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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|LEVERAGE||TNT||Executive Producer Non-writing, Pilot Director||Completed||2011-2012|
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Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment has acquired international rights to John Slattery's feature directorial debut “God's Pocket” following its world debut at Sundance. It's the first festival…
Dean Devlin, who helped start Voltage Entertainment in 2005, is making a passionate return to the foreign sales/financing business through his 12-year-old banner Electric Entertainment. 'The…
Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment is ramping up, bringing on veteran exec Ari Haas (pictured above) as VP of acquisitions and development in the wake of backing “The Wannabe.” Haas will work with…
Martin Scorsese has been tapped Jury president for the 13th edition of the Marrakech Intl. Film Festival. Succeeding John Boorman, Scorsese will serve as jury prexy of the feature film competition…
Martin Scorsese will executive produce and Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment will fully finance indie drama “The Wannabe,” starring Patricia Arquette, Vincent Piazza and Michael Imperioli. The…
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