Listen: Spielberg’s Amblin Chief on Making ‘Movies in the Middle’

With the sequel “A Dog’s Journey” now in theaters, Amblin Partners continues to find ways to release the kind of films that aren’t typical of what dominates American multiplexes these days. An ...

‘Late Night Casserole’ Is the Most Gleefully Bizarre 12 Minutes of TV You’ll See This Week – Watch

‘Late Night Casserole’ Is the Most Gleefully Bizarre 12 Minutes of TV You’ll See This Week – Watch Political monologues, celebrity interviews, and engineered viral bits may be the preferred late night currency these days. But every few months, something so delightfully weird happens in the wee ...

eOne’s Revised Film Strategy Hits Group Revenue; ‘Peppa Pig’-Fronted Family Division Offsets Fall

Entertainment One’s revised film strategy led to a 9% drop in group revenues, although the business was boosted by its Peppa Pig-fronted family division. eOne saw revenues drop from £1.03B to £941M ...

Atwater & Kkr’s German Conglom Launch Local-Language Financier Library Pictures International With India’s RSVP & Lat Am’s Sun First Partners — Cannes

A consortium of media and entertainment investors led by Atwater Capital and Kkr’s new German indie conglomerate are launching local-language production financier Library Pictures International, it ...

Nicolas Cage to star in cop thriller 10 Double Zero from Green Book writer

Deadline is reporting that Nicolas Cage is set to star in the cop action thriller 10 Double Zero, which has been written by Oscar-winning screenwriter Nick Vallelonga (Green Book) along with Paul ...

‘True Detective’: Creating the Three Faces of Mahershala Ali’s Troubled Wayne Hays

‘True Detective’: Creating the Three Faces of Mahershala Ali’s Troubled Wayne Hays It’s about time that two-time supporting actor Oscar winner Mahershala Ali (“Green Book” and “Moonlight”) got a lead role, and his troubled Arkansas cop, Wayne Hays, was a game-changer for Season 3’s ...

Nic Cage Teams With Oscar-Winning ‘Green Book’ Writer For New Action-Thriller

What’s an Oscar-winning screenwriter to do after landing the coveted trophy? You could write a new feature, similar in tone to the winning film, perhaps exploring another story that could land you ...

Nicolas Cage to Star in ‘Sicario’-Style Cop Thriller from the Guy Who Wrote ‘Green Book’

In what has to be one of the more unexpected pairings to emerge out of the Cannes market, Wonderfilm Media has announced its upcoming cop thriller “10 Double Zero” will partner Nicolas Cage with ...

‘Green Book’ Scribe & Producer Nick Vallelonga Teams With Nicolas Cage For Action-Thriller ’10 Double Zero’ — Cannes

‘Green Book’ Scribe & Producer Nick Vallelonga Teams With Nicolas Cage For Action-Thriller ’10 Double Zero’ — Cannes Exclusive: Green Book Oscar-winner Nick Vallelonga is teaming with Nicolas Cage for action-thriller 10 Double Zero. Vallelonga, who was part of the team to win Oscars for Best Screenplay and Best ...

Cannes: 'Green Book' Producer Participant Extends Output Deal with Nordisk

Cannes: 'Green Book' Producer Participant Extends Output Deal with Nordisk Hot off the huge success of Oscar-winner Green Book, David Linde and Jeff Skoll's production banner Participant Media have extended their output deal with leading Scandinavian distribution group ...

Chinese Companies Flock to Cannes, but With More Modest Ambitions

Chinese Companies Flock to Cannes, but With More Modest Ambitions After a brutal first quarter for most Chinese movie studios, companies from the Middle Kingdom are still out in force at the Cannes Film Festival, but in search of quality and value for money instead ...

Jonathan King departing Participant Media to pursue independent producing

Jonathan King departing Participant Media to pursue independent producing Executive assembled slate that included Spotlight, Roma, A Fantastic Woman. Jonathan King will step down from his role as president of narrative film and television at Participant Media to pursue ...

Participant Media’s Jonathan King Will Step Down to Segue Into Independent Production

Participant Media said on Monday that Jonathan King will step down from his role as president of narrative film and TV in order to segue into independent production. King has been with Participant ...

Participant Media Film and TV President Jonathan King to Step Down

Participant Media’s president of narrative film and television Jonathan King is stepping down from his role and transitioning to independent producing. King, who has been with Jeff Skoll’s shop for ...

Academy Board Appoints Three New Governors-at-Large

The Academy is getting new blood. AMPAS has announced that three new members are joining its board of governors: DeVon Franklin (who hails from the executive branch), Rodrigo Garcia (directors), and ...

Golden Trailer Awards: 'A Star is Born,' 'Roma,' 'Us' Lead Nominations

The 2019 Golden Trailer Awards are led by A Star Is Born with 12 nominations, the most of any film, followed by Roma with 11 and Us with 10. Netflix is the year's leading studio with 66 nominations ...

You’re invited to our Q&A: Meet music composers of ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Free Solo,’ ‘The Other Two,’ ‘When They See Us’

You are invited to attend our Q&A discussion with four of TV’s top music composers who now compete for Emmys. Join us on Tuesday, May 28 at 7 p.m. at the Landmark Theater at 10850 W. Pico Blvd. in Los ...

Global Box Office Off to Super Start With ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Despite Rise of Streamers

Only a couple years ago, amid the rise of new media players like Netflix and a dip in the U.S. theatrical market, doomsayers began predicting that the big-screen experience had entered its endgame. ...

Film News Roundup: Will Ferrell Sports Comedy Attracts Richie Keen to Direct

Film News Roundup: Will Ferrell Sports Comedy Attracts Richie Keen to Direct In today’s film news roundup, Will Ferrell’s sports comedy hires a director, Leonard Maltin launches a film festival and Spike Lee’s “Son of the South” fills out its cast. Director Attachment “Fist ...

‘Walking Dead’ Ep Says Netflix Is Treated Better Than Other Media Companies: ‘Different Rules Being Applied’

‘Walking Dead’ Ep Says Netflix Is Treated Better Than Other Media Companies: ‘Different Rules Being Applied’ Gale Anne Hurd critiqued Netflix during the final panel of the Milken Global Conference on Wednesday, arguing the streamer gets treated differently than traditional media. “The traditional media ...

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