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|Film Title||Companies||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|HOST, THE (2013)|
Open Road Films
Nick Wechsler Productions
Fickle Fish Films
|Completed||March 29, 2013|
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In a frantic run-up to the annual film market, a cloudburst of English-language movies has swept onto the international stage.
Panorama Media has come on board "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," joining Darko Entertainment, Handsomecharlie Films and producer Allison Shearmur.
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With the worldwide success of "The Hunger Games" still ringing as a clarion to the viability of independently financed films, Lionsgate's $412.5 million deal to buy Summit Entertainment is echoing on…
Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures has agreed to back Panorama Media, a new production, financing, and international sales entity based in Los Angeles.
Despite a release last week from distributor Open Road, it appears that Annapurna Pictures will not be financing Steven Soderbergh's "Side Effects."
Rising thesps Chandler Canterbury and Boyd Holbrook are in final negotiations to round out the cast of Open Road Films' "The Host," an adaptation of "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer's popular sci-fi…
Inferno Entertainment has come aboard to finance Victorian era horror-thriller "Blood of the Innocent," based on the graphic novel series.
Richard Jenkins has joined the cast of Andrew Dominik's crime caper "Cogan's Trade."
Sam Rockwell is in talks to join heist comedy "Cogan's Trade" opposite Brad Pitt.
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