Swedish distribs have been mopping up Cannes buzz titles.
Lindsay Lohan has asked to remain in the indie project "Poor Things" despite having entered rehab. "Poor Things" producers Shirley MacLaine and Rob Hickman are revamping the shooting schedule to…
After years of making some of RTL Television's most successful series, stuntman-turned-producer Hermann Joha of Cologne-based shingle Action Image is producing an English-language action pic for…
Universal and Warner Bros. are conjuring a massive Harry Potter attraction to debut before the last installment of J.K. Rowling's monster lit franchise hits the bigscreen.
Helen Mirren may be swapping Buckingham Palace for the Gaza Strip for her next leading role. The thesp is attached to star as a Jewish woman whose journo daughter falls in love with a Palestinian and…
Plural Ent., the production subsid of Spanish media giant Prisa, is teaming with Argentina's Jempsa to create a new Buenos Aires-based production house, making upscale, high-end movies and TV…
Paramount Home Entertainment Intl. has tapped Don Hunton to become exec VP and general manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Hunton was previously senior VP for Asia Pacific, U.K. and Ireland.
EuropaCorp, the Paris-based production company founded by director Luc Besson, is to float on the Paris Stock Exchange.
Harry Potter will be back two days earlier than scheduled as Warner Bros. has moved the U.S. opening of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" from July 13 to July 11.
Miramax Films and producer Scott Rudin have locked the "Half Nelson" team of Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden to adapt the Marisha Pessl novel "Special Topics in Calamity Physics."
On the heels of the breakout success of Warner's "300," Avi Lerner's Millennium Films is delving into the live-action sword-and-sandals genre, developing a Hercules feature.