After months of fighting in the courts over the fate of the Gerard Butler thriller, Ryan Kavanaugh and the Fast & Furious producer today have come to a deal – with a little help from their friends. 506 more words
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The letters are flying fast and furious this week in Relativity’s Chapter 11 case over whether Ryan Kavanaugh should have sat down for a grilling from Neal Moritz’s lawyers. 466 more words
Proving once again that it ain’t over until it’s over, Fast & Furious producer Neal Moritz isn’t letting Ryan Kavanaugh’s new version of Relativity keep… 514 more words
“Fast & Furious” producer Neal Moritz is to produce a movie version of “Crossfire,” the megahit game from South Korea’s Smilegate Group.
Smilegate announced the deal Monday in Seoul, after spending a year weighing up proposals from Hollywood producers and studios. 236 more words
Veteran producer Neal H. Moritz is formalizing his relationship with Sony on the television side, closing a two-year overall deal with Sony Pictures TV.
Original, which most recently was under an overall deal at CBS Television Studios, is partnered with Sony TV on comic book adaptation 178 more words
Film and television producer Neal Moritz has inked an overall deal with Sony Television, Variety has learned. His production company Original Film is also currently under a long-term Sony deal on the feature side. 215 more words
UPDATED: One of the most prominent films Relativity Media had in development even as it spiraled downward into bankruptcy was “Hunter Killer,” a Gerard Butler thriller about a submarine captain trying to save the world from the threat of a renegade Russian. 1,224 more words