Chris Columbus' 1492 Pictures has made a three-year development deal with CJ Entertainment.
Fortissimo Films and Korean giant CJ Entertainment have formed a partnership that will give CJ a first look at Fortissimo's upcoming titles.
Sparkler Entertainment ("National Treasure") and CJ Entertainment are developing an English-language remake of 2006 Korean gangster pic "A Dirty Carnival."
Korea's CJ Entertainment and Japan's T-Joy are launching an investment and distribution joint venture in Japan.
Hong Kong multihyphenate Stephen Chow is gearing up to make his first animated film, a toon sequel to his hit 2008 sci-fi comedy "CJ-7," which took $29 million in B.O. in mainland China last year.
Katharine Kim has been appointed CEO of CJ Entertainment, South Korea's biggest movie company.
Mark Shaw is ankling CJ Entertainment after five years in high-profile jobs with the Korean giant.
A $10 million-budget pic about the 1980 Gwangju massacre, South Korea's equivalent to China's 1989 Tiananmen Square protest, begins filming next month.
South Korean major CJ Entertainment has decided not to sell the Japanese rights to its B.O. record breaker "King and the Clown."
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