For the Russian biz to develop further it needs to cultivate more producers of the stature of Alexander Rodnyansky, who has established a stable of interlinking companies that allow him to exploit…
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Hollywood is already planning a movie about WikiLeaks whistleblower Bradley Manning, who was found not guilty of “aiding the enemy” on Tuesday for his role in one of the biggest intelligence leaks in…
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This Bluths will be back, according to producer Brian Grazer. Netflix is currently in “conversations” the principals for a second season of “Arrested Development,” the Imagine Entertainment chief…
Putting paid to rumors, Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has unveiled plans to produce a Spanish-lingo adaptation of the AMC hit "Breaking Bad" for Univision sister channel, UniMas in the U.S.
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An "Insidious" sequel is on the way with the same creative team on board.
Sony Pictures and Happy Madison Prods. are in talks with "Grown Ups" scribe Fred Wolf to write a sequel to last year's Adam Sandler comedy, the funnyman's highest-grossing film worldwide at $271…
With "The Smurfs" grossing more than $135 million worldwide since opening 12 days ago, Sony Pictures has decided to move forward with a sequel, setting an Aug. 2, 2013 release for "The Smurfs 2."
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