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The creators of "Grand Theft Auto" are sticking with publisher Take-Two in an unprecedented deal that includes a cut of the profits and full ownership of future games.
DreamWorks' lofty ambitions have been put on hold by the financial crunch.
United Artists has teamed with StudioCanal to turn Fritz Leiber's 1952 novel "Conjure Wife" into a feature film. Billy Ray has been set to write the script and direct.
Helmer Joel Hopkins' pic "Last Chance Harvey" will open the 20th annual Palm Springs Film Festival Jan. 8 at Palm Springs High School.
Amid a flurry of recent pilot pickups, Granada America has announced the promotion of four execs in its development department.
Filling the void left by last week's departure of longtime HBO exec Harold Akselrad, 27-year company vet Tom Woodbury has been upped to general counsel and exec VP at the premium cabler.
At least a year before its official bow, the Oprah Winfrey Network has nearly completed assembling an executive team with its announcement of Liz Dolan as chief marketing officer.
Aretha Franklin will perform at Barack Obama's presidential swearing-in ceremony on the steps of the Capitol on Jan. 20.
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