Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. First off, I've been away the past day or so on assignment and then a bit under the weather."Family Guy" Goes GOP: Karl Rove and Rush…
Universal Pictures has acquired "Criminal Macabre," the Dark Horse Entertainment comicbook miniseries created by Steve Niles. Kyle Ward has been set to write the script.
Twenty years after pay TV began in Brazil, industryites gathered in Sao Paulo for annual trade confab ABTA, which wrapped three days of events on Thursday, and they had something to celebrate…
Brit thesp Mark Rylance has stepped into the cast of the upcoming West End revival of Samuel Beckett's "Endgame," directed by Simon McBurney, who will now also appear as an actor in the production.
IFC Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Andrea Arnold's "Fish Tank," a coming-of-age drama starring Kate Jarvis.
The world preems of Natalie Portman starrer "Love and Other Impossible Pursuits" and Demi Moore starrer "The Joneses" are among seven galas and 12 special presentations announced by the Toronto Film…
The Sarajevo Film Festival will host the first regional forum on the state of the film industry in southeast Europe.
Munich media mogul Herbert Kloiber has upped his stake in leading German exhib chain Cinemaxx from just under 50% to 69%, giving him majority control of one of country's biggest multiplex operators.
Martina Niland of Dublin-based Samson Films, who scored a hit with the microbudget pic "Once," is producing "Snap."
What's a name worth? About $362.3 million, according to News Corp.