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Update: Actually...Disney decided to wait to put off releasing Pirates of the Caribbean 5, which is believed to be titled Dead Men Tell No Tales for a year. The fifth installment will hit theaters summer 2016. Basically, Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer decided there was no reason to rush it. The first movie, Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, came out in 2003 meaning that any kid who saw the first movie in the theater will be in college by the time the fifth one comes out.
Jan. 15, 2011 - Pirates of the Caribbean screenwriter Terry Rossio will also write the fifth movie in the franchise but without his writing partner, Ted Elliott. Elliott cowrote all of the first four scripts with Rossio so this »
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She's precious, she's tough, she's cool and she's so worthy of a Hot People Looking Hot gallery.
We're talking about Paula Patton, the lady who went toe-to-toe with Tom Cruise in "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" and is about to feel a little deja vu with her "Deja Vu" co-star Denzel Washington in "2 Guns." And, yeah, she makes it all look like a mission totally possible.
See for yourself with our collection of pics of Paula in movies, magazines and on the red carpet.
- NextMovie Staff
I'm just going to get this out of the way; the only thing that interests me about this project is Paula Patton. She's stunningly beautiful, a great actress, and has tremendous presence. Since first seeing her in Tony Scott's Deja Vu and then again in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol she has quickly become one of my favorite actresses working today. So, it makes sense that she'd try her hand in the romantic comedy genre, which is exactly what Baggage Claim is. »
- Paul Shirey
14 March 2013 10:05 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The estate of late filmmaker Tony Scott has rejected a claim for more than $1 million in unpaid commissions from several projects he worked on before jumping to his death last year. In January, CAA filed a creditor claim on the estate. The agency said it was owed a 10 percent cut of his fees on several projects including $70,000 in commissions for Unstoppable, $450,000 for Man on Fire, $110,000 for The Taking of Pelham 123 and $400,000 for Deja Vu. Story: Tony Scott's Unpublished Interview: 'My Family Is Everything to Me' Scott jumped to his
- Eriq Gardner
When Nicolas Winding Refn dropped out of directing The Equalizer remake with Denzel Washington, my interest faded quickly. Sure, the show was popular when it was on the air, but without a unique direction for the movie version, it would just end up looking like any of the generic Denzel movies from the last 20 years like Unstoppable or Deja Vu. Unless this news turns out to be true. Deadline now has Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes director Rupert Wyatt as the top name in contention to take »
- Alex Maidy
Exclusive: Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol’s Paula Patton has signed with CAA. She had been repped at Wme. Patton, whose credits include Deja Vu and Precious, makes the rep switch after completing Disconnect opposite Jason Bateman and Alexander Skarsgård (the film opens April 19); Two Guns opposite Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington (opening August 16); and the Fox Searchlight romantic comedy Baggage Claim, which opens in October. Her husband, singer Robin Thicke, is also repped at CAA. She continues to be lawyered by Jason Sloane and Shelby Weiser. »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
Talent agency CAA has filed a creditor’s claim for more than $1 million against the estate of late Hollywood director and producer Tony Scott, TMZ is reporting. CAA filed the legal documents in L.A. County Superior Court this week, claiming the filmmaker died owing thousands of dollars for four of his films before he died in August. The creditor’s claim states Scott owed $70,426 in commissions for his last movie, the 2010 action thriller ‘Unstoppable.’ He also reportedly owed $450,000 for 2004′s ‘Man on Fire,’ $110,096 for the 2009 remake of ‘The Taking of Pelham 123,’ $400,000 for 2006′s ‘Deja Vu’ and $10,000 for a video game project. In total, [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
Tony Scott's estate has been accused of owing around $$1 million in unpaid debts to the Hollywood talent agency CAA. The company has filed a creditor's claim for commissions that the director and producer reportedly failed to repay before his death. Scott jumped to his death from Vincent Thomas Bridge in California in August 2012, at the age of 68. According to TMZ, Scott died owing $$1,040,522 (£658,259) in commission for Unstoppable, Man on Fire, The Taking of Pelham 123, Deja Vu and a video game project. The (more) »
- By Zeba Blay
Prolific Hollywood producer Tony Scott died before paying his agent more than $1 Million in commissions -- this according to new legal docs -- and now, the agency's going after Scott's estate for its money.CAA filed the creditor's claim against Scott's estate in L.A. County Superior Court this week, claiming Scott died owing $70,426 in commissions for "Unstoppable," $450,000 for "Man on Fire," $110,096 for "The Taking of Pelham 123," $400,000 for "Deja Vu," and $10,000 for some video game project. »
- TMZ Staff
9 items from 2013
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