3 December 2012 3:08 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Here’s a little businessy article that has just broken over on Deadline that proved to be so interesting, that I decided to give it this post. There’s no huge casting news, or news that a reboot of The Terminator is anywhere near production, but according to a post on Deadline’s New York website earlier this evening, it seems that the whole legal issues over rights to the franchise has, after 18 months, been finally resolved, paving the way for Annapurna Pictures head honcho Megan Ellison to get cracking.

Ellison’s company have ben responsible for outputting three of Hollywood’s highest profile, and indeed crtically acclaimed releases over the past few months; Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, John Hillcoat’s Lawless, and the Brad Pitt produced (and indeed starring) Killing Me Softly, as well as Kathryn Bigalow’s Zero Dark Thirty, which is released very soon. She »

- Paul Heath

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