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Crossroads stays course at UA

9 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

United Artists has renewed its first-look deal with Crossroads Films. The New York-based company, whose recent credits include Igby Goes Down and Love Song for Bobby Long, first pacted with the studio in 2001. Tapping into the New York talent pool, Crossroads is working with Jim Taylor, who penned Election and About Schmidt. Taylor is on board to write a feature adaptation of the Emmy-nominated documentary Tupperware! The company also has hired David Gordon Green (All the Real Girls) to adapt Stewart O'Nan's novel Snow Angels, while Eric Eason (Manito) is set to direct The Little Thief, which is based on French helmer Erick Zonca's telefilm Le Petit Voleur. »

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'Shopgirl' Danes signs with ICM

3 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Claire Danes has signed with ICM for representation. The move comes at a busy time as Danes is prepping for the release of two films: Richard Eyre's Stage Beauty, opposite Billy Crudup, and Anand Tucker's Shopgirl, opposite Steve Martin and based on a novel and screenplay from Martin about a department store salesgirl. Beauty will be released Oct. 8 by Lions Gate Films, while the Hyde Park Entertainment-produced Shopgirl is due to be rolled out next year via Buena Vista Pictures. Danes, previously repped by UTA, most recently starred opposite Nick Stahl and Arnold Schwarzenegger in T3: Rise of the Machines. Her other notable screen credits include The Hours and Igby Goes Down. She broke out on the short-lived but critically acclaimed television series My So-Called Life. She continues to be repped by manager Michael Aglion and attorney Cliff Gilbert-Lurie. »

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Harris, Harron focus on 'Page'

20 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Jared Harris is reteaming with I Shot Andy Warhol director Mary Harron for Killer Films and HBO's The Ballad of Bettie Page. Harris, who next appears in Resident Evil 2, will play photographer John Willie, who photographed Page, a real-life pinup superstar, in the 1950s. Page (Gretchen Mol) was the subject of a Senate investigation into pornography because of the kinky overtones of her photographs. Harron co-wrote the script with Guinevere Turner. Harris' credits include Igby Goes Down, Sylvia and Mr. Deeds. He is repped by Paradigm and Artists Independent. »

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Roadside falls in 'Love' with Muccino film

13 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NEW YORK -- Howard Cohen and Eric d'Arbeloff's indie film banner, Roadside Attractions, has acquired North American rights to Italian helmer Gabriele Muccino's Remember Me, My Love, a family drama toplining Monica Bellucci. The burgeoning Roadside has been active since its October launch, having previously grabbed rights to the Sundance standout Super Size Me and Israeli import Walk on Water, both with Samuel Goldwyn Films. Love, a bittersweet tale about the lives and loves of a modern Italian family whose individual aspirations threaten to pull them apart, screened at the Toronto and Sundance festivals last year and racked up more than $12 million in its homeland release. Said d'Arbeloff: "We were big fans of Gabriele's last film, The Last Kiss, and are very excited to release ('Love'). It's gorgeous, sexy, modern and very Italian." Roadside is a partner in the IDP distribution label, and Love is slated to hit theaters in the summer. A former UTA vet, Cohen was involved in the packaging and selling of more than 50 films, including Girl With a Pearl Earring, Igby Goes Down and The Banger Sisters. D'Arbeloff's producing credits include Lovely & Amazing. The Love deal was brokered for Roadside by Cohen and attorney Ben Feldman of Epstein, Levinsohn, Bodine, Hurwitz and Weinstein. The film was repped by sales agent the Works. »

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Steers starts 'War' for Simonds/Fox

2 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Following Igby Goes Down and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Burr Steers means war. The multihyphenate has been tapped to rewrite and develop This Means War, the long-gestating action-adventure comedy for the Robert Simonds Co./Fox. Fox first acquired the Marcus Gautesen spec in 1998 when the Firm's Jeff Kwatinez and Michael Green were due to produce with client Martin Lawrence set to star. The pitch revolved around two best friends who both fall in love with the same woman and then wreak havoc on Manhattan. Over the years, War has had myriad writers attached. Steers began his career as an actor with credits including such films as Pulp Fiction and The Last Days of Disco. He wrote the screenplay to Lose and wrote and directed Igby. Steers is repped by WMA, Anonymous Content and attorney Karl Austen. »

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