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The company will aim to make up to eight films a year and focus on “sophisticated, thought-provoking and talent-driven material in an effort to make high quality films that will be remembered.”
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Veteran financier Cassian Elwes and production-finance company Armory Films and its partners Chris Lemole and Tim Zajaros have created Zeal Media Co. as an independent film finance and production company.
The announcement came on Tuesday, two days before the opening of the Berlin Film Festival and European Film Market.
The newly formed operation’s first film is “Billionaire Boys Club,” which recently wrapped production and was directed by James Cox with Kevin Spacey, Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton, Emma Roberts, Jeremy Irvine and Bokeem Woodbine starring. Good Universe is handling sales at Berlin.
Zeal has a goal of financing and/or producing up to eight films per year. The company will focus on producing “sophisticated, thought provoking” and talent-driven material.
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Breaking Bad alumna Emily Rios has landed the female lead on A&E's hip-hop crime drama pilot The Infamous. It revolves around two complicated men on a collision course: an ambitious reformed gangster poised to break out of South Central (Bokeem Woodbine) and the Lapd detective hell-bent on taking him down. It will be set against real events in turbulent 1990s Los Angeles leading up to the La Riots. Rios, repped by Domain and Kass Management, will play Alice Calderon, a… »
Netflix’s upcoming Series of Unfortunate Events adaptation just found two of its (un)lucky stars.
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Adapted from the novels by Lemony Snicket, A Series of Unfortunate Events tells the story of the orphaned Baudelaire children who are constantly at odds with the villainous Count Olaf as they try to uncover the truth about their parents’ death.
The long-gestating »
"Fargo" and "Transparent" will lead the Critics' Choice TV Awards when winners are announced on Sunday, January 17, according to our racetrack odds. The acclaimed programs will take four awards each. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions These awards presented their last winners last May, but the Broadcast TV Journalists Association decided to change their schedule to hold their awards in January to coincide with the Critics' Choice Movie Awards. That means, for one time only, these awards only considered programs that aired between June and December 2015. "Fargo" will sweep the longform categories, taking four out of the five prizes: Best Movie/Miniseries, Best Movie/Mini Actress (Kirsten Dunst) and both supporting awards for Bokeem Woodbine and Jean Smart. The last longform award will go to Oscar Isaac as Best Movie/Mini Actor for "Show M..." »
Fargo may be profligate with killing, but it never forgets the cost. Here's our review of the excellent season two finale...
This review contains spoilers
The slow procession of Gerhardt bodies in the opening moments of this final episode acts as a reminder of the high cost that this season has levied on its characters. Although no one really left the series totally unscathed, the routing of the once-powerful local crime family should be regarded as the core tragedy of the narrative. A combination of stupidity and downright bad luck prompted Rye’s demise and the family continued to exhibit both characteristics until they were utterly destroyed. A failure to instigate a clear succession plan caused rifts between Floyd and Dodd, which only exacerbated the problems between Dodd and Bear, which would have been bad enough even without Hanzee acting as a wildcard angel of death. »
6 items from 2016
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