vintage Atari vidgame "Asteroids" and set up the project with Lorenzo di Bonaventura.
Newly minted Phase 4 Films has acquired U.S. rights to "The Poker House," the directorial debut of thesp Lori Petty, and set a July 17 theatrical release.
Maya Entertainment is partnering with Blockbuster to present an eight-film Latin Cinema series in eight cities from July 17-Sept. 10.
CBS Films has picked up the comedy spec "Get a Job," by Kyle Pennekamp and Scott Turpel. Project is set up with Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher at their Double Feature Films shingle.
Carl Icahn has remained on the hunt for Lionsgate, boosting his stake this week to 17.7% from 17.2%, according to a regulatory filing.
Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker will star in road-trip comedy "Cloudburst" for Sidney Kimmel Entertainment.
The guild's top attorney has again warned its leaders that they're not allowed to bash AFTRA.
Amy Adams is in negotiations to star alongside Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg in Relativity Media's "The Fighter."