Powered by a dazzling circus act, a gaggle of goofy accents and a fresh dose of action-adventure silliness, "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" severs the DreamWorks toon franchise's ties to reality…
Cannes Film Festival
Lionsgate and Nordisk Film have concluded a new multiyear output agreement, expanding the existing deal with Summit to cover Lionsgate titles that will be distributed by Nordisk in Scandinavia.
Lightning Entertainment has locked international sales for Liam Hemsworth starrer "Love and Honor."
Bitesize Entertainment is launching with a team of Mevio.com topper Ron Bloom and "Rocky" producer Gene Kirkwood with plans to produce four to six features a year.
After "Tony Manero" and "Post Mortem," his devastating portraits of the Pinochet regime, Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain satisfyingly completes the trilogy with an affirmative victory for democracy in…
Jean Prewitt, president-CEO of the Independent Film & Television Alliance, is taking a cautiously optimistic view of this year's Cannes market and growing traction for the Chinese film business.
Bruno Wu's Seven Stars Film Studios has agreed to finance John Woo's remake of "The Killer" from Woo and Terence Chang's Lion Rock Prods.
Reality-TV addiction is overripe for satire, yet Matteo Garrone's latest swerves from anything biting, opting for an affectionate look at a man's mad quest for celebrity.
It's been 25 years since Lasse Hallstrom made a film in his native Sweden.
Cannes highlights burgeoning biz of Latin America's biggest nation
Hollywood pics are performing increasingly well in Brazil, compensating for the decline of local movies.