Exploiting star Jennifer Lawrence's newfound fame is the only hope this ill-conceived, poorly executed girl-in-jeopardy venture has of connecting with auds before poisonous word of mouth sets in.
D Street Media
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
D Street Media Group is creating a $40 million to $50 million fund for Latin American films with Disney-backed Patagonik Film Group set to co-produce at least five features.
U.S. and Germany-based D Street Media Group has acquired Argentine film production and sales company Americine as the distribution and production house pushes into Latin America.
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