Sick season has arrived early on Broadway. Is there a bug going around? Or is it those high-stress weeks of rehearsals on top of previews that put an actor at high risk?
Brian Lowry: Tuning In
Theater impresarios David and Ed Mirvish are getting set to raise the curtain on the Toronto premiere of Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen."
Startup Spanish distrib Producciones Goya Films has made its first acquisitions for Spain, clinching rights on three films at Mifed.
Jeremy Irons will replace Ian McKellen in Michael Radford's bigscreen adaptation of "The Merchant of Venice" because shooting delays have caused conflicts with McKellen's schedule.
Bavaria Film Intl. continued to book strong sales for German hit "The Miracle of Bern," which the company said had received "an extraordinary international reception" at Mifed in Milan.
Art Carney, who created television's first memorable wacky neighbor and would win an Academy Award more than 20 years after the debut of his character Ed Norton, died Sunday at his home in Westport…
BVI Switzerland's first local release, Army comedy "Achtung, fertig, Charlie!" (Ready, Steady, Charlie), has become the second-most successful local film in the country's history, behind 1979…
Jobst Plog, general manager of German pubcaster ARD, has rejected a 20-point plan proposed by state leaders that would rein in spending to avoid raising license fees next year.
Travis F. Smith: A Wide 'Net
Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 1" kicks off Sweden's Stockholm Intl. Film Festival on Thursday.