GUADALAJARA – Paris-based Wide, headed by Loic Magneron, has licensed Germany and Austria on "Heimatland" ("Wonderland") having already closed France on a calling card for the talents and dissidence…
Paris-based Wide, headed by Loic Magneron, has clinched first sales on "I Am Nojoom Age 10 and Divorced," the 2014 Dubai Fest best fiction film winner. Deals for U.S. distribution with Film Movement…
LOCARNO – "Tikkun," "Schneider vs. Bax," "Wonderful" lead early business announcements at an ever busier Locarno Fest Industry Days, now packed with a full roster of events, where Philippe Le Guay's…
“The Muppets” director James Bobin is in early talks with Disney to helm its sequel to “Alice in Wonderland.” Bobin is currently lensing the Mouse House’s “The Muppets … Again!” Linda Woolverton is…
OCD bunnies, lovelorn Djins and insanity mark the sneak peak of the Alphabet’s “Once Upon a Time” spin-off, which follows the adventures of a mature Alice as she goes back down the rabbit hole to…
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NBC has ordered a pilot for "Alice in Wonderland"-inspired project "Wonderland" from "CSI" creator Anthony Zuiker.
As the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination approaches, the mystery surrounding the murder has inspired another indie movie, as Tommy Alastra and Joe Mundo of 13th Sign…
Disney wants Alice to return to Wonderland.
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There is a distinct lack of wonder in "Wonderland," the new Frank Wildhorn musical at the Marquis.
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