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The Bronze Acquired by Sony Pictures Classics

The comedy The Bronze starring Melissa  Rauch and Sebastian Stan has been acquired for distribution by Sony Pictures Classics. According to The Wrap, the film, originally to be distributed by Relativity Media was taken off the release schedule due to Relativity filing chapter 11. 24 more words


Sony Classics to Release 'The Bronze' After Relativity Bankruptcy Filing

Sony Pictures Classics will release the Melissa Rauch comedy “The Bronze,” which has been tied up in the Relativity Media bankruptcy, in North America.

The movie is Bryan Buckley’s directorial debut, written by Melissa Rauch (“Big Bang Theory”) and Winston Rauch. 286 more words


Ex-Relativity Pic 'The Bronze' Lands At Sony Pictures Classics

Sony Pictures Classics said today that it will release The Bronze, the film Relativity scooped up for $3 million following an all-night negotiation after it opened the Sundance Film Festival in January. 200 more words

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Relativity Studios Postpones Three Films Indefinitely (EXCLUSIVE)

Relativity Studios has quietly removed three of its titles from the release calendar, a signal that the bankrupt studio has no plans to debut the films until after it is sold at auction. 199 more words


As Relativity Implodes, Filmmakers Are Left in Limbo

Marc Klein has spent the last four months working on a script for Relativity called “The Lost Wife,” a World War II love story set during the Holocaust. 986 more words


Morganway, The Bronze, Don't Lose Heart. Grapevine @ Bedfords 22 July 2015

Morganway, The Bronze, Don’t Lose Heart at Grapevine @ Bedfords, Bedfords Bar, Norwich 22 July 2015

Grapevine at Bedfords is one of those music nights which never seems to disappoint and maintains an astonishingly high calibre. 1,174 more words

Live Music And Dance



The month of June gave us the box office Jurassic Worldshatteringrecords, including the biggest opening weekend in North America, and the highest-grossing opening worldwide, surpassing The Avengers and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, the first film to gross $500 million worldwide in a single weekend and the fastest film to accrue $1 billion. 963 more words