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Kadin upped to sr. vp at Columbia

10 October 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Columbia has upped Jonathan Kadin to senior vp production at the studio.

Kadin, who joined Columbia as a creative executive in 2000, recently worked on the development and production of the summer comedy hit Superbad.

Kadin will continue to report to Columbia presidents of production Doug Belgrad and Matt Tolmach.

"Not only does Jonathan have one of the best ears for comedy in the business, but he is respected across the board by filmmakers, talent, agents, writers and his colleagues at the studios," the co-presidents said.

During his tenure at Columbia, Kadin has contributed to several comedy hits, including Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, RV, Hitch and Fun With Dick and Jane.

Kadin is overseeing development of Stepbrothers, reuniting Talladega stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly; Pineapple Express, starring Seth Rogan and James Franco; Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, starring Reilly; and Year One, with Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Kadin started his career as a finance associate at Walt Disney Studios in 1996 and later as an assistant to Jimmy Miller at the now-defunct management-production company Gold/Miller. »

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Sonnenfeld ponders Fox's 'Box'

11 May 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Barry Sonnenfeld is in negotiations to direct the supernatural action-adventurer The Box for 20th Century Fox. Southpaw Entertainment's Richard Lewis is producing.

Evan Spiliotopoulos is penning the screenplay, which serves up a contemporary take on the myth of Pandora Box.'s

Box centers on a college grad with an uncertain future who is tricked into opening the mythical box, unwittingly unleashing the evils trapped within. He then must team with Pandora to save the world from destruction.

Described as summer event film, Box is being fast-tracked by Fox. Emma Watts is overseeing the project for the studio.

Box returns Sonnenfeld to the genres that put him on the map with such movies as The Addams Family and Men in Black. The director last's movie was the Robin Williams comedy RV. He is repped by CAA and attorney Mel Weisel.

Spiliotopoulos, whose credits include Pooh's Heffalump Movie, is writing The Big Nasty for Sony Pictures Animation and an animated version of The Nutty Professor for the Weinstein Co. He is repped by ICM. »

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'Disturbia' tops slow frame as 'Spidey 3' looms

30 April 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The North American boxoffice appeared to be marking time during the weekend as if waiting for Friday's expected blowout, when Sony Pictures' Spider-Man 3 comes knocking. None of a weak array of new arrivals managed to break through the $10 million barrier, so the teen thriller Disturbia remained king of the hill for the third frame in a row.

Of the newcomers, Buena Vista Pictures' The Invisible, tapping into the same younger audience as Disturbia, ranked second overall with an estimated $7.6 million. The Nicolas Cage sci-fi thriller Next, from Paramount Pictures and Revolution Studios, had to settle for third place and an estimated $7.2 million, while the "Stone Cold" Steve Austin actioner The Condemned, from Lionsgate, entered the list in ninth place with an estimated $4 million. As for the Yari Film Group's Kickin' It Old Skool, starring Jamie Kennedy, it finished outside the top 10 with an estimated $2.8 million.

According to Nielsen EDI, the weekend represented a 23% drop from the comparable weekend last year, when Sony's RV led the pack with $16.4 million. But though the past two weekends have shown steep declines from last year, the spring season, which began March 9 and concludes Thursday, has set record numbers. With $1.231 billion in Hollywood's coffers, this spring is outpacing the record spring of 2004 that took in $1.2 billion. And while that year The Passion of the Christ dominated as the top grosser with $370.3 million, this year the wealth has been spread around a bit more since top grosser 300 has accounted for $207 million.

For Paramount, it was a good news/bad news weekend. The studio's Disturbia, from DreamWorks and Montecito Pictures, ranked first for the third weekend in a row as it fell just 30% while taking in an estimated $9.1 million.

Directed by D.J. Caruso and starring Shia LaBeouf as a housebound teen who suspects a neighbor of murder, the film -- written by Christopher Landon and Carl Ellsworth -- crossed the $50 million mark, hitting an estimated $52.2 million. »

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Williams joins Travolta clan for Dis' 'Dogs'

25 April 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Robin Williams has signed on to star opposite John Travolta in Old Dogs, a Walt Disney Co. comedy being directed by Walt Becker. Also joining the cast is Travolta's wife, Kelly Preston, and daughter, Ella Travolta.

Dogs is a buddy comedy revolving around two best friends and business partners whose lives are turned upside down when they find themselves in the care of 7-year-old twins.

Disney bought the project in the summer from David Diamond and David Weissman as a pitch in a seven-figure deal. The duo also wrote the screenplay.

Tapestry's Andrew Panay, Peter Abrams and Robert L. Levy are producing.

Kristin Burr and Casey Wolfe are overseeing for the studio.

Williams next stars alongside John Krasinski and Mandy Moore in Warner Bros. Pictures' License to Wed. His recent credits include Man of the Year, RV, Night at the Museum and Happy Feet.

Williams is repped by CAA, MBST Entertainment and Manatt Phelps & Phillips. »

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Initial taps Lyon as prod'n president

15 February 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Gail Lyon has been hired as president of production at Graham King's Initial Entertainment Group.

Lyon, who reports to King, takes the job immediately and will lead Initial's team, comprising vp development Grey Rembert and production executive Denis O'Sullivan.

"Gail elegantly combines the skills of hands-on production and development of first-class, provocative material that really stands out," King said.

Added Lyon, "I look forward to expanding our slate of new material and supporting both the established and emerging filmmakers that look to Initial as a partner in realizing their films."

Lyon recently produced the teen movie Stick It for Buena Vista Pictures. She was president of Red Wagon Entertainment, where she oversaw development and was executive producer on Stuart Little 2, Win a Date With Tad Hamilton and Peter Pan. While there, she brought in Jarhead and RV.

Before Red Wagon, she was president of Jersey Films, where she was involved in the development of Out of Sight, executive produced the HBO movie Pentagon Wars and co-produced Gattaca and Erin Brockovich. »

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