United Artists has become the first major movie studio to sign an agreement with the Writers Guild of America, essentially accepting the terms of the contract negotiated last week with David Letterman's company, Worldwide Pants. The deal gives the studio to move forward with projects that required additional script improvements; however, Daily Variety reported that Pinkville, which was to have starred Bruce Willis, won't be revived since Willis "has moved on to another project." Meanwhile, today's (Monday) New York Post reported that The Weinstein Co. has begun negotiations with the WGA on what it called a "me-too" agreement.