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Common To Topline ‘Black Samurai’ Television Adaptation

17 June 2016 11:11 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

A television adaptation of “Black Samurai” is in the works with Common set to star as Robert Sand, Variety confirms.

Based on Marc Olden’s 1974 book series, the story follows Robert after he is rescued by a Japanese samurai master and trains with him for seven years. After he suffers from racism in the military and his teacher is killed in front of him by terrorists, he sets out to seek revenge on the ones who took the lives of his friends.

Read More: Wilmer Valderrama Joins Cast of CBS’ ‘NCIS’

The series will be executive produced by Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, Wu Films’ Mitchell Diggs and Diane Crafford and Andre Gaines with his Cinemation banner.

Robert Sand is like black Jason Bourne. ‘Black Samurai’ is one of the most unique, timely and fun experiences I’ve ever read, while at the same time tackling some serious subjects around race and diversity, »

- Liz Calvario

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Common To Topline ‘Black Samurai’ Television Adaptation

17 June 2016 11:11 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A television adaptation of “Black Samurai” is in the works with Common set to star as Robert Sand, Variety confirms.

Based on Marc Olden’s 1974 book series, the story follows Robert after he is rescued by a Japanese samurai master and trains with him for seven years. After he suffers from racism in the military and his teacher is killed in front of him by terrorists, he sets out to seek revenge on the ones who took the lives of his friends.

Read More: Wilmer Valderrama Joins Cast of CBS’ ‘NCIS’

The series will be executive produced by Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, Wu Films’ Mitchell Diggs and Diane Crafford and Andre Gaines with his Cinemation banner.

Robert Sand is like black Jason Bourne. ‘Black Samurai’ is one of the most unique, timely and fun experiences I’ve ever read, while at the same time tackling some serious subjects around race and diversity, »

- Liz Calvario

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Fellini’s City of Women

30 May 2016 5:08 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

That naughty boy Federico Fellini goes all out with this essay-hallucination about women, a surreal odyssey that hurls Marcello Mastroianni into a world in which women are no longer putting up with male nonsense. It's an honest (if still somewhat sexist) effort by an artist acknowledging illusions and pleasures that he knows are infantile. City of Women Blu-ray Cohen Media Group 1980 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 139 min. / La cittá delle donne / Street Date May 31, 2016 / 39.98 Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Anna Prucnal, Bernice Stegers, Iole Silvani, Donatella Damiani, Ettore Manni, Fiammetta Baralla, Catherine Carrel, Rose Alba. Cinematography Giuseppe Rotunno Film Editor Ruggero Mastroianni Original Music Luis Bacalov Written by Brunello Rondi, Bernardino Zapponi, Federico Fellini Produced by Franco Rossellini, Renzo Rossellini, Daniel Toscan du Plantier Directed by Federico Fellini

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

Federico Fellini's 1980 City of Women was called 'wonderfully uninhibited' by The New York Times. Fellini's output slowed to a crawl in the 1970s, »

- Glenn Erickson

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Realitism, Films Distribution Team On ‘Casablancas’ Hybrid Docu (Exclusive)

4 January 2016 5:02 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris– Realitism Film is on board to produce Hubert Woroniecki’s “Casablancas – The Man Who Loved Women,” a hybrid documentary feature portraying the glamorous and colorful life of John Casablancas, the New York-born creator of the Elite modeling agency.

Budgeted at $800,000 and sold by Films Distribution, the docu is narrated by Casablancas based on an interview which he gave to Woroniecki two years before passing in 2013. The doc weaves exclusive archive stills from Casablancas’ life, footage from TV interviews and animation.

Casablancas launched the careers of such supermodels as Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer, Linda Evangelista and Kate Moss. Through the Elite agency, Casablancas turned these models into pop culture icons.

Diane Jassem, Christine Ponelle and Grégory Bernard are producing at Paris-based Realitism Film, the shingle behind Rodolphe Marconi’s “Lagerfeld Confidentiel” which played in Berlin in 2007 and Quentin Dupieux’s movies such as “Wrong Cops” and “Realité. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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