After the success of "Project Imagin8tion," Canon has partnered with Ron Howard for a second year of the brand campaign with "Long Live Imagination."
Multihyphenate Dwight Yoakam has inked with Paradigm in all areas.
Jonah Hill is in negotiations to co-star with Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Wolf of Wall Street," which Martin Scorsese will direct.
Tango Pictures has acquired the remake rights to Brazilian hit "Dois coelhos" (Two Rabbits).
After taking his time in finding a follow up to "Animal Kingdom," helmer David Michod has settled on "Rover," with Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce currently in negotiations to star.
Noah Wyle has joined the cast of drag-racing biopic "Snake & Mongoose" to play the toy-company executive who created the sport's first commercial tie-in.
One of the hot specs of 2011 is getting a jolt as Timur Bekmambetov's Bazelevs banner has acquired "The Current War" as a directing vehicle for Bekmambetov.
Technology investor Silver Lake has taken a big bite out of Hollywood, buying a 31% non-controlling stake in WME.
Jon Favreau is going back in front of the camera again, as the multihyphenate has joined the cast of the Universal comedy "Identity Thief."
Paramount Pictures has signed "Transformers" producer Ian Bryce to a first-look deal.
Universal is looking to rev up its monster-movie biz, signing Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, the writing duo behind Paramount's "Transformers" and "Star Trek" franchises, to a two-year production…