Amid brewing controversy, “The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison is set to have his moment in the hot seat with Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America.” The interview was pre-taped on Wednesday, Variety has learned, and is set to air on Thursday morning. In a cross-synergistic interview (both “The Bachelor” and “GMA” are major ABC properties), Harrison
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Neon has acquired North American rights to Céline Sciamma’s latest feature, “Petite Maman,” following its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. The sale reunites Sciamma with Neon, the New York-based independent studio that released her acclaimed drama “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.” Written and directed by Sciamma, “Petite Maman” follows 8-year-old Nelly, who loses her
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Triumph and pain were bedfellows last year for the Korean film industry. But Berlin’s European Film Market and the imminent Hong Kong FilMart see Korean companies putting on a brave face. Korean cinemas were in defensive mode early on in the coronavirus pandemic, as a population familiar with epidemics chose to stay away from crowded
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Film Movement has acquired U.S. rights to Quentin Reynaud’s “Final Set,” a French movie starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Alex Lutz and Ana Girardot, from Studiocanal. “Final Set,” which unfolds in the world of professional tennis, is produced by Leonard Glowinski for his company, 22H22 (“A Hologram for the King”). The film revolves around Thomas (Lutz),
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Indian actors Ali Fazal (“Death on the Nile”) and Richa Chadha (“Gangs of Wasseypur”) have launched production outfit Pushing Buttons Studios. The company, set up with a view to tell stories rooted in the Indian ethos for a global audience, will kick off with “Girls Will Be Girls,” the only Indian selection of the 10
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Netflix released the official trailer for “Thunder Force,” which stars Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer as two best friends with newly acquired superpowers. The film is set to make its streaming debut on April 9. The superhero comedy is directed by Ben Falcone, who previously worked with McCarthy on films such as “Tammy,” “The Boss,”
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Doug Smiley, the marketing director for Verve Music Group, died Saturday, February 27. He had been diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer less than a month before dying at home in Maplewood, NJ, surrounded by family. He was 42. Smiley joined Universal Music Group’s Verve division last year as its marketing director. He was the
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Cash Rebate of 25-30% on eligible local spend, as determined by a cultural test. Minimum eligible spend of €500,000 ($610,000) for fiction and animation and €250,000 ($305,000) for documentaries and post-production. Total €12 million ($14.6 million) for all projects in a year, with maximum of €4 million ($4.9 million) per project (Note: the management authority
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Following its acquisition of select Beach Boys assets last month, Irving Azoff’s new Iconic Artist Group has made another move into the lucrative catalog acquisition marketplace by partnering with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby. Iconic has acquired Crosby’s catalog, which according to the announcement includes his publishing and recorded music rights, including
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The nominations for the 3rd Annual Latino Entertainment Journalists Association (LEJA) Awards have been announced with “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and “Nomadland” leading. “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” by director George C. Wolfe, earned 10 nominations including best picture, best actor for Chadwick Boseman, best actress for Viola Davis, best supporting actor for Colman Domingo, best
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