The Screen Actors Guild has announced that all 10 candidates in the invalidated national elections for three offices have agreed to run again.
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In a memorable frame last weekend, “Harry Potter” edged past “Jurassic Park” to rank as the second-biggest earner of all time overseas, while “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings” wowed Italy and Taiwan and “Black Hawk Down” began its campaign with terrific velocity in the U.K. and Southeast Asia.
Studios USA Domestic TV has given senior VP stripes to sales execs Bill Trotter, Michael Howard, Cameron Hutton and J.R. McCabe Jr.
Studios USA Domestic TV has renewed its frosh psychic strip “Crossing Over With John Edward” for a second season and upped its original episode order for each season by six weeks.
DreamWorks Pictures has acquired the pitch “Breakups Are Their Business,” based on Los Angeles Times staff writer Mark Magnier’s recent article of the same name.
With “Jeepers Creepers” scaring up $50 million so far in worldwide box office and rolling out strongly in vidstores last week, United Artists and American Zoetrope will announce today that writer-director Victor Salva returns to helm and write “Like a Bat Out of Hell: Jeepers Creepers 2.” Producer Tom Luse also will reprise his job.
“Gosford Park” screenwriter Julian Fellowes has made a deal to rewrite Universal film “Pure Dead Magic,” just as his “Eustace Diamonds” has landed him a teaming with “Bridget Jones’s Diary” director Sharon Maguire.
Prominent Los Angeles disc jockey Liza Richardson will take a spin as head of newly created music-supervision and research division for Stimmung, a Santa Monica creative shop specializing in music for commercials.
“Biloxi Blues,” Neil Simon’s 1985 Tony winner, realistically and comically showcases what soldiers have known for years: Basic training is more of a shock to recruits than their later army experiences because new soldiers are completely unprepared for the unrelenting discipline and harassment.
“Ordinary Sinner” left Park City with two awards, picking up best picture and director nods at the 5th annual Slamdunk Film Fest.