"Prisoners of War," the Israeli series that was adapted as "Homeland," has been licensed as a format to South Korea.
"Like Father, Like Son," the Japanese child swap drama that premiered in competition in Cannes has been licensed by DreamWorks SKG for English-language remake.
After years of posturing, Weinstein Co. and Celestial move ahead with the remaking of Chinese classics.
Development once held the key to a studio's future. In recent years, however, studio development teams have become scattershot in their approach.
Looking to bridge the gap between Bollywood and Hollywood, Original Entertainment has closed a five-picture deal with Millennium Films for Bollywood remakes of “Rambo,” “The Expendables,” “16 Blocks,”…
Samuel Arkoff’s son Lou Arkoff, writer-producer Jeff Katz and Hal Sadoff are teaming to remake 1950s cult pics from the Arkoff-Nicholson library of American Intl. Pictures. Katz, Arkoff and Sadoff…
GUADALAJARA – For decades, Latin America's biggest challenge has been snagging theatrical distribution for its movies throughout the region. Finally, however, pioneers like Guido Rud's FilmSharks…
Once largely dominated by U.S. studios, the remakes business has expanded in the past few years, attracting a fresh breed of industryites looking to explore diverse international grounds.
Remakes of a trio of the most successful Jerry Lewis comedies from his heyday during the '60s -- "The Bellboy," "Cinderfella" and "The Family Jewels" -- are headed for the bigscreen.
Studios have gone back to the future as they develop their upcoming slates, eyeing a slew of hits from the 1980s to remake, reboot or reimagine. The irony is that "Back to the Future" isn't one of…