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Curtains On Enthusiasm – Larry David Heads To Broadway

8 August 2014 3:52 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Details have been revealed about the much-mooted Broadway debut of popular curmudgeon and co-creator of Seinfeld Larry David. Fish In The Dark, written by David, showcases the Curb Your Enthusiasm star in a role that shockingly isn’t a million miles from what he does best. Throw in a plot, so to speak, about a family bereavement and you have all the ingredients for a comedy blacker than Marilyn Manson’s duvet cover. Unless he’s planning a deviation into dramatic territory (highly unlikely but we can’t rule it out) this looks to be more of the trademark Larry-based calamity, though the chance to see this brilliant performer spew venom live makes the production a hot ticket from the off.

David famously put himself on the New York stage in a fictionalized capacity opposite David Schwimmer in The Producers via Curb, so Fish In The Dark has him putting »

- Steve Palace

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Eye on Emmy: Bellamy Young on the Scandal Twist That Made Mellie a Survivor (and the One That 'Killed' Her)

20 June 2014 10:48 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Bells is the belle of the ball.

Bellamy Young, who plays Scandal‘s First Lady Mellie Grant, has converted her first-ever acting nomination into a deserved win, at this year’s Critics’ Choice Television Awards – and against stiff competition.

“What’s awesome, I feel, is that I am alive and working in a time when women are increasingly being allowed to be complicated — to be morally ambiguous, to be empowered and emancipated and unpredictable,” the actress shared with TVLine on the eve of her momentous night. Surveying the roster of those who likely will next be vying with her for »

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Ratings: Rookie Blue Returns Down, Hell's Kitchen and Last Comic Rise

20 June 2014 8:49 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

ABC’s Rookie Blue returned to duty on Thursday night with a pair of episodes that averaged 5.7 million total viewers and a 1.0 rating, down from its Season 4 opener (6 mil/1.2) but adding audience versus its September finale (4.7 mil/1.0).

Opening ABC’s night, the relocated Black Box (4 mil/0.7) added a few eyeballs but was flat in the demo.

Related Rookie Blue Post Mortem: Andy/Sam’s Future, Nick’s Next Step and More

Over on Fox’s, Hell’s Kitchen (4.9 mil/1.8) rose two tenths week-to-week to match a Big Bang rerun (7.5 mil/1.8) for the nightly demo win. Gang Related (2.6 mil/0.9) ticked up a tenth. »

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Rookie Blue Post Mortem: Andy/Sam's Future, Nick's Next Step and More

19 June 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Warning: If you have yet to watch Thursday’s Season 5 premiere of Rookie Blue, avert your eyes now. Everyone else, read on…

The cops of Rookie Blue returned to ABC on Thursday night, and so did the heartache.

Andy, essentially, broke things off with Nick to be with her ex Sam. But just when it looked like the pair was finally ready to give it a real go, Andy told Sam she needed space after his sister scared her off with a spiel about Sam shutting down.

Related Rookie Blue Casts Being Erica‘s Erin Karpluk in Mysterious Role

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Cannes: Dogwoof Sells ‘Advanced Style,’ ‘The Last Impresario’

16 May 2014 7:27 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Cannes — Dogwoof has inked a string of Cannes deals for “Advanced Style” and “The Last Impresario.”

All-rights deals for “Advanced Style,” which is helmed by Lina Plioplyte and Ari Seth Cohen, were inked in Scandinavia and the Baltics with Non Stop Entertainment, and in Japan with New Select Co. Pic is based on the fashion blog and book of the same name highlighting stylish New Yorkers above the age of 60.

Deals for Gracie Otto’s (pictured) “The Last Impresario,” about producer and bon vivant Michael White, who revolutionized London’s theater scene in the 1970s, were closed in Canada with KinoSmith and Italy with I Wonder Pictures.

Dogwoof also represents Alex Gibney’s “Finding Fela” biopic about Nigerian musician Fela Kuti, which premiered at Sundance and makes it market premiere in Cannes.

Dogwoof is also pre-selling “Sour Grapes,” helmed by Jerry Rothwell (“Town of Runners”), about the world’s greatest wine fraud, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Advanced Style sells for Dogwoof

16 May 2014 6:21 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Company also records deals on The Last Impresario.

Dogwoof has announced a string of deals on Advanced Style [pictured] and The Last Impresario.

Lina Plioplyte & Ari Seth Cohen’s Advanced Style inked all-rights deals in Scandinavia and the Baltics (Non Stop Entertainment) and in Japan (New Select Co.), while Gracie Otto’s The Last Impresario sold to Canada (KinoSmith) and Italy (I Wonder Pictures).

Ana Vincente of Dogwoof brokered the deals, with market screenings taking place over the weekend for additional territories.

Also on Dogwoof’s Cannes slate are Alex Gibney’s Sundance premiere Finding Fela and Jerry Rothwell’s Sour Grapes, currently in production. »

- (Ian Sandwell)

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The Bachelor's Juan Pablo Defends His Choices: 'I'm Not a Bad Guy!'

16 March 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Even after 18 seasons of the smash franchise, perhaps no Bachelor has earned as much tabloid ink for his on- (and off-) camera -behavior as Juan Pablo Galavis. Since this season's premiere, the Venezuelan sports consultant, and single dad to daughter Camila, has been mired in near constant controversy. He has provoked the ire of die-hard fans for some questionable comments off-air as well as the on-air rage of the women he was supposed to be wooing. His first runner-up, Clare Crawley, upon being let go after Galavis, 32, had reassured her of a possible future together, snapped, "I would never want »

- Aili Nahas

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Great Premise Wasted; 5 Great Stories That Deserved Better Movies

24 January 2014 10:39 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Where others may diagnose death for a failed film, a certain cinematic surgeon endeavors to breathe new life into moribund movies through extreme and invasive procedures. Whether it be rescuing invaluable elements from train wrecks for transplant, identifying cause of symptoms or resurrecting doomed patients with wholesale rewrites, Cinematic Surgery aims to show that even the most tragic or insolvable cases can be saved in the operating/editing room.

Such is the current culture in the filmmaking world that the very notion of suggesting ‘remake’ is considered sacrilege, a soul selling throw down to the cynical moneymakers bleeding dry a stable of beloved movies of the past in pursuit of sales through nostalgia and association, all to the detriment of goodwill and creativity. But the problem isn’t in the concept, it’s in the choices.

On occasion, there has been a film put out that sells itself through the strength of its tantalizing premise, »

- Scott Patterson

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Dogwoof to pre-sell wine fraud doc

17 January 2014 6:56 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Dogwoof to handle pre-sales on Sour Grapes.

UK-based distributor Dogwoof has boarded pre-sales for Sour Grapes, currently in production, a documentary that tells the story of one of the greatest wine fraud cases in the Us.

Directed by Jerry Rothwell, who previously made documentaries Deep Water and Town of Runners, the film unfolds as a heist thriller in the vintage wine market, following the rise and fall of wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan.

The deal was brokered by Vesna Cudic, head of TV sales and acquisitions at Dogwoof with Met Film Production producer Al Morrow and Faites Un Voeu producer Catherine Simeon.

It marks the third third partnership between Dogwoof and Met Film Production following Town of Runners and Village at the End of the World.

Dogwoof came on board at the production stage after seeing an initial pitch at Sheffield Doc/Fest. Completion is set for late 2014. »

- (Michael Rosser)

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What is Jerry Seinfeld's 'Gigantic' Secret Project? 5 Possibilities

7 January 2014 8:35 AM, PST | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David have a secret. Or so Seinfeld said yesterday in his Reddit Ama. Asked what the most mundane thing is that he and David (co-creators of Seinfeld) have obsessed over, he replied, "We never obsess over anything that isn't mundane. Most recent was intentional mumbling. We wrote this script for this thing that you will eventually see but I can't reveal what it is at this time. All I can do is tell you that it's big, huge, gigantic. Even bigger than that Amazon package." (He »

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