LONDON — Munich-based sales company Global Screen has picked up worldwide distribution rights to "Bank Lady," the true story of Germany's first female bank robber. Christian Alvart's pic tells the…
Liam Hemsworth of "The Hunger Games" has replaced Armie Hammer in the lead of Matt Shakman's "Cut Bank," which has started shooting in the Canadian city of Edmonton -- which is helping to finance the…
Elizabeth Banks has been tapped to receive CinemaCon's excellence in acting award. Banks will be presented with the kudo at the conference's awards ceremony April 18 at Caesars Palace. Banks will…
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There's increasing chatter about FX being poised to undergo the network version of cell division, as News Corp. is said to be taking steps toward the long-discussed launch of a spinoff channel.
Left Bank Pictures, bought earlier this year by Sony, has tapped Film Four's Lila Rawlings as executive producer and development producer for film and TV.
Dan Timmons & Brian Stearns, co-heads of Entertainment Industries Group & Amit Bajaj, director investment banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
This trio of executives provided $600 million in new or extended credit lines to Hollywood companies in 2012.
Relativity Media is in negotiations to acquire "Loomis Fargo," a bank heist comedy that Jim Carrey is in talks to topline for director Jared Hess ("Napoleon Dynamite") and producers Lorne Michaels…
Miguel Arteta is staging bank robberies for FilmColony and Mandalay Pictures.
As the bank's relationship manager on the Open Road Films account, Timmons spearheaded a "sizable nine-figure capital raise" for the fledgling distributor.
As topper of the bank's entertainment division, Henderson spearheaded a number of showbiz transactions, including a $25 million investment in Summit's $200 million revolving credit facility in March.