Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have retitled Kristen Wiig's "Imogene" as "Girl Most Likely" and set a July 19 domestic opening for the comedy.
Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights for George Griffith's "From the Head," starring Matthew Lillard.
Paramount and DreamWorks Studios have signed on as sponsors of the PGA's two-year-old Green Production Guide, joining Disney, Fox, Universal, Sony and Warner Bros.
The Screen Actors Guild Producers Pension and Health plan has been sued for a second time by a former exec for defamation and invasion of privacy.
Slamdance has set its special screenings program along with the launch of its Slam Collective collaboration program.
Cohen Media Group has continued to ramp up operations, hiring distribution veteran William R. Thompson as senior VP of theatrical sales.
Open Road Films has set a Jan. 24, 2014, release date for "Ten," the action thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Zac Efron and Marcia Gay Harden have joined the cast of "Parkland," the indie drama about the assassination of John F. Kennedy that will mark the directorial debut of scribe Peter Landesman.
Rick and Julie Yorn's LBI Entertainment have brought "The Birthday Party" back to life, optioning feature rights to Stanley Alpert's non-fiction tome through their LBI Entertainment banner.
Angelina Jolie is in negotiations to direct "Unbroken," the Lou Zamperini story, for Universal and Walden Media.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the Pac-12 Network have resolved their dispute over broadcast technicians and IATSE has called off its strike against the network.
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