Fox Atomic has acquired the comedy pitch "Harvey and Marky: A True Story of Friendship and Betrayal," by Jarrad Paul and Andy Mogel.
IFP has tapped John Sayles' "Honeydripper" as opening-night film for its annual Independent Film Week.
NBC is getting a dose of religion, pacting with scribe Adam Gibgot for an hourlong drama described as "Heroes" meets "Touched by an Angel."
CBS is adding some "Power" to its midseason bench. Eye has greenlit another cycle of "Power of 10," the Michael Davies-produced quizzer that has blossomed into a summer success story for the net.
Regent Releasing is teaming with veteran indie producer Mary Aloe to handle acquisitions in order to diversify its distribution slate through its $50 million P&A fund.
A packed weekend at the Toronto Film Festival brought a handful of deals, some breakout preems and a parade of top-tier stars in full junket mode.
Almost any day's headlines relate to "Fidelio": the solitary prisoner sealed away with his knowledge of the Truth, the masses of prisoners denied access to sunlight by the caprice of a single corrupt…
United Talent Agency is beefing up its branded entertainment efforts, partnering with marketing exec Jarrod Moses to launch United Entertainment Group.
Profoundly confusing "In Bloom" arrives at some very tenuous moral conclusions that might alienate much of its supposed target audience.
Burr Steers ("Igby Goes Down") has been tapped to direct New Line's high school comedy "17," starring Zac Efron.