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  1. Hugh Grant Joins 'Paddington 2'

    12:46 am 10/18/2016

    Brendan Gleeson has also boarded the sequel to StudioCanal's box-office smash.Read more

  2. Third 'Paddington' Film Planned as Studiocanal Acquires Brand

    7:56 am 6/20/2016

    The 2015 film based on the British children's series, which Studiocanal produced, grossed $290 million worldwide. Read more

  3. Studiocanal Hires Exec, Expands U.K. CEO's Role Amid International Growth

    3:10 am 3/30/2016

    Matthew Gledhill joins the team behind last year's smash-hit 'Paddington,' while Danny Perkins now oversees all U.K. production.Read more

  4. Japan Box Office: 'Star Wars' Knocked Off Top Spot, Passes $80M

    2:57 am 1/25/2016

    Time-travel samurai film 'Nobunaga Concerto' wins the weekend with a $5.2 million bow. Read more

  5. Japan Box Office: 'Star Wars' Stays No. 1, Nears $75M

    4:14 am 1/18/2016

    Elsewhere, 'Spectre' overtakes 'Skyfall' to become the highest-grossing James Bond film in Japan in local currency terms. Read more

  6. 'Minions,' 'Paddington' Among Winners at BAFTA Children's Awards

    1:42 am 11/23/2015

    DisneyXD animated series 'Gravity Falls' won the best international show award at the annual event. Read more

  7. 'Ex Machina,' 'Paddington' Make European Film Awards Long List Selections

    7:52 am 9/8/2015

    Festival and awards favorites, including 'The Lobster,' '45 Years' and 'Victoria' are among the titles in the running for Europe's answer to the Oscars. Read more

  8. 'Home,' 'Paddington' Among Siggraph Computer Animation Fest Honorees

    4:23 pm 6/4/2015

    'Citius, Altius, Fortius' named best in show.Read more

  9. Cannes: Ben Whishaw Hints at 2016 'Paddington' Sequel

    3:18 am 5/15/2015

    The British actor voiced the Peruvian bear in the $250 million-topping first film.Read more

  10. 'The Hobbit,' 'Hunger Games' Sequels Save 2014 European Box Office From Recession

    3:16 am 5/5/2015

    Cinema revenue rises minimally, Hollywood market share falls, but the market share for European films hits a record high.Read more

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