Alcon Entertainment has geared up its live-action/animated version of "Hong Kong Phooey" with Alex Zamm on board to direct from David Goodman's script.
Warner Bros. -- the studio that births the most tentpoles -- hopes that the end of the Harry Potter franchise in 2011 won't mean the end of the tentpole production line.
Don't expect SAG and AFTRA to try merging any time soon.
Hollywood execs with a keen sense of history, take note: The mansion seen at the beginning of "Gone With the Wind" and other Selznick Studios films is back on the rental market.
Freestyle Releasing has set an October release for indie comedy "Motherhood," from iDeal Partners Film Fund and Killer Films.
Building defenses against a possible takeover move by Carl Icahn, Lionsgate has allied with Mark Rachesky, its largest shareholder, and announced he'll be part of its slate of board of directors…
Praisery 42West has hired Nicolette Aizenberg from Miramax Films, where she was most recently director of field publicity and promotions.
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."
Michael Clarke Duncan and Morgan Simpson will star in and Mario Van Peebles will direct indie drama "Bailey."