“Divergent” director Neil Burger has been tapped to direct The Weinstein Company’s remake of “The Intouchables,” starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston. TWC plans to start showing in January. Hart…
French comedy licensed for makeover in Asia, Latin America.
Powered by Gaumont's “The Intouchables” (pictured above), EuropaCorp's “Taken 2” and Wild Bunch's Oscar-winning “The Artist,” French film sales scored €211.3 million ($282.2 million) in 2012, a…
Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, the duo behind smash hit comedy “The Intouchables,” are set to direct “Samba,” a French-language immigration-themed dramedy toplining Omar Sy, Charlotte Gainsbourg…
Gilles Bourdos’ “Renoir” is set to represent Gaul in the Oscar’s Foreign-language race. Pic, which competed in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard in 2012, was released Stateside by Samuel Goldwyn Films in…
Polish arthouse distributor Gutek Film occupies a particular niche in a demanding market.
"Skyfall" and French hit "The Intouchables" topped the German box office in 2012 and helped propel theatrical revenue to record heights.
Hollywood films continue surge at the overseas box office, but local pics held their own in territories including France and Japan. In fast-growing China and India, local production is strong but…
French B.O. phenom "The Intouchables" has been selected to rep Gaul in the foreign-language race at the Academy Awards.
French pic "The Intouchables" will be adding yet another honor to its trophy case: the first movie to ever be honored by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
Tied to its re-release of "The Artist," the Weinstein Co. is sneaking local French-language hit "The Intouchables" on Saturday at six theaters in New York, San Francisco and L.A., ahead of the pic's…
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