Korean helmer Kwak Kyung-taek is set to make the country's first 3D live-action film.
Sony Pictures Television has upped Russell Kline to senior VP of channel operations, Latin America.
Charlize Theron is revving up for "Mad Max: Fury Road," with producer-director George Miller set to start filming next August in Australia.
Film Movement has acquired North American rights to "The Wind Journeys," Colombia's submission for Oscar's foreign-language film category, and set a spring theatrical release.
The BBC has unveiled plans to slash 25% from the salary bill of senior staff, resulting in the loss of 18% of management posts and a freeze on exec pay.
Nintendo's bottom line has taken a beating from plunging sales and the recent price cut on its popular Wii console.
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"This Is It" grossed $20.1 million in its first day at the worldwide box office.
Subscriptions to Orange TV's French premium pay TV services Orange Sport and Orange Cinema Series rose 50% to 596,000 through Sept. 30.