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November 19, 2020

Regal Owner Cineworld Considering Insolvency Process That Could See Some Screens Permanently Shuttered

Cineworld, the second largest cinema chain in the world, is exploring a process that will cut costs but will shutter some U.K. sites.

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Angelina Jolie to Direct Don McCullin Biopic 'Unreasonable Behaviour' for Tom Hardy and Working Title

Angelina Jolie will direct "Unreasonable Behaviour," a biopic about the British war photographer Don McCullin, based on his autobiography.

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Netflix Signs Distribution Pact With SF Studios in Nordic Region

Netflix has signed a distribution deal with SF Studios to strengthen its offering of local film content in the Nordic region.

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Series Mania, France's Biggest TV Festival, Sets Two Months Later Dates for 2021

One of Europe’s most prestigious and biggest TV series events, Lille’s Series Mania sets new dates of May 28 to June 5.

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Fremantle Sells Key Territories on Luca Guadagnino's 'We Are Who We Are' - Global Bulletin

Fremantle sells Luca Guadagnino series; Wattpad, NL Film team for Muslim young adult romance; and All3Media sells AIDS crisis drama.

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CAA Signs 'And Tomorrow the Entire World' Filmmaker Julia von Heinz (EXCLUSIVE)

Filmmaker Julia von Heinz, whose latest film "And Tomorrow the Entire World" is Germany's 2021 Oscars submission, has signed with CAA.

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'The Undoing' Producer Stephen Garrett Options Holly Watt Novels 'To The Lions' and 'The Dead Line' for TV (EXCLUSIVE)

Stephen Garrett, a producer on HBO's "The Undoing," has optioned Holly Watt’s novels "To The Lions" and "The Dead Line" for television …

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Massive Fraud Alleged at Baidu-Targeted Chinese Streamer YY Live

Short-seller Muddy Waters alleges massive fraud at Chinese live streamer YY Live, which Baidu is proposing to buy for $3.6 billion.

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'Demon Slayer' Japanese Animation Rewrites Taiwan Box Office Records

Japanese animation "Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train" is doing the kind of box office numbers that would be great in a non-COVID year.


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