Executive producers are VMI Worldwide’s J.D. Beaufils, Verdi Productions’ Michelle Verdi and Chad A. Verdi Jr., Don Kee Productions’ Michael S. Smith and Franchesca Lantz, Tamer Abaza, Jeffrey Bohn, Angie Pack, Charles Saikaley, Siren Studios’ Craig Chapman, Roger Dorman, Circle 4 Entertainment’s Adam Falkoff, Phoenicia Pictures’ Ameer Fawaz and Christelle Conan from Ingenious Media whom provided funding. … [Read more...] about Aaron Eckhart & Tommy Lee Jones Conspiracy Thriller ‘Wander’ Gets North America Deal With Saban Films
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Related Story Venice: Pedro Almodovar & Tilda Swinton Talk 'The Human Voice', "Essential" Role Of Going To The Cinema FSL plans to release the film in 2020. Deal gives Searchlight another strong title as the distributor celebrates its 25th anniversary. It is the fourth FSL film that will premiere in Toronto. The others are the Taika Waititi-directed Jojo Rabbit, the Terrence Malick-directed A Hidden Life, and the Noah Hawley-directed Lucy In The Sky. FSL has coming next year the Benh Zeitlin-directed Wendy, the Scott Cooper-directed Antlers, and the Nat Faxon and Jim Rash-directed Downhill. … [Read more...] about Fox Searchlight Makes North American Rights Deal For ‘The Personal History Of David Copperfield’ Before Toronto & London Fest Bows
Disney is expected to add in 20th Century Studios’ ticket sales to their year-end sum, but we have them broken out separately below. Together, both studios currently total $383.4M, and would be ranked second beating Universal. Call of the Wild repped 20th Century Studios’ first release of the year, while Onward was Disney’s. The latter studio’s money includes carryover cash from 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Frozen 2, while Fox includes Searchlight money from Jojo Rabbit, plus the big label’s 2019 carryovers Ford v. Ferrari and Spies in Disguise. … [Read more...] about Box Office Fades To Black As Coronavirus Shuts Down 4K North American Theaters Into May: Where The Studios Stand & What’s Next?
In an interview, Hartnett-White assures Rolling Stone that, if asked, she’d “love to serve” in a Trump administration. What draws this longtime breeder of National Champion Jack Russell Terriers to Trump is “his optimism” – the kind of optimism that will propel him to fully exploit America’s “extraordinary energy bounty.” The Republican nominee surely has not disappointed, pledging in speeches to lift restrictions on all sources of American energy production, implement a moratorium on new, more onerous federal regulations, and eliminate the worst of those already on the books, starting with President Obama’s signature climate policy, the “so-called Clean Power Plan,” as Trump identified it. … [Read more...] about President Trump’s Energy Policy Would Be a Nightmare
Warner Bros., and other studios, have big decisions to make when it comes to whatever big movies remain on the calendar for 2020. As much as they need box office dollars, it doesn't help the studio if they ultimately lose money on a major blockbuster that was expected to be a big earner. That could play into Warner Bros.' decision to possibly delay Wonder Woman 1984 again, which is expected to happen. Disney might also opt to move Black Widow out of November. This news comes to us via IndieWire. … [Read more...] about Tenet Opening Weekend Box Office Was Less Than Originally Announced