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  • 'Geostorm' film premiere

    'Geostorm' Director Hopes Harvey Weinstein Scandal Signals 'Sea Change' for Hollywood

    Warner Bros.’ “Geostorm” premiered Monday night at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood while talk of the Harvey Weinstein scandal percolated on the red carpet. Dean Devlin, who made his directorial debut with the weather disaster take, admitted that he was “stunned” by the sheer volume of the #MeToo postings on social media after actress [...]

  • Ron Howard

    'Star Wars' Han Solo Movie Title Announced

    The “Star Wars” Han Solo spinoff has finally been titled: “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” Director Ron Howard announced the news in a video on Twitter on Tuesday morning. Howard also revealed that they just wrapped production on the movie. “Hey #Twitterville, we just wrapped production so here’s a special message #StarWars,” he wrote. Hey [...]

  • Hilary Swank

    Hilary Swank to Star in Sci-Fi Thriller 'I Am Mother' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Hilary Swank is starring in the science-fiction thriller “I Am Mother,” which has started shooting at South Australia’s Adelaide Studios, Variety has learned exclusively. Swank, who won best actress Academy Awards for “Million Dollar Baby” and “Boys Don’t Cry,” is joining Clara Rugaard in a unique mother-daughter story. Rugaard portrays the first of a new [...]

  • Busan: ‘Gasoline’ fills up at Project

    Busan: ‘Gasoline’ Fills up at Project Market Awards

    Oh Seung-uk’s “Gasoline” from Korea was the front runner Tuesday at the Asian Project Market (APM), part of the Busan Film Festival. It picked up the Lotte award of $8,900 (KRW10 million) and the MONEFF award that provides $20,000 worth of post-production services. Bui Thac Chuyen’s “Glorious Ashes” (Vietnam) won the Busan award of $15,000. [...]

  • Nora Johnson Obit Dead

    Nora Johnson, Writer of 'The World of Henry Orient,' Dies at 84

    Nora Johnson, who wrote the screenplay for “The World of Henry Orient” with her father, writer-director Nunnally Johnson, died Oct. 5 in Dallas. She was 84. Her daughter, Marion Siwek, said she died of natural causes. Johnson based the story on her novel about two schoolgirls who have a crush on a concert pianist, informed [...]

  • Jack Gao: Wanda, Legendary Departure Was

    What Prompted Jack Gao's Wanda, Legendary Departure?

    If China’s Dalian Wanda is going to make a comeback in Hollywood, after weathering its present storms, it will do so without Jack Gao. The polished and high-flying executive this week parted from Wanda, the property to entertainment giant, and from its Hollywood producer subsidiary Legendary Entertainment. Wanda insiders insist that the group maintains a [...]

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