Chinese helmer Feng Xiaogang believes the strong human drama at the heart of his war epic "Assembly," which kicked off the Pusan Film Festival Thursday, will overcome the pic's more controversial…
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China's biggest private-sector film company, Huayi Brothers, already is one of the country's weightiest entertainment conglomerates and is planning to take things to a new level with a stock market…
Korean filmmakers will be raking in the hardware tonight with the eighth Busan Film Critics Awards and the third Premiere Rising Star Awards doling out their respective prizes.
During a post-screening dinner at the swank Stone Rose restaurant Sunday in Gotham, Julian Schnabel admitted he doesn't like reading press coverage of his work -- the media, he said, always gets…
At Monday's preem of "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," director Shekhar Kapur said the main themes of the pic and its 1998 predecessor "Elizabeth" form that most sought after of showbiz career arcs.
The filmmakers at Tuesday's Academy preem for "Lars and the Real Girl," the story of a man who falls in love with an attractive inflatable doll, took pride in making half the audience laugh and the…
Sony Pictures Television Intl. (SPTI) has sealed a day-and-date video-on-demand licensing deal with South Korean broadband provider Hanaro Telecom.
Takuya Kimura star vehicle "Hero" is stirring major interest in South Korea, where distributor Lotte Entertainment hopes to give it the biggest local release ever for a Japanese film.
Kim Dong-ho, festival director for the Pusan Film Festival
The government of France has named PIFF co-festival director Kim Dong-ho as an Officier de l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures