Who Sold What to Whom

Schneider, Andrew J.
November 2007
Script (10922016);Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p16
This section offers news briefs on business deals affecting the motion picture industry. Universal Pictures has acquired first-time writer Ben Frahm's script "Dr. Sensitive" for Shady Acres to produce. Castle Rock Entertainment has bought J. Mills Goodloe's pitch "Seventy-Two Days" in a preemptive bid. Paramount Pictures has hired screenwriter Stuart Beattie to bring Hasbros' toy soldier G.I. Joe to the big screen.


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