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Warner Bros. is entrusting its recently acquired spec "The Waiting" to KatzSmith Prods. partners Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg, the latter of whom will make his feature directorial debut…
LONDON -- Brit Ken Loach is set to direct a feature documentary based on changes that occurred in the U.K.'s social and political landscape immediately after the end of WWII in 1945.
ROME -- New Italo TV distrib Panini Media has acquired worldwide rights, excluding Japan, Russia and New Zealand, to British toon series "Simon's Cat," a YouTube phenom that will topline its debut…
LONDON -- Disney has signed a movie rental deal with YouTube and Google Play in the U.K.
PARIS -- "Law and Order" showrunner Rene Balcer and French thesp Jean Reno have boarded "The Grand," a Paris-set, English-lingo, crime drama miniseries.
Here's video of last night's appearance by Mitt Romney on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," where he's queried about Rick Santorum's contradictions, the vision he has for the tax code and, strangely…
British producer Peter Fudakowski, who won the foreign language film Oscar in 2006 for Gavin Hood's "Tsotsi," is making his directing debut with "Secret Sharer," which is shooting in Thailand.
German media giant Bertelsmann on Wednesday unveiled longterm plans to reshape its operations, including a digital makeover and expansion into high-growth regions including China -- possibly powered…
PARIS -- The Cannes Festival has named Belgian multihyphenate Jean-Pierre Dardenne as president of its Cinefondation Selection and topper of the short films jury.
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