Deepak Takes Rs 20 Lakh! # Deepak, Dipika and Sreesanth are asked to press the buzzer. The one who presses the buzzer first will take the money briefcase and will be out of winner race. He reveals that the briefcase has biggest amount. It has 40% of prize money - Rs 20 Lakh. Deepak presses the buzzer first and leaves the Bigg Boss 12 house. … [Read more...] about Bigg Boss 12 Grand Finale Updates: Deepak Takes The Money Briefcase; Dipika Kakar Bags The Trophy!
So in the negotiations that were going on, we drew up a contract with Fox’s head of business affairs Bill Immerman, and me. We came to an agreement that George would retain the sequel rights. Not all the rest of the stuff that came later, mind you; just the sequel rights. And Fox would get a first opportunity and last refusal right to make the movie. Bill Immerman and Laddie are both still around, and to this day, Bill says Laddie approved this, and Laddie says Bill did this on his own. Obviously, it’s one of those deals where it’s not just about the $4 billion that came later from Disney, but all the money that was made in between that can be traced back to this decision. It’s important to remember that none of the original deal came out of money as those who know something about it might think. It came because George just wanted to be able to make the movies he wanted to make. … [Read more...] about Tom Pollock’s Legacy: Lawyered Hollywood’s Greatest Deal, The One That Gave George Lucas ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Rights
likes of Bradley Cooper, Marion Cotillard, Carol director Todd Haynes, Hateful Eight cast members etc. He also was front and center at Monday night’s world premiere of The Hateful Eight at Hollywood’s Cinerama Dome, where the presentation of the movie in stunning 70mm film projection was flawless this time — as opposed to last week at the Crest Westwood, where I saw only the first half in 70 due to problems “with the gate.” They had to switch to digital to show the second half of the three-hour epic Western epic then, but that certainly wasn’t the case last night. At the Dome it was complete nirvana for movie nerds including its director Quentin Tarantino, who clearly was blown away by what he saw on that huge screen. “I made The Hateful Eight for the Dome,” he told me at the Le Jardin afterparty, which didn’t get started until 11 PM. “This is the first time seeing it at … [Read more...] about Pete Hammond’s Notes On The Season: Studio Bosses Throw Oscar Parties, Tarantino Turns ’70’, Stallone Sells Stallone
Announcing the program for what would have been its 47th annual festival, Huntsinger says, is a way for her and festival co-founder and artistic director Tom Luddy to serve the curatorial function they typically do in the film world, highlighting a tight list of new features they consider the year’s best. In part because of Telluride’s timing in the calendar, the festival has evolved to become one of the most reliable Oscar bellwethers and has proven a valuable launchpad for eventual best picture winners like Moonlight, Birdman and Argo. … [Read more...] about Inside the Telluride Film Festival That Would Have Been
The 2012 play, written and originally directed by Zeller, was first launched in Paris, winning a Moliere Award for best play. It was directed by James MacDonald on London's West End in 2015 and by Doug Hughes on Broadway the following year, winning Tony and Olivier awards for best actor for Kenneth Cranham and Frank Langella, respectively. … [Read more...] about Olivia Colman, Anthony Hopkins Team for Adaptation of Florian Zeller’s Stage Hit ‘The Father’ (Exclusive)