The untitled project comes from the newly formed TV division of Alcon Entertainment.
Veteran exec Grey Rembert has joined the newly reorganized Kennedy/Marshall Company as prexy of production.
Lucasfilm's decision to anoint Kathleen Kennedy to succeed George Lucas as the company's topper is likely to mean more Lucasfilm movies -- perhaps even more "Star Wars" pictures.
After going two years without a greenlight while at Sony Pictures, producers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall are in negotiations to move their Kennedy/Marshall banner to DreamWorks, which has…
In the event of a class-five hurricane, it would be a good thing to have Kathleen Kennedy producing your movie -- so Steven Spielberg learned while making his dinosaur blockbuster "Jurassic Park."
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