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Michael Sugar Proves You Don’t Have to Live in L.A. to Succeed in Entertainment

27 September 2016 9:15 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

When Allan Loeb sat down with his then-prospective manager, Michael Sugar, he received some tough advice. It wasn’t that Loeb’s career, as the screenwriter behind commercial hits like “Just Go With It” and “Here Comes the Boom,” had stalled. But Sugar, sensing a lack of passion, told Loeb he should refocus his sights on telling stories that were important to him.

“I was burning out,” Loeb remembers. “I had gotten to the point where I had taken a lot of jobs, some better than others.”

If Sugar was to sign Loeb as his client, his priority would be making sure the screenwriter got out of a creative rut. The result of what Loeb calls a “course correction” was “Collateral Beauty,” a Will Smith drama about an emotionally shattered advertising executive, which hits theaters this Christmas and is expected to be an awards contender.

Just as he advised Loeb to make a U-turn, Sugar »

- Brent Lang

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Michael Sugar Proves You Don’t Have to Live in L.A. to Succeed in Entertainment

27 September 2016 9:15 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When Allan Loeb sat down with his then-prospective manager, Michael Sugar, he received some tough advice. It wasn’t that Loeb’s career, as the screenwriter behind commercial hits like “Just Go With It” and “Here Comes the Boom,” had stalled. But Sugar, sensing a lack of passion, told Loeb he should refocus his sights on telling stories that were important to him.

“I was burning out,” Loeb remembers. “I had gotten to the point where I had taken a lot of jobs, some better than others.”

If Sugar was to sign Loeb as his client, his priority would be making sure the screenwriter got out of a creative rut. The result of what Loeb calls a “course correction” was “Collateral Beauty,” a Will Smith drama about an emotionally shattered advertising executive, which hits theaters this Christmas and is expected to be an awards contender.

Just as he advised Loeb to make a U-turn, »

- Brent Lang

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Kristen Bell, Ted Danson & Mike Schur Find ‘The Good Place’ By Bucking Convention

17 May 2016 10:10 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Mike Schur is in a good place. Make that “The Good Place.” The prolific producer’s latest effort — a high-concept comedy starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson — last summer earned a straight-to-series pickup from NBC and now has scored a Thursday-night slot at 8:30, as announced during the network’s upfront presentation.

It’s a testament to Schur’s track record at Universal Television, where his successes include “Parks and Recreation,” “The Office,” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

But this time around, he wanted to do something different.

“It’s really intimidating when every idea you have is being done eight times over at eight different networks,” says Schur. “In my case, I had been working on ensemble office comedies pretty much continuously for 10 years.”

That theme is jettisoned with “The Good Place,” in which the only office in sight is the one in which Eleanor (Bell) wakes up to learn that she’s dead. »

- Debra Birnbaum

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Full Track List & Release Date For Junkie Xl's Original Motion Picture Soundtrack For Deadpool

19 January 2016 3:31 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

With February 12th swiftly approaching, Milan Records have finally unveiled the full track list for the upcoming original motion picture soundtrack for 20th Century Fox's R-rated superhero extravaganza Deadpool, which stars Ryan Reynolds (Mississippi Grind) as the titular hero with Morena Baccarin (Gotham), T.J. Miller (Silicon Valley), Ed Skrein (The Transporter Refueled), Gina Carano (Fast & Furious 6), Brianna Hildebrand (First Girl I Loved), Stefan Kapicic (Big Miracle), and Leslie Uggams (Nurse Jackie) rounding out his supporting cast. The score features original compositions from Tom Holkenborg a.k.a. Junkie Xl, who recently received acclaim for his amazing work on George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road and who is also scoring Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. As for the rest of the soundtrack, well, it should be interesting to say the least... A few of the artists featured are Dmx, Salt-n-Pepa, Neil Sedaka, Juice Newton, and Wham! »

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