A painter enters a relationship with two American tourists. Conflict begins with the painter's jealous ex-girlfriend.
A film the director described only as a "love letter to Barcelona."
At the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards the Hollywood Foreign Press Association bestowed the following honors Sunday night...
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The Weinstein Company have just picked up the rights to Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this marks the sixth production between Allen and the Weinstein Co., which began with Allen's 1994 comedy Bullets Over Broadway.
The romantic comedy will star Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Scarlett Johansson. Vicky Cristina Barcelona is a film about two Americans vacationing in Spain, who become tangled up in a series of romances between an artist and his crazy ex-wife.Read More
This year, Showtime is getting rid of the Emmy screener. Instead of sending out selected episodes of its series in the mail, the cable network will now make all of its Emmy nominated programming available on-line. According to Variety, entire seasons will be available for download.
These series will become available to Emmy voters on February 15th.Read More
Woody Allen's Barcelona project now has a title, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A co-production between Gravier and Barcelona-based Mediapro, with collaboration by Spanish broadcaster Antena 3, the film is set for release in Spain in fall 2008.Read More