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Universal is developing “Purge 2″ with Jason Blum following the surprise success of Ethan Hawke starrer “The Purge.” Blumhouse Prods. is in line to receive a $2.25 million tax credit from the state…
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TNT has given a 10-episode order to "The Last Ship," a drama thriller starring Eric Dane and exec produced by Michael Bay.
Paramount has given the greenlight to the found footage pic "Almanac," hoping for a “Chronicle”-like success. Michael Bay will produce through his Platinum Dunes banner along with his partners Andrew…
After deciding to make its adaptation of Hasbro boardgame Ouija a low-budget pic, Universal Pictures has recruited the team of Juliet Snowden and Stiles White to rewrite and helm it.
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