Paramount is taking a trip to "Area 51," acquiring worldwide film rights to Midway Games' upcoming videogame.
Revolution Studios has been bitten by the election bug, picking up the pitch "Class Act," by Neal Shusterman and Eric Elfman. Underground Films is in final negotiations to produce.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are attached to star in "Outsourced," a comedy pitch by tyro scribe Timothy Dowling for Columbia Pictures. Mosaic Media Group and Eric Gold are producing.
After teaming with Warner Bros. on the upcoming revitalization of its "Batman" franchise, David Goyer has inked a one-year first-look writing, producing and directing deal with the studio.
The Screener Wars have started again -- and though things may be less bloody, they still promise to be confusing.
Torrid passions sweeping across glamorous locales amid turbulent times make "Head in the Clouds" -- wherein Charlize Theron morphs from flapper enchantress to WWII spy -- an old-fashioned…
Ascendant Pictures has picked up the spec "Grounded" from tyro scribe Paul Davidson.
Buena Vista, Fox, New Line and "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" were the big DVD winners once again Monday at the seventh annual DVD Awards.
Warren Zide's equity-backed financing and production shingle Matinee Pictures will not be landing at Sony, after all.
Dakota Fanning is going to war with Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg in Paramount/DreamWorks' "War of the Worlds."