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Josh Radnor, Judd Apatow and Christina Hendricks and other stars gathered Sept. 29 to not only enjoy a lovely brunch at the private estate of Ron Burkle, but to support a noble cause: The Rape…
Global Produce and Gold Circle Entertainment have acquired screen rights to the book “All Our Yesterdays” and set “Rome, Sweet Rome” scribe Brian Miller to pen the script. Pic is based on the book by…
Gold Circle Entertainment has tapped Olatunde Osunsanmi to direct sci-fi actioner “Eden” from his own script. The production company made deal following a pre-emptive purchase of Osunsanmi’s spec…
Tele Muenchen Group has picked up German and Austrian rights to Gold Circle's upcoming laffer "Search Party," the helming debut of comedy scribe Scot Armstrong ("The Hangover 2").
A superior sequel that deserves better than the half-hearted dump -- limited theatrical exposure day-and-date with VOD release -- it's been given by Lionsgate.
As spirited and irresistible as the college a cappella craze it celebrates, "Pitch Perfect" is a cheeky delight.
New distributors joining the fest fray aim to exploit different platforms for their big buys
Ben C. Lucas ("Wasted on the Young") is aiming at "The Duelist," coming on board to direct Gold Circle's neo-Western.
While production deals have taken a dip in recent years, Universal is still looking to create new relationships, signing a first-look distribution deal with Angle Films.
Universal Pictures and Gold Circle Films have come together on a distribution pact through which Universal will distribute six Gold Circle films between 2012 and 2014.
The Safran Co. and Gold Circle Films are going to the bank with actioner "ATM," picking up the spec script from "Buried" writer Chris Sparling and hiring David Brooks to direct.