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Performers might love it more than a lot of viewers do, but the show's "La Ronde"-style story should appeal to a discerning premium-TV-caliber audience.
"Siddharth," an India-Canada drama about a lost boy, has been picked up by sales agent Fortissimo Films. The picture is the second feature by Canadian director Richie Mehta and will have its world…
Marvel’s superheroes will hit the road next year with “The Marvel Experience,” that will go on tour next year. The $30 million attraction will feature dozens of the comicbook company’s iconic…
Wall Street’s bullishness over prospects for Jennifer Lawrence’s “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” has helped boost Lionsgate stock to a record high. One analyst predicted that the worldwide box…
New Line has tapped veteran TV director Beth McCarthy-Miller to helm "Mean Moms" -- the first major development for Warner Bros. since Monday's departure of Jeff Robinov as president.
Lionsgate stock jumped to an all-time high on strong earnings with the studio touting its ability to create young adult franchises such as "Divergent," as well as the "Red" and "Expendables"…
Style Network has announced its development slate for the coming year, including a project from Jack Osbourne. Slate focuses on the NBCU cabler’s “key pillars” in beauty, fashion, home design and…
Wall Street has continued to swoon over Lionsgate as half-dozen analysts have boosted their price targets for the studio in the wake of a strong earnings report.
David Lowery had directed a feature before, but never like this.
If 2012 was the year Lionsgate grew up, then 2013 will be the first year it has to prove itself in the big leagues.
Admirers of nuanced theological discourse, an admittedly small and underserved segment of the moviegoing public, have a welcome conversation-starter at hand in "Hellbound?"