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|Film Title||Companies||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
Weinstein Company (TWC), The
Red Wagon Entertainment
|Executive Producer||Completed||August 29, 2012|
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FX has ordered a pilot for drama project “Hoke,” with Paul Giamatti attached to star. “Hoke” is a darkly comedic drama based on Charles Willeford’s series of novels “Sideswipe,” “New Hope for the…
WWE Studios has paired with Edward R. Pressman Film Corp. and Blum-Hanson-Allen Films to produce the action comedy "Cruisin' for a Bruisin'."
"You need to tell us where to look."
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While Tony Scott's "Unstoppable" was being filmed in four Eastern states, William B. Kaplan, the production sound mixer, spent much of the time in a crapper.
"Paranormal Activity" producer Jason Blum is teaming with Scott Hanson on a joint venture film fund to finance the development of studio-friendly film packages.
Ridley Scott is in discussions with Angelina Jolie for a femme fatale role in "Gucci," a drama about murder and decadence in the Gucci fashion dynasty.
Director John Polson trips over his softly, softly approach to the serial-killer genre in "Tenderness."
Playing a negligent mother isn't usually the way to get ahead in the acting biz, but the elfin Michelle Monaghan must have seen "Trucker" as her vehicle out of the ingenue parking lot of sidekicks…
Yet another dysfunctional-family dramedy, "Birds of America" doesn't distinguish itself enough in mildly diverting character or incident to take flight. Matthew Perry stars as the sanest of three…
A rare baseball card, a couple of neurological impairments and a late-blooming love affair make Terry Kinney's light-hearted sitcom palatable enough.