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The Charming Potato and 'Kingsman 2' seem to be a match made in Heaven

14 April 2016 1:25 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The Charming Potato is joining the cast of Kingsman: The Golden Circle! I remember the moment Channing Tatum clicked for me. It certainly wasn’t on first exposure. Sometimes I see an actor and immediately like what they’re doing, and when I saw A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints, it was with some early hype about both the director, Dito Montiel, and this amazing new young star, Channing Tatum. Didn’t work for me at all. He was fine in the Step Up films, but that’s because the dancing was front and center. Films like Dear John or Stop-Loss did nothing to change my opinion of Tatum, and in a few cases, like G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra or The Eagle, I thought his presence actually damaged the overall movie. For me, the first sign that he might actually be worth paying attention to was The Dilemma, »

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Berlin: Dominic Sena Boards ‘Johnny Two-Guns’ with Green-Light (Exclusive)

15 February 2016 1:30 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Dominic Sena, whose credits include “Gone in Sixty Seconds” and “Swordfish,” will direct the action-drama “Johnny Two-Guns,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Green-Light International is fully financing and launching worldwide sales at the Berlin Film Festival with the aim of beginning production this year. Gli, which launched at the American Film Market, is headed by Christian de Gallegos, Jeff Elliott and Chad Moore.

Johnny Two-Guns” is written by Dito Montiel (“A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints”), Allan Ungar and and Chad Law. Oriah Entertainment will co-produce the movie, which centers around war veteran and sharpshooter Johnny “Two-Guns” Trale after he returns home from Afghanistan to find that his wife and daughter have vanished without a trace — forcing him to take a job as an enforcer for a corrupt music mogul in an effort to fund his search efforts to find his family.

Gli is also launching sales at Berlin on John McTiernan’s action-thriller “Thin Rain. »

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Fortitude boards Ed Helms comedy 'The Clapper'

11 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Comedy set to star Ed Helms and Amanda Seyfried.

Fortitude International has jumped on board new comedy package The Clapper to star Ed Helms and Amanda Seyfried and is in talks with international buyers at the Efm.

The film marks Dito Montiel’s follow-up to the crime thriller Man Down and is based on his novel of the same name about a paid infomercial audience member whose life becomes complicated after he gets his 15 minutes of fame.

Robin Schorr produces The Clapper with Helms and his Pacific Electric partner Mike Falbo, and Montiel, who famously broke out with his 2006 Sundance special jury prize-winner A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints.

Wme and UTA Independent Film Group represent North American rights to the project.

“This hilarious script from Dito Montiel could not have found a better Eddie Krumble than in Ed Helms,” said Fortitude International partner Nadine de Barros.

“This love story between Helms and Amanda Seyfried is a perfect »

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Channing Tatum Was Almost In the 'Fast & Furious' Movies, But He Screwed It Up

4 February 2016 3:00 PM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

The smooth and suave Channing Tatum recently stopped by the Jimmy Kimmel show while promoting Hail, Caesar! (in theaters this week), and while there he romanced a lucky stranger yanked off the street in honor of Valentine's Day (watch the video below), but he also spoke about his worst audition ever for the film Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. Back in 2006 -- before the Fast & Furious franchise found its footing again, reuniting franchise stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in 2009's Fast & Furious -- there was Tokyo Drift. And apparently a young Channing Tatum who was just starting to blossom as an actor (this was around the time of the first Step Up movie and A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints) auditioned for a role in the Fast & Furious sequel. And he...

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Ken DuBow launches Bob’s Your Uncle

28 January 2016 3:08 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The film and TV veteran heads to the Efm with his new worldwide sales and distribution venture, kicking off with two projects.

First up on the Bob’s Your Uncle slate is Being Charlie directed by Rob Reiner, about the troubled son of an actor-turned-politician forced to take control of his life. Nick Reiner and Matt Elisofon wrote the screenplay.

Nick Robinson from Sony release The 5th Wave stars with Morgan Saylor, Devon Bostick, Cary Elwes and Common.

The film from Castle Rock Entertainment and Jorva Entertainment Productions was made in association with Defiant Pictures and premiered in Toronto last autumn. Reiner produced with Johnson Chan, Stephanie Rennie and Simon Goldberg.

DuBow has scheduled market screenings in Berlin on February 12 and 16.

John Jarratt makes his directorial debut and stars in Stalkher, about a home invader who chooses the wrong property.

The Ozpix Entertainment Production is produced by Craig A. Kocincki, [link »

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