Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan will star in Warner Bros.' detective comedy "A Couple of Cops," with Kevin Smith directing his first major studio pic.
Shoreline Entertainment will produce a feature-length documentary about producer-director Stanley Kramer in collaboration with his widow, Karen Sharpe Kramer, who's exec producing.
On the heels of winning an Oscar for his role in "Milk," Sean Penn has joined a push to get the state of California to officially recognize Harvey Milk's birthday on May 22.
South by Southwest has added Sam Raimi's "Drag Me to Hell" as a work in progress and Jonathan Demme's Neil Young performance film to its lineup.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" sewed up its fourth straight weekend victory at a moderate post-Oscar foreign box office with $13.4 million at 5,140 playdates in 61 markets.
Francis Boespflug is leaving his post as managing director of production and distribution for Warner Bros. France.
Fox Searchlight's "Slumdog Millionaire" enjoyed the biggest post-Oscar bounce since "Titanic" at the domestic box office, grossing an estimated $12.2 million as it boldly expanded to 2,943 runs in…
WGA West exec director David Young has issued a strong defense of the writers strike, and gone on record as supporting SAG's demand that its next contract end in 2011, not 2012.
Marketing exec Shawna L. Brakefield has launched the Brakefield Co. as an independent production and marketing shingle.
The outlook on Hollywood's labor front is getting murkier.
The SAG stalemate is here to stay for at least a few more weeks, as it's unlikely that either side is going to budge on the issue of when the feature-primetime contract expires.
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