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Jerry Bruckheimer is back in business with the WB in a big way.
The music biz converged on Miami for the MTV Video Music Awards, turning South Beach into one giant, gridlocked party zone for several days leading up to the Sunday night kudofest.
German animation group TV-Loonland blamed a lack of investments from TV broadcasters for its drop in revenue and half-year net loss of E2.2 million ($2.6 million), down from a profit of $510,000 last…
Revolution Studios has been bitten by the election bug, picking up the pitch "Class Act," by Neal Shusterman and Eric Elfman. Underground Films is in final negotiations to produce.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are attached to star in "Outsourced," a comedy pitch by tyro scribe Timothy Dowling for Columbia Pictures. Mosaic Media Group and Eric Gold are producing.
Paramount is taking a trip to "Area 51," acquiring worldwide film rights to Midway Games' upcoming videogame.
Weighing in on a federal lawsuit, WGA West presidential candidate Eric Hughes has strongly disputed Writers Guild claims on the awarding of screenwriter credits.
God's Hollywood hot streak continues with word that producers Paul Jay Shrater and Scott Goldman are teaming up to develop projects based on the novels of bestselling author Father Andrew Greeley.
After teaming with Warner Bros. on the upcoming revitalization of its "Batman" franchise, David Goyer has inked a one-year first-look writing, producing and directing deal with the studio.