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Cedric the Entertainer helms ‘Pulaski’

Cedric the Entertainer is set to make his directorial debut with the indie comedy "Chicago Pulaski Jones."

Goldwyn brings ‘Paris’ to U.S.

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired the U.S. rights to Cedric Klapisch's "Paris," starring Juliette Binoche.

Cagey Par on way to ‘Zoo’

Paramount Pictures has preemptively picked up the rights to "Monster Zoo," an upcoming graphic novel from Doug TenNapel, for a live-action adaptation that will be produced by Sam Raimi and Josh Donen via their Buckaroo Entertainment banner and Gotham Group's Ellen Goldsmith-Vein.

Cedric takes helm of ‘Jones’

Cedric the Entertainer is set to make his directorial debut with the indie comedy "Chicago Pulaski Jones."

A ‘Days’ work for Soldini, Movement

Film Movement has acquired the North American rights to the Italian family drama "Days and Clouds," directed by Silvio Soldini.

‘Gone’ guys sharpen up for ‘Blade’

The makers of "Gone Baby Gone" are teaming again to bring another gritty crime novel to the big screen.

‘Capacity’ to open Gen Art

The 13th annual Gen Art Film Festival will kick off this year's event with the Matthew Broderick starrer "Diminished Capacity."

Affleck, Bailey in for ‘Blade’

The makers of "Gone Baby Gone" are teaming up again to bring another gritty crime novel to the big screen. Miramax has acquired the rights to Marcus Sakey's debut novel "The Blade Itself," which will be produced by Ben Affleck and Sean Bailey via his new shingle Idealogy.

Affleck, Bailey in for ‘Blade’

Miramax has acquired the rights to Marcus Sakey's debut novel "The Blade Itself," which will be produced by Ben Affleck, left, and Sean Bailey via his new shingle Idealogy. (Getty Images photo)

‘Capacity’ opens Gen Art fest

The 13th annual Gen Art Film Festival will kick off this year's event with the Matthew Broderick starrer "Diminished Capacity."

Six laid off as Kimmel shuts marketing unit

Sidney Kimmel Entertainment is axing its marketing department and laying off six full-time employees after cutting its annual slate of five to six films by about half.

Four have family ties to ‘Mafia’

Joe Mantegna, Eric Balfour and Armand Assante have been cast and James Van Der Beek is in negotiations to star in the indie feature "The Fifth Mafia."