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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|HOST, THE (2013)|
Nick Wechsler Productions
Fickle Fish Films
|Executive Producer||Completed||March 29, 2013|
|KILLING THEM SOFTLY|
Weinstein Company, The
Plan B Entertainment
|Executive Producer||Completed||November 30, 2012|
Scott Free Productions
1984 Private Defense Contractors
|Executive Producer||Completed||January 27, 2012|
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A movie version of the Dave Eggers novel “Hologram for the King,” starring Tom Hanks, is headed for a first-quarter start of production, with "Cloud Atlas" director Tom Tykwer helming from his…
Lotus Entertainment and Sourian Prods. have come on board to develop Navy Seal actioner "Man of War," based on a script by playwright Joseph Sousa.
Hoping to duplicate the success of indie thriller “The Call,” Brad Anderson has come on board to direct indie thriller “Restart” for Lotus Entertainment and Davids Canton Prods. Project will be…
Arnold Schwarzenegger is turning to the zombie world, signing on to star in and produce "Maggie."
With his movie only days away from bowing, “Star Trek Into Darkness” star Chris Pine looks to have found his next project as he, Amanda Seyfried and Chiwetel Ejiofor are set to star in the indie “Z…
Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton will star in the indie remake of Italian thriller “The Double Hour,” with “Maria Full of Grace” helmer Joshua Marston directing from his own script. The project…
Bill Johnson (left) and Jim Seibel (right) are officially launching Lotus Entertainment as a financing, production and international sales company at Cannes. The execs formerly co-chaired Inferno…
The casting of Ashton Kutcher turns out to be the sole risky element of "Jobs," a smooth, reasonably engaging but not especially revealing early-years account of Steve Jobs' storied career.
Cannes buyers have fallen under the spell of "Grace of Monaco," Olivier Dahan's drama toplining Nicole Kidman as thesp-turned-princess Grace Kelly.
A routine, even mundane crime story relayed in tones of world-weary fatigue, 'Killing Them Softly' deglams the mob movie to coolly distinctive if rarely pulse-quickening effect.