Sony's rounding out the cast of its upcoming "Spider-Man" project and is in talks with Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, Annie Parisse and Julianne Nicholson.
Warner Bros. has promoted veteran exec Amit Desai to a newly created post as senior VP of franchise management for DC Entertainment.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped half a dozen title as nominees for its documentary award.
French thesp Virginie Ledoyen will star opposite Shawn Andrews in indie drama "The Last Beat," produced by Bohemia Group.
Summit Entertainment has set a spring release date for Mel Gibson's "The Beaver," which has been in a holding pattern for several months.
The Producers Guild of America has joined the exodus of Hollywood guild awards fetes from the Century Plaza due to the hotel management's involvement in a labor dispute.
Facebook drama "The Social Network" has been friended in a major way by the National Board of Review.
With a key hurdle cleared for MGM's emergence from bankruptcy, Leo the Lion's aiming to become a major player again -- with Carl Icahn very much a part of its future.
Josh Brolin will produce, direct and star in an adaptation of the Dominique Cieri play "Pitz and Joe" for Warner Bros.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has cleared a board member of allegations that he's operating the Sagwatch.net website and violating union rules.
Warner Bros. has signed producer Roy Lee, best known for remaking Asian fare such as "The Departed," "The Grudge" and "The Ring," to a three-year first-look deal.