Columbia Pictures last week announced its summer 2003 schedule, which is topped by the newly dubbed "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle."
Elizabeth Banks has nabbed the only femme role in "Seabiscuit," which stars Tobey Maguire, Jeff Bridges and Chris Cooper.
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Tom Cruise showed his majority appeal for "Minority Report" over the weekend with openings that led in Germany, France and Spain.
Mark Mower's Moshag Prods. and Kathleen Haase's Base-12 Prods. have optioned John Culton's script "Fremantle."
New Line Cinema has seized scribes David Jung and Steve Dandois' pitch "Solomon Kane," based on a character from Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard.
Despite the drastic drop in local film and television production this year, a record number of filmmakers and wannabes jammed into the four-day annual Trade Forum here which wrapped Sept. 28.
Jay Russell is developing and is in negotiations to direct "Ladder 49" for Disney. Pic, penned by Lewis Colick, is being produced by Casey Silver, who is also teaming with Disney on "Hidalgo."
Suitors are lining up once more for Artisan Entertainment -- and among them is former USA Films exec Scott Greenstein.
Anyone who thought they knew the Gallic film biz is in for a surprise as a succession of purges takes its toll.