Heavy snow marked the first few days of the Sundance Film Festival, causing nightmarish travel delays for showbizzers and other VIPS.
Lionsgate has acquired North American domestic distribution rights to Ryan Reynolds thriller "Buried," about a private contractor who is kidnapped in Iraq and buried alive.
In the first major feature pickup of the Sundance Film Festival, Lionsgate has acquired North American rights to Ryan Reynolds' thriller "Buried," about a private contractor who is kidnapped in Iraq…
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"Little Miss Sunshine" producers-financiers Marc Turtletaub and Peter Saraf returned to Sundance this week with two films premiering at the fest plus a new slate of projects.
"Mamma Mia!" producer Judy Craymer and "American Idol" creator Simon Fuller are prepping a Spice Girls musical, tentatively titled "Viva Forever."
As Sundance launches its 2010 edition tonight, under new management, the fest might not look drastically different from prior years, but some subtle tweaks might prove significant as the year unfolds.
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IFC Entertainment has acquired Todd Solondz's "Life During Wartime," the writer-helmer's latest ensemble drama.