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Box Office

‘Doctor Strange’ Brews $86M In Overseas Opening – International Box Office

By Nancy Tartaglione 29 mins ago

Refresh for latest Injecting some major mystical magic into the international box office this weekend, Disney/Marvel's Doctor Strange reigns supreme with $86M in its offshore opening. In 33 markets, the Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer blasted past projections to debut 49% ahead of Ant-Man, 37% ahead of Guardians Of The Galaxy, 23% ahead of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and 1% ahead of Thor: The Dark World when comparing the same suite of territories and all at today's… Read

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Box Office

After Beating Tom Cruise Last Weekend At The B.O., ‘Madea’ Is Extinguishing Tom Hanks’ ‘Inferno’ – Sunday AM Update

By Anthony D'Alessandro on Oct 29, 2016 10:15 pm

6TH Writethru, Sunday AM after Saturday 1o:15 PM post: Refresh for updates Say what you will about Halloween impacting the box office, but history has shown that there’s typically a movie that benefits from the holiday, and this weekend that title is Lionsgate’s Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween. The old lady is giving the distributor its first No. 1 second weekend hold of the year with an estimated $16.67M, sending Sony’s Dan Brown threequel Inferno into second place… Read

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TV

Diane English, Norman Lear And Frank Rich Discuss The “Orange Elephant In The Room” — USC Comedy Festival

By Matthew Grobar on Oct 29, 2016 9:00 pm

Tonight, as part of the USC Comedy Festival, a trio of politically conscious TV legends — Murphy Brown creator Diane English, All in the Family creator Norman Lear, and Veep EP Frank Rich — sat down for a conversation on the subject of comedy and the political discourse, moderated by All the Way director and USC alum Jay Roach. The night didn’t go off without a hitch however. Heavy sighs from the audience greeted the notice that comedian Zach Galifianakis would not appear… Read

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Film

Chris Rock & Producers On Rigors Of Getting Laughs, From ‘American Pie’ Gag To ‘Louis’ Hurricane – Produced By NY

By Greg Evans on Oct 29, 2016 6:03 pm

So, how hard is comedy? “I can do Manchester by the Sea,” Chris Rock said to the producer of Kenneth Longergan’s much-heralded new indie film today. “But Kenneth can’t do Pootie Tang.” Rock was joking – probably – but the upsmanship during the “Dying is Easy, Comedy is Hard” panel discussion at the Produced By New York conference made it hard to tell. Moderator Chris Moore, whose producing career spans American Pie, Good Will Hunting and the new Manchester, tossed the… Read

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TV

New York Television Festival Unveils 2016 Winners

By Ross A. Lincoln on Oct 29, 2016 5:30 pm

Winners were announced tonight from the 12th annual New York Television Festival, capping a record breaking event that saw the most submissions in the festival’s history. The event’s flagship Independent Pilot Competition saw winners in 15 competition categories, including "Best of the Fest" honors going to The Worst Husband – the trailer for which you can watch above – in the Independent Pilot Competition, and to Medium Well in the NYTVF Scripts competition. The festival… Read

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breakingBusiness

Peace And War: Ars Nova Sues Producer Over Broadway ‘Natasha, Pierre’ Billing

By Jeremy Gerard on Oct 29, 2016 4:20 pm

A skirmish over above-the-title billing in a new Broadway show’s Playbill erupted into all-out war this weekend, as the non-profit theater that developed one of the most acclaimed musicals of recent seasons filed two lawsuits against the commercial producer who has brought the show, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812 to, aptly, the Imperial Theatre. A sprawling and often ingenious mashup of rock opera, immersive soap opera and New Wave dinner theater, the show is… Read

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Film

There’s Box Office Gold In Diversity, Says Film Producer Panel – Produced By NY

By Greg Evans on Oct 29, 2016 3:09 pm

On a weekend when A Medea Halloween is a serious fright to the Da Vinci super-franchise, the profitability of diversity was an all but inevitable topic of conversation at the Produced By New York conference today. To put it another way: “There’s gold in them thar hills,” as Hidden Figures producer Donna Gigliotti put it. For an afternoon Producers Masterclass session, all but one of the five movies represented on the panel could be called diverse by any standard, and even… Read

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TV

World Series Ratings: Most Watched Game 3 In 12 Years

By Dominic Patten on Oct 29, 2016 2:38 pm

UPDATE, 2:38 PM: With the Cleveland Indians leading the 2016 World Series 2-1, there’s a lot riding on tonight’s Game 4 for the Chicago Cubs. For Fox, this year’s World Series is already delivering little but wins and now the net has hit a 12-year viewership. With the final numbers in, last night’s 1-0 win by Cleveland over Chicago in the Windy City snagged 19.4 million viewers. That’s the best any Game 3 has done since the Boston Red Sox bear the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1… Read

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TV

‘Late Late Show’ Producer Adam Abramson Talks Integrating TV & Digital – Produced By NY

By Paul Brownfield, Special To Deadline on Oct 29, 2016 2:32 pm

Attention, TV industry: Cling to church and state attitudes about integrated digital content at your own peril. "We're so beyond the point of this being an appendage" to production, Adam Abramson, director of digital content for The Late Late Show with James Corden, said at a Produced By New York panel on producing for the web sponsored by Deadline. Abramson recalled how, when he started in a similar position at Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the mandate for web-only… Read

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Film

Matt Damon On ‘Manchester By the Sea’ & Why He Had Final Cut Approval – Produced By NY

By Paul Brownfield, Special To Deadline on Oct 29, 2016 2:01 pm

As a producer on Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By the Sea, Matt Damon had push-comes-to-shove final cut approval over the film–a safeguard against the legal and reputation-staining legacy still attached to Lonergan over his troubled 2011 film Margaret. "It was just a way of keeping everyone calm,” Damon said, appearing via Skype at a Produced By panel about the making of Manchester By the Sea, due out next month and which is already being talked about as an Oscar… Read

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Awards

Britannia Awards Bring Out A Starry List Of Honorees, Presenters And Oscar Hopefuls – AND Ricky Gervais

By Pete Hammond on Oct 29, 2016 12:12 pm

It was a very English night in Beverly Hills last night as BAFTA LA’s Annual British Academy Britannia Awards were handed out to a half dozen luminaries in the motion picture business, but only three of whom actually were born in the United Kingdom. Brits Ricky Gervais and Felicity Jones, along with Scottish Ewan McGregor represented the home team, while Jodie Foster, Samuel L.Jackson, and Ang Lee joined them for the warm presentation on stage at the Beverly Hilton, site… Read

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breakingFilm

Tom Hardy To Play Al Capone In New Movie ‘Fonzo’ From Josh Trank – AFM

By Patrick Hipes on Oct 29, 2016 11:24 am

Tom Hardy is attached to play all-time American gangster Al Capone in Fonzo, a new project written and to be directed by Josh Trank. Russell Ackerman and John Schoenfelder of Addictive Pictures and Lawrence Bender are producing the pic, which centers on Capone in the final days of his life. The real-life Capone died in 1947 at age 48. CAA and WME Global are repping U.S. rights and Bloom is selling international at the upcoming American Film Market. The pic, now in… Read

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