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Craig Sweeny and Robert Doherty have sealed separate overall deals with CBS TV Studios.
DreamWorks has set "Smallville" alums Al Gough and Miles Millar to pen "I Am Number Four," the screen adaptation of the James Frey and Jobie Hughes novel.
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Universal Pictures has reupped "Wanted" producer Marc Platt for five years, keeping Marc Platt Prods. on the lot through late 2012.
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David Dobkin will direct Disney-based Spyglass Entertainment's "Shanghai Knights," the sequel to Spyglass' box office hit "Shanghai Noon."
Spyglass Entertainment has closed deals with thesps Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson to star in the sequel to their hit "Shanghai Noon," "Shanghai Knights."
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