Less than two years ago, it seemed as if Korean films would finally conquer their first major overseas market: Japan. A pair of hits in 2000 and last year seemed to solidify that notion. But then…
The demise of U.K. mini-studio FilmFour means the end of another output agreement for German partner Senator Entertainment -- and an opportunity for the Berlin company to increase its focus on…
Blame it on Dick Wolf. The enduring success of the producer's "Law & Order" franchise, combined with the impact of more recent smash "CSI," has sparked a small- screen crime wave. Almost half of the…
What was Jean-Marie Messier's biggest mistake? The ex-CEO and prexy of Vivendi Universal forgot his manners -- something the French take very seriously.
Summertime, and the grading is easy. Any review of box office perfs has its share of hits and misses, but there are remarkably few failing grades on this summer's mid-season report card.
School vacations in some markets combined with the offshore launches of "Men in Black II" and continuing rollouts of "Minority Report," "Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones," "Spider-Man" and…
Steven Gaydos: Eurotrack
They say an elephant never forgets. Hollywood of course, is another matter. Last week's news that Vin Diesel is contemplating a turn playing the Carthaginian general Hannibal for Sony-based…
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