Simon Cowell Exits New Show; Lone Scherfig Casts Berenice Bejo; 'No Time to Die' $28M China Opening

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November 01, 2021

Simon Cowell Replaced by Gary Barlow on 'Walk The Line,' ITV Confirms

Simon Cowell will be replaced as a judge by musician Gary Barlow on U.K. broadcaster ITV's upcoming musical game show 'Walk The Line.'

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Berenice Bejo to Star in Lone Scherfig's 'The Movie Teller,' Embankment Launches Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

Berenice Bejo is to star in 'The Movie Teller,' with Lone Scherfig directing from a Walter Salles screenplay; Embankment is launching sales.

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'No Time to Die' Opens to $28 Million in China As COVID-19 Shutters More Than 10% of Cinemas

'No Time to Die' opened to $28 million even as China continues cinema closures in hopes of limiting COVID-19 exposure amid new outbreaks.

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Studiocanal Launches Sales on Cedric Klapisch's Dance-Based Film 'Rise' - AFM (EXCLUSIVE)

A story of resilience, 'Rise' traverses the the worlds of classical and contemporary dance with a young woman's journey.

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WME Signs 'Hunting Ghislane' Podcast Producer Chalk & Blade, Jason Phipps Joins as Head of Content (EXCLUSIVE)

Chalk & Blade, the London-based production company behind the hit 'Hunting Ghislane' podcast, has signed with talent agency WME.

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Korea Eases Restrictions on Cinemas, 'Dune' Rises to Top Box Office in its Second Weekend

South Korea eases restrictions on cinemas and introduces voucher scheme as national policy shifts to living with COVID.

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'High Ground' and 'Nitram' Lead Australia's AACTA Awards Nominations

The AACTA Awards nominations in Australia saw ‘High Ground’ and Nitram leading the field from ‘The Dry’ and ‘P …

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'Minari' Star Youn Yuh-jung Awarded Korea's Highest Honor - Global Bulletin

Youn Yuh-jung was awarded Korea's highest civilian honor after earlier this year winning an Oscar for her role in 'Minari.'

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Nippon TV Netflix Licensing Deal Covers 30 Titles

A new Nippon TV-Netflix licensing deal is the first in the companies’ history and covers 30 made for television titles.

                                                           

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