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Netflix, John Wells Developing Panama Papers Movie

Netflix is developing a movie about the Panama Papers scandal with John Wells and Claire Rudnick Polstein producing.

The streaming giant has acquired the rights to the book “The Panama Papers: Breaking the Story of How the World’s Rich and Powerful Hide Their Money,” written by German journalists Frederik Obermaier and Bastian Obermayer. 408 more words

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Panama Papers Movie Set At Netflix; John Wells Teams With Journos Who Broke Story

U.S. EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has teamed with John Wells Productions to mount a feature film about the Panama Papers, the largest single leak of data in government and corporate history. 813 more words

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American Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom is a stand out Australian movie written by David Michod.  I can’t recall a better movie in 2010. From it, some of our amazing local talent got that much needed and well deserved global recognition (think… 600 more words

The Wolves

By Alex Berenson

Another of my favourite series!

This is the 10th book for John Wells.

John Wells is a former intelligence officer who infiltrated the jihadist in middle-east for the central intelligence unit. 635 more words

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Alex Berenson Announces Next John Wells Novel, Promises To Reveal Cover Art Soon (With Plot Details)

Alex Berenson, the bestselling author of the highly acclaimed John Wells series, recently took to his social media accounts to announce his next book, The Prisoner… 224 more words

A (New) Bunch of Animals: "Animal Kingdom" Review

David Michôd’s 2010 drama Animal Kingdom introduced us to actors like Joel Edgerton and Ben Mendelsohn, and featured a chilling, Oscar-nominated performance from Jacki Weaver. Now, veteran producer John Wells and TNT has moved Michôd’s crime tale from Melbourne, Australia to the sun-soaked streets of Los Angeles, in the hopes that the intriguing family crime plot can score can shore up their summer slate. 544 more words

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Sciographia, or The Art of Shadows

The Churches of the United Kingdom have always had a major need to measure time. Time of day was very important in religious houses and before watches the church was the sole arbiter of time of day. 425 more words