indieWIRE’s snapshot of news and views from around the web on Tuesday.
TWC Takes Osage
Weinstein Co. is on board to adapt the award-winning “August: Osage County”. [VAR]
Happy Ending for “Australia?”
Spoiler alert: Did Baz Luhrmann change the ending to his upcoming “Australia?” And, an earlier look at the film in a piece written by Luhrmann. [GUARDIAN]
Fred Seibert and Scott Kirsner talk about, “The Future of the Internet Video Business.” [CINEMA TECH]
A report from closing night of the East Village venue. [VNY]
A drop for theaters: “Dwindling concession spending added to smaller admissions figures in the third quarter despite record-breaking results from Warner Bros.’ ‘The Dark Knight’.” [HR]
President-elect Obama’s connection with the next generation. “Mr. Obama’s victory was greatly helped by his young allies. More 18- to 29-year-olds went to the polls this year than in any election since 1972…” [NYT]
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