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Netflix To Seek €1B In Debt To Help Pay For Original Programming

After burning nearly $1.5 billion in cash last year, Netflix says today that it’s headed back to the debt market for help to pay for its fast-growing content needs as it expands throughout the world.

24 Apr

‘Avengers 4’ Title is a Spoiler for the Events of ‘Infinity War’

With the Marvel Cinematic Universe meticulously planned for the next three years, why is Marvel starting to balk at revealing something as inconsequential as a title? Maybe because it’s not so inconsequential. Avengers: Infinity War

24 Apr

Ang Lee to Direct Clone Assassin Thriller ‘Gemini Man’

Riding off the success of Life of Pi, Ang Lee was able to explore his predilection for technology with Bill Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, and while that high frame-rate experiment didn’t connect with audiences, it thankfully hasn’t

24 Apr

VOTD: Hans Zimmer Unleashes ‘The Dark Knight’ Live at Coachella 2017

Though I’m personally more fond of the Batman theme that was composed by Danny Elfman for Tim Burton’s adaptation of DC Comics’ Caped Crusader, there’s no denying Hans Zimmer wrote some incredible music for The

24 Apr

Paradigm, Yucaipa Partner With Big European Music Agency, X-Ray Touring

A new joint venture has been formed between Paradigm Talent Agency, Yucaipa Companies and X-ray Touring, the international live music touring agency that reps such artists as Coldplay, Chance the Rapper, Eagles of Death Metal, Eminem, Frankie

24 Apr

EOne, Aquarius Board Aussie Series ‘The Other Guy’; Studiocanal Picks Up ‘American Gods’; Viceland Producing Comedy ‘Brexit Stage Left’ — Global Briefs

Entertainment One and Lion producer Aquarius Films are co-producing a new Stan Original comedy series The Other Guy, starring and written by Australian comedian and broadcast personality Matt Okine. The show, which has already begun

24 Apr

Locarno in L.A. Review: ‘Dark Skull’ Demonstrates Chilling Formal Assurance

Locarno in L.A. ReviewIndependent; 80 minutes Director: Kiro Russo Written by Daniel Schindel on April 24, 2017  Independent films about inveterate fuckups are nearly pervasive enough to count as some sort of disease, but Dark

24 Apr

Locarno in L.A. Review: ‘The Challenge’ Examines the Absurdity of High-Class Falconry

Locarno in L.A. ReviewIndependent; 69 minutes Director: Yuri Ancarani Written by Daniel Schindel on April 24, 2017  Falconry is a proud tradition, millennia old, that is part of the common heritage of many cultures spanning

24 Apr

LOL: ‘Alien’ Hero Ellen Ripley Gets Poor Health Care from Stephen Colbert

Next month will bring a new chapter of the Alien franchise to the big screen with Ridley Scott back behind the camera for Alien: Covenant. The film is both a sequel to Prometheus and a

24 Apr

Lina Wertmüller on Not Feeling Nostalgic, Capturing the Grotesque, and Her Retrospective

“It can’t always be about money,” says the infatuated Carletto (Nino Bergamini) to the object of his affection, a country-girl-turned-city-woman named Adelina (Sara Rapisarda) who rejects his marriage proposal because they haven’t yet reached the