Trade Round-Up: Unimaginative Studio To Reimagine Tarzan· Hollywood Out of Ideas, Back to the Jungle, Again Edition: Warner Bros. and producer Jerry Weintraub are developing a "new take" on Tarzan; only the potential involvement of director Guillermo del Toro gives us hope the project might evolve into something other than an excuse to put Ashton Kutcher in a loincloth. [Variety]
Ahmet Ertegun, co-founder of Atlantic Records, dies at the age of 83. [THR]
Director RJ Cutler will follow around Vogue's Anna Wintour as she prepares the magazine's fifty-pound fall fashion issue, hoping to capture documentary footage of the assistant-abusing atrocities fictionalized in The Devil Wears Prada. [Variety]
· CBS wins a "quiet" Thursday night in the ratings behind CSI and Survivor; Meanwhile, The OC continues to tank. How long until they stunt-kill Chino or Seth? [THR]
Scott Rudin and Miramax are adapting Pulitzer-winning play Doubt for film. Playwright John Patrick Shanley will write and direct the movie version, planning on using a liberal amount of NY location shooting to avoid that not-so-fresh, "this still feels like a play" feeling that afflicts so many stage-to-screen adaptations. [Variety]