Yoko Minamida, a major star in the 1950s and 1960s who later developed a thriving second career in TV, died in Tokyo on Oct. 21. She was 76. The cause of death was subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Austria broke the 1 million mark for cinema ticket sales for the first time ever this year, crossing the magic barrier with more than two months to spare, Austria's Film Institute said on Thursday.
Mike Medavoy and FremantleMedia Enterprises are collaborating on a multiplatform franchise with the working title "Dinosaurs Resurrected."
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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