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‘Push’ comes to Lionsgate

Lionsgate has acquired North American rights to "Push: Based on the Novel by Sapphire," which took the grand jury and audience prizes last month at Sundance.

‘Elite’ helmer pledged for Universal’s ‘Sigma’

Universal has found a director for its international thriller "The Sigma Protocol": Berlin prize winner Jose Padilha.

Three late sales at Sundance fest

A trio of sales went down as the Sundance Film Festival wrapped in Park City.

IFC Films swoops in on ‘Loop’

With typical patience and frugality, IFC Films added another Sundance Film Festival acquisition to its roster Thursday when it picked up U.S. distribution rights to the political farce "In the Loop."

Sundance was sneakily good

This go-round, the Sundance Film Festival, which wraps this weekend, looked a lot like the movies it screened: surprising, quality-filled and not as depressing as some expected.

Sundance sees flurry of pic deals

The specialty divisions of the Hollywood studios have begun rattling their pocket change at the Sundance Film Festival. Sort of.

‘Dynamite,’ then quiet

For a brief moment Monday, it looked like the sales action was picking up at the Sundance Film Festival. Then the moment passed.

Sales stuck in Park City

The Sundance sales market took a brief spin around the ballroom during the weekend, even as many of its larger players maintained their recent positions along the wall.

Sundance sets sail amid storm clouds

With a tough economy, a presidential inauguration and the specter of Proposition 8 protests hovering over Sundance, festival leaders Thursday stressed the event's importance and survival, even in difficult times.


A star-studded cop drama like "Brooklyn's Finest"? A high-profile animated opening-night film like "Mary & Max"? Jim Carrey's turn as a gay man in "I Love You Philip Morris"?

Fraser takes role in CBS Films’ first

CBS Films has greenlighted its first movie, bringing on Brendan Fraser to star opposite Harrison Ford in a medical drama and setting an early April start date.

Practiced in the art of ‘Karate’

Jackie Chan soon could be mentoring a karate kid. The martial arts star is in negotiations to star in Columbia's remake of "The Karate Kid." He would take on the role of mentor Mr. Miyagi, made famous by Pat Morita in the original franchise.