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Christine Langan exit: industry reacts

20 July 2016 6:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Screen canvasses industry opinion on Langan’s tenure and the prospects for one of the UK’s cornerstone funders.

There have been warm tributes to Christine Langan as news broke yesterday of her impending departure from BBC Films to join UK production outfit Baby Cow.

Attention is also now beginning to turn to who is likely to be her successor and what plans the BBC has for its film arm in the long run.

“Christine leaves BBC Films in good shape,” commented producer Stewart Mackinnon of Headline Pictures, who worked with the broadcaster’s film arm on titles including Quartet and The Invisible Woman, among other projects.

Pride producer David Livingstone noted Langan’s “incisiveness.”

“The thing I remember particularly about Christine is her giving very good notes about the final editing of the film (Pride). She was very clear and very precise, and with a light hand on the tiller,” Livingstone said.

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- (Geoffrey Macnab)

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BBC Films boss Christine Langan set to step down

19 July 2016 7:14 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Philomena producer is to join Steve Coogan’s Baby Cow Productions.

Christine Langan is set to step down as head of BBC Films and replace Henry Normal as CEO of Baby Cow Productions.

A spokesperson for BBC Films told Screen the organisation “could not comment on speculation” but Screen sources have subsequently confirmed the departure, which was first revealed by Screen’s sister publication Broadcast.

Langan’s contract and a timetable for the exit are currently being ironed out but Screen sources have indicated that a late October departure is possible.

Langan, producer of Oscar winners The Queen and Philomena, will work closely with Baby Cow co-founder and actor Steve Coogan to shepherd the company through its next phase of growth.

Baby Cow co-produced Philomena, in which Coogan starred and co-wrote, as well as other Coogan vehicles including Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, 24 Hour Party People and A Cock And Bull Story.

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Silver Sable Movie to Be First Spider-Man Spinoff at Sony?

25 June 2016 8:47 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Are we about to get a Silver Sable movie? Sony has been in control of everything related to any and all Spider-Man movies for quite some time, but they recently struck a deal with Marvel Studios to allow Spidey into the McU. Sony still owns the rights to the character and his rogues gallery, but they seem to be letting Kevin Feige and Co. drive the ship. That said, Sony still never much has hopes of making more movies with other Spider-Man characters. As it turns out, we may already know one of the movies that Sony is planning as a Spider-Man spinoff for what has widley become known as 'The Spider-Verse'.

A new report from ComicBookMovie suggests that Sony is planning a Silver Sable movie, with Abi Morgan, the writer of The Invisible Woman, attached. The rumor comes from former editor of The Wrap Jeff Sneider, who is claiming »

- MovieWeb

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Sony’s Spider-Man Expanded Universe May Include Silver Sable Movie

24 June 2016 2:35 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Sony’s Spider-Man movie universe received a boost yesterday when chairman Tom Rothman confirmed that the studio still plans to push forward with some of those long-rumored webslinger spinoffs. Sinister Six and Venom were two projects in development years ago that may be back on the table, and according to a new rumor, there’s another fan favorite character earmarked for a solo outing: Silver Sable.

Silver Sable hails from Marvel comics, and as part of Sony’s Spider-Man licensing deal from decades ago, the studio is entitled to use her on the big screen. She’s a spy, mercenary and generally a bit of an antiheroine, so that makes her perfect franchise fodder. After material like Deadpool proved audiences are happy to back an antihero, Silver Sable’s a solid choice for a Spidey spinoff.

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Rumor: Sony Planning A Silver Sable Movie With The Invisible Woman Screenwriter Abi Morgan

24 June 2016 10:50 AM, PDT | | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

This was first mentioned in those infamous Sony email leaks, and now rumor has it that the studio is making moves again. On this week's episode of Meet The Movie Press, former The Wrap editor Jeff Sneider says he's heard that Sony still want to move forward with a Silver Sable movie, and are talking with screenwriter Abi Morgan (Shame, The Hour, The Invisible Woman,The Iron Lady) with a view to her penning the script. Silver Sable is a marvel Comics antihero/mercenary who has been both an ally and enemy of Spider-Man and several other characters. She has no actual superpowers, so it might be the case that Sony is interested in developing a Punisher-like female-led comic book movie that would eventually crossover with the rebooted Spider-Man/Marvel universe. No other details are provided, but watch this space for updates. »

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Top 5: Superhero Slot Machine Games

6 June 2016 1:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Alert. Alert. Superhero craze on sight. Yes, that’s right, people are literally going mad about superhero movies, superhero games, or let’s just say, superheroes in general. This has been going on for a couple of years already and with having everything overflown with superheroes, great fights, lethal opponents and villains, it’s no wonder we have them in our favorite game as well – slot machines. We present to you the Top 5 Superhero Slot Machine games that are going to give you an even greater thrill than actually watching the superheroes fight. You can play these games for real money using no deposit bonuses found on sites such as No Deposit Monitor.

5 – Wolverine

Wolverine as a superhero has come a long way after his first appearance in the comic, which is why he deserves a place among the Top 5 Superhero Slots. This is a very interesting game that consists of five reels and 25 paylines. »

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Is Jamie Bell the New James Bond?

26 May 2016 4:23 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

In the months leading up to the release of last year's James Bond adventure Spectre, franchise star Daniel Craig made more than this fair share of disparaging remarks about both the franchise itself and the title character, 007. It seemed clear from many industry observers that Spectre would be Daniel Craig's last James Bond movie, although nothing has been set in stone quite yet. While we wait for the official announcement, it seems another actor has thrown his hat in the ring as a possible replacement, Fantastic Four star Jamie Bell.

Deadline reports that Jamie Bell has been in discussions about the role with producer Barbara Broccoli, one of the longtime 007 producers alongside Michael G. Wilson, who is also producing Jamie Bell's new project Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool. Nothing is confirmed, and this report reveals that there isn't even a working script for James Bond 25 yet. »

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Fantastic Four 2 May Still Happen

13 May 2016 11:48 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Several months before 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four hit theaters, the studio announced plans for The Fantastic Four 2, setting a 2017 release date for the sequel. Unfortunately for the studio, Fantastic Four was a colossal bomb, taking in just $11.3 million in its opening weekend last August, en route to a disappointing $56.1 million domestic gross. The movie fared a bit better internationally, with a worldwide total of $167.9 million, but it still wasn't the big hit that the studio envisioned. Shortly after the release, rumors swirled that the sequel was canceled, and in November, the studio pulled the movie from its 2017 release schedule. As it turns out, though, the sequel may still happen.

There were other reports last year that the studio was pulling Fantastic Four 2 in favor of Deadpool 2, which is now certainly happening, after Deadpool took in $762.1 million worldwide. The last we heard about Fantastic Four 2 was in January, when star Michael B. »

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Marvel Heroes Win With Jackpot Games

11 April 2016 3:48 PM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Now that Marvel and Playtech have entered the gaming world online, fans are able to play alongside their favorite superheroes, with unique betting systems and winning jackpots, thanks to the games "Spider-Man: Attack Of The Green Goblin", "Iron Man 3", "Fantastic Four", "The Avengers", "The Incredible Hulk" and a whole lot more:

"Spider-Man: Attack of the Green Goblin", starring 'Peter Parker' aka 'Spider-Man', enables gamers to get up to 5 different bonus games in addition to the random wild and random bonuses that are a possibility on any given spin.

"The Incredible Hulk", based on the classic 'Hulk' feature starring actor Edward Norton as ol' greenskin,  is one of several Marvel Jackpot slots offering a pick to win bonus game feature round. Over long term play you can get 94.82% of your stakes back as winning payouts. 

Free spins are triggered by three or more scatter symbols, offering anywhere from 10 to 250 free »

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The Invisible Man to Star Johnny Depp

9 February 2016 5:58 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

He's played a pirate, an outcast, and a mobster, and now that Johnny Depp is set to star in The Invisible Man, the prolific actor could add "iconic Universal Monsters character" to his list of memorable roles.

Deadline reports that Depp is lined up for the lead role in The Invisible Man. The character was created by legendary author H.G. Wells in his 1897 novella, The Invisible Man. In the novella, a scientist named Griffin engages in criminal activities after performing an irreversible experiment on himself that causes his body to become unseen by the human eye.

It's not yet known who is writing The Invisible Man script or who will direct the movie, but it is a part of Universal's new shared cinematic universe featuring iconic characters from the studio's history, including Wolf Man, Dracula, Van Helsing, the Bride of Frankenstein, and The Mummy.

The lattermost of those characters will »

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Mercy Liao joins Universal Pictures International Productions

2 February 2016 1:31 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Former WestEnd Films sales director relocates to Beijing.

Former WestEnd Films sales director Mercy Liao has joined Universal Pictures International Productions (Upip) as manager of production and aqcuisitions.

Based in Beijing, Liao will report to Jo Yan, managing director and evp of Universal China and London-based Jj Lousberg, vice president, international production, Upip.

Liao will be responsible for sourcing, securing, and managing local and international development projects for coproduction, as well as for acquisitions.

During her five-year tenure at WestEnd Liao worked on titles including Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room, Oscar-nominated titles Song Of The Sea, Footnote and Albert Nobbs and Ralph FiennesThe Invisible Woman.

The fluent Mandarin and English speaker was selected as a BFI official representative for the UK film industry trip to Beijing in 2014 and Shanghai in 2015.

Liao told Screen: “I’m thrilled to join Universal and to move to Beijing – a place I spent some of my early years and visited »

- (Andreas Wiseman)

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Is this cast photo of the ’X-Men' extended universe the laziest remix ever?

4 January 2016 3:23 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

New year, same problems. As part of their preview of their 2016 movie preview (preview-ception!) released this photo released of the casts from Fox’s ‘X-Men’ universe taken by Sarah Dunn at Sdcc last year and augmented by illustrator John Royle. Actors from “X-Men Apocalypse,” “Deadpool,” “Gambit,” and the untitled Wolverine sequel were all on display. Well, not everyone. Some Very key players were missing. And the Internet noticed…immediately. Image Credit: 20th Century Fox/Empire Magazine Do you see it? Do you see who’s missing? The young mutants, including Storm (Alexandria Shipp), Jubilee (Lana Condor), are nowhere to be seen. Considering the microscope Hollywood has been under over diversity — or lack thereof — in recent years, it seems a gross misstep to remove two WoC (Women of Color) from the group shot. But wait, it gets weirder. With Twitter questioning just how this happened, eagle-eyed user TASK1ne noticed something very familiar about this photo. »

- Donna Dickens

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