Demarest Films and Cinedigm have formed a co-acquisition and distribution partnership that will launch with the release of “Short Term 12,” starring Brie Larson. The alliance is aimed at combining…
Cinedigm and Magnet Media Prods. are partnering on distribution of five feature films over the next three years using Cinedigm's digital distribution and marketing capabilities. The partnership may…
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A soap opera with shark attacks, pic contains a few alarming sequences but loses its grip on its material.
Producer-director Michele Ohayon has joined the finance-production company Magnet Media Group as president of production and will produce sci-fi actioner "O2" with Magnet topper Jeanette Buerling.
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John Stockwell is set to direct Bin Laden thriller "Code Name Geronimo," which Voltage Pictures will begin shopping to buyers at the American Film Market next week.
Magnet Media Group and visual effects specialist Prime Focus have signed a co-production deal for three pics, each carrying a budget of $20 million to $30 million.
Remakes of a trio of the most successful Jerry Lewis comedies from his heyday during the '60s -- "The Bellboy," "Cinderfella" and "The Family Jewels" -- are headed for the bigscreen.
Swiss director Ben Hibon, who helmed the animated sequence in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1," has been tapped to direct fantasy action thriller "Pan" for Social Capital Films and…
Stuart Ford's IM Global will be playing it "Safe," fully financing the $30 million action thriller directed by Boaz Yakin ("Remember the Titans") and starring Jason Statham.
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