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New Movie From ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ Directors Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz Will Be Produced by Lord & Miller

Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz, directors of the indie gem The Peanut Butter Falcon, have a new movie lined-up, and they’re teaming with producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller to make it happen. The untitled movie is described as “a Cuban story that will be shot largely in Spanish with a very naturalistic vibe in […]

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‘Peanut Butter Falcon’ Breakout Zack Gottsagen Eyed to Star in His Own TV Show

Here’s a feel-good story out of Hollywood that’s sure to put a smile on your face. Zack Gottsagen, the breakout star of The Peanut Butter Falcon, has signed a talent deal with Kapital Entertainment, which according to Deadline, intends to develop a TV series around the up-and-coming actor. Gottsagen, who recently became the first person […]

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‘The Last Full Measure’ And ‘Color Out Of Space’ Have Solid Debuts, ‘Parasite’ Crosses $30M – Specialty Box Office

The Roadside Attractions Vietnam War drama The Last Full Measure had a solid debut this weekend, earning an estimated $1,055,335 on 614 screens. Crossing the million-dollar mark on its first weekend out, the 2020 release is a decent start for Roadside after stellar box office numbers in 2019 with awards season contenders Judy and The […]

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Acclaimed ‘Monos’ Leads Slow Build-Up to Fall Box Office Primetime

Until the glittery array of recent Toronto International Film Festival launches hit theaters this fall, the arthouse business is ramp-up to the coming onslaught.Though modest, the top performer was “Monos,” which Neon picked up at Sundance. The Colombian Oscar submission landed initial top theaters and mostly good reviews. But like most subtitled films, it faces […]

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Why ‘Blinded By the Light’ and ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ Opened Wide

Two wide releases from top directors with appeal to adult audiences are specialty films, even if their distributors opted to open them in over 2,000 theaters. Warner Bros. had strong reasons for wide-releasing New Line Cinema’s Bruce Springsteen-infused Sundance pickup “Blinded By the Light” this weekend, as did United Artists with Annapurna’s long-delayed Cate Blanchett […]

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Dakota Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross Co-Starring in Comedy ‘Covers’

Dakota Johnson and Tracee Ellis Ross will co-star in “Covers,” a comedy set in the music scene in Hollywood.“Late Night” director Nisha Ganatra is helming from a screenplay by Flora Greeson. Focus Features is partnering with Working Title Films on the movie. Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner will produce with Alexandra Loewy as […]

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Dakota Johnson Signs With Lighthouse Management (Exclusive)

“Suspiria” and “Bad Times at El Royale” star Dakota Johnson has signed with Lighthouse Management.The in-demand actress, who is still repped by Wme, had several management companies pitching to her before finally signing with Lighthouse.Johnson has had a busy month, with the Fox thriller “Bad Times at El Royale” opening earlier this month and the […]

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