Paramount Pictures has decided to get in the game with "Starting Five," acquiring the sports-themed pitch for Lorenzo di Bonaventura to produce.
The Screen Actors Guild has tapped alternate board member Patrick Kerr to fill the national board seat held by Richard Crenna, who died Jan. 17.
Paramount Pictures has decided to take a shot at "Have Gun, Will Travel," with Jordan Kerner producing.
Local feature production remained steady during January as off-lot activity in Los Angeles more than doubled from the same period in 2002.
The Directors Guild of America has included the late John Frankenheimer among its nominees for directorial achievement in 2002 TV.
The Writers Guild of America West board of directors has selected Mel Brooks as this year's recipient of the Screen Laurel Award.
Authorities have charged legendary music producer Phil Spector with murder in the shooting death of a woman at his home in the Los Angeles suburb of Alhambra.
SAG is warning members not to expect a favorite awards-season perk -- free admission to movies up for awards.
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