Jeff Bridges has joined the cast of Bob Weide's comedy "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People" in the key role of Clayton Harding, a Gotham magazine editor closely modeled on Vanity Fair's Graydon…
A collection of Korean producers has launched an org designed to help foreign movies shoot in South Korea.
Universal's "Hellboy 2" is to be the first U.S. production to shoot at newly built Korda Studios in Hungary with principal photography to kick off in June.
The John Pilger documentary, "The War on Democracy," has been sold by Paris-based Coach 14 to Lionsgate for the U.K. and Hopscotch for Australia and New Zealand.
Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media will fund and produce a movie about Mary Queen of Scots with Scarlett Johansson attached.
New Line Cinema has twitched for "The Sick House" a British horror movie about a man trapped in an abandoned hospital and preyed upon by an ancient incarnation of the plague.
Thailand's Sahamongkolfilm Intl. has struck a low seven figures deal with Germany's Splendid Films for muay thai martial arts actioner "Ong bak 2."
Revolver has picked up U.K. rights to "The Workshop," Jamie Morgan's documentary about the 10 days he spent at a group therapy and sex workshop in California.
After its English language debut with Francois Ozon's "Angel," French shingle Fidelite is prepping a series of English-language pics with the likes of "Black Book" star Carice Van Houten, "Lost's"…
New Italian production outfit First Sun has acquired the rights to remake Dario Argento's classic 1977 horror movie "Suspiria" as an English-language film.
A self-absorbed teen learns to respect her parents' hard work and devotion in "The Schoolgirl's Diary," a well-lensed and largely underplayed North Korean dramedy whose curiosity value could be…