Colin Vaines has ankled as the London-based exec VP of European production for the Weinstein Co. to move to Los Angeles as co-president of production for Graham King's GK Films.
Jason Bateman has been set to join Brad Pitt and Edward Norton in "State of Play," the Kevin Macdonald-directed adaptation of the British miniseries for Universal Pictures and Working Title.
Magnolia's fledgling genre label Magnet will release action pics "Kiltro" and "Mirageman" in 2008 and will co-produce a third untitled film currently in development.
"Sex and the City" scribe Cindy Chupack has partnered with producer JoAnn Alfano to create a new anthology series for NBC.
Asian film and TV distributor Tai Seng Entertainment has licensed two of Sony Pictures Television Intl.'s most popular Taiwanese gameshows for IPTV broadcast in North America.
Samuel L. Jackson and Bernie Mac will star as estranged soul-singing legends on a reunion tour in "Soul Men," a Dimension Films comedy that will begin production Jan. 15.
"The Biggest Loser" continues to serve up winning numbers for NBC, which has just greenlit a fifth cycle of the reality skein.
TBS, a brass-knuckles competitor to TV stations for sitcom rights, has just gotten stronger, signing a deal with Twentieth TV for an exclusive window to "My Name Is Earl" 18 months before it becomes…
With studio accounting practices in the spotlight during contract negotiations, a ruling last week by a federal judge could become grist for the Hollywood guilds.
The 2007 Diversity Awards will take place on Nov. 18 at the Globe Theater, marking the event's 15th anniversary.
FarCor studios has secured the rights to adapt the book "An Uncommon Friendship" into a feature film.