Remstar Films has acquired Canadian rights for Joshua Micheal Stern's "Jobs," the biopic starring Ashton Kutcher.
Production in Los Angeles has remained active, thanks to a bounce in TV shoots in dramas, reality and sitcoms.
SAG-AFTRA and the ad industry have a Valentine's Day date.
Brittany Murphy's last film, "Something Wicked," has completed post production and is up for sale to distributors, three years after her death.
"Homeland" star David Harewood is in talks to play Paul Robeson in the indie biopic "Robeson" from Four Stars Intl.
The Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to "The Last Time I Saw Macao" for a theatrical release next year followed by a DVD/VOD rollout.
Marcia Gay Harden has signed on to Michael Radford's "Elsa & Fred" opposite Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer.
The Ellison siblings are heading toward a fifth "Terminator" movie.
Guillermo del Toro has come on board to direct supernatural thriller "Crimson Peak" from his own script for Legendary Pictures.
Cory Hardrict, Scott Eastwood and Malcolm McDowell are starring in indie comedy "Boulevard H," which has started shooting in New Orleans.
Tom Sizemore has been tapped to topline Jac Mulder's "Three Pegs," a coming-of-age political comedy that's started shooting in Cape Town, South Africa.
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