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"Argo," "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Django Unchained" are among the Producers Guild of America's nominees for Best Picture of 2012.
Two-time Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro is to be honored at the Hollywood Film Awards for his work in David O. Russell's movie "Silver Linings Playbook."
Production on the third romantic comedy about British spinster Bridget Jones has been delayed, not scrapped, the film's producers said.
Britain's Department for Culture, Media and Sport has announced plans to abolish the U.K. Film Council as a cost-cutting measure, the BBC said Monday.
U.S. firm Universal Pictures and Britain's Working Title Films say they signed a two-picture deal with Joe Wright, the British director who helmed "Atonement."
Kevin Bacon has joined the cast of the Hollywood adaptation of the Tony award-nominated play "Frost/Nixon." The play is based on a series of televised interviews that David Frost had with former President Nixon in 1977.
Julia Roberts announced at France's Cannes Film Festival that she is once again teaming up with Working Title Films for a new untitled project.
Working Title productions officers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, based in London, reached a seven-year contract with California-based Universal Studio. While no major changes at Working Title are planned, Fellner said he'd like to expand the company's prod
British filmmakers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner reportedly were set to renew their relationship with Hollywood's Universal Pictures.
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