Magnet Releasing makes it a hat-trick this week, scoring U.S. rights to Christopher Smith's "Black Death," the third film to seal a distribution deal with Magnet this week.
A Michael Shannon-toplined Off Broadway bow of Craig Wright play "Mistakes Were Made" has nailed down a limited run at the Barrow Street Theater, where the show lands in November.
Dax Shepard is set to launch production company Primate Pictures with Nate Tuck and David Palmer, his collaborators on indie comedy "Brother's Justice," which premieres this weekend at the Austin…
Donny and Marie Osmond are set for a limited Main Stem run of holiday concert "Donny and Marie -- A Broadway Christmas," landing at the Marquis Theater for 12 perfs.
Producer Jonathan Sanger and financial consultant Jeffrey Sica have struck up a formal partnership to target investment opportunities in a variety of media platforms -- starting with a brewing…
Magnet Releasing has picked up U.S. rights to "Vanishing on 7th Street," helmer Brad Anderson's horror pic that bowed at the Toronto Film Festival.
Broadway sales slipped a bit following the spike prompted by Columbus Day weekend traffic -- but "Driving Miss Daisy" was among the handful of shows that continued to bloom.
Films by distaff helmers were a notably strong presence on the list of nominations for the Gotham Independent Film Awards, with Debra Granik's Ozark-set drama "Winter's Bone" leading the pack with…
Last week was a long one on Broadway thanks to three openings in a row -- the kind of packed sked more common in the last-minute weeks of April than October.
Magnet Releasing has snagged world rights, excluding Europe, to Norwegian pic "The Troll Hunter," aiming for a 2011 theatrical release.
"Winter's Bone" topped the list of nominations for the Gotham Independent Film Awards, with Debra Granik's pic scoring three noms including feature, actor and ensemble perf.
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