DreamWorks mogul Steven Spielberg wants to work on his own terms, so he's decided to write the checks himself.
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LONDON -- "Avatar" co-financier Ingenious Media has hit back at a London Times article alleging that wealthy investors have been exploiting U.K. film tax incentives for their own gain.
Twentieth Century Fox is coming on to co-finance Steven Spielberg's robot uprising sci-fier "Robopocalypse" with DreamWorks.
The Weinstein Co. has upped Michelle Krumm and Maeva Gatineau to exec VPs and co-heads of acquisitions and co-productions. Pair take over for veteran acquisitions chief Agnes Mentre, who ankled the…
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