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Ed Burns has inked a deal with Apple to bypass a theatrical release for his comedy drama "Purple Violets" and release the pic on iTunes.
John Travolta is boarding "The Taking of Pelham 123," negotiating to join Denzel Washington in the Tony Scott-directed remake at Columbia.
The 19th annual Palm Springs Film Festival will honor Sean Penn with its director nod for his latest film, "Into the Wild."
Jim Field Smith has been tapped to direct the romantic comedy "She's Out of My League" for DreamWorks, with Jay Baruchel attached to star.
Fox's "24" heads to Washington, D.C., today for the show's first-ever shoot outside California.
Fox orders full season of Kelsey Grammer/Patricia Heaton news comedy "Back to You": Pickup at 11.
After Dark Films and Lionsgate have acquired "Mulberry Street," a horror pic that screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Nintendo's "Wii Sports" took the lion's share of the kudos at BAFTA's Video Games Awards on Tuesday.
Warners has snagged "Murray at Large," a comedy pitch by Todd Phillips and Jeremy Garelick, for Phillips to produce and direct.