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Paddington producer David Heyman: 'BBFC controversy was unfair'

25 November 2014 5:35 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Paddington producer David Heyman has spoken about the "unfair" controversy surrounding the film's BBFC rating.

It emerged last week that the BBFC had awarded a PG rating to Paddington partially on the basis of "mild sex references", which prompted a dismayed response from original creator Michael Bond.

"When I first heard, it was with a little bit of disbelief," Heyman told Digital Spy. "There's nothing in the film that is more inappropriate, or has more innuendo, than panto.

"They're doing their job, and I understand, but I think this time they were a little unfair. It's good old fun, and it's playful."

The scene in question shows Hugh Bonneville's character dressing up as a woman, and flirting with a security guard.

The BBFC has since backtracked on its description, now labelling the film as containing innuendo rather than sex references.

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AMC to Replace Xbox Entertainment Studios on ‘Humans’ Series

12 September 2014 3:08 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

AMC Networks is finalizing a deal to come on board Xbox Entertainment Studios’ sci-fi series “Humans,” a co-production with U.K. broadcaster Channel Four and Shine Group-owned Kudos.

While AMC declined to officially comment on its support of the series, the cabler already has shared its involvement with potential castmembers, given that the series is being prepped for an October start date, Variety has confirmed. The eight-episode series must go into production soon, considering it is contractually set to premiere in 2015, most likely during the summer.

Having a network like AMC on board now makes it a little easier to lock down a cast, and ensure potential actors — said to include a mix of notable British and American names — that the series will indeed be see the light of day.

“Humans” is based on the Swedish series “Real Humans” and revolves around humans living with robot servants, and the impact »

- Marc Graser

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Xbox to add original programming, announces 12 new projects

28 April 2014 10:47 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

You knew it was only a matter of time. After Netflix scored with original programming like "Orange Is the New Black" and "Arrested Development," Amazon quickly jumped into the game -- and now Xbox is, too. Pretty soon, look forward to new shows from your microwave and blender. Xbox will launch Xbox: Originals this June with 12 projects. They will be available on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and other Microsoft devices, and, of course, the shows will offer "interactive capabilities."  To prove they're not kidding around, Xbox Entertainment Studios has attracted names like Steven Spielberg and Ridley Scott, who are attached to two separate scripted projects based on the “Halo” franchise. Because hey, you can never get enough "Halo." Other shows in production include an unscripted series about international street soccer, an original drama about robotic servants in a dystopian world, and a documentary about the search for discarded Atari games in »

- Liane Bonin Starr

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Tessa Ross to leave Film4

26 March 2014 6:33 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Long-time Film4 head Tessa Ross is stepping down from her role later this year to become chief executive of the National Theatre.

Ross will remain in the post until September 2014, and will stay on as chair of the Growth Fund Advisory Council.

She has been on the board of the prestigious Theatre for the past three years.

Her 13-year tenure at the broadcaster began in 2000. She became Head of Film4 in 2003, followed by her current position of Controller of Film and Drama in 2008.

Her exit follows deputy head of film Katherine Butler’s departure from Film4 in January.

Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham will look to fill Ross’ role in the next months.

Abraham said: “Tessa has made as big a contribution to Channel 4 as anyone in its history. I would like to personally thank her for her extraordinary commitment, talent and leadership over 13 remarkable years. I am looking forward to working with her over »

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