Paul Chai

Korean pix in the fest lineup

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A Bittersweet LifeSales: CJ EntertainmentDirector: Kim Jee-woonCast: Lee Byeong-heon, Kim Young-chul, Shin Min-aA follow-up to Kim's equally dark “A Tale of Two Sisters,” Lee plays Sun-woo, a hitman…

Oz aids script programs

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Australia will pump A$15 million ($11.6 million) over three years into script development programs and low-budget feature development. It also is earmarking $3 million annually for three years for…

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Ascent in $2.7 mil D.I. Buy

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Following yesterday's announcement that it has acquired film restoration house Cinetech, post production conglom Ascent Media has said it will invest £1.5 million ($2.7 million) in Digital…

L.A. Roadshow hits London

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Since 1998, marketers that want to get into bed with the entertainment community have been able to attend L.A. Roadshow, where studios present their upcoming pic slates and hear pitches from the…

Eastern philosophy

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East London is seeing a surge in film business courtesy of initiatives like the East London Moving Image Initiative, which has been designed to promote the area as a creative hub.

Sets and the city

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It has been an interesting year for London's best-known studios, two-studio complex Pinewood Shepperton and Ealing Studios, with hastily withdrawn tax shelters hastily and a stock listing.

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Marketplace

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Domestic Film DAILY

PROVIDED BY: Box Office

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    Lucy

    Daily Gross:$5.4M

    Cume to07.29.14: $54.3M

    Lucy

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    Daily:$5.4M Cumulative:$54.3M Universal Pictures 9.55%
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    Hercules

    Daily Gross:$3.8M

    Cume to07.29.14: $36.9M

    Hercules

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    Daily:$3.8M Cumulative:$36.9M Paramount Pictures 13.27%
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    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$2.5M

    Cume to07.29.14: $177.2M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$177.2M Fox 13.35%

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