Palisades Tartan has acquired distribution for "Some Days Are Better than Others," Matt McCormick's debut feature with musicians James Mercer from the Shins and Carrie Brownstein of Wild Flag.
Michael J. Critelli and Pierre Bagley have partnered to form producing-financing banner Gyre Entertainment, aiming to generate two to three films a year for the contemporary urban market.
With scant opposition, members of the Screen Actors Guild have ratified a new three-year contract covering basic cable live action programming.
Warner Bros. is looking to slim down New Line again.
Gabriele Muccino is in talks to direct supernatural romancer "Adaline" for Lakeshore Entertainment Group and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment.
Gen Art, the Gotham-based fashion and arts group which shut down last year, is returning under new ownership by Sandow Media.
The Writers Guild of America West has blasted Comcast over the conglom's opposition to the guild's efforts to unionize shows at Comcast Entertainment Group.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has issued an endorsement of efforts of public sector union members in Wisconsin and Ohio.
The Sean Daniel Company and Union Entertainment have partnered to acquire feature film rights to the video game "Dead Island" from publisher Deep Silver and Polish developer Techland.
A state court judge has given final approval to the settlement in Ken Osmond's class-action lawsuit over how the Screen Actors Guild's disburses money collected from foreign tax revenues.
Alan Ladd Jr. and Jay Kanter have settled their remaining litigation against Warner Bros. over the studio allegedly keeping them out of profits from movies sold in packages for TV.