GREAT BOX-OFFICE RESULTS FOR STUDIOCANAL IN FRANCE
BRIDGET JONES' BABY by Sharon Maguire, with Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey, attracted 2 million moviegoers in France.
The first movie of the Palmashow LA FOLLE HISTOIRE DE MAX ET LEON, directed by Jonathan Barré with Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais reached over 1 million French viewers
FROM THE LAND OF THE MOON by Nicole Garcia with Marion Cotillard and Louis Garrel was both critically and publicly praised.
The legendary DON'T LOOK NOW WE'RE BEING SHOT AT by Gérard Oury, with Louis de Funès and Bourvil became the 3rd biggest re-release of the past 15 years.
STUDIOCANAL ANNOUNCES FOUR PICTURE DEAL WITH PARKES+MACDONALD/IMAGE NATION
STUDIOCANAL announces a four picture development deal with Parkes+MacDonald, in association with ImageNation Abu Dhabi. The three companies had previously worked together on the French release of the Oscar winning documentary HE NAMED ME MALALA.
Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald, whose films include the MEN IN BLACK series, GLADIATOR, THE RING, TWISTER and many more, will produce each feature developed under the new deal: THE GREAT PRETENDER, FALLEN IDOL, HINDENBURG and COLDHEART.
AARDMAN AND STUDIOCANAL ANNOUNCE SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE 2
Aardman and STUDIOCANAL announce SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE 2, the return to the big screen of the world's favorite sheep.
Following his hugely successful and highly acclaimed Oscar nominated 2015 cinematic debut, Shaun and the flock are back for another epic and hilarious journey, in what will be their biggest and most exciting adventure yet.
Directed by Richard Starzak and produced by Paul Kewley, pre-production for the film will begin in January 2017.
TOM HIDDLESTON JOINS THE CAST OF NICK PARK'S EARLY MAN
Aardman and STUDIOCANAL announce that Tom Hiddleston has joined the cast of EARLY MAN, Nick Park's highly anticipated new prehistoric comedy adventure.
The actor is voicing the money-loving tyrant Lord Nooth, and is joining Eddie Redmayne who is voicing Dug, the hero of the story.
BRIDGET JONES' BABY CROSSES ONE MILLION ADMISSIONS IN FRANCE
BRIDGET JONES BABY, the third installment of the iconic saga, crossed one million admissions in France.
The film by Sharon Maguire, who brought us Bridget Jones for the first time in 2001, marks Renée Zellweger's return to the big screen, joined for the occasion by Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey.