The screen has been good to Glenn Close, but her acting career started onstage, where her accolades include three Tonys, most recently for her 1994 turn in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard."
Writer/director David O. Russell has signed with CAA.
"'Til Death" is very much alive. Fox has given a 22-episode order to bring back the Brad Garrett/Joely Fisher comedy next season.
On the label it says Blighty soccer player. But add David Beckham's global sponsorship appeal, a pushy, former popstar wife in Posh Spice Victoria, and a host of A-list showbiz friends and you have…
As diplomatic efforts to end Israel's military campaign against Palestinian militant group Hamas in Gaza gather pace, the media war to control the message has ramped up.
"Credit crunch," "cash flow," "recession": Such buzz words, rather than buzz titles, threaten to overshadow the 11th Unifrance Rendez-Vous With French Cinema.
Though endlessly debated, including by its own committees, Unifrance remains Europe's most-esteemed film promotion org. And its $12.5 million budget is the envy of film exporters over Europe. In…
Vet actor Provost has been propelled into the international spotlight with "Seraphine," a biopic of painter Seraphine de Senlis that Provost wrote and directed. Pic's kudos count includes the Louis…
Sobelman has scored this year with European co-productions, such as Solveig Anspach's funky Icelandic road movie "Back Soon," which closed Locarno, winning Variety's Piazza Grande Award.
December's big-budget comic adaptation "Largo Winch" is a major step up for Gastaldo. "I've always wanted to handle this type of heavyweight film," says Gastaldo, who's already prepping a sequel. "I…
Frederic Corvez launched U Media in 2004, distributing catalog pics in Gaul before turning it into an international sales shingle last summer, repping a wide variety of foreign arthouse and French…