Sacha Baron Cohen’s English-language remake of the Danish comedy “Klown” has sold out all foreign markets in what the producers say is the best performance by a new property at the American Film…
LONDON — Protagonist Pictures has taken on worldwide sales rights outside Nordic territories to “Klown Forever,” the sequel to the 2010 hit Danish comedy “Klown.” In addition, Protagonist has taken…
Sacha Baron Cohen has ankled GK Films' untitled Freddie Mercury biopic over "creative differences," his manager confirmed to Variety.
After seeing success from their cult comedy hit "Klown," Danish scribes Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam are in negotiations to pen Paramount's "The Lesbian" starring Sacha Baron Cohen. Story is…
108 Media and Paladin have acquired North American distribution rights to John Leguizamo's autobiographical comedy "Fugly" with plans for a third-quarter release.
Greek-Turkish coproduction "Tepenin Ardi" ("Beyond the Hill") has won for best feature film at the sixth annual Asia-Pacific Screen Awards (APSAs) held in Brisbane this weekend.
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John Leguizamo has anatomized his personal demons in several rollicking one-man shows. In his most recent one, Broadway transfer "Ghetto Klown," he recounts his adventures in the screen trade while…
Creator and co-stars Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam deliver a top-flight adaptation of a TV comedy in nutty, ribald "Clown the Movie."
Industry eyes might find added value in the show as a well-packaged audition piece for hyper-active, hyper-talented and underused performer John Leguizamo.
Pierce Brosnan, Ed Harris and Jim Gaffigan have signed on to star in the indie "Salvation Boulevard" for the newly launched Mandalay Vision.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
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- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History