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Uma Thurman and Almorah Services, which acquired Brit shingle HandMade, have settled the pending litigation over pic "Eloise in Paris," and the star will continue to go ahead with the project.
Here comes a new generation -- and some seasoned players -- advancing to higher-profile projects.
Uma Thurman will topline indie drama "Girl Soldier" for Caspian Pictures, portraying a cleric who helped rescue 140 schoolgirls abducted in Uganda.
Twentieth Century Fox has set Keanu Reeves to star in "The Day the Earth Stood Still," its re-imagining of the 1951 Robert Wise-directed sci-fi classic.
Mel Brooks' boffo tuner-turned-pic "The Producers," which two weeks ago lost Nicole Kidman as a topliner, is in talks with Uma Thurman to replace her.
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