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  • NBCUniversal Sets Global Launch for 'Sharknado 2′

    The rest of the world can breathe easy -- NBCUniversal won't make overseas viewers wait for "Sharknado 2." The Peacock plans a day-and-date launch for the sequel to the goofy Syfy pic that went into the pop culture stratosphere last summer. "Sharknado 2"...
  • CANNES: Bill Murray's 'Rock the Kasbah' Sells to Sony for International Territories

    Bill Murray's upcoming comedy "Rock the Kasbah" has scored sales from QED to Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions for the U.K., Latin America, Spain and Eastern Europe. Bill Block's QED launched foreign sales at the European Film Market. Production...
  • CANNES: 'Refugiado' Sells To France and Argentina (EXCLUSIVE)

    CANNES- Diego Lerman's "Refugiado," which world-premieres at Cannes' Directors' Fortnight, has been acquired by Patagonik and Disney for Argentina and Haut et Court for France. Campo Cine, which led produced the movie, closed the deal with Patagonik and...
  • CANNES: Steve Carell Talks About his Prosthetic Nose in 'Foxcatcher'

    Steve Carell's long road to next year's Oscars ceremony started in Cannes this week, when he wowed critics with his performance as schizophrenic millionaire John du Pont in Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher." On Tuesday, Sony Pictures Classics hosted a lunch...
  • 'Magic' Sells to U.S. as 'Macbeth,' 'Legend,' 'Bastille Day' Power Studiocanal To Cannes Sales Record (EXCLUSIVE)

    Announcing its fifth U.S. sale in three weeks -- Shout! Factory's pickup on 3D toon pic "The House of Magic" -- Studiocanal, Europe's biggest film production-distribution force, has had its best Cannes ever. Record Croisette sales drivers included...
  • Faith-based 'The Song' Gets U.S. Distribution

    Looking to appeal to faith-based audiences, Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. rights to City on a Hill Studio's music-driven love story "The Song." The film stars Alan Powell of the group Anthem Lights, Caitlin Nicol-Thomas ("Nashville") and Ali...
  • Watch: Trailer for Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight' With Colin Firth, Emma Stone

    If the first trailer for Woody Allen's latest, "Magic in the Moonlight," is any indication, the France-set drama is lighter fare than last year's "Blue Jasmine," bringing back the Allen romcom. The trailer, released Wednesday, shows Emma Stone as a...
  • Why Google Wants to Hitch Twitch and YouTube

    Google is poised to get its mitts on Twitch. But the billion-dollar acquisition isn't just about live-streaming videogame play, as robust as Twitch's large and fast-growing audience is. In the long run, the deal would pave the way for YouTube to...
  • Young Actors Line Up for the Chloe Moretz Movie 'The Fifth Wave'

    Sony continues the search for potential new franchises, with one possibility being sci-fi pic "The Fifth Wave" starring Chloe Moretz, which is gearing up for production with a handful of young actors expected to test with Moretz this weekend. Sources...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Coming Home'

    Filmmaking doesn't get more traditional or timeless than Chinese master Zhang Yimou's "Coming Home," a family drama of guilt, love and reconciliation set during the aftermath of the Cultural Revolution. Heartbreaking in its depiction of ordinary lives...
  • Sony Corp. Vows to Triple Operating Profit by 2016

    TOKYO -- Sony Corp. president-CEO Kazuo Hirai announced at a strategy briefing Thursday that the troubled electronics giant intends to triple its operating profit to 400 billion yen ($3.95 billion) by the 2015 fiscal year ending in March 2016. Hirai's...