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Roy Lee & Steven Schneider Ink Image Nation Abu Dhabi Deal

Image Nation Abu Dhabi has signed a three-year deal with Roy Lee and Steven Schneider to produce a slate of high-concept, English-language dark genre films. The plan is to make at least one pic a year at a modest budget financed by Image Nation, with the focus on international appeal and franchise potential. 370 more words

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Image Nation Abu Dhabi Pacts With U.S. Producers Roy Lee, Steven Schneider

ROME – Prominent Middle Eastern production company Image Nation Abu Dhabi has forged a three-year pact with veteran Hollywood genre movie producers Roy Lee (“The Ring”) and Steven Schneider (“Paranormal Activity”) to jointly produce a slate of high-concept, low-budget horror films destined for the international market. 471 more words

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J.C. Spink Remembered as Larger-Than-Life Hollywood Personality

Producer J.C. Spink was remembered as a larger-than-life personality at a packed memorial service in Beverly Hills on Thursday.

Spink, who produced “The Hangover” along with dozens of other films, … 355 more words

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Netflix Pre-empting Gold Rush Feature Spec 'Yuba'

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix continues to broaden its feature film slate, negotiating toward a pre-emptive acquisition of Yuba, a spec script by newcomer writer Eamon O’Sullivan. 145 more words

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The Echo (2008)

The Echo (2008) is one of those films which sounds good on paper, but unfortunately fails to deliver on its promises. Promoted as a tense and creepy thriller, this mystery / horror by Yam Laranas and starring Jesse Bradford and Amelia Warner, is heavy on pseudo shocks but light on pretty much everything else. 459 more words

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'Delilah Dirk And The Turkish Lieutenant' Bought By Disney

EXCLUSIVE: Disney has acquired feature film rights to the graphic novel series Delilah Dirk And The Turkish Lieutenant from author Tony Cliff. The literary property, which is an action adventure tale set in the early 19th century, was first published by First Second Books. 218 more words

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