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LONDON — ITV Studios Global Entertainment, the international distribution arm of U.K. TV network ITV, has acquired a minority stake in Monumental Television, the indie recently founded by producers…
LONDON — Alison Owen and Debra Hayward's newly formed Monumental Pictures has acquired the film rights to Caitlin Moran's novel "How to Build a Girl." The novel, which has sold more than half a…
LONDON — Leading British producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward have joined forces at production house, Monumental Pictures, producing both movies and television drama. Owen's credits, through her…
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"My friend Nick Allott, who runs Cameron Mackintosh's company, suggested I come talk to Cameron if I was interested in turning 'Les Miserables' into a movie," Fellner says. "We met, we talked, we did…
For all its expected highs, this adaptation of a justly beloved musical has been managed with more gusto than grace.
With "The Great Gatsby" and "The Life of Pi" both moving out of the Christmas day slot, Universal has decided to take advantage of the opening by moving "Les Miserables" to the Dec. 25 slot.
Top comediennes Rose Byrne ("Bridesmaids") and Anna Faris ("The Dictator") are set to join Rafe Spall and Simon Baker in Working Title's romantic comedy "I Give It a Year."
George Blagden will play Grantaire in Universal's "Les Miserables," starring Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe.
Amanda Seyfried is in final negotiations to play Cosette in Universal's adaptation of "Les Miserables."