• Senator Hillary Clinton will sweep through Hollywood tonight collecting donations for her reelection campaign. Warner Brothers COO Alan Horn is throwing a major fundraising dinner, to be followed by a "latenight" event hosted by, amongst others, Lindsay Lohan and Christina Aguilera.
  • Madagascar met expectations last weekend with its $61 million bow - so why did Dreamworks' stock drop 9% on Monday?
  • Meanwhile, TiVo is doing a lot better than analysts had predicted - with a net loss of only $900,000 last quarter, its stock is up 15%.
  • The Farrelly Brothers are on the verge of signing on to direct the remake of The Heartbreak Kid. Though Jason Bateman and Amy Poehler were initially set to star, apparently the project is likely to be "packaged anew."
  • Paramount has bought a pitch from screenwriter David Twohy, which they plan to turn into a sequel to the remake of The Italian Job, called The Brazillian Job.
  • The Indian entertainment industry plans to "crack down" on depictions of smoking on-screen, after reports that tobacco use is up amongst women and teens.