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Tony Scott has boarded the Fox thriller "Unstoppable," intending to make it the next film he directs.
Amid a tightening economy and slowing DVD sales, Lionsgate is cutting 8% of its staff, trimming the number of job slots by 45 to about 500.
Veteran British talk show host David Frost was given a lifetime achievement award March 27 at the annual Broadcasting Press Guild (BPG) awards.
Sony has boarded Ricky Gervais' "The Men at the Pru." Pic will be the second U.K. production to come out of the Sony Intl. Motion Picture Production Group, run by Deborah Schindler.
Queen Latifah will star in the romantic comedy "Just Wright" for Fox Searchlight.
Graham King's GK Films and William Monahan are setting sail on "The Essex," an historical drama about Capt. David S. Porter and his daring sea battles against the British during the War of 1812.
Jerry Bruckheimer has elevated Michael Singer to the post of vice president of marketing and publicity for Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Television.
Amber Tamblyn is in final negotiations to play the lead character in Horton Foote's ensemble drama "Main Street" for Reliant Pictures.
China Film Group Corp. and Lianzhong Circuit have chosen Dolby Digital Cinema and Dolby 3D for deployment in the Chains' locations throghout China.