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4 items from 2011

The Weinstein Company Launches Video On-Demand Label

6 September 2011 3:27 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced today that Tom Quinn and Jason Janego have joined forces with TWC Co-Chairmen Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein to create a new TWC label to bring new films and other specialty entertainment to audiences simultaneously across multiple digital and traditional platforms. Quinn and Janego will serve as Co-Presidents of the yet-to-be named label, which will be based in New York. The announcement was made by TWC COO David Glasser.

Quinn and Janego were among the first in the film industry to explore the potential of emerging digital platforms and were in the vanguard of developing new strategies for alternative distribution during their tenures at Magnolia Pictures, where they were Senior Vice President and Head of Legal & Business Affairs, respectively. In 2005, Magnolia became one of the first distributors to implement the day/date releasing, premiering Steven Soderbergh's Bubble and Alex Gibney's Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room »

- MovieWeb

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John Gilbert interview: Blitz, Jason Statham, Lord Of The Rings, Peter Jackson and more

18 May 2011 8:15 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ahead of the release of British cop thriller Blitz in UK cinemas, we caught up with film editor John Gilbert to discuss his work on the film and much, much more…

In the lengthy, frequently difficult collaborative process of movie making, the vital role of the film editor is sometimes overlooked. An "invisible art", as one New York Times writer once described it, it's the film editor's task to sculpt what can amount to dozens of hours' footage into a coherent narrative.

It was particularly fascinating, then, to get the chance to talk to seasoned film editor, John Gilbert, whose recent project, Blitz, is out in UK cinemas this week. We spoke to him about the process of editing this British cop thriller into its lean current form, directing pick-up shots, and working with Jason Statham, as well as his wider career to date, which includes the epic Fellowship Of »

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Anil Kapoor to play cop in Roger Donaldson's next Hollywood biggie titled Cities

4 May 2011 2:04 AM, PDT | BollywoodHungama | See recent BollywoodHungama news »

...and if you thought that it was only the 'lucky' Freida Pinto who's cashing and bagging in all the big Hollywood films, then you better re-think because here's why! So what's the first thing a journalist would do when he hears the 'Breaking News' coming all the way from Hollywood? We all know, don't we? Well, I happened to text my dear friend Anil Kapoor. Read on! Breaking News has just come in from the other side of the ocean that acclaimed director / writer Roger Donaldson (Hungry Rabbit Jumps, The Bank Job, The Recruit) has locked in his next directorial project titled Cities which will star Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Clive Owen (Duplicity, Inside Man, Children Of Men, Closer) and our very own Anil Kapoor. This is Anil Kapoor's second big Hollywood film that he has bagged after getting famous in the West with his Oscar winning movie Slumdog Millionaire. »

- Devansh Patel

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Early Edition: David Boreanaz Joins 'Officer Down'; Roger Donaldson Takes to 'Cities'; More

4 May 2011 1:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

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TV star David Boreanaz will make good use of his 'Bones' hiatus downtime to take a leading role in the indie feature 'Officer Down,' a paranormal thriller that stars Stephen Dorff, Dominic Purcell, Stephen Lang, James Woods and AnnaLynne McCord. Here's the film's story line, according to Deadline: When a doctor and security guard dream at night, their dreams consist of what the other person did during the day. They meet when the security guard murders his wife, is then hit by a car and brought into the doctor's emergency room. Boreanaz will play a humorless, ambitious rival detective to a cop played by Dorff. The film, the first feature for director Brian A. Miller, begins shooting in Connecticut this week.

Aussie director Roger Donaldson ('The Bank Job,' 'The Recruit' and 'The World's Fastest Indian') will direct 'Cities, »

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