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    Martin Scorsese and Miramax Are Developing a 'Gangs of New York' TV Series

    In the words of Leonardo DiCaprio's Amsterdam Vallon, "And no matter what they did to build this city up again... for the rest of time... it would be like no one even knew we was ever here." Except on television, because Martin Scorsese and Miramax have announce that they're developing a TV series b...

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    Brazil Distributor: Art Films' Ugo Sorrentino

    An interesting discussion during FICG 2013 with Ugo Sorrentino, the head of Art Films, brought to light the issues involved with co-productions with Brazil, whether with Latino or other countries.

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    Miramax Cuts Deal With Amazon's LOVEFiLM in the U.K. and Germany, Sells Off Music Rights

    Miramax continues its push into foreign territory.

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    'Pulp Fiction,' 'Being John Malkovich' Head to Russia and China in New VOD Deals

    American indie films continue to forge new paths to international TV audiences. Miramax has cut a subscription VOD deal with Russian online service Stream, while NBCUniversal has partnered with Chinese VOD company Youku to bring its library content to Asia.

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    Kevin Smith's 'Six Million Dollar Man' Script Set To Become A Comic Book

    Trend alert? Guess we'll have to see, but filmmakers are now turning to comics to get their ambitious scripts made into something, even if ever-wary studios and financiers won't flip the switch on them. Darren Aronofsky's "Noah's Ark" and Duncan Jones' "Mute" are both going the graphic route and now...

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    Harvey Weinstein May Have His Groove Back & The Greatest Hits From Recent Vanity Fair Profile

    Watch Out British Helmer Richard Ayoade, Harvey Scissorhands May Be BackAdmittedly, we might be behind the times and some of us just started parsing Vanity Fair's fairly massive Hollywood Issue tome. Written by Bryan Burrough, (the author of " Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933–34" which spawned Michael Mann's 2009 movie) the thesis of the article is essentially what you see in its (and our) headline: Harvey Weinstein is back. Maybe a slightly more mature, warm and fuzzy Harvey Weinstein with 70% less temper tantrums and outbursts, but one that still knows how to make noise and get his hands dirty w...

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    Kevin Smith On Miramax/Weinstein's 'Clerks' Sequel Plans

    Some interesting news cropped up yesterday morning. The new owners of Miramax struck a deal with the old owners of Miramax, the Weinsteins, to put into production sequels and or potential television offshoots for some of the most high profile titles in the film library. "Bad Santa," "Rounders" and "Shakespeare in Love" are the first batch to titles to be exhumed but plenty more are waiting in the wings including, “Bridget Jones’s Diary,” “Copland,” “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Swingers,” “Shall We Dance?,” “The Amityville Horror” and "Clerks." The news took many by surprise as pretty much no one actually involved with those films knew about any pe...

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    Weinsteins & Miramax Make Deal For Sequels To 'Bad Santa,' 'Rounders,' 'Shakespeare In Love' & More

    And who says originality in Hollywood is dead. Oh wait.

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