Screenwriter Rand Ravich and New Line Cinema exec Bill Witten’s names were misspelled in Wednesday’s story about “The Astronaut’s Wife” being set up at New Line. * * * “Brooklyn South,” which CBS has…
Michael Douglas has jumped aboard Paramount Pictures' "The General's Daughter" for studio-based production company Neufeld/Rehme.
Getting double mileage out of his alien, sci-fi pitch, screenwriter Walt Becker has set up "Link" at Live Entertainment for Wesley Snipes' Amen Ra Films and Parkwood Pictures to produce.
DreamWorks and Sony are negotiating to acquire rights to Jean-Dominique Bauby's bestselling autobiography "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" for Scott Hicks to direct and Ron Bass to adapt.
In an effort to ensure the survival of films produced during the golden years of Italian cinema, the country's deputy prime minister Walter Veltroni has launched an adopt-a-film initiative…
Mel Gibson and Palme d'Or-winning director Chen Kaige ("Farewell, My Concubine") have met about a possible collaboration on "A Tale of Two Cities."
As many as 1,000 people are expected to attend "Words Into Pictures," billed as the first-of-its-kind industry event focusing on screenwriters. The three-day forum, beginning today, is held by the…
"Men in Black" director Barry Sonnenfeld and former Columbia Pictures president Barry Josephson are homing in on where they will set up shop.
Miko Hughes, the 11-year-old thesp from "Zeus and Roxanne," has inked to star with Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin in "Simon" for Imagine Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
Ann Daly, who helped shepherd Walt Disney Home Video to industry prominence, has been named head of DreamWorks' feature animation division.