The Brit Awards -- the U.K. music industry's big night out -- shared the love on Wednesday, with three bands picking up a brace of awards each.
Jack Johnson's "Sleep Through the Static" held onto the top slot on the nation's album sales chart as the effects of the Grammy Awards telecast led to a minor shakeup in the top 10.
New U.K. distrib Worldwide Bonus Entertainment has launched with a five pic deal with shingle Rovinge Motion Picture Company.
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Orlando Bloom, Alfred Molina and Sally Hawkins, who won a Silver Bear in Berlin for "Happy-Go-Lucky," have joined the cast of Lone Scherfig's "An Education," a coming-of-ager set in 1960s London.
Elisabeth Murdoch and Gail Egan have joined the board of the U.K. Film Council.
Toon pic "Gnomes and Trolls" and its sequel sold to 12 territories at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Flashy garb took the honors at the 10th annual Costume Designers Guild awards, where top costuming kudos went to"Sweeney Todd," "The Golden Compass" and "Blades of Glory."
Roland Emmerich is ready to wreak havoc on the planet, and once again, multiple studios are vying to go along for the ride.
Kelsey Grammer will reprise the role of Ebenezer Scrooge for the indie satire "An American Carol," directed by "Scary Movie 4" helmer David Zucker.
He doesn't exactly speak with a brogue. But James L. Brooks is all Irish as far as the U.S.-Ireland Alliance is concerned.
To theater fans, Irish actress Fiona Shaw embodies the magic of the stage. But to most Americans, Shaw's role as Aunt Petunia in the "Harry Potter" films embodies the dreary, nonmagical Muggles of…