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CIX announce North American leg of 2024 ‘0 or 1’ tour - www.nme.com - New York - USA - Mexico - county Hall - Canada - South Korea - Illinois - New York - county Dallas - city Chicago, state New York - area Puerto Rico
nme.com
26.02.2024 / 07:19

CIX announce North American leg of 2024 ‘0 or 1’ tour

CIX have announced the North American leg of their 2024 ‘0 or 1’ tour, featuring concerts in Chicago, New York and more.Tour organiser Studio PAV announced the North American leg of the 2024 ‘0 or 1’ tour at 12 midnight KST today (February 26). CIX’s upcoming trek will feature concerts across eight cities in May 2024.The K-pop idols will kick off their tour with a two-date concert at the Mastercard Hall in Seoul, South Korea on April 6 and 7.

Annette Bening Reveals Secret Oscars Deal With Her Fellow Nominees - deadline.com - USA - Florida - Cuba - city Havana - city Key West, state Florida
deadline.com
24.02.2024 / 15:35

Annette Bening Reveals Secret Oscars Deal With Her Fellow Nominees

It could be fifth time lucky for Annette Bening as she heads to this year’s Oscars with yet another nomination – this time for Best Actress for her role in Nyad.

Watch The Weeknd, Madonna and Playboi Carti live lavishly in video for ‘Popular’ - www.nme.com - New York
nme.com
24.02.2024 / 11:51

Watch The Weeknd, Madonna and Playboi Carti live lavishly in video for ‘Popular’

The Weeknd has finally shared the music video for ‘Popular’ featuring Madonna and Playboi Carti. Check it out below.The video first premiered in the game Fortnite last week.

American Federation of Musicians Reaches Tentative Deal with AMPTP; Union Leaders Hail Pact as ‘Watershed Moment for Artists’ - variety.com - USA
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23.02.2024 / 20:47

American Federation of Musicians Reaches Tentative Deal with AMPTP; Union Leaders Hail Pact as ‘Watershed Moment for Artists’

Cynthia Littleton Business Editor The American Federation of Musicians has struck a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, reaching a deal that union leaders hailed as “a watershed moment for artists” that includes residuals for made-for-streaming content and protections against the use of AI. The AFM announced the deal one day after the sides resumed contract negotiations that began in January.

‘The Last Of Us’ Co-Creator Craig Mazin Extends Overall Deal With HBO & Max - deadline.com - city Vancouver
deadline.com
21.02.2024 / 18:55

‘The Last Of Us’ Co-Creator Craig Mazin Extends Overall Deal With HBO & Max

EXCLUSIVE: Craig Mazin, co-creator, writer, director and executive producer of HBO‘s breakout new drama series The Last Of Us, has re-upped his exclusive television deal with the network and sibling streamer Max for an additional four years.

Martin Scorsese-Narrated Documentary ‘Made In England: The Films Of Powell And Pressburger’ Gets U.S. Distribution Deals Ahead Of Berlin Premiere - deadline.com - Britain - Scotland - USA - county Thomas - Berlin - county Harrison
deadline.com
21.02.2024 / 16:39

Martin Scorsese-Narrated Documentary ‘Made In England: The Films Of Powell And Pressburger’ Gets U.S. Distribution Deals Ahead Of Berlin Premiere

EXCLUSIVE: Ahead of its world premiere today at the Berlin Film Festival, Cohen Media Group has secured all North American distribution rights to Made In England: The Films Of Powell And Pressburger.

Korean Hit Film ‘12.12: The Day’ Sets North American Digital Release – Global Bulletin - variety.com - USA - South Korea - North Korea - Philippines
variety.com
21.02.2024 / 09:51

Korean Hit Film ‘12.12: The Day’ Sets North American Digital Release – Global Bulletin

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief North American digital distributor Echelon Studios has come on board “12.12: The Day,” the highest grossing film from Korea last year. The film has been on theatrical release in North America, through 815 Pictures since last year and grossed over $1 million.

Amazon MGM Studios Inks Exclusive Overall Deal With Gaz Alazraki’s Maquina Vega - deadline.com - Spain - Mexico
deadline.com
20.02.2024 / 20:01

Amazon MGM Studios Inks Exclusive Overall Deal With Gaz Alazraki’s Maquina Vega

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon MGM Studios has signed an exclusive overall deal with Gary “Gaz” Alazraki’s Maquina Vega. Under the deal, Alazraki is set to produce, write and direct series for Amazon MGM Studios.

Sean & Bryan Furst’s Global Position Studios Inks Development Deal With Miramax TV - deadline.com - Britain
deadline.com
20.02.2024 / 17:47

Sean & Bryan Furst’s Global Position Studios Inks Development Deal With Miramax TV

EXCLUSIVE: Veteran film and television producers Sean and Bryan Furst have signed a multi-project development deal with Miramax TV via their Global Position Studios.

‘True Detective: Night Country’ Ending: Creator Issa López on Those Killers, Season 1 Ties and What’s the Deal With Annie’s Tongue? - variety.com - state Alaska - county Navarro
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 05:19

‘True Detective: Night Country’ Ending: Creator Issa López on Those Killers, Season 1 Ties and What’s the Deal With Annie’s Tongue?

Kate Aurthur administrator SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers from “Part 6,” the season finale of HBO’s “True Detective: Night Country,” now streaming on Max. After flirting with the supernatural all season, the finale of “True Detective: Night Country” revealed that the show’s killers were very much real human beings. And the two women at the center of creator Issa López’s story — the true detectives Liz Danvers (Jodie Foster) and Evangeline Navarro (Kali Reis) — not only solve the mystery of what happened in their town of Ennis, Alaska, but each arrive at a place of personal peace.After the individual torments that plagued them throughout the six-episode series, Navarro and Danvers find, according to López, a “love, the non-romantic love” that heals both of them, and resets them so they can go on — even if Navarro’s fate is somewhat nebulous.

Sir Keir Starmer says Labour will 'deal with' Donald Trump if he is elected president - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - USA - Ukraine - Russia - Germany - Washington
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
17.02.2024 / 16:51

Sir Keir Starmer says Labour will 'deal with' Donald Trump if he is elected president

Sir Keir Starmer said his party would deal with Donald Trump if the United States chooses him as the next president.

Vampire Weekend announce massive 2024 North American tour - www.nme.com - Britain - New York - Los Angeles - USA - New York - state Louisiana - Texas - New York - Greece - county Berkeley - parish Orleans - city Salt Lake City - city New Orleans, state Louisiana - Austin - Houston - city Chicago, state New York - city Houston, state Texas - county Moody
nme.com
16.02.2024 / 18:39

Vampire Weekend announce massive 2024 North American tour

Vampire Weekend have announced a huge 2024 North American tour kicking off in April – find all the details below.The New York rock band announced news of the lengthy US stint today (February 16) along with dropping two new tracks, ‘Capricorn’ and ‘Gen-X Cops’, from their forthcoming fifth studio, ‘Only God Was Above Us’ (out April 5).The dates will kick off with their show during the solar eclipse at Moody Amphitheater in Austin on April 8, followed by stops in Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and many more, before arriving back in Austin for a final show at the Moody Center on October 17.Fans can sign up now here to access pre-sales from Wednesday, February 21 at 10am local time.

Berlin Festival Deals With Impact of the Gaza War, Filmmaker Protests and Cancellations - variety.com - Ukraine - Russia - Germany - Iran - Berlin - Israel - Palestine
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16.02.2024 / 13:36

Berlin Festival Deals With Impact of the Gaza War, Filmmaker Protests and Cancellations

Berlinale, which looks to be one of the most politically charged editions in recent history. Several filmmakers have already canceled their participation to the festival in protest of Germany’s attitude towards Palestinian voices, while more than 50 Berlinale workers have signed an open letter this week demanding a ceasefire in Gaza and asking that the festival leadership take a “stronger institutional stance” on what the statement calls “the current assault on Palestinian life” and calling on the festival to take a stance that is “consistent with those taken in response to other events that have struck the international community in recent years.” The war in Gaza followed Hamas’ attacks on Israel on Oct.

Shout! Studios Acquires North American Rights to EFM Title ‘Last Straw’ From Blue Finch Films (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Denmark - county Story - Berlin - Beyond
variety.com
16.02.2024 / 06:29

Shout! Studios Acquires North American Rights to EFM Title ‘Last Straw’ From Blue Finch Films (EXCLUSIVE)

Naman Ramachandran Blue Finch Films have sold North American rights to thriller “Last Straw” to Shout! Studios at the Berlin European Film Market. Written by Taylor Sardoni, “Last Straw” pays homage to the pressure- cooker genre films of the past and aims to present a raw and unrelenting twist on the home-invasion thriller. The story revolves around a young waitress working the late shift alone at a rural roadside diner.

New ‘The Sympathizer’ Trailer: Park Chan-Wook’s Limited Series For Max With Robert Downey Jr. Premieres On April 14 - theplaylist.net - Tokyo
theplaylist.net
15.02.2024 / 21:20

New ‘The Sympathizer’ Trailer: Park Chan-Wook’s Limited Series For Max With Robert Downey Jr. Premieres On April 14

HBO has several highly anticipated titles premiering on its network and Max in 2024, with “True Detective: Night Country” and “Tokyo Vice” Season 2 already bowing. Kate Winslet in “The Regime” is the next big title to drop next month, but after that comes “The Sympathizer,” Park Chan-wook‘s latest foray into TV.

Paramount’s Republic Pictures Acquires North American Rights to ‘The Silent Hour’ From AGC Studios, Meridian Pictures (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Canada - city Sandra - county Anderson - city Amsterdam - Boston - county Blair - Malta - county Ward
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 05:45

Paramount’s Republic Pictures Acquires North American Rights to ‘The Silent Hour’ From AGC Studios, Meridian Pictures (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor AGC Studios and Meridian Pictures has sold U.S. and Canada as well as Asia pay TV rights for the Brad Anderson-directed thriller “The Silent Hour,” starring “Suicide Squad’s” Joel Kinnaman, “1917’s” Mark Strong, “New Amsterdam’s” Sandra Mae Frank and “8 Mile’s” Mekhi Phifer, to the newly revitalized Paramount label Republic Pictures. In the film, Kinnaman plays a Boston police detective who suffers an on-the-job accident that leaves him hearing impaired.

Porsha Williams Guobadia To Make ‘The Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ Season 16 Return; Signs Overall Scripted Talent Deal With NBCUniversal - deadline.com - Atlanta - Kenya - city Sanya
deadline.com
13.02.2024 / 21:27

Porsha Williams Guobadia To Make ‘The Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ Season 16 Return; Signs Overall Scripted Talent Deal With NBCUniversal

Porsha Williams Guobadia is making her comeback to The Real Housewives of Atlanta and has also signed an overall scripted talent deal with NBCUniversal Entertainment.

Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Strikes First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. After ‘Barbie’ Success - variety.com
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12.02.2024 / 18:51

Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Strikes First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. After ‘Barbie’ Success

Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Margot Robbie‘s production company is making it official with the studio that backed the Oscar-nominated blockbuster “Barbie.” LuckyChap signed a multi-year, first-look feature film deal with Warner Bros. to collaborate on future projects. The pact follows the smash success of “Barbie,” which was distributed by Warner Bros.

Viggo Mortensen Western ‘The Dead Don’t Hurt’ Scores Further Sales for HanWay, Including France and U.K. (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Denmark - Poland - San Francisco - Singapore
variety.com
12.02.2024 / 11:45

Viggo Mortensen Western ‘The Dead Don’t Hurt’ Scores Further Sales for HanWay, Including France and U.K. (EXCLUSIVE)

Alex Ritman “The Dead Don’t Hurt,” the Viggo Mortensen-directed Western in which the three-time Oscar nominee stars alongside Vicky Krieps, has landed a number of international sales for HanWay Films. Newly confirmed territory deals for the film — a Talipot Studio, Recorded Picture and Perceval Pictures production — include France (Metropolitan), Spain (Wanda & Elastica), Scandinavia (Scanbox), U.K. (Signature), Benelux (Imagine), Poland (Galapagos), Middle East (Front Row), Singapore (Shaw) and Airlines/Ships (Cinesky).

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