Steven Spielberg is reported to be interested in working with Chinese director Zhang Yimou on an int'l Chinese film. The two previously tried to team up on the 2008 Olympic Games ceremonies.
The bells of Notre Dame are starting to ring as “Hero” helmer Zhang Yimou is in talks to direct “Quasimodo” for Warner Bros. The film has been in development for Warners for some time with Josh…
Broadway director Michael Mayer ("Spring Awakening," "American Idiot") takes on his first opera with the Met's new "Rigoletto," which he relocates from 16th-century Mantua to Rat Pack-era Las Vegas.
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Devotees of "Les Miserables" will experience something never before seen or heard on stage or on film in Hugh Jackman's performance of Jean Valjean.
Whether referencing the source or past pic portrayals, thesps tap into motivation
With "The Great Gatsby" and "The Life of Pi" both moving out of the Christmas day slot, Universal has decided to take advantage of the opening by moving "Les Miserables" to the Dec. 25 slot.
Less faithful to its source material and more concerned with delivering the goods visually, this handsome, studio-shot pic, somewhat ironically, lacks genuine pathos in telling its tale of how…
Makers view acting and singing as inseparable in quest for authenticity
The sheer length of Victor Hugo's doorstopper of a French Revolution saga didn't stop "Les Miserables" from being a stage sensation. Charles Dickens' similarly themed novel "A Tale of Two Cities" is…
George Blagden will play Grantaire in Universal's "Les Miserables," starring Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe.
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