Hollywood's newest star premieres tonight: the Grove, a $160 million retail and entertainment complex adjacent to historic Farmers Market and CBS Television City.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
The Walt Disney Co. has snatched up an untitled pitch from scribe David Collard ("Out of Time").
Michael Fleming: Dish
Pacific Theaters will charge $14 for tickets at its all-reservation ArcLight multiplex adjacent to Hollywood's historic Cinerama Dome -- a price exceeding even the costliest tickets at the recently…
Walden Media has optioned "Manhunt: the Twelve Day Chase for Lincoln's Killers," historian James L. Swanson's account of the search for the assassins of Abraham Lincoln.
Albert Brooks is poised to join Michael Douglas and director Andy Fleming in "Till Death Do Us Part," an update of 1979 comedy "The In-Laws."
Artisan Entertainment has inked a deal with Yahoo! to use the Internet portal giant's Web sites to promote its spring college comedy "National Lampoon's Van Wilder." Deal is expected to eventually…
An ice-cool yuppie killer and a foul-mouthed, loose-cannon cop go the full 15 rounds of psychological mano a mano in "Public Enemy," a carefully calibrated mix of character comedy and drama that…
New Line Cinema has acquired the high school comedy spec "Hal Buckley" from first-time writers Chris Papierniak & Deena Berezin and Immortal Films.
Sony label Screen Gems has acquired the thriller spec "Streaming Evil" and plans to put the project into production this summer.