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Anton Capital Entertainment
|Producer||Completed||February 28, 2014|
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Spanish co-producer Adrian Guerra has created an innovative funding scheme for the Sean Penn starrer "The Gunman," tapping into the country's tax breaks to benefit the local industry.
Sean Penn appears ready to take on just about anything in the first photo from "The Gunman," which began shooting Tuesday in Barcelona, Spain, with Pierre Morel directing.
Tom Hardy has come on board Yakuza drama “The Outsider” with Takashi Miike in negotiations to direct what would be his first English-language film. Linson Entertainment and Silver Pictures are…
Universal is landing Liam Neeson's thriller "Non-Stop" on Feb. 21, 2014.
After succeeding with micro-budget comedy "Project X," Silver Pictures is looking to duplicate the formula with found footage-type thriller "Home Invasion."
Following up her Emmy for "Game Change," Julianne Moore has booked a seat on "Non Stop," a movie that reteams "Unknown's" Liam Neeson, helmer Jaume Collet-Serra, Joel Silver and Studiocanal.
With his feature career taking off as one of Variety's 10 Actors to Watch in 2012, "Arbitrage" star Nate Parker is boarding a flight to "Non-Stop," Jaume Collet-Serra's airplane thriller starring…
Adrien Brody is in negotiations to play the main adversary in Dark Castle's "Motor City," starring Gerard Butler.
With Dominic Cooper falling out due to scheduling conflicts, Warner Bros. and Dark Castle have worked fast to find a new leading man for "Motor City." Jake Gyllenhaal is in negotiations to star.
Silver Pictures has brought on scribe Albert Torres to pen the pic "Ben 10."
Warner Bros. is launching development of mystery writer Ross Macdonald's Lew Archer character and has set up an adaptation of "The Galton Case" at studio-based Silver Pictures with Random House Films.