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China’s Alibaba Nets Deal With Kobe Bryant; Includes ‘Muse’ Doc, Branded Products

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Turns out Alibaba founder Jack Ma really is a Lakers fan — or certainly a Kobe Bryant fan. Last October, China’s richest man was spotted courtside at the Lakers’ season opener, sandwiched between Wme chiefs Ari Emanuel and Patrick Whitesell, during a week in which he made highly-publicized rounds of Hollywood. Today, some of what was perhaps percolating on that trip has become clear. Ma’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has entered into a wide-ranging agreement with Lakers… »


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Eran Creevy’s Coveted ‘Collide’ Drives Out Of Relativity; New Distrib Deal Imminent

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Exclusive: British director Eran Creevy’s hot title Collide, previously known as Autobahn, has extricated itself from Relativity with a new domestic deal set to close within days. This is a fluid situation and Deadline understands that Creevy’s film, which stars Nicholas Hoult, Felicity Jones and Anthony Hopkins, is generating much demand with multiple offers on the table. It had been set for release by Relativity on October 30. However, with Ryan Kavanaugh’s beleaguered… »


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AMC Global Acquires ‘Humans’, Will Simulcast ‘Into The Badlands'; Canal Plus Preps ‘Guyane’ – Global Briefs

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Following the recent news of its 2nd season order, Humans has been acquired by AMC Global for first-window rights from Endemol Shine International. The eight-part Season 1 will debut in most of AMC Global's 125 markets in October with the 2nd run to follow in 2016; it will continue to air on Channel 4 in the UK. AMC is also ramping up its simultaneous global premieres with martial arts drama Into The Badlands set to debut in most offshore territories in step with the U.S… »


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‘Rogue Nation’ Puts Cruise In Control At $65M Offshore; Sets Career & ‘M:i’ Franchise Bests – Intl Box Office Update

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2Nd Update, 6:30 Pm Pt: Tom Cruise was in control at the worldwide box office this weekend as Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation took off with $121M global. The international portion of that, $65M, topped the last film in the franchise, Ghost Protocol, by 49% on a like-for-like currency basis in the same market suite. The franchise to date has made about $2.1B with Migp the biggest overseas at $485M. That was also Cruise's best-ever showing offshore where his enduring and… »


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