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Universal international marketing head Simon Hewlett to depart next year

Executive expected to stay with the studio until summer 2021, assist in transition.Universal’s president of international marketing Simon Hewlett will leave the company in 2021.It is understood the announcement comes as the studio consolidates its leadership in Los Angeles. While Universal had hoped he would relocate, London-based Hewlett chose to keep his family in the […]

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Oscar Winning Mariela Besuievsky, Nacho Alvarez Talk Toronto, San Sebastian-Bound ‘My Heart Goes Boom!’

While the pandemic has reduced film festivals’ capacity to showcase new work, an all-singing all-dancing Spanish-Italian number has been selected for two.“Explota Explota” (“My Heart Goes Boom!”), the assured debut feature of music promo and commercials director Nacho Álvarez, will receive an Rtve Gala Screening at the San Sebastian Festival next week and has also […]

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‘Mamma Mia’ Producer Teases Third Film, Says It’s ‘Meant to Be a Trilogy’

In the words of Abba, “Mamma mia, here I go again.”Judy Craymer, a producer behind the original stage production of “Mamma Mia!” as well as the 2008 and 2018 film adaptations, said in an interview with Daily Mail that a third installment could be coming.Before the coronavirus pandemic, Craymer had been planning the franchise’s third […]

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Ed Sheeran Shares Plot Details About Upcoming Danny Boyle Musical Comedy And It Sounds Great

So, the days of everyone freaking out about what type of James Bond film filmmaker Danny Boyle was working on are long gone. Since the departure of the award-winning director from that mega-franchise, we can now focus on that little project that Boyle’s been working on in the interim, his untitled comedy/musical.Read More: Report: Danny […]

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Why ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’s’ Box Office Opening Is Still a Win

“Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” might not have nabbed the box office crown, but its domestic debut is still something to sing about.Universal’s jukebox musical launched with a solid $76.4 million globally, including $34 million in North America and $43.4 million overseas. If its predecessors’ lengthy theatrical run is any indication, the future of […]

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