Variety caught up with Alain Goldman ("Casino," "La Vie en Rose") and Cedric Jimenez ("Aux yeux de tous"), the producer and director of "The Connection" which is having its Gala premiere today at…
PARIS– Drafthouse Films has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to Cedric Jimenez's period crime thriller "La French" starring Jean Dujardin. “La French,” produced by Alain Goldman's Legende Films…
After lining up a pair of roles in Hollywood movies such as Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" and George Clooney's "The Monuments Men," Jean Dujardin will next star with Elsa Zylberstein in…
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Variety has selected its 10 Actors to Watch list, unveiling a diverse group of thesps whom the publication's editors believe to be on the brink of big things. Profiles of the actors will appear in…
PARIS– After delving into a wide variety of genre, from cop dramas (“Braquo”) to costumers (“Borgia”) and most recently fantasy skeins (“Rebound”), French paybox Canal Plus is also exploring comedy…
French stars Jean Dujardin ("The Artist") and Gilles Lellouche ("Point Blank") will face off in "La French," a $26 million action-packed thriller produced by Alain Goldman's Legende and backed by…
As showbiz gets increasingly global, U.S. talent reps are establishing more outposts around the world.
While not quite a "Notorious" F.L.O.P., French spy thriller and Hitchcock wannabe "Mobius" struggles to suggest why its central pair of lovers would want to be together beyond physical compatibility…
Hot off his Oscar-winning turn in "The Artist," French thesp Jean Dujardin is in talks to join Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street."
A comedy of extramarital manners in several unconnected chapters, "The Players" is an odd beast that, like all omnibus films, is only as strong as its weakest link.