Filmmaker Baltasar Kormakur, whose "2 Guns" has grossed $91 million worldwide since its Aug. 2 opening, is moving into TV. He has retooled and expanded his 13-year-old Blueeyes Prods., based in his…
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Shine France Films, the Paris-based fiction division of the U.K. powerhouse, has nabbed the Gallic makeover rights to Canadian comedy series “Adam & Eve.” Evolution Entertainment’s TV division, the…
In the run-up to Mipcom, Endemol Studios, the L.A.-based scripted studio of Endemol North America, has come on board to produce an English-language adaptation of Canal Plus’ hit crime thriller…
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Hat Trick International, which distributes programs such as "Have I Got News for You" and "Outnumbered," has inked a distribution output deal with Blighty's Outline Productions. Deal will see Hat…
Although Billie Jean King is described as the first "sports figure" to be featured on "American Masters," her cultural influence obviously goes well beyond lobs and volleys, as this crisp 90-minute…
Turner Broadcasting execs will talk up cable's gains over the broadcast nets and efforts to court viewers on multiple screens at its upfront presentation at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Perfect Storm Entertainment is branching out from silver screen to smallscreen with the inception of a TV division, and has hired FX alum Danielle Woodrow to lead it. Division will focus on…
Hat Trick Intl. has secured distribution rights to dramedy "Nixon's the One," a five-episode skein starring U.S. satirist Harry Shearer as the late U.S. president.
Since "Anger Management" boils down to "The Bob Newhart Show" with more sex jokes, critics will likely be tempted to write about numerous topics peripherally related to the actual show. All those…
At first glance, the plot of writer-director Michael R. Roskam's debut feature "Bullhead" seems too Belgium-specific to have widespread international appeal. . .
A sobering series of conversations with reporters and photographers who have found themselves caught in physical and moral war zones, "Under Fire" reckons with its subject in straightforward but…