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FilmNation, Open Road, Riverstone take 'Show Dogs' to Cannes

28 April 2016 11:24 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Open Road Films and Riverstone Pictures family adventure heads to the Croisette through the Open Road International arrangement with Glen Basner’s FilmNation.

Raja Gosnell of Scooby Doo and The Smurfs fame will direct the live-action project that Open Road and Riverstone will co-produce and co-finance.

Show Dogs has been earmarked for a September production start ahead of an October 13, 2017, Us release through Open Road.

The film will feature a cast of talking dogs led by Max, a solitary Rottweiler police dog who must learn to become a team player and go undercover to help his new human handler thwart an attack on a prestigious dog show by animal traffickers.

Open Road CEO Tom Ortenberg and Deepak Nayar of Riverstone Pictures announced the project on Thursday.

Max Botkin wrote the screenplay and Nayar produces with Philip von Alvensleben.

Ortenberg, Nik Bower, Max Botkin, Gosnell, and Scott Lambert will serve as executive producers.

Gosnell is represented »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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FilmNation, Open Road take 'Show Dogs' to Cannes

28 April 2016 11:24 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Open Road Films and Riverstone Pictures family adventure heads to the Croisette through the Open Road International arrangement with Glen Basner’s FilmNation.

Raja Gosnell of Scooby Doo and The Smurfs fame will direct the live-action project that Open Road and Riverstone will co-produce and co-finance.

Show Dogs has been earmarked for a September production start ahead of an October 13, 2017, Us release through Open Road.

The film will feature a cast of talking dogs led by Max, a solitary Rottweiler police dog who must learn to become a team player and go undercover to help his new human handler thwart an attack on a prestigious dog show by animal traffickers.

Open Road CEO Tom Ortenberg and Deepak Nayar of Riverstone Pictures announced the project on Thursday.

Max Botkin wrote the screenplay and Nayar produces with Philip von Alvensleben.

Ortenberg, Nik Bower, Max Botkin, Gosnell, and Scott Lambert will serve as executive producers.

Gosnell is represented »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Banshee Season 4 Episode 1 Review – ‘Something Out of the Bible’

2 April 2016 12:45 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Kris Wall reviews the first episode of Banshee season 4…

Warning : Full spoilers to follow.

I love Banshee, I just had to get that out there immediately !

As Banshee begins its fourth and final season, lets recap the events of season three that have lead up to now. The season opened with Lucas Hood leading deputies Brock and Siobhan on a quest of violent revenge to avenge the murder of Deputy Yawners  by white supremacists at the climax of season two, an act that Frank Castle would have applauded, but immediately put him even more at odds with a concerned Brock than he ever was before. Meanwhile Carrie’s criminal past came to light and completely exiled her from her husband, Gordon, and her children, Deva and Max. The hulking warchief, Chayton Littlestone, and the Redbones returned, laying waste to the Banshee P.D in retaliation for the death of his brother, »

- Kris Wall

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Dan Mazer’s Rock Star Comedy ‘Stiff’ in the Works as Movie

22 February 2016 6:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Andras Hamori’s H2O Motion Pictures is launching development on the rock-star comedy “Stiff” and the thriller “American Solo,” Variety has learned exclusively.

“Stiff” is based on a script from Dan Mazer, the longtime writing and producing partner of Sacha Baron Cohen. The project centers on an ’80s rock star who falls into a 30-year coma and wakes to find the world and his family have moved on without him.

“Stiff” will be directed by Michael Dowse, whose most recent film was the Daniel Radcliffe-Zoe Kazan comedy-drama “What If.” Dowse will produce with Hamori and Jodi Cahn will exec produce.

“Stiff” will begin production in the summer/fall in London.

H2O has also optioned the film rights for the German novel “American Solo” by Katja Eichinger, prior to its English-language publication. The thriller follows the story of a famous musician who kidnaps his neighbor’s beautiful young »

- Dave McNary

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Berlin: Theodore Herzl Biopic Set with Peter Medak Directing (Exclusive)

12 February 2016 7:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

H2O Motion Pictures is producing the biopic “Herzl,” based on the life of political activist Theodore Herzl — one of the key players in the creation of the state of Israel — with a fall shoot planned, Variety has learned exclusively.

“Herzl” will shoot on location in Vienna, Budapest, Istanbul, London, Paris and Jerusalem. Hungarian-born Peter Medak, whose credits include “The Ruling Class” and “Let Him Have It,” will direct from a script by Nicholas Kazan, who received an Oscar nomination for “Reversal of Fortune.”

Andras Hamori, whose credits include “Sunshine,” “The Sweet Hereafter” and “Cheri,” is producing.

Set at the turn of the 20th century,”Herzl” follows the story of self-made political activist Theodor Herzl and his tumultuous family life with Viennese socialite Julie Naschauer. Herzl saw the solution to the “Jewish Question” in the creation of a new country and laid the groundwork for contemporary Israel.

Development began over four years ago, »

- Dave McNary

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Our Guide to the Science Fiction and Fantasy TV Shows Coming in 2016

9 January 2016 6:09 PM, PST | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

2016 is going to be a bitchin’ year for science fiction and fantasy television shows. Not only for new shows hitting your screen but returning favorites! Here are some of our favorites that we are looking forward to over the next twelve months:

Mid Season Premieres:

“iZombie” (January 12, The CW)

Our darling but reluctant zombie Liv has broken up with Major for what feels like the billionth time (poor Major amiright?), the mob boss and Max Rager company are still on the loose, and the zombie cure is pretty much dead (get it??). Things aren’t looking good for our protags.

The Walking Dead” (February 14, AMC)

The zombie horde is in Alexandria and the town that could have been home is about to be destroyed (Again). Guess who is about to come to make an entrance? Highly anticipated villain of the comic book series, Negan, it scheduled make his appearance in »

- Sarah Sommer

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