Sony is ramping up “My Wife Hates Your Wife,” tapping the writing team of Jonathan Keasey and Brant Boivin to come on board the long-in-development comedy at Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment…
Pathe Intl. has revealed a raft of sales on its Cannes slate, including Jerome Salle's thriller "Zulu," which closes the fest. "Zulu" was picked up by Japan (Klockworx), Brazil (Europa), Scandinavia…
When Jerome Seydoux, the scion of the Seydoux-Schlumberger industrial empire, bought Pathe in 1990, he helped not only to modernize Europe's oldest film company, but also to internationalize France's…
Just under a fortnight after Wild Bunch boss Vincent Maraval's explosive editorial slamming the French star system for inflating pic budgets, the industry is poised to re-examine its sacrosanct film…
Another high-concept romantic comedy from "Heartbreaker" helmer Pascal Chaumeil, this good-looking but structurally problematic pic trots the globe as Diane Kruger tries to convince travel writer…
Rolling off comedies "Nothing to Declare" and "Welcome to the Sticks," French thesp-turned-helmer Dany Boon is developing "Super condriaque."
French star Dany Boon and Diane Kruger have boarded "Fly Me to the Moon," a high-concept action-adventure comedy directed by Pascal Chaumeil ("Heartbreaker").
Remakes are ringing up box office gold in Europe, prompting a proliferation of local hits being redone for neighboring markets and causing some curious cases of cross-pollination.
Dany Boon's "Nothing to Declare" has garnered 301,089 admissions and a Euros 1.8 million ($2.5 million) gross box office in France since its Wednesday opening.
The worst nightmare of a tyrannical, virulently Francophobic Belgian customs officer comes true when the Schengen agreement, which erases intra-European borders, is announced in the Dany Boon…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media