Canuck film producer David Cormican ("Stranded") has nabbed screen rights to Kim Izzo's debut fiction novel "The Jane Austen Marriage Manual," published last spring by MacMillan/St. Martin's Press…
South Korea's CJ E&M has named Choi Joon-hwan, the company's exec VP of the film business division, as the CEO of CJ America.
South Korea's CJ Group has consolidated all its industry affiliates under one roof, CJ Entertainment & Media, which launched Tuesday.
Unlike Japan and China, South Korea has never been a location for major Hollywood productions.
Tonally dissonant but dramatically intriguing, Kim Dae-woo's "The Servant" offers a sexy, cynical take on a centuries-old Korean folktale.
Chris Columbus' 1492 Pictures has made a three-year development deal with CJ Entertainment.
Fortissimo Films and Korean giant CJ Entertainment have formed a partnership that will give CJ a first look at Fortissimo's upcoming titles.
Jang Jin, one of South Korea's best scripters ("The Spy," "Ditto," "Someone Special"), takes on an ambitious undertaking, with mixed results, in "Good Morning President."
Katharine Kim has been appointed CEO of CJ Entertainment, South Korea's biggest movie company.
Universal Pictures and Focus Films have boarded "Oldboy" director Park Chan-wook's in-production vampire movie "Thirst."
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