• Joe and Anthony Russo will direct Owen Wilson in Me, You and Dupree, about a houseguest who won't leave a pair of newlyweds alone. The Russo's a Emmy winners for their work on Arrested Development.
  • Traveling Pants producer Debra Martin Chase predicts her film's opening weekend demographics: "I don't imagine any guy will of free will say, 'I'm checking out the "Sisterhood" on Saturday night,' but they will go as boyfriends, husbands, fathers and brothers, and some will give in to the messages and relate."
  • Sales of the Shrek 2 DVD fell below expectations, and now Dreamworks investors are suing Jeffrey Katzenberg for not predicting and informing them of the subsequent devaluation of their stock.
  • New Line is going forward with a "moder take" on the 1983 "classic", Mr. Mom, which starred Michael Keaton as a father who stays home with his kids when his wife returns to her career, to supposedly hilarious results.
  • After a bad 2004, American productions are once again flocking to British Columbia. They are now or will soon be playing home to nineteen features, seven drama series, two movies of the week, two animation series, a TV pilot.
  • Former WGA agent Michelle Bohan has just been named a partner at Endeavor; she'll famous clients such as Willen DaFoe, She has also brought her longtime clients Kevin BaconKevin Bacon, Willem Dafoe, Eva Green, Salma Hayek, Ashley Judd, Alfred Molina, and Chris O'Donnell with her in the move.