Sarah Jessica Parker has been cast as Gloria Steinem in "Lovelace," replacing Demi Moore in the role.
Universal is trying on "Prosthesis," setting up development of a sci-fi feature with The Gotham Group and 1stAveMachine producing and Arvind Palep directing.
Drafthouse Films will open "Bullhead," a nominee for the foreign-language Oscar, on Feb. 17 at eight theaters in Austin, Los Angeles and New York.
Merger possibility remains highest priority for guild president
Dicke Madchen's "Heavy Girls" has won a pair of Slamdance awards -- a Special Jury Award for Bold Originality and a Spirit of Slamdance Sparky Award.
Assemblyman Felipe Fuentes has pledged to introduce legislation that would extend California's film production incentive program -- probably for five years.
Warner Bros. has bought the pitch "Killshot" from scribe Ken Woodruff.
Slater Bros. Entertainment and Portofino Pictures are teaming to finance and produce sports comedy "The Million Dollar Man," with Scott Marshall on board to direct.
Former Hyde Park exec Mimi Steinbauer is launching international sales banner Radiant Films Intl., which will debut at next month's European Film Market in Berlin with a trio of titles for sale.
Guild trades anniversary celebration for renewed focus on biz
Members of Monty Python's Flying Circus are reteaming for "Absolutely Anything," a sci-fi farce combining CGI and live action, with Terry Jones to direct and Mike Medavoy to produce.