TLA takes David Cholewa's genre film for U.K., France and Anne Zohra Berrached's gay drama for multiple European territories. More »Cannes: TLA Releasing Grabs 'Dead Shadows,' 'Two Mothers'
Sweden's iVast joins the director's follow up to "Pina" as a co-producer. More »Cannes: Wim Wenders Will Avoid Baz-matazz on 3D Drama 'Every Thing Will Be Fine'
China's top actress, who stars in the upcoming "X-Men: Days of Future Past," was named International Artist of the Year. More »Cannes: THR and Jimmy Choo Honor Fan Bingbing at Martinez Fete
The company has acquired U.S. rights to "My Cross to Bear," which is being produced by Unclaimed Freight’s Randall Miller and Jody Savin. More »Cannes: Open Road to Distribute Gregg Allman Biopic
Among the finalists praising the departing judge on the season 12 finale red carpet: season six's Blake Lewis and Chris Richardson, season nine's Lee DeWyze and season 11's Jessica Sanchez. More »'American Idol' Without Randy Jackson? Alums Weigh In (Video)
An international event for first and second filmmakers named Qumra will launch March 2014, steered by newly-appointed artistic advisor and filmmaker Elia Suleiman. More »Cannes: Doha Film Institute Plans Two Festivals
Sierra/Affinity has sold distribution rights in more than 20 territories. More »Cannes: Foreign Buyers Flock to Ryan Gosling's 'How to Catch a Monster'
Sahamongkolfilm International's 3D action vehicle, which will be the highest budget Thai film ever made, has also been sold throughout Aisa. More »Cannes: Mongolia Picks Up Tony Jaa's 'The Protector 2' for U.S
Dutch director Mike van Diem won the 1998 foreign film Oscar for "Karakter." More »Cannes: Content Takes Worldwide Sales Rights to 'The Surprise'
Sean Ellis' thriller, set in the Philippines, won the audience award for world dramatic cinema at this year's Sundance. More »Cannes: 108 Media/Paladin Take U.S. Rights to 'Metro Manila'
The acclaimed director will be awarded the Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters for his efforts in promoting Indian cinema globally. More »Cannes: Anurag Kashyap to Be Conferred French Honor
Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner and Steve Carell add a few more quips in the latest teaser for the sequel. More »'Anchorman 2' Teaser: News Team Offers One-Liners (Video)
Due to weather, the private party will now take place in the ballroom at the Martinez hotel. More »Cannes: Tonight's Hollywood Reporter/Jimmy Choo Party for Fan Bingbing Moved to the Martinez
Overseas, "Fast & Furious 6" scores the top opening day ever for Universal in the U.K. and Ireland; "The Great Gatsby" also starts rolling out overseas. More »Box Office Report: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' on Course for $83 Million Debut
The project will be directed by Andy Morahan and scripted and produced by Nicholas Sercombe. More »Cannes: Shoreline Touts Brendan Fraser Comedy Western 'With the Outlaws'
Derek Jacobi stars in the film, directed by Paul Schoolman. More »Cannes: D Street Releasing Takes 'Jail Caesar'
Industry players are frantically moving events indoors and off the beach, but cold and rain on the Croisette hasn't dampened the Cannes party spirit. More »Cannes Washout: Rain-Drenched Glamour on the Cote d'Azur
He was considered one of his generation’s most talented directors. More »Russian Director Alexei Balabanov Dies at 54
VISTA, Calif. (AP) — The lawyer for a California heavy metal singer accused of trying to hire someone to kill his estranged wife says the singer's mind has been ravaged by steroid use. More »Lawyer for accused singer: steroids had ill effect
“Every day is A.C. Lyles Day,” asserted Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge to a well-attended 95th birthday lunch Friday for the Paramount exec at Musso and Frank’s in Hollywood. LaBonge, who reps … More »Paramount’s Longest Employee A.C. Lyles Celebrates 95th Birthday With Mickey Rooney, Buzz Aldrin
The board members of Yahoo are reportedly going on a shopping spree this weekend. More »Yahoo Considering $1.1 Billion Purchase of Tumblr (Report)
"The Great Gatsby" had all the makings of a flop. Warner Bros. delayed the movie's release because it wanted to reshoot certain scenes. Its new date landed the film between "Iron Man 3" and "Star Trek … More »Why 'The Great Gatsby' Reveals a Huge Divide Between Hollywood and Its Fans (Video)
What do Yahoo, Amazon, Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, the Chernin Group and Guggenheim Partners all have in common? More »How Many Different Companies Can Bid on Hulu? Too Many
(Reuters) - Ever wondered what went through author J.K. Rowling's mind when she wrote the first "Harry Potter" novel? Fans of books about the boy wizard will have a chance to bid on a unique first edition … More »"Harry Potter" first edition annotated by author up for auction