HBO Films has decided to give the bigscreen treatment to the late Sam Kinison.
Film Movement has caught "Bad Day to Go Fishing," obtaining North American distribution to Uruguay's official selection for the Academy Awards.
The Directors Guild of America has launched negotiations on a new master contract -- and expectations are that a deal will emerge that will include sweetened pension and health contributions.
In spite of the ongoing criticism by Carl Icahn, Lionsgate's domestic box office is nearing the half-billion-dollar mark, making 2010 the minimajor's strongest box office year by far.
Monterey Media has acquired U.S. disctribution rights to indie drama "Looking for Palladin" from Pine Hill Prods. and Tousi Prods.
Gerard Butler is in talks to topline Relativity Media's sci-fi adventure "Afterburn," set up with Neal Moritz's Original Films and Tobey Maguire's Maguire Entertainment.
French director Pierre Morel is in talks to direct Warner Bros.' alien invasion actioner "Earth Defense Force," set up with Sam Raimi and Bill Block's QED International.
Mike White has signed on to direct Lionsgate's "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," based on the offbeat novel by Seth Grahame-Smith.
About 100 protestors picketed the set of NBC's "The Biggest Loser" due to producers using non-union crew to shoot the reality show.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Scott Rudin to receive its David O. Selznick Achievement Award.