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The teen-skewing network is developing a period drama set in New York based on the 2006 film.
The writing teams behind "Children of Men" and other four movies have been chosen as the finalists for this year's USC Libraries Scripter Award.
Justin Timberlake is considering quitting the music business.
Warner Bros.' mob saga "The Departed" emerged with full force to gather $23 million and take the first rank of weekend box office ended Sunday, October 8, 2006.
Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" has come out as the top holder of weekend international box office based on studio estimates.
"Doom" director Andrzej Bartkowiak is in talks to direct Emmett/Furla's thriller feature "Black and Blue"
Greg Coolidge has been tapped to direct "Coxblocker" for Paramount Pictures.
Sony Pictures Animation's "Open Season" takes down the first place of the weekend box office ended Sunday, October 1 after successully drawing in $23 million.
"Jackass: Number Two" scores big with $28.1 to open at no.1 on weekend box office of September 22-24, 2006
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has returned to the top position of the international box office.
Lionsgate has picked up the distribution rights to James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma."
Columbia Pictures' "Gridiron Gang" has made its way to secure the top spot of weekend U.S box-office with $15 million, according to studio estimates.