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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/25/09 to 09/27/09
    Monday September 28th 2009

    FilmTotalCloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Sony$25,038,803Surrogates, BV$14,902,692Fame (2009), MGM$10,011,682The Informant!, WB$6,624,085Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself, LGF$4,759,833Pandorum, Over.$4,424,126Love Happens, Uni.$4,307,980Jennifer’s Body, Fox$3,664,5599, Focus$2,959,231Inglourious Basterds, Wein.$2,683,198

  • Ramsay cooks up animated series with Toronto studio
    Monday September 28th 2009

    Celeb chef Gordon Ramsay is already a pretty cartoonish character. Now he’s set to be the star of his own stop-motion animation series after striking a deal with Toronto-based animation house Cuppa Coffee Studios. The project will be shopped to buyers at next month’s Mipcom international TV sales confab in Cannes.

  • Quebec crowds in hysterics over ‘Fathers and Guns’
    Monday September 28th 2009

    Canuck French-language action-comedy “Fathers and Guns” — “De Pere en flic,” en francais — is one of the most successful local films ever in the mostly French-speaking province of Quebec. But its record-breaking success has many in the biz here scratching their heads. All agree it is an efficient commercial[…]

  • Director Roman Polanski arrested
    Sunday September 27th 2009

    Director Roman Polanski was arrested by the police on Saturday after flying into Switzerland for the Zurich Film Festival — now the biggest question is whether he will be extradited to the U.S. for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Polanski was scheduled to receive the fest’s Golden[…]

  • TV buyers, top talent set to shore up at Mipcom
    Friday September 25th 2009

    For organizers of the 25th edition of Mipcom, the focus this year won’t be on who isn’t coming. With more than 12,000 registered participants, 4,000 TV buyers and top talent like Jerry Seinfeld and Matt Groening all traveling to Cannes for the annual audiovisual content tradeshow, confab officials can’t help but take a glass-half-full attitude.

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Archives for: September 20095
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/25/09 to 09/27/09
    Monday September 28th 2009

    FilmTotalCloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Sony$25,038,803Surrogates, BV$14,902,692Fame (2009), MGM$10,011,682The Informant!, WB$6,624,085Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself, LGF$4,759,833Pandorum, Over.$4,424,126Love Happens, Uni.$4,307,980Jennifer’s Body, Fox$3,664,5599, Focus$2,959,231Inglourious Basterds, Wein.$2,683,198

  • Ramsay cooks up animated series with Toronto studio
    Monday September 28th 2009

    Celeb chef Gordon Ramsay is already a pretty cartoonish character. Now he’s set to be the star of his own stop-motion animation series after striking a deal with Toronto-based animation house Cuppa Coffee Studios. The project will be shopped to buyers at next month’s Mipcom international TV sales confab in Cannes.

  • Quebec crowds in hysterics over ‘Fathers and Guns’
    Monday September 28th 2009

    Canuck French-language action-comedy “Fathers and Guns” — “De Pere en flic,” en francais — is one of the most successful local films ever in the mostly French-speaking province of Quebec. But its record-breaking success has many in the biz here scratching their heads. All agree it is an efficient commercial[…]

  • Director Roman Polanski arrested
    Sunday September 27th 2009

    Director Roman Polanski was arrested by the police on Saturday after flying into Switzerland for the Zurich Film Festival — now the biggest question is whether he will be extradited to the U.S. for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Polanski was scheduled to receive the fest’s Golden[…]

  • TV buyers, top talent set to shore up at Mipcom
    Friday September 25th 2009

    For organizers of the 25th edition of Mipcom, the focus this year won’t be on who isn’t coming. With more than 12,000 registered participants, 4,000 TV buyers and top talent like Jerry Seinfeld and Matt Groening all traveling to Cannes for the annual audiovisual content tradeshow, confab officials can’t help but take a glass-half-full attitude.

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Archives for: September 20095
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/25/09 to 09/27/09
    Monday September 28th 2009

    FilmTotalCloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Sony$25,038,803Surrogates, BV$14,902,692Fame (2009), MGM$10,011,682The Informant!, WB$6,624,085Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself, LGF$4,759,833Pandorum, Over.$4,424,126Love Happens, Uni.$4,307,980Jennifer’s Body, Fox$3,664,5599, Focus$2,959,231Inglourious Basterds, Wein.$2,683,198

  • Ramsay cooks up animated series with Toronto studio
    Monday September 28th 2009

    Celeb chef Gordon Ramsay is already a pretty cartoonish character. Now he’s set to be the star of his own stop-motion animation series after striking a deal with Toronto-based animation house Cuppa Coffee Studios. The project will be shopped to buyers at next month’s Mipcom international TV sales confab in Cannes.

  • Quebec crowds in hysterics over ‘Fathers and Guns’
    Monday September 28th 2009

    Canuck French-language action-comedy “Fathers and Guns” — “De Pere en flic,” en francais — is one of the most successful local films ever in the mostly French-speaking province of Quebec. But its record-breaking success has many in the biz here scratching their heads. All agree it is an efficient commercial[…]

  • Director Roman Polanski arrested
    Sunday September 27th 2009

    Director Roman Polanski was arrested by the police on Saturday after flying into Switzerland for the Zurich Film Festival — now the biggest question is whether he will be extradited to the U.S. for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Polanski was scheduled to receive the fest’s Golden[…]

  • TV buyers, top talent set to shore up at Mipcom
    Friday September 25th 2009

    For organizers of the 25th edition of Mipcom, the focus this year won’t be on who isn’t coming. With more than 12,000 registered participants, 4,000 TV buyers and top talent like Jerry Seinfeld and Matt Groening all traveling to Cannes for the annual audiovisual content tradeshow, confab officials can’t help but take a glass-half-full attitude.

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