David Kirkpatrick's indie shingle Original Voices has ponied up a mid-six- against low-seven-figure sum for "Every Seven Minutes," a sex comedy pitch from scribes Laurice Elehwany and Rick Copp ("The…
Combining the worst aspects of the Cassavetes school of blue-collar Gotham improv with a poorly developed narrative that's as careless as its characters, "Broke Even" has little chance of anteing up…
Acting as guest editor for the Modern Library, Scorsese has delved into his own library, selecting four out-of-print books that, while mainly focused on American film, highlight his wildly eclectic…
Fox 2000 is in final negotiations to grab "Public Displays of Affection," a romantic comedy from writers Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith ("Ten Things I Hate About You"). Pic is in turnaround at…
The possibility of changing the past and, with it, your own life lies at the heart of "Frequency," an oddly schizophrenic fantasy thriller that ultimately succumbs to a fatal case of sentimentality.
Despite the absence of kettle drums, a trademark Beach Boys instrument, Brian Wilson has found an exacting way to reproduce his fun 'n' sun classics and solo ditties with harmony and instrumental…
Paramount isn't exactly dubbing "Rules of Engagement" a 21st century "Titanic." But the pic held off four debuts and stood strong in a blah frame, which is more than many B.O. pundits expected.
Icon Entertainment Intl. is backing a feature documentary about Manchester United, the world's richest soccer club.
The Fox 2000 thriller "Phone Booth" has connected with director Joel Schumacher, who is in advanced talks to helm a film that has attracted the interest of some of Hollywood's biggest names.
Natasha Henstridge ("The Whole Nine Yards"), Angus MacFadyen ("Cradle Will Rock") and Peter Fonda will star in the thriller "Second Skin" for Alliance Atlantis' Le Monde Entertainment. Darrell Roodt…