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FROM FIGHTS TO FILMS

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John Davimos, manager of former heavyweight champion Michael Moorer, wants to be a contender in the film business. He’s entered the ring with Below the Belt Prods. The company has $10 million in…

‘Race’ nabs crix’ nod

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Reggie Cheong-Leen ‘s “The Nanjing Race” took the American Theater Critics Assn. top play nod in the 1995 New Play Awards, announced at the 19th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays. The…

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PRIMAL OPPORTUNITY

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The cast of Paramount’s adaptation of the William Diehl novel “Primal Fear” has finally rounded out in most unexpected ways. The film, which is being directed by Gregory Hoblit and produced by Gary…

Veni, video, vici

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Thanks mainly to a boom in Asia, overseas revenue from the sale and rental of homevideos is by far the fastest-growing foreign ancillary business for the U.S. majors, according to a Variety survey of…

PLAYING BALL

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Journalist and aspiring producer Howard Blum has done it again. Sources said Blum’s baseball pitch “Run Down” has scored a mid-six-figure deal with producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer at…

BAD BOY BLUES

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When director-writer Rick Rosenthal got confused with a documentary filmmaker of the same name, he always told people he was the “Bad Boys” Rick Rosenthal, referring to the 1983 film he directed and…

THE PLAYER, SMALL SCREEN

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We know from “The Player” that the movie crowd can be pretty ruthless, but how about the TV crowd? Gary Rosen, writer for such shows as “Beverly Hills, 90210″ and a co-producer of Don Johnson’s new…

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