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Warners, DreamWorks stake flag on 'Island'

8 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Warner Bros. Pictures is buying a stake in The Island. The studio has closed a 50-50 co-production deal with DreamWorks for the project, which will star Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson for director Michael Bay. DreamWorks had been looking for a studio partner on the project, and sources said it came down to Warners and Paramount Pictures, with Warners winning out. DreamWorks had been on a streak of co-productions with Paramount, partnering on such recent projects as Collateral, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Paycheck and War of the Worlds. But DreamWorks has been in the co-production biz with Warners before on The Time Machine and A.I. Artificial Intelligence. The deal with Warners for The Island will see DreamWorks handle domestic distribution and Warners handle international, with both studios coughing up half of the budget, which sources estimate to be somewhere in the $100 million range. The Marc Haimes-shepherded project is due to head in front of cameras this month. Island centers on a "harvested being" who suddenly becomes self-aware and tries to escape the utopian facility where he and others are being kept. Caspian Tredwell-Owen penned the original version, with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci turning in a draft for producers Walter Parkes, Laurie MacDonald and Ian Bryce. »

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The Vine: ILM enlisting for Spielberg's 'War'

13 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds, which just got an accelerated green light from Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks, is likely to reteam the director with VFX whiz Dennis Muren and Industrial Light + Magic. Producer Kathleen Kennedy is already beginning negotiations with the Northern California effects house, and Muren is likely to oversee the job, with Paramount exec Mark Bakshi supervising for the studio. As it happens, Muren was in Los Angeles this week taking meetings while also attending Siggraph, the annual computer graphics confab. The shot count for "War" has yet to be determined, but it is not expected to be as large as some recent summer films. Minority Report, overseen by ILM's Scott Farrar (while Muren worked on The Hulk), contained about 400 shots, while Artificial Intelligence: AI, on which Spielberg and Muren last collaborated, had close to 300 shots. If ILM does land the job, the timing would be fortuitous: The facility has nearly completed work on Paramount's Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events and is looking at boards for shows with late-winter/early-spring starts. »

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Robards set for dual duty on NBC, CBS

13 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sam Robards is set for recurring roles in two series for the upcoming television season. The actor will return as Greg Brock on the NBC drama The West Wing. He also will play Mare Winningham's love interest on the new CBS drama Clubhouse, from Spelling Television and Mel Gibson's Icon Prods. Best known for his starring role as the father in Steven Spielberg's Artificial Intelligence: AI, Robards also appeared in American Beauty, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle and Casualties of War. He also will appear in the upcoming comedy Surviving Eden. Robards is represented by Parseghian-Planco/Untitled Entertainment and ICM. »

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Law man of the year for ShoWest

18 February 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Academy Award nominee Jude Law has been named ShoWest 2004 Male Star of the Year, ShoWest co-managing director Mitch Neuhauser said Tuesday. "He literally transformed before our eyes from a young and happy man in love to a ghost of his former self, ravaged by war," Neuhauser said of Law's performance in Cold Mountain. Nominated for his role in Cold Mountain, Law also has starred in The Talented Mr. Ripley, A.I. Artificial Intelligence and Road to Perdition. He next can be seen in Paramount Pictures' Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, opposite Gwyneth Paltrow; Fox Searchlight's I Heart Huckabees, co-starring Naomi Watts and Mark Wahlberg; and Paramount's remake of Alfie. The 2004 edition of ShoWest will be held March 22-25 at Bally's and Paris hotels in Las Vegas. »

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