Sony is ramping up “My Wife Hates Your Wife,” tapping the writing team of Jonathan Keasey and Brant Boivin to come on board the long-in-development comedy at Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment…
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Pathe Intl. has revealed a raft of sales on its Cannes slate, including Jerome Salle's thriller "Zulu," which closes the fest. "Zulu" was picked up by Japan (Klockworx), Brazil (Europa), Scandinavia…
Paris-based sales agent Other Angle is celebrating its fifth birthday at Cannes with a flurry of deals across its slate, and a pickup. “The Big Bad Wolf,” a French comedy starring Benoit Poelvoorde…
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$27.7M Sony / Screen Gems 13.13%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$778,903 Cumulative:$307.3M Disney 34.56%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$703,203 Cumulative:$17.1M Warner Brothers 34.59%
Los Angeles' annual accent on French cinema, the City of Lights, City of Angels film festival, will kick off an eight-day run of new Gallic pics with the North American premiere of "It Happened in…
Just under a fortnight after Wild Bunch boss Vincent Maraval's explosive editorial slamming the French star system for inflating pic budgets, the industry is poised to re-examine its sacrosanct film…
Hollywood films continue surge at the overseas box office, but local pics held their own in territories including France and Japan. In fast-growing China and India, local production is strong but…
Omar Sy, who grew up in the projects, had made a dozen films before being offered his first leading role in the French box-office sensation "The Intouchables."
Another high-concept romantic comedy from "Heartbreaker" helmer Pascal Chaumeil, this good-looking but structurally problematic pic trots the globe as Diane Kruger tries to convince travel writer…
BERLIN -- Senator Film is stocking up on Gallic laffers following its success with "The Intouchables" while also betting on high-profile English-language films.
The quirky postal workers of "Welcome to the South" reverse direction, arriving with more quirk yet less zing in helmer Luca Miniero's follow-up, "Welcome to the North."