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Because you don't actually need an excuse to have Brian Williams and Jimmy Fallon charm an audience for 90 minutes, the Paley Center for Media in New York last night hosted a chat between the two NBC stalwarts. And while their conversation was filled with fun factoids about the Late Night host's showbiz career -- and some sad revelations, like that Fallon has no plans to make any more movies; whither Taxi 2 -- the most exciting part might have been Fallon's answer to an audience question about what television reunion he plans on beating the drum for next. For the uninitiated, Fallon famously tried to get the cast of Saved By the Bell together -- he didn't succeed -- and later turned the trick with the much less popular California Dreams. So who does he have in mind now? »
EuropaCorp's Little White Lies aka Les Petits Mouchoirs by Guillaume Canet from France is on the Tipped for Cannes list.. meanwhile The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, which had its world premiere at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival on April 9, received an extraordinary review from Screen .
And EuropaCorp is currently featured in Nikke Finke's Deadline Hollywood as it seeks to take its film I I Love You Phillip Morris away from Consolidated Pictures Group for North American distribution and put it into the hands of Newmarket. Read it for news of a good fight. The comments are especially telling.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp is known in the Us for its big films with 20th Century Fox, Sony, Disney and Lionsgate, films like Clash of the Titans or The Incredible Hulk. However movie buffs and the older acquisitions executives will remember the buzz around Luc Besson's early film in »
2 items from 2010
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