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Here are the latest posts about New Line Cinema on The Write News:

HBO and New Line Cinema Launch Picturehouse
Picturehouse is a new theatrical distribution company founded and jointly owned by HBO and New Line Cinema. (June 24, 2005)

New Line and Walden Media to Film Hoot
New Line Cinema has partnered with production companies Walden Media and the Kennedy/Marshall Company to produce a feature adaptation of the popular Carl Hiaasen children's novel Hoot. (February 28, 2005)

New Line Buys Rights to Bestselling Relationship Book
New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to the bestselling nonfiction book He's Just Not That Into You: The No-Excuses Truth To Understanding Guys and has struck a deal with authors Greg Behrendt and Liz Tucillo to adapt the book into a feature screenplay, it was announced by New Line production president Toby Emmerich. (December 3, 2004)

Nick Cassavetes to Direct Iron Man
New Line Cinema and Marvel Studios, a division of Marvel Enterprises, have signed Nick Cassavetes (The Notebook, John Q) to direct the big screen adaptation of Iron Man, based on the Marvel Super Hero. (December 3, 2004)

New Line Acquires Rights to Marquez Novel
New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez' novel Love in the Time of Cholera from producer Scott Steindorff and has hired Oscar-winning screenwriter Ronald Harwood (The Pianist) to pen the feature film adaptation. (November 29, 2004)

New Line Acquires Film Rights to Susanna Clarke Novel
New Line Cinema has acquired the feature film rights to the British fantasy novel Jonathan Strange & Mr. (October 22, 2004)

New Line and Scholastic To Film Philip Pullman Trilogy
New Line Cinema and Scholastic Entertainment have joined forces to bring Philip Pullman's Whitbread Award-winning His Dark Materials trilogy to the screen, it was announced by Toby Emmerich, New Line Cinema's president of production and Deborah Forte, producer of the project and executive vice president of Scholastic Entertainment. (February 15, 2002)