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Japanese Breakfast Releases New Soundtrack

Japanese Breakfast has released the new soundtrack to the open-world video game Sable. The 32-track collection, featuring instrumental and vocal music written by Michelle Zauner, complimented by ambient and experimental music. Of the soundtrack, Zauner says, “I was so lucky Daniel Fineberg and Gregorios Kythreotis from Shedworks invited me onto...
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Giuseppe Vincenti, Middle East Film Distribution Pioneer, Dies at 92

Giuseppe Vincenti, a pioneer in the Middle East film industry who helped revolutionize distribution in the region, has died. He was 92. His family confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter. Vincenti launched Italia Film in Lebanon in 1962, turning it into one of the region’s biggest independent film distributors, and Disney’s key Middle East partner. He is credited with being the first to expand into the United Arab Emirates, now the Gulf’s most vibrant box office, and — more recently — Saudi Arabia, with Italia Film the first company to gain a film distribution licence after the ban on cinemas was lifted. Vincenti got...
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Peacock To Bring You PITCH PERFECT Series With Adam Devine Reprising His Role

Buckle up, Pitches! Peacock has officially announced a straight-to-series-order for “Pitch Perfect” from Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, based on the Universal Pictures film series that ignited a cultural phenomenon. Over three films, the “Pitch Perfect” franchise, which was inspired by the Mickey Rapkin book of the same...
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A ‘Pitch Perfect’ Series is coming to Peacock

Please note: some posts may contain affiliate links which means our team could earn money if you purchase products from our site. A ‘Pitch Perfect’ Series is coming to Peacock. Buckle up, Pitches! Peacock announced today a straight-to-series-order for “Pitch Perfect” from Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, based on the Universal Pictures film series that ignited a cultural phenomenon.

Gabrielle Union recruits Billy Porter to direct queer teen comedy for I’ll Have Another Productions, Amazon Studios

“To Be Real” is a coming-of-age comedy about three queer friends who attend Pride Weekend in New York City. Combine the 2007 movie Superbad with the 2019 film Booksmart, then centralize its LGBTQ storylines and hire Billy Porter to direct it and what do you get? According to Variety, this is roughly the premise of a new movie recently sold to Amazon Studios by Gabrielle Union’s I’ll Have Another Productions.

Alana Mayo and Archer Alumni Empower Next Generation of Female Filmmakers at Tenth Annual Archer Film Festival

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) The Archer School for Girls celebrated its tenth annual Archer Film Festival empowering female filmmakers, featuring Alana Mayo, President of Orion Pictures, and Anna Heinrich, Head of Production at Reprobates, as keynote panelists. Festival organizers received more than 640 student-produced film submissions from 66 countries around the world. The virtual event included a screening of finalist films with judges including Archer alumni who founded the Festival and those who served as student leaders over the years. Event sponsors included Bad Robot Productions, CBS Entertainment Diversity, Mark Gordon Pictures, and Everywhere Studios.

Christopher Abbott Will Feature Opposite To Emma Stone In ‘Poor Things’

Christopher Abbott will be seen in an essential part in Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor Things converse Academy Award-winning actor Emma Stone. The sincere drama set in the Victorian time frame relies upon the 1992 novel of Alasdair Gray’s of a comparative name. This errand would check Stone’s third collaboration with the Greek filmmaker with the last composing the script of Cruella and its continuation.

Saluting John Laing in The Hall of Fame

The industry is all too familiar with TV executives who travel internationally to license TV shows to various stations around the globe. But John Laing is unique because he didn’t just travel internationally, he actually lived around the globe. At last count, as will be reported in the November (MIP Cancun) Issue of VideoAge, Laing has lived in 15 cities in 10 countries.

Child’s Play Franchise Creator Glad 2019 Reboot Didn’t Get Any Sequels

Child’s Play creator Don Mancini says that although he held no grudge against the 2019 reboot’s filmmakers, he was relieved that no sequels were made. Child’s Play creator, Don Mancini, has admitted that he feels relived that the 2019 reboot of the original 1988 horror film didn’t get any sequels. The most recent installment in the long-running slasher franchise was an attempt at rejuvenating the concept of a doll imbued with a serial killer’s soul. After seven entries in the series, Orion Pictures decided it was time for something new, abandoning Mancini and long-time Chucky voice actor, Brad Dourif, in favor of director Lars Klevberg and Mark Hamill as the voice of Chucky.

Netflix Orders ‘Grendel’ Series Adaptation Starring Abubakr Ali

Netflix announced a series order for “Grendel,” based on Matt Wagner’s Dark Horse Entertainment comic book series of the same name. Abubakr Ali will star, among others. “Grendel” follows Hunter Rose (Ali), a fencer, writer and assassin who fights organized crime in New York to avenge the death of a lost love, until he ends up taking over the crime scene himself. Ali is known for playing Sebastian ‘Bash’ Kamal-Stern in “Power Book II: Ghost.” His other credits include playing Raj Patel in “Katy Keene” and a leading role in “What If?,” the upcoming feature from Orion Pictures and Killer Films directed...
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‘The Movies That Made Us’ Season 3 Coming in October 2021

The third batch of episodes of The Movies That Made Us from The Nacelle Company, founded by Brian Volk Weiss is coming to Netflix globally in October 2021. Here’s when you’ll be watching and what movies are set to be covered in the docuseries that takes you behind the scenes of cinema’s most iconic movies.

Oz Perkins to Direct Gretel and Hansel for La La Land Producer

Rob Hayes wrote the script, which sources describe as a faithful version of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Rising genre filmmaker Oz Perkins has signed on to direct Gretel and Hansel for Orion Pictures and Automatik Entertainment, Collider has exclusively learned. Rob Hayes (Netflix’s Chewing Gum) wrote the script, which...

Why Real Navy SEALs Hate the Charlie Sheen Movie ‘Navy SEALs’

When it was released in 1990, the movie “Navy Seals” was an action-packed depiction of a little-known unit. Thirty years later, the Navy SEALs are well known, while “Navy Seals” has largely been forgotten. But for some in the SEAL community, the movie is memorable for all the wrong reasons.