French director Pascal Chaumeil has died aged 54 in Paris following a battle with cancer. Chaumeil recently completed post-production on upcoming comedy drama "A Little Job," which reteamed the…
NBC is switching up their fall schedule with “Chicago Med” set to premiere this fall in place of “Heartbreaker.” The third installment in Dick Wolf’s “Chicago” franchise takes the place of the soapy…
NBC has ordered three series for the 2015-16 season, Variety has learned: “Chicago Fire” spinoff “Chicago Med,” crime conspiracy thriller “Blindspot” and medical soap “Heartbreaker.” “Chicago Med,”…
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CANNES — One of the latest candidates to become the big French comedy of 2013, first-time feature director Mohamed Hamidi's buzz title "Homeland" (Ne quelque part s'inspire) will receive a Cannes'…
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…
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").
Xavier Beauvois' "Of Gods and Men" leads the race for Gaul's Cesar Awards, announced Friday by the French Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
A trio of French-born producers with a 360 degree approach to filmmaking, Quad's Nicolas Duval-Adassovsky, Yann Zenou and Laurent Zeitoun, made a big splash this year with "Heartbreaker," a…
This slickly produced film with hot Gallic star Romain Duris ("Heartbreaker") has some script and pacing problems but should generate solid numbers locally.
Rolling off the success of "Heartbreaker" in France, Quad Films is reteaming with director Pascal Chaumeil on "Vivre c'est mieux que mourrir" (Living Is Better Than Dying), a $20 million spy comedy.
A classic example of style over substance.