Michael Moore's opting to spoof romantic conventions in titling his upcoming documentary "Capitalism: A Love Story," which addresses the causes of the global economic meltdown.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have won a favorable ruling in the suit filed by the heirs of "Superman" co-creator Jerome Siegel.
Raja Gosnell has been tapped to direct Sony's live-action/animated "Smurfs."
Eric Dane ("Grey's Anatomy") is rounding out the already large cast of New Line's ensemble comedy "Valentine's Day," set to begin shooting this week with Garry Marshall directing.
Will Forte's bumbling spy MacGruber is headed for the bigscreen as the latest in a long line of "Saturday Night Live" characters to make that transition.
Michael Clarke Duncan and Morgan Simpson will star in and Mario Van Peebles will direct indie drama "Bailey."
Fox Searchlight has hired Barry Dale Johnson as VP of national publicity.
Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Motion Pictures has hired veteran exec Wendy Japhet as president.
Mandate Pictures has bought a comedy pitch from scribe D.V. DeVincentis based on Bob Powers' book "You Are a Miserable Excuse for a Hero." Project has been set up with the Mark Gordon Co.
Virginia Madsen will star opposite Kevin Spacey as his ex-wife in indie comedy "Father of Invention."
Click. Click. The View-Master may be coming to the bigscreen.