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Fip hires Michael Andreen

30 July 2014 3:32 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Fox International Productions has named Michael Andreen svp of production, effective August 1.The appointment marks Andreen’s second return to the studio, having previously served in various creative production capacities on Master and Commander and The Day After Tomorrow, among others.He most recently worked at Narratology as a consultant to Chinese media companies and funds.Career credits include senior positions at Walt Disney Studios, Warner Independ

Fox International Productions has named Michael Andreen svp of production, effective August 1.

The appointment marks Andreen’s second return to the studio, having previously served in various creative production capacities on Master and Commander and The Day After Tomorrow, among others.

He most recently worked at Narratology as a consultant to Chinese media companies and funds.

Career credits include senior positions at Walt Disney Studios, Warner Independent Pictures, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment Films and LeVision Pictures Us.

“Jim [Gianopulos, Fox Filmed Entertainment chairman] and Sanford [Panitch, Fip president] have built the best international production unit in our business,” said »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Fox International Taps Michael Andreen As Svp Production

30 July 2014 8:10 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Michael Andreen has been named Svp Production at Fox International Prods. and will assume his new role on August 1, Sanford Panitch, Fip’s president said today. Fip has a strong local-language business and Andreen’s hire likely indicates a ramping up in that area. It’s also a homecoming for Andreen at Fox. He previously served in various creative production capacities, working on titles including Master And Commander: The Far Side Of The World and The Day After Tomorrow. He has also held senior positions at Walt Disney Studios, where he developed strategy and pursued operational implementation of the company’s international initiative to extend […] »

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Women Prevailing Despite Sexism in Slowly-Changing Below-the-Line Industry

29 July 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When Rita Lundin was working as a driver on “Men in Black 3,” the message from her Teamsters coordinator was blunt: We don’t like to work with women.

“He told me he wouldn’t be able to sleep, thinking I wasn’t going to make it to the set and that I wouldn’t be able to do the job,” she says.

It didn’t matter that Lundin, 55, was a third-generation member of the movie industry, and grew up on the sets of films and TV shows, even appearing as an extra on “Gunsmoke” when she was a girl. Nor were her prior credits as a driver — an impressive list that includes “Iron Man” and “The Hangover” — enough proof that she could handle a job that required her to move massive trailers, set up generators and keep the stars’ cushy offscreen homes clean and in shape.

“Being a woman, »

- Brent Lang

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20 Upcoming Movies That Are Going To Suck

15 July 2014 6:31 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Paramount Pictures

A lot of movies these days have one thing in common: they suck. As passionate film fans, though, no matter how bad a movie looks, we tend to give it the benefit of the doubt until come release day – the time upon which something that has spent years in development and production goes out into the world and is exposed to the opinions of millions of people. When it goes right, it usually goes really right. When it goes wrong, however… well, you don’t really want to be there when that happens.

The problem with sucky movies nowadays seems to stem from the fact that explosions and a sense of the “broad” tends to take the focus away from telling properly realised and intricate stories, which means that most movies – Hollywood movies, anyway – tend to leave your memory banks minutes after you’ve seen them. It’s »

- Sam Hill

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Snowpiercer – The Review

13 July 2014 12:06 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

You may not know it, but a futuristic thriller that opened overseas last year to glowing reviews and hefty box office business snuck into Us theatres less than a couple of weeks ago. Yes, I said snuck. Oh, and two of the actresses in it are recent Oscar winners. And the main star was a major part of the third highest grossing film of all time. Speaking of grosses, the director helmed South Korea’s biggest grossing movie…of all time. So, where are the billboards, when did the TV spots air? Most importantly, why didn’t they show the film to the press, so we can generate a little word-of-mouth buzz before opening day? Perhaps it’s because this is not a sequel or a reboot, and it’s not about a popular superhero (it is based on a graphic novel, though a fairly obscure French work). This is »

- Jim Batts

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Independence Day: the film that defined modern summer movies

2 July 2014 7:53 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Independence Day was released in the Us 18 years ago today. Ryan looks at its ongoing impact on how summer movies are made and marketed...

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In 1990, Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin were Hollywood outsiders. Devlin was a young New York-born actor who'd appeared in a few TV shows and movies, such as the 1985 comedy, Real Genius. Emmerich was a German filmmaker whose credits consisted of low-budget films such as The Noah's Ark Principle (1984), and Hollywood-Monster (1987). Emmerich's 1990 film, Moon 44, was about pilots defending mining colonies with space-faring helicopters, and featured a glum-looking Malcolm McDowell.

Dean Devlin was also among Moon 44's cast, and it was here that he forged a partnership with Emmerich: Devlin hated Moon 44's dialogue, so he went and wrote his own. Within two years, they'd made their first film together - Universal Soldier, written by Devlin, directed by Emmerich, and produced by Carolco. »

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Alleluia, Cold In July, Goodbye To Language at Sitges 2014

1 July 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

The countdown is on to my favourite festival! Sitges 2014 is on this October 3 - 12 on the sunny shores of the Mediterranean, and the first wave of amazing programing was announced this morning. Among a plethora of titles, is was announced that the festival's Grand Honourary Award will be given to Roland Emmerich (The Day After Tomorrow, Universal Soldier, Stargate).As previously announced, the festival will open with [Rec]4, the final installment of the amazing pseudo-zombie saga, directed by Jaume Balagueró. Among other great titles to be seen are Cold in July, Under the Skin, What We Do in the Shadows, Map to the Stars, Alleluia, Goodbye to Language (is this the first Godard to be at Sitges, I wonder?), and the latest from...

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Roland Emmerich, Hollywood's master of disaster, discusses directing 'Stonewall' -- Exclusive

4 June 2014 8:40 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

June 28 will mark the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, in which New York City police raided a Greenwich Village gay dive bar called the Stonewall Inn. It wasn’t unusual for cops to harass and even arrest customers at gay clubs in 1969 — but this time, the Stonewall’s regulars fought back. The confrontation that ensued helped spark the gay civil rights movement.

It’s currently Day 5 on the Montreal set of Stonewall, a $20 million indie about the historic riot that stars Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Match Point), and Ron Perlman (Drive). But what’s most fascinating »

- Jeff Labrecque

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Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman Join Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’

3 June 2014 10:52 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Jonathan Rhys Meyers (“The Tudors”), Ron Perlman and Joey King have joined Jeremy Irvine in Roland Emmerich’s drama “Stonewall,” with shooting commencing in Montreal.

Stonewall” is produced by Emmerich, Michael Fossat, Marc Frydman, and Carsten Lorenz; executive producers are Kirstin Winkler, Adam Press and Michael Roban.

Irvine portrays a young man in New York caught up during the 1969 Stonewall Riots, considered the starting point for the modern gay civil rights movement. The cast includes Jonny Beauchamp, Caleb Landry Jones, Karl Glusman, Vlademir Alexis, and Alexandre Nachi.

The script is written by Jon Robin Baitz.

Emmerich’s directing credits include “Independence Day,” “White House Down,” “The Day After Tomorrow,” “2012″ and “Anonymous.”

Meyers is represented by CAA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners; Perlman by Gersh Agency and Klwgn; and King by Coast to Coast Talent Group and Industry Entertainment.

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- Dave McNary

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Ron Perlman and Jonathan Rhys Meyers join Roland Emmerich's drama Stonewall

3 June 2014 7:41 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Roland Emmerich's directorial career has spanned all sorts of genre entertainment from historical epics like The Patriot and 10,000 BC to scifi blockbusters Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow, and Godzilla. But through his three decade career, he has made one lone drama film. 2011's Anonymous was a period film about conspiracy theories surrounding who wrote the plays of William Shakespeare. Now, Emmerich is preparing to make the sequel to Independence Day but not before trying »

- Alex Maidy

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‘Stargate’ To Return In New Trilogy

30 May 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Following news that Nineties blockbuster Independence Day is getting a sequel, another memorable movie from the same stable is headed back to the big screen, this time as part of a trilogy. Presumably “inspired” by the revival of Star Wars, producer/director team Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich are to create a new version of their pyramid-heavy sci-fi epic from 1994. Stargate was seen as a gamble at the time, with its ambitious storyline of a portal to an Egyptian-inspired fantasy world and a relatively modest cast of Kurt Russell, James Spader and The Crying Game’s Jaye Davidson. But the release saw it break the box office the way a minion hammers a foundation stone, and though Stargate 2 never materialized there was a long-running TV spin off starring Patty and Selma’s favourite star Richard Dean Anderson, as well as Stargates: Atlantis and Universe in addition to various associated merchandise. »

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Emmerich to direct Stargate reboot

30 May 2014 1:59 AM, PDT | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

A new trilogy is being planned. Roland Emmerich is being lined up to direct a reboot of his popular 1994 sci-fi adventure, Stargate. Emmerich, whose credits include Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow and new Sky Premiere White House Down, has been approached by Warner Bros and MGM to start a completely new trilogy based on the concept of a 'Stargate' that allows the human race to travel to far-flung places in the cosmos. »

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"X-Men: Apocalypse" To Be A Disaster Epic

25 May 2014 2:12 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"X-Men: Days of Future Past" producer Simon Kinberg continues dropping key quotes about the upcoming follow-up film "X-Men: Apocalypse" in which he will re-team with director Bryan Singer. As we know, it will introduce the villain Apocalypse - the oldest and most powerful mutant to have ever lived.

The films featuring the younger X-Men cast have generally incorporated other genres into their superhero formula. "X-Men: First Class" was in part a Cold War political thriller, whilst "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is as much classic science fiction as anything else with its time travel antics.

Speaking about the film with IGN, Kinberg revealed that the third one will be in part inspired by modern 'end of the world' disaster epics like "The Day After Tomorrow" and "2012".

"The thing that we've spent the most time talking about is not just the visual execution of the character, which is its own challenge »

- Garth Franklin

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Box Office Report: Godzilla Is A Monster At #1

18 May 2014 10:54 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The King of the Monsters was the king of the North American box office this weekend, as Godzilla opened at a big #1 with $93.2 million. If estimates hold, that is the second-biggest opening of 2014, after Captain America: The Winter Soldier (with $95 million).

Although it did not break this year’s opening weekend record, Godzilla did give 2014 its biggest opening day. The film made $38.5 on Friday (an estimated $9.3 million of that came from late Thursday shows). It dipped 17 percent to $32.2 on Saturday and is slated to fall another 30 percent to make $22.5 million on Sunday. Critics and audiences were mostly happy with the big-budget monster mash as well, the latter giving it a B+ CinemaScore.

Godzilla surpassed industry expectations for the $160 million production, which had estimated the film would debut in the $70-million range. Although the opening was big, Gareth Edwards’ take on the creature sold only slightly more tickets than Roland Emmerich »

- Jordan Adler

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Forecast: 'Godzilla' Poised for Monster Debut

15 May 2014 4:12 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Thursday Update: Playing at around 3,400 locations, Godzilla earned a phenomenal $9.3 million from late Thursday shows. That's one of the best late-night openings ever for a non-sequel.Compared to recent releases, Godzilla actually performed better than The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($8.7 million), and was only a bit behind Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($10.2 million). It also did over twice as much business as World War Z ($3.6 million), which had the advantage of opening when school was out.This debut guarantees at least $70 million for Godzilla. If it plays like Spider-Man 2, it will have the biggest opening of the year with around $98 million. It could go even higher, though: using Thor: The Dark World or 300: Rise of An Empire as comparable titles puts the movie above $110 million for the weekend.Of course, those are all sequels, which should theoretically be more front-loaded. At this point, the sky is the limit for Godzilla. »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Why We Still Love Godzilla

13 May 2014 5:45 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

For a creature who's been asleep for hundreds of millions of years, Godzilla is surprisingly adept at changing with the times.

Across 60 years and 30 movies, from his first appearance in 1954's "Godzilla" to the second American reboot "Godzilla" opening this week, the Lizard King has reflected the anxieties of his times, from World War II to the War on Terror, from the atomic bombing of Hiroshima to the atomic reactor disaster of Fukushima., and from Japan to the rest of the world.

Even in that first film, the linkage of the radioactive-breath monster with the atomic anxieties of the only nation ever attacked by nuclear weapons was explicit. "First Nagasaki, now this!" cries a woman in anticipation of Godzilla's imminent arrival. Less then a decade after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki forced Japan's surrender in World War II, and just months after U.S. hydrogen bomb testing »

- Gary Susman

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Why We Still Love Godzilla

13 May 2014 5:45 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

For a creature who's been asleep for hundreds of millions of years, Godzilla is surprisingly adept at changing with the times.

Across 60 years and 30 movies, from his first appearance in 1954's "Godzilla" to the second American reboot "Godzilla" opening this week, the Lizard King has reflected the anxieties of his times, from World War II to the War on Terror, from the atomic bombing of Hiroshima to the atomic reactor disaster of Fukushima., and from Japan to the rest of the world.

Even in that first film, the linkage of the radioactive-breath monster with the atomic anxieties of the only nation ever attacked by nuclear weapons was explicit. "First Nagasaki, now this!" cries a woman in anticipation of Godzilla's imminent arrival. Less then a decade after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki forced Japan's surrender in World War II, and just months after U.S. hydrogen bomb testing »

- Gary Susman

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Ioan Gruffudd Joins Dwayne Johnson In San Andreas

29 April 2014 5:18 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

With The Day After Tomorrow director Roland Emmerich now pursuing (slightly) more serious fare than his usual effects-driven blockbusters, there has been a certain deficiency of big-budget disaster thrillers at the box office lately. And unless you count the found-footage film Into the Storm, this summer won’t offer much for fans of the subgenre. The summer of 2015, however, is a different story. In June of next year, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will star in an epic disaster thriller titled San Andreas, which explores what happens when a colossal, long-dreaded earthquake devastates the West Coast.

In addition to offering plenty of jaw-dropping sequences of destruction and explosive action scenes, San Andreas may also offer some moments of genuine drama, if its strong cast is any indication. Today, Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four) signed on for the film, joining Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario, Colton Haynes, Art Parkinson, Archie Panjabi, Morgan Griffin and Todd Williams. »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Roland Emmerich To Helm "Maya Lord"

29 April 2014 1:46 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Filmmaker Roland Emmerich ("2012," "The Day After Tomorrow") has acquired the screen rights to John Coe Robbins' historical novel "Maya Lord" for his Centropolis Entertainment company.

The fact-based story follows a man named Gonzalo Guerrero, who was shipwrecked after a dangerous storm in 1511 and found himself on a mysterious shore in the New World.

He and his Spanish crew members were enslaved by a Mayan tribe with no hope of escape. Instead, the adventurer tries to find a way to advance in their society.

When one of his fellow captives joins Cortes, Guerrero rises within the Mayan tribe to become one of their top warlords, as they try to turn away the Spanish conquistadors. Guerrero eventually married the daughter of a Mayan chieftan.

Emmerich is already committed to making his 1960s gay rights project "Stonewall" and the long-awaited "Independence Day 2" before he gets to work on this.

Source: Deadline »

- Garth Franklin

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Aussie cast in Hollywood action thriller

28 April 2014 11:39 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Hugo Johnstone-Burt has joined the cast of San Andreas, an action thriller starring Dwayne Johnson that.s now shooting on the Gold Coast. Johnson plays a helicopter pilot who joins up with his estranged wife (Carla Gugino) to search for their daughter who goes missing after a devastating earthquake hits California.

Johnstone-Burt, who starts work in mid-May, will play a quirky, charming guy who meets the girl (Alexandra Daddario of TV.s True Detective) just before the quake and helps her to reach a safe place. The actor whose credits include Miss Fisher.s Murder Mysteries, Mr and Mrs Murder, Goddess and Home and Away, will film his scenes in Queensland and California. He.s represented in the Us by UTA and in Australia by United Management.

Backed by New Line Cinema and Village Roadshow Pictures, San Andreas is directed by Brad Peyton and produced by Beau Flynn, who collaborated »

- Don Groves

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