Hugh Jackman is set to join South Korea's Jeon Ji-Hyunand and Chinese thesp Li Bingbing in helmer Wayne Wang's "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan," according to local reports.
Ann Stock, VP of institutional affairs at the Kennedy Center, is one step closer to becoming assistant secretary of state for educational and cultural Affairs, a post to which she was recently…
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Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group has acquired all U.S. rights to the inner-city dance pic "Beat the World."
Stereo Pictures, a Korean company with an American branch led by former Warner execs, is converting "Cats and Dogs 2" to 3D for July release.
Bollywood multihyphenate Tahir Hussain, who produced 1970s hits such as "Caravan," died Tuesday in Mumbai, India, following a heart attack. He was the father of thesp Aamir Khan ("Lagaan").
Edinburgh Fringe Festival hit "A Life in Three Acts" will get a New York run next month at Arts at St. Ann's in Brooklyn.
Prosecutors plan to charge Michael Jackson's doctor with manslaughter rather than take the case to a grand jury.
CBS' Tuesday pilot orders included "ATF," a crime drama from writer/director Michael Dinner, as well as "Quinn-Tuplets," a drama about five adults whose lives have been chronicled since birth.
The 23rd European Film Awards will launch the production designer and editor award categories at the next ceremony in Tallinn, Estonia, on Dec. 4.
Adolfo Blanco, one of Spain's most seasoned film execs, is returning to the frontline -- launching arthouse distribution shingle A Contracorriente Films.
News Corp. topper Rupert Murdoch was jubilant Tuesday amid signs a brutal economic slump that's hammered the media business for the better part of two years may be coming to an end.