ANNECY — “The Artist” producer Thomas Langmann is on board to co-develop “Mummyland,” an ambitious English-language action comedy toonpic targeting the international market. Franck Mettre is lead…
The title of the 1993-set kiwi bromance "Two Little Boys" is a good indication of its level of humor, which is so juvenile and obvious the only period-appropriate thing missing is a laugh track.
The Annecy Festival, the world's largest animation confab, will afford two breathtaking views: a high stretch of French Alps, and the ever-growing spectrum of Europe's burgeoning movie animation…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
When France Telecom's film arm Studio 37 approached the U.S. studios with the script for "Upside Down" by helmer Juan Diego Solanas, the project met with a warm welcome.
French producer Aton Soumache's Onyx Films is developing "Mune," a $40 million 3D toon, with Paris-based Kinology and Studio 37.
A slacker's redemptive bounce back from rock bottom stumbles between oddball laughs and a dysfunctional-family yarn in the Kiwi black comedy-drama.
Fifteen Kiwi actors who appeared in various installments of "Lord of the Rings" got a lesson in Hollywood accounting when they opened royalty statements from New Line and found that despite millions…
It seems history will judge our biggest icons not by their actions alone, but by the quality of the TV movies about their lives. With that criterion in mind, Lionel Chetwynd's script paints…
Success blossomed for Lucille Ball, CBS' three-hour "Lucy" informs us, when she embraced her value as a clown and played it to the hilt, a possibility afforded by television and a recurring character…
The name may be different, but the results are virtually the same. Home Box Office once again dominated the nominations for the 14th annual CableAce Awards, earning 104 of the 376 bids for the cable…