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France’s Wild Bunch Sets up Stand-Alone Film Sales Group

France's Wild Bunch has spun off its international sales operation as a stand-alone group, which co-founder Vincent Maraval will run.

James Corden Stages ‘Les Mis’ Crosswalk Musical in Paris

In a continuation of the lively segment "Crosswalk the Musical," 'Late Late Show' host James Corden and his theater troupe performed songs from 'Les Miserables' against the backdrop of the Arc de…

David Oyelowo on ‘Les Miserables,’ Making Directorial Debut With Oprah Winfrey

David Oyelowo talks about executive producing and starring on PBS' six-part 'Les Miserables' miniseries and developing his directorial debut, 'The Water Man,' a fantasy drama co-produced by Oprah…

Cannes: Amazon Nabs ‘Les Miserables’ for $1.5 Million

Amazon Studios has acquired U.S. rights to the French-language drama 'Les Miserables.' A source pegged the deal at $1.5 million.

‘Les Miserables’: TV Review

A star-studded cast led by Dominic West, David Oyelowo, Olivia Colman and Lily Collins helps Andrew Davies restore some of the nuance to Victor Hugo's epic classic 'Les Miserables.'

TV Trailer Watch: PBS’ Star-Packed ‘Les Miserables’

The Hollywood Reporter puts the spotlight on TV series that may fly under the radar, including a star-packed PBS adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel 'Les Miserables.'

Dominic West Set for CanneSeries’ Excellence Award

Cannes' nascent TV festival CanneSeries will honor Dominic West with its first excellence award on Oc during MIPCOM.

Broadway Performers to Protest Outside White House

Rosie O'Donnell and castmembers from some of Broadway's biggest musicals plan to serenade President Donald Trump on Monday — but from outside the White House in protest.

Toronto Film Fest to Tackle Trump-Era Moviemaking, Hollywood Gender Gap

TIFF's official industry conference will debate the impact of the U.S. president's Muslim travel ban on U.S. award shows and festival premieres.

Berlin: Political Hot-Button Films Set Love Stories to Ukraine Famine, Racially Charged Israel

Samantha Barks tells THR of shooting 'Bitter Harvest' in war-ravaged Ukraine, as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict film 'Junction 48' also debuts at the fest.

Michael Burgess, Canadian ‘Les Miserables’ Star, Dies at 70

The tenor and TV actor played Jean Valjean in more than 1,000 Toronto live stage productions.

‘Les Miserables’ Actor Who Died After Falling Off Fire Escape Mourned at Central Park Memorial

The first African-American and youngest person to play the role of Jean Valjean in the Broadway musical fell to the ground from the fourth floor of a Brooklyn apartment building.