Greg Kinnear and Jane Curtin have been tapped to join the cast of the Weinstein Company comedy "I Don't Know How She Does It," appearing alongside Sarah Jessica Parker and Pierce Brosnan.
Tuner "White Noise" has set dates for a Chicago run, with Whoopi Goldberg attached as one of the producers.
Morningside Entertainment has optioned the film rights to comicbook "Sinbad: Rogue of Mars" from Bluewater Prods.
Red Crown Prods. has partnered with Vermont-based Choose-co to adapt its book series "Choose Your Own Adventure" for film and TV.
Gotham-based company Intl. Film Circuit has picked up U.S. and Canadian rights to "Into Eternity," Danish filmmaker Michael Madsen's feature doc about nuclear waste disposal.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up U.S. rights to "There Be Dragons," Roland Joffe's film about a journo looking into the link between his father and the founder of Opus Dei.
Canuck Oscar submission "Incendies" and Romanian pic "Outbound" are among the films on the lineup for Gotham's New Directors/New Films Film Festival this spring.
Stephanie J. Block ("9 to 5"), Karen Olivo ("West Side Story") and Daniel Breaker ("Shrek the Musical") have joined the cast of "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark," the latest play by Lynn Nottage.
New plays by Charles Busch and Kate Fodor are among the offerings lined up for the 2011-12 season at Off Broadway's Primary Stages.
"Wicked" reclaimed its top spot on the Broadway Top 10 last week, in a frame that saw sales at most individual productions continue to drop in the traditional January slowdown.
Sundance Selects has picked up North American rights to "Tabloid," the Errol Morris doc that bowed at the 2010 Toronto Intl. Film Festival.