- Warner Brothers has sold the rights to videogame The Matrix Online to Sony. The title, the first foray for Warner Brother Interactive Entertainment, has been a huge disapointment for WB, and everyone involved in the deal hopes that Sony can use their established game marketing know-how to better market the venture.
- Donald DeLine will produce a CGI version of Kathryn Lasky's Guardians of Ga'Hoole for Warner Brothers. The seven books in the Guardians series depict "a parallel universe featuring a cast of owls and magic transformations."
- Ingenious Film Partners, a new British financing firm, will throw money at a slate of new pics, including X-Men 3, The Decameron, and Woody Allen's still-untitled new British project.
- "For most part, The Perfect Man is too bland to merit anything more censorious than a stifled yawn." Joe Leydon predicts that the Hilary Duff find-a-dad com will go to video quick.