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Jerry Bruckheimer Finalizes Producing Deal with Paramount

6 December 2013 7:53 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Jerry Bruckheimer is going back to Paramount Pictures after the two side reached a three-year, first-look agreement for theatrical films that will begin in April 2014.

The 70-year-old veteran producer has been looking to secure a new home for his movie releases since October, when Disney opted not to renew his deal beyond this year.

Jerry Bruckheimer is one of the most creative and prolific producers in motion picture history,” said Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Brad Grey. “His signature style has attracted huge global audiences and we are thrilled to have him back in the Paramount family.”

“It is great to be back at Paramount,” Bruckheimer said. “I look forward to working with Brad Grey and his entire team.”

Bruckheimer has a handful of films in development at Paramount, including sequels to “Beverly Hills Cop” and “Top Gun,” the latter of which Skydance is also attached to finance and produce. »

- Justin Kroll

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Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Part Ways After Almost Two Decades

20 September 2013 10:15 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer have opted not to renew their first-look deal, which will expire next year. The Disney-Bruckheimer relationship goes back to the 1990s, and marks one of the most successful Hollywood partnerships of the last two decades. It might have continued, thanks to such deluxe franchises as "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "National Treasure," but this train wreck was inevitable following Bruckheimer's recent pricey flops, from "Prince of Persia," "G-Force," and "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" to "The Lone Ranger," which could yield as much as a $190 million write-off for the studio. Where once the studio relied on Bruckheimer as their go-to tentpole producer, now after such big buys as Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, they just don't need him anymore. He has enjoyed a very rich deal all these years; he's expensive.  Bruckheimer will still produce one-offs for Disney, although the sequel to "Pirates of the Caribbean" has been »

- Anne Thompson and Beth Hanna

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Disney, Bruckheimer To Split In 2014

20 September 2013 5:07 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

After several decades together, The Walt Disney Co and producer Jerry Bruckheimer are parting ways.

In an official statement from Disney, the studio has announced that it and Bruckheimer have decided not to renew their current deal which gives Disney first-look rights to the producer's films.

The pair will continue working together on various projects, including a fifth installment in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise due for release in 2016.

The statement suggests another "National Treasure" film might eventually be in the works, while Bruckheimer himself is: "looking to produce more mature films outside the scope of the Disney brand."

The deal, which began in the 1990s, has yielded over two dozen films including major hits like "Crimson Tide," "Dangerous Minds," "The Rock," "Con Air," "Gone in 60 Seconds," "Remember the Titans," "Armageddon," "Enemy of the State," "Pearl Harbor," "National Treasure," "Deja Vu," "G-Force" and the four "Pirates of the Caribbean" films. »

- Garth Franklin

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End of an Era: Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Part Ways

19 September 2013 7:25 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Walt Disney Studios and Jerry Bruckheimer have decided not to renew their first-look deal when it expires next year, ending a relationship that’s been one of Hollywood’s more successful partnerships since the 1990s.

The studio said it will continue to focus on its branded franchise films from the Disney, Pixar, Marvel and now Lucasfilm banners, while Bruckheimer is looking to produce a slate of “more mature” pics outside the scope of the Disney brand. Translation: there just wasn’t room for Bruckheimer in the Mouse House anymore.

Disney’s move to make films that are franchise friendly for not only the multiplex but also TV, theme parks and Disney’s consumer products division wound up giving Bruckheimer few options for more adult fare that he’s been developing for years. Those projects include an adaptation of Lorenzo Carcaterra’s 1997 novel “Apaches,” about renegade cops in New York »

- Marc Graser and Dave McNary

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Disney, Jerry Bruckheimer Ready to Discuss Producer’s Future

17 September 2013 11:57 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney will soon discuss whether to continue a relationship that’s been in place since the 1990s or part ways.

The prolific producer will begin meeting with Disney studio chief Alan Horn next month over a new deal to replace a current first look pact that expires in spring 2014, Variety has learned.

Bruckheimer has several films in development at Disney, including a fifth “Pirates of the Caribbean,” that was recently pulled from the summer 2015 release schedule in order to improve the script, and a third “National Treasure,” among other projects. Bruckheimer also has a close relationship with Johnny Depp, with the two launching the “Pirates” franchise together, which has gone on to earn more than $5.4 billion worldwide for Disney.

Overall, Bruckheimer’s films have earned more than $3.4 billion for Disney domestically alone.

But Disney is a different studio these days from when it turned to Bruckheimer to »

- Marc Graser and Justin Kroll

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Final Round & Closing Night Film Programming Announced For Fantastic Fest 2013!

5 September 2013 4:17 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

The final wave of programming for Fantastic Fest 2013 is here, and it doesn’t disappoint. I mean, did you expect a film festival that closes with a new vision from Terry Gilliam, one of the greatest auteurs of cinema, to disappoint?! To make it even more enticing, Jodoworsky’S Dune, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, Escape From Tomorrow, and the incredibly titled new film The Strange Color Of Your Body’S Tears from filmmaking duo Bruno Forzani & Hélène Cattet are part of the lineup. Check out our posts of the first & second wave of film programming, and read on below for the full final film schedule below!

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (USA, 2006)

Special Screening

Director – Jonathon Levine, 98 min

All the boys love Mandy Lane and all the girls want to be her. There’s at least one person, though, that wants Mandy and her friends dead.

Chanthaly (Lao People’s Democratic Republic, »

- Justin Edwards

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Fantastic Fest Announces Closing Night Film and Final Wave of Programming

5 September 2013 12:40 PM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

In 2 weeks, you will be seeing tons of content from one of the best genre film festivals in North America, Fantastic Fest. Held in Austin, TX, Fantastic Fest is a orgasmic wave of sci-fi, horror, crime and foreign film. We have been lucky enough to be attending since 2010 and this year, I plan on giving you the most coverage I can. There will be daily video recorded and published on the site in addition to interviews and reviews. Today, the final wave and closing night film was announced. Every year, Fantastic Fest tends to have side events/parties that tie into the Opening & Closing Night films and given the content, I can’t wait to see what they come up with. The closing night film is the North American Premiere of Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem.

Without further ado, here is the official press release with a full list of films that were added. »

- Andy Triefenbach

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Fantastic Fest Announces its Final Wave of Programming

5 September 2013 11:29 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Fantastic Fest has sent out a press release announcing their closing night film and the final wave of programming that includes All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, We Are What We Are, Rigor Mortis, and more:

Austin, TX-Thursday, September 5, 2013- Fantastic Fest is excited to announce its final wave of film programming, including Terry Gilliam’s unique dystopian vision of the future, The Zero Theorem, as the closing night film on September 26th.  The ninth edition of Fantastic Fest, will take place September 19 – 26 at Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline in Austin, Texas.  See below for descriptions of twenty-five new World, North American & Us premiere films at this year’s festival.


All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (USA, 2006)

Special Screening

Director – Jonathon Levine, 98 min

All the boys love Mandy Lane and all the girls want to be her. There’s at least one person, though, that wants Mandy and her friends dead.

Chanthaly (Lao People’s Democratic Republic, »

- Jonathan James

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The Croods

22 March 2013 7:31 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

The Croods

Directed by: Kirk De Micco, Chris Sanders

Cast: (voices of) Emma Stone, Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Clark Duke, Cloris Leachman

Running Time: 1 hrs 38 mins

Rating: PG

Release Date: March 22, 2013

Plot: After their safe haven cave is destroyed, a prehistoric family (Stone, Cage, Keener, Duke, Leachman) ventures across new terrain to find a new home with a fellow human (Reynolds) as their guide.

Who’S It For? This is the first movie in a while that’s actually for families of various age groups. It’s not too dumb for adults, and it’s not too scary for younger family members.

Expectations: While I do try to be as neutral as possible on all films I get to see, I can’t say I was walking too fast to get to this screening. What kind of humor could an animated caveman comedy offer? How many jokes about »

- Nick Allen

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