Wayne Kramer's latest is a sub-Tarantino triptych of comic-violent tall tales consisting mostly of bad things happening to dumb people.
"I was surprised," he says, when he heard the Tony Awards had decided to give him its annual Isabelle Stevenson Award for significant contribution to humanitarian or charitable causes.
In a frantic run-up to the annual film market, a cloudburst of English-language movies has swept onto the international stage.
Lionsgate has named industry veteran Andrew Kramer as chief operating officer of international distribution.
Robert Rodriguez is moving forward with Dimension's sequel to "Sin City," with production expected to start this summer.
Oversees all day-to-day operations in all the company's divisions, "including our investment in Anchor Bay," reports Glasser who joined struggling TWC in '08.
The Weinstein Co.'s genre label, Dimension Films, has nabbed U.S. distribution rights to helmer Joseph Ruben's thriller ''Penthouse North.''
Dimension Films' Andrew Kramer has been upped to president of business and legal affairs for the Weinstein Co., after having fulfilled that role at subsid Dimension Films.
Dimension Films has acquired screen rights to "Locke & Key," a graphic novel written by Joe Hill that will be developed as a potential franchise.
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