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Exclusive: Hong Kong-based Bravos Pictures has picked up worldwide rights to two titles produced by leading Hong Kong filmmaker Pang Ho Cheung – Luk Yee-sum’s Lazy Hazy Crazy and Jason Kwan’s A Nail Clipper Romance.
Currently in post-production, A Nail Clipper Romance is a quirky tale about a young man who thinks he has fallen for the perfect woman until she admits to having unusual appetites. Chang Hsiao-chuan and Zhou Dong Yu head the cast. Kwan was DoP on Pang’s 2014 drama Aberdeen.
Lazy Hazy Crazy is a drama about three teenaged girls who make money through ‘compensated dating’. Luk previously worked with Pang as a writer on hits such asLove In The Buff, Vulgaria and Women Who Flirt.
Pang and Subi Liang’s Making Films Productions is producing both A Nail Clipper Romance and Lazy Hazy Crazy, which is currently in pre-production.
Bravos has also picked up Hong Kong and South-East Asian rights to Singaporean »
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Rufus Humphrey is back to diaper duty! Matthew Settle is expecting a child with his girlfriend Maria Alfonsin, Us Weekly can exclusively reveal. The Gossip Girl alum has stayed mum about the pregnancy, but it was his former costar Kelly Rutherford that spilled the beans this week in NYC. Rutherford, 46, let it slip that her former TV hubby, 45, was adding to his family during the Alice & Olivia + Domingo Zapata Celebrate Cfda Capsule Collection event on Tuesday, April 28. At the time, the actress listed [...] »
Although it didn't fare well with the nation's critics, with just a 7% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, those who enjoyed last fall's Ouija will be getting a sequel, according to producer Bradley Fuller. While conducting an interview with Collider for Project Almanac, the producer confirmed that a Ouija sequel is in development, although he would not confirm any plot or casting details, only that, "Ouija 2 is coming." It isn't know if Bradley Fuller and his producing partner Andrew Form have hired a screenwriter to craft the story at this time.
While Ouija certainly wasn't a critical hit, the thriller did take in $90.6 million worldwide from just a $5 million production budget. Those numbers are similar to another Universal Pictures' low-budget hit, The Purge, which took in $89.3 million from a $3 million budget, and last year's follow-up The Purge: Anarchy, which bested its predecessor with $110 million worldwide from a $9 million budget. Both »
3 items from 2015
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