U.K.-based sales company Celsius Entertainment has picked up international rights for the feature-length adaptation of "Freakonomics," the bestselling book by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner…
Continuing a productive relationship with the Sundance Film Festival, Celluloid Dreams has picked up international rights outside North America to Jonathan Levine's Sundance Dramatic Audience Award…
Egypt's greatest living thesp Omar Sharif and biggest box office draw Adel Imam are teaming up for the first time in "Hassan and Morcoss," a laffer that pokes fun at religious bigotry.
Scribe Christopher McQuarrie has inked a first-look pact with United Artists.
A straight-laced bookkeeper and a devil-may-care actress past her prime teach each other lessons in "Tiramisu."
Screen Media Ventures has acquired world rights to "Turn The River," a pool hall drama helmed by thesp Chris Eigemen ("The Treatment") starring Famke Janssen, Rip Torn and Terry Kinney.
Baby Bash and Chingo Bling, two rising Latin rappers, will make their crossover into Hollywood in the comedy "Primos," which will also star Danny Trejo (upcoming "Sin City 2").
Bruce Beresford is helming an indie drama now filming in China and Australia about a Chinese ballet dancer chosen to train at Madam Mao's Beijing Dance Academy.
The closer you listen, the more terrifying "No Country for Old Men" becomes. That's because in scenes so quiet as to be almost completely silent (save for the low, ghostly howl of the West Texas…
Never before have CG creatures gotten quite the closeup they received in "Surf's Up."
The West End production of "Hairspray" has broken all Laurence Olivier Award records with 11 nominations, the highest number of nods ever received by a show in the 32-year history of London's leading…