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London agency grabs 3 Mills Studio

30 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- Government-backed organization London Development Agency said Thursday that it has exchanged contracts with Workspace Group to acquire studio facility 3 Mills Studio. Productions shot at the London site include television's Bad Girls and Footballers' Wives, in addition to Warner Bros.-backed Tim Burton animation The Corpse Bride. Movies shot there include Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, directed by Guy Ritchie. The acquisition, for an undisclosed sum, gives the LDA a studio facility located in the U.K. capital. LDA said in a statement it had bought the studio "as part of its drive to support and develop London's creative industries." »

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New Line bites on gory horror film 'Bedbugs'

21 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

New Line Cinema has picked up the horror script Bedbugs from writer Carter Blanchard. Beau Flynn and Tripp Vinson are producing through their Contrafilm. Bedbugs tells the tale of a small town that is infested with a species of killer bugs that come at night and burrow inside a person, killing from the inside. It's described as following in the tradition of Crisis in the Hot Zone and 28 Days Later. Sean Perrone and Aaron Kaplan are executive producing. Overseeing for New Line are Richard Brenner, Cale Boyter and Magnus Kim. Contrafilm, which has a nonexclusive first-look deal at New Line, has a number of projects at the company, including Solace with Gary Fleder attached to direct, The Number 23 and the coming-of-age thriller Conrail. The company is in postproduction on the Brett Ratner-helmed After the Sunset, which is scheduled for a fall release. Blanchard, who has worked on Immortals for Universal and Dog Days at MGM, is repped by UTA and Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment. »

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Eccleston Is New Dr. Who

22 March 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Classically trained British actor Christopher Eccleston has been confirmed as Dr. Who for the eagerly awaited new TV series. The 28 Days Later star will be the ninth Dr Who in the cult British show - beating off competition from transvestite comedian Eddie Izzard, Gosford Park actor Richard E Grant and TV favorite Alan Davies, to appear in the first series in 15 years. Jane Tranter, head of BBC drama, says, "We have chosen one of Britain's finest actors. It signals our intention to take Dr. Who into the 21st century as well as retaining its core, traditional values to be surprising, edgy and eccentric." Filming is due to start in Wales later this spring with the first series airing early next year. »

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