The Vladar Co. has partnered with Mark Huffam (“Game of Thrones”) to produce the movie adaptation of C.C. Humphrey's novel “The French Executioner.” Vlad Yudin will co-produce the big-screen project…
Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper will topline indie legal thriller "Reasonable Doubt," formerly "The Good Samaritan."
A quick look at where and how some top U.K. pics minted their global gold
Not pulling any punches, Disney-DreamWorks' robo-Rocky "Real Steel" topped the global box office with an estimated $49.4 million, of which $22.1 million came from 19 overseas territories, including…
More a resuscitation than a rebirth, British comedian Rowan Atkinson revives his spoof spy character with this enjoyable if somewhat wheezy reprise.
Universal Pictures is bringing back bumbling British spy Johnny English for a follow-up assignment.
London Eye: European stars whose name alone can open a movie outside their home countries. Thanks to "Bean" and "Johnny English," Brit comedian Rowan Atkinson has a fair claim to be one of them.
Helmer Jan Hrebejk's "Pupendo" is powering the Czech B.O., racking up more than 300,000 admissions since opening three weeks ago. Only the two "Lord of the Rings" movies have bettered those figures.
Rowan Atkinson's spy spoof "Johnny English" remained a potent player overseas in its soph session, racking up an estimated $19 million from 3,480 playdates in 38 territories during Easter weekend.
"Johnny English," a spy spoof starring Rowan Atkinson, was just the tonic for ailing overseas markets over the weekend. In its world preems, the Universal/UIP laffer racked up an estimated $20…
Mr. Bean goes 007 in "Johnny English," an extremely silly but effective enough romp for family auds, showcasing Brit comic Rowan Atkinson's trademarked brand of arrogant dumbness.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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