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Ryan Phillippe Takes Mark Wahlberg Role in 'Shooter' TV Show

Ryan Phillippe Takes Mark Wahlberg Role in 'Shooter' TV Show
USA Network announced a pilot pick-up for the hour-long scripted drama Shooter and has locked in Ryan Phillippe (Secrets & Lies) to star. Shooter is based on the best-selling Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter, Point of Impact, and the 2007 Paramount film starring Mark Wahlberg. The co-production with Paramount Television and Universal Cable Productions comes from executive producers Mark Wahlberg (Boardwalk Empire, Entourage) of Closest to the Hole Productions; Stephen Levinson (Boardwalk Empire, Ballers) of Leverage Entertainment; and Lorenzo di Bonaventura (Transformers, The Real O'Neals). John Hlavin (The Shield) wrote the pilot and will also executive produce. Simon Cellan Jones (Ballers) is set to direct the pilot.

Ryan Phillippe is a producer on the project and will star as Bob Lee Swagger, an off-the-grid former Marine sniper who is coaxed into action to thwart the killing of the President. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he must call upon
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Writer Michael Cooney Talks 6 Souls, His Interest in Psychological Stories, His Writing Process, What’s up Next, and More

After a three year delay 6 Souls is finally available to watch here in the states. The film was released in the UK under the title Shelter back in 2010. When a movie sits on the shelf that long it’s usually the sign of something rotten in Denmark, but 6 Souls is actually a pretty fun movie with a killer cast. The story follows psychiatrist Clara (Julianne Moore) as she attempts to unravel the mystery surrounding a Dissociative Identity patient (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) with a unique set of symptoms. Directed by Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein (Underworld: Awakening) and written by Michael Cooney (Identity), the film also stars Jeffrey DeMunn and Frances Conroy. During a recent press day for the film I landed an exclusive phone interview with Michael Cooney. We talked about the similarities between 6 Souls and Identity, the film’s impressive cast, his research for the mystical elements of 6 Souls,
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Justin Timberlake To Play Record Mogul Neil Bogart In Biopic 'Spinning Gold'

Justin Timberlake To Play Record Mogul Neil Bogart In Biopic 'Spinning Gold'
From singer to actor to now playing a record executive in a forthcoming biopic, things are coming back full circle--sort of--for Justin Timberlake in a film that should be packed wall-to-wall with some great music. Record executive and producer Neil Bogart is now getting the biopic treatment as Deadline reports that Timberlake will star in and produce "Spinning Gold." Written by Tim Bogart (yes, Neil's son, who also penned "The I Inside" and "Jungle Book: Lost Treasure") the film will tell the story of his father's rags to riches tale as a Jewish kid from Brooklyn who founded Casablanca Records…
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Shelter review

Mark finds a different film altogether from the one he was expecting in Shelter. He blames the adverts...

As a caveat to all that follows, it should be noted by readers who have never heard of Shelter that it's written by Michael Cooney, who brought us Jack Frost (the one that's not the Michael Keaton family flick) and Jack Frost 2: Revenge Of The Mutant Killer Snowman. More recently, though, he's done a line in pot-boilers centred around multiple personality disorder, like Identity and The I Inside, which Shelter continues in a bull-headed manner.

The radiant Julianne Moore plays Cara Jessop, a widowed psychologist whose years of experience with patients have left her cynical and close-minded. As the film starts, we see her declare that a serial killer on death row was of sound mind when he committed his crimes, because multiple personality disorder does not actually exist. The said killer is summarily executed.
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LHO's Horwitz to advise VIP

COLOGNE, Germany -- Lew Horwitz, founder and former head of veteran financing group LHO, has signed on as an adviser to leading independent German film fund VIP, VIP co-head Andreas Schmid has said. A 24-year film financing veteran, Horwitz helped source backing for such films as Nine 1/2 Weeks, My Big Fat Greek Wedding and The Devil and Daniel Webster. He also has plenty of experience with the German film fund scene, having worked with various funds on projects spanning FearDotCom, Undisputed and Patty Jenkins' Monster, which was co-financed by VIP. Horwitz will advise VIP on contract negotiations with independent producers and studios as well as future projects. Munich-based VIP, Germany's largest independent film fund, has raised hundreds of millions of dollars in private investor capital to back big-budget features like The Punisher and independent fare like The I Inside. Upcoming projects include the Adrien Brody-Keira Knightley thriller The Jacket and Havoc, starring Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman and Justin Timberlake. VIP's latest fund has so far raised about $150 million, and the company expects to top $200 million by year's end.

Perabo woos Timberlake in 'Edison' plot

Justin Timberlake has found an onscreen leading lady in Piper Perabo. The actress, who has starred in such features as Cheaper by the Dozen, Lost and Delirious and Coyote Ugly, will play the pop star's love interest in Edison, Timberlake's feature acting debut for Millennium Films/Emmett Furla Films. The $25 million project, written and to be directed by David Burke, starts shooting Saturday in Vancouver. Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey and LL Cool J star in the story of a young journalist (Timberlake) who uncovers an elite unit of corrupt cops. Realizing he's in over his head, he makes an uneasy alliance with a burned-out reporter (Freeman) and the district attorney's ace investigator (Spacey). Rachel Spector and Katya Virshilaf round out the cast in supporting roles. Emmett/Furla toppers Randall Emmett and George Furla are producing along with John Thompson of Millennium. Executive producers include Millennium toppers Avi Lerner and Danny Dimbort along with the company's Trevor Short and Boaz Davidson. Perabo is repped by UTA, TMT Entertainment Group and attorney Carlos Goodman. She next stars in The I Inside opposite Ryan Phillippe and A Piece of My Heart opposite Martin Henderson.

Perabo joining 'Dozen' brood for helmer Levy

Coyote Ugly star Piper Perabo will star opposite Steve Martin in 20th Century Fox's Cheaper by the Dozen for director Shawn Levy and producer Robert Simonds. The project begins shooting Monday. Dozen is a contemporary redo of the 1950 feature comedy about the Gilbreth family (led by Martin and Bonnie Hunt) and its often amusing struggle to keep it all together with a brood of 12 children. Perabo will play the oldest daughter, whose other siblings are played by Tom Welling and Hilary Duff, among others. The original Cheaper is based on a book by Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey; Sam Harper has penned the update. In addition to Simonds, Michael Barnathan and the project's original rights holder, Ben Myron, are producing. Fox vp production Vanessa Morrison is overseeing for division topper Hutch Parker. Perabo, repped by UTA and manager Tina Thor, recently wrapped shooting Dimension Films' The I Inside opposite Ryan Phillippe.

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