British helmer Julien Temple ("Pandaemonium") will direct period crime drama "Gun Girl" for Moonstone Entertainment, with John Strong producing.
The Sundance Institute has promoted Trevor Groth, a 16-year veteran of the Sundance Film Festival staff, to the festival's director of programming.
Film Movement has acquired North American rights to "Gigante," the Uruguayan comedy that won the grand jury award at the Berlinale along with the first feature film nod and the Alfred Bauer Prize.
Will Ferrell is in talks to topline and David Dobkin is in negotiations to direct the comedy "Neighborhood Watch" at 20th Century Fox.
Lionsgate bondholders have mostly given the cold shoulder to Carl Icahn's offer to buy $316 million of the mini-major's debt.
Michael Mann's "Public Enemies," starring Johnny Depp, will screen June 23 as the Centerpiece premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Warner Bros. has gotten on board with "Everybody Loves Whales," snapping up a screenplay by Jack Amiel and Michael Begler with Steve Golin and Michael Sugar producing through their Anonymous Content…
Fox's "Used Guys" has a new lease on life.
Screen Media Films has acquired U.S distribution rights to "Death in Love," starring Josh Lucas, Lukas Haas, Adrien Brody and Jacqueline Bisset.
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan has hired veteran litigator John M. Gatti as chair of its entertainment and media litigation practice in its Los Angeles office.
WGA members will start voting this month on rules that impose uniform eligibility standards for the WGA West and the WGA East for nationwide votes such as strike authorization and contract…
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