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EuropaCorp TV Set For ‘Crimson Rivers,’ Dmitry Lipkin’s ‘Inside’ & Naren Shankar’s ‘Life After Life’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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PARIS — While Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp has been dominating headlines in recent years with films such as “Taken” and “Lucy,”  the company’s TV division has been growing at a steady pace since opening an L.A. office and is lining up a strong roster of franchise-based spinoffs and original drama. EuropaCorp Television, formally Cipango, is fully… Read more »

Amber Heard Filing Domestic Violence Restraining Order Against Johnny Depp (Report)

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Amber Heard is set to file a restraining order against Johnny Depp. According to a Los Angeles Superior Court spokesperson, no official paperwork has been filed yet, but Heard and Depp are currently in court, in an office where restraining orders are filed. According to TMZ, Heard went to court on Friday morning with a… Read more »

‘House of Cards’ Creator Beau Willimon Looks Back on Early 9/11 Play

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Writer Beau Willimon’s name has become synonymous with cynical dramas that plumb the depths of the U.S. political system. They include his 2008 play “Farragut North” (and its big-screen adaptation, “The Ides of March”) and Netflix’s cerebral thriller “House of Cards,” which put the streaming service on the map, thanks to the irresistible combination of… Read more »

Legal Fund for YouTube’s H3H3 Raises More Than $145,000 to Fight MattHoss Copyright Lawsuit

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Thousands of people including several big-name YouTubers have rallied to support H3H3 Productions’ Ethan and Hila Klein, who are being sued for copyright infringement by Matt Hosseinzadeh (aka “Bold Guy”), proprietor of the MattHossZone channel. Since the lawsuit came to light, users have ponied up more than $145,000 to help the Kleins battle the lawsuit,… Read more »

Will Ferrell and Adam McKay Celebrate a Decade of Gary Sanchez Productions

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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay were both hired for “Saturday Night Live” on the same day in 1995, but no one could have predicted the wildly successful partnership that would ensue. Though Ferrell has built an empire on playing over-the-top, out-there characters, his natural demeanor is, by his own admission, much more mild-mannered. “I’m not… Read more »

Gloria Sanchez Productions Offers Female-Centric Filmmaking

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Twelve years ago, Jessica Elbaum was Will Ferrell’s assistant, a post she admits is already “the best job ever.” Her first day on the job was on the set of reshoots for the first “Anchorman” film. Nine years later, on the set of “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” of which she was an executive producer,… Read more »

How ‘Talladega Nights,’ ‘Stepbrothers’ Paved the Way for ‘The Big Short’

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When Adam McKay hoisted his adapted screenplay Oscar back in February for “The Big Short,” his excoriating dissection of Wall Street’s deft and destructive thuggery, that sound you heard was the collective “WTF” of dozens of top film critics and pundits who’d spent the entire awards season writing a variation of the “I never saw… Read more »

Dolby Cinema Tech Helps ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Sparkle and Sing

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How does technology impact emotion? In a great many ways, according to those who back Dolby Cinema, a system that’s designed to enhance the moviegoing experience, and one that’s being installed in theaters around the world. Launched in 2014 with Disney’s “Tomorrowland,” the tech is making its latest appearance with the studio’s “Alice Through the… Read more »

Athina Rachel Tsangari Brings International Flair to Independent Comedy

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Watch out, Judd Apatow — the sub-genre of funny films about men-children forced to wrestle with the trials of adulthood while stuck in outrageous circumstances is getting some international flair, in the form of “Chevalier,” the third feature from Greek filmmaker Athina Rachel Tsangari. Opening May 27, the deadpan comedy features a cast of schlubby… Read more »

Jennifer Lopez, Felicity Huffman on Juggling Work With Parenting

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Being a working mom is no cakewalk — something that both Jennifer Lopez and Felicity Huffman can easily attest to. The two discussed the trials of dealing with “mommy guilt” while on the set during Variety‘s “Actors on Actors.” Huffman asked Lopez her strategies — and she had plenty. Watch the clip above. The two-part… Read more »