"Duplex" may have sunk, but that's not halted plans for Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore to team up again. "[We're] going to produce another film together that will also be a romantic comedy, but we're not gonna shoot that until next year," said Barrymore, who will appear in the movie without Stiller. "We just wanna work together again." ... In other Barrymore news, she and Adam Sandler recently wrapped production on "Fifty First Kisses," in which she plays a woman with short-term memory loss. "It's just really exciting to be watching him in this film," she said. ... "Batman: Intimidation Game" is the official working title for "Memento" director Christopher Nolan's forthcoming film starring the Dark Knight, according to a Warner Bros. spokesperson. Christian Bale ("American Psycho") will wear the cape and cowl, but the film's villain is being kept tightly under wraps. ...

The American Film Institute's next top-100 list will feature the best songs in American cinema history. A list of 400 nominated songs, including Eminem's "Lose Yourself" and Will Smith's "Men in Black," is being sent to 1,500 actors, directors, writers, critics and film historians to determine the list, which will be announced in the spring. ... Shooting has wrapped in New Zealand on "Without a Paddle," an adventure comedy starring Matthew Lillard, Seth Green and "Punk'd" prankster Dax Shepard. "It's about these best friends that sort of lost touch growing up and they come together when they're older and go on this adventure to find this treasure and have all sort of mishaps along the way," co-star Rachel Blanchard ("7th Heaven") said. "I play Flower and I live in this tree with another girl called Butterfly, and we're these hippies trying to save this tree and we're sort of the sirens that they need in their adventure. We're really whacked out." "Without a Paddle" is due in the spring. ...

Antonio Banderas will reprise his title role in a sequel to "The Mask of Zorro," according to a Sony Pictures spokesperson. The movie will not be released until 2005. ... Steve Martin will star in "Birth of the Pink Panther," MGM's attempt to revive their long-dormant "Pink Panther" franchise. Martin is tweaking Len Blum's ("Stripes") script, which Shawn Levy ("Big Fat Liar") will direct next spring in Paris and New York. ... Bill Goldberg is set to star in the cheekily titled "Santa's Sleigh," which will see the WWE wrestler playing a killer who dresses as Santa. The low-budget flick is being produced by "Rush Hour" director Brett Ratner. ... Meanwhile, Don Cheadle will co-star with Pierce Brosnan and Woody Harrelson in Ratner's caper drama "After the Sunset." The "Ocean's 11" star will play a kingpin who tries to lure Brosnan's master thief out of retirement. ...

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has selected Michael Douglas for the Cecil B. DeMille Award for career achievement at the next Golden Globes, scheduled for January 25 in Hollywood. Douglas is the first second-generation actor to receive the award, which his father, Kirk Douglas, won in 1968. The HFPA also announced Kevin Costner's 17-year-old daughter, Lily Costner, will be Miss Golden Globe at the ceremony. ... Fresh off her turn as an eye-patch sporting assassin in "Kill Bill," Daryl Hannah is gearing up for a role in filmmaker John Sayles' "Silver City" that's equally athletic and, um, adventurous. "I play someone who's training to be an Olympic archer and who's a little bit of an unbalanced mother and a nymphomaniac," she said recently. Hannah, who shot "Casa de los Babys" with Sayles while making "Kill Bill," added that Thora Birch, Kris Kristofferson, Danny Huston and Chris Cooper are set to join her in "Silver City," due next year. ...

There's apparently not room in the neighborhood for two beauty shops. MGM has filed a copyright infringement and breach of contract lawsuit against writer/director Mark Brown, who is developing an independent movie called "Beauty Shop" with Vivica A. Fox. Brown is one of the creators of MGM's "Barbershop" franchise, which is spinning off a different movie called "Beauty Shop," starring Queen Latifah. ... "X2: X-Men United" co-writer Michael Dougherty has agreed to adapt the horror comic book "Wake the Dead," about a group of college kids looking to raise the dead. Dougherty is also working with special-effects guru and director Stan Winston on a horror flick called "Trick or Treat." ... Motion Picture Association of America CEO Jack Valenti recently said the industry is speedily developing technology so movie fans will be able to access new movies on the Internet. He expects products to launch by mid-2005. ...

"The School of Rock's" Sarah Silverman is developing a series for HBO with friend Larry Charles, the "Seinfeld" scribe who recently wrote and directed "Masked and Anonymous." "It's fictional, but I play a female comic — wait, why would I play a male comic?" Silverman said. "It's me and my friends and the stand-up [comedy] world and it's told very non-chronologically. Is that a word?"... Meanwhile, "School of Rock" principal Joan Cusack, who recently wrapped production on "Raising Helen" with Kate Hudson and John Corbett, is taking a break from movies to raise her kids. "I would love to be able to do something in Chicago," she said recently. "Maybe I'll try to do another TV show." ...