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'Christmases' for Columbia, Spyglass

10 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Spyglass Entertainment and Columbia Pictures' freshly inked first-look pact is off to a running start with a deal to partner on the project Four Christmases. The companies are negotiating with Adam Shankman to helm and are angling toward an early 2004 start. Spyglass will finance the family comedy, with Columbia handling distribution. Howard Gould is doing a rewrite on Caleb Wilson and Matt Allen's original script, which sold to Spyglass in June for mid-six against seven figures. Christmases centers on a young married couple from two divorced families; on Christmas Day, they must hit all four holiday celebrations. It's described as Meet the Parents meets Flirting With Disaster and Home for the Holidays. »

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Spyglass Ent. to celebrate 'Christmases'

4 June 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

It's Christmas in June at Spyglass Entertainment. Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum's production and financing outfit has wrapped up Caleb Wilson and Matt Allen's spec script Four Christmases in a deal worth mid-six against seven figures, sources said. The pre-emptive purchase by Spyglass ended a competitive dash for the family comedy spec from several major studios that had expressed interest. Christmases centers on a young married couple from two divorced families; on Christmas Day, they must hit all four holiday celebrations. It's described as Meet the Parents meets Flirting With Disaster and Home for the Holidays. Barber and Birnbaum will produce along with the company's president of production Jonathan Glickman. Spyglass senior vp production Derek Evans brought the script in and will co-produce. »

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Rudin on case for Russell film

6 March 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Producer Scott Rudin has come aboard writer-director David O. Russell's next project, with Miramax Films and Warner Bros. Pictures in negotiations to co-produce the untitled feature, sources said. However, a Warner Bros. spokesperson said the studio has made no commitment to the project, while Miramax and Russell's reps at Endeavor declined comment. A Warners-Miramax co-production would make sense, considering Russell's involvement with both studios in the past: Warners distributed his most recent feature, Three Kings, while Miramax was behind his 1996 effort Flirting With Disaster. The untitled project, which has gone by the name of The Existential Detective, would be Russell's follow-up to 1999's Kings, and sources indicated Wednesday that a cast is being assembled that could include Kings star Mark Wahlberg, along with Catherine Deneuve, Dustin Hoffman, Jason Schwartzman and Lily Tomlin. »

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