Peter Kay is officially the world's biggest-selling standup. The portly British comedian sold 1,140,798 tickets for his "Tour That Didn't Tour" between February 2010 and November 2011, which won him…
With his posh accent, cozy comedy and vast income, Michael McIntyre is a love/hate figure in the UK: loved by audiences, hated by jealous rivals.
Arnold Rifkin has signed up the Finnish team behind Nazi space pic "Iron Sky" to develop a movie based on the graphic novel "Jeremiah Harm."
Kris Thykier's Peapie Films is teaming with Anonymous Content to produce "Repent," based on the true story of a Swedish man who falsely confessed to being a serial killer.
Following in the footsteps of their 2011 documentary "Life in a Day," Ridley Scott Associates and Scott Free London are embarking on another venture in collective filmmaking with "Springsteen and I."
Entertainment One reported sales up 8% to £220.5 million ($350 million) for the six months to Sept. 30 but pre-tax profits were down 90% to $1.59 million due in part to the cost of its $230 million…
Domino's, the U.K.'s leading pizza delivery company, is making a move into video-on-demand via a deal with Lionsgate UK.
Studiocanal in Germany and Anchor Bay in the U.K. have acquired "Hello Quo," a documentary about denim-clad rockers Status Quo, from K5 Intl.
LONDON -- A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. But would a company by any other name be as successful?
The arrival of former Screen Intl. editor Mike Goodridge in August to succeed Ben Roberts as CEO of Protagonist Pictures marks the start of a new chapter for the U.K.-based sales and financing…
Size isn't everything, but with the independent film market facing icy headwinds all around the world, some of its biggest players are relying on expansion and the $230 million deal for eOne to buy…