Wednesday, September 29, 2010

“'Bless Me, Ultima' novel to be made into movie in New Mexico; filming to start in October - Minneapolis Star Tribune” plus 2 more

“'Bless Me, Ultima' novel to be made into movie in New Mexico; filming to start in October - Minneapolis Star Tribune” plus 2 more


'Bless Me, Ultima' novel to be made into movie in New Mexico; filming to start in October - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Posted: 25 Sep 2010 04:54 PM PDT

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Studios Discuss Premium Cable Movie Service - Daily Finance

Posted: 27 Sep 2010 05:32 AM PDT

Studios including Sony Pictures (SNE), Walt Disney Co. (DIS) and Warner Bros. (TWX) are in talks with cable companies about offering movies soon after their theater release for as much as $30 per showing.

The companies are in discussions with In Demand, a partnership of Cox Communications, Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable, Bloomberg News reported.

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Disney is also discussing streaming films on Web-linked devices including the Xbox and the Sony PlayStation 3.

The new services could help offset a decline in DVD purchases. Normally, there is a lag of three or four months between a movie leaving theaters and appearing on DVD and cable.

Sony Corp. has already tested a similar service by offering the movies "Hancock" and "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" on Bravia TV for $24.95.

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Kristen Bell Wants to Produce Veronica Mars Movie - Shockya.com

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 12:04 PM PDT

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Kristen Bell would still like to reprise Veronica Mars, the television role that helped make her a household name, in a theatrical movie, Popeater.com reported on September 25. While at the L.A. premiere for her new romantic comedy 'You Again,' she told the Hollywood Reporter that she wants to prove that the television series, which aired between 2004 and 2007, was a success. Bell even said she would serve as a producer to help raise the funds needed to get the movie started.

However, Bell can't get anything started right now, as Warner Bros. still owns the rights to the detective-themed show. But, she also told the Reporter that "My duty, because I wanted this movie from the minute our show was canceled, is to (A) do it before I'm 40, and (B) to prove to Warner Bros. that there is an audience."

Bell, who is now 30, also pointed to the fact that the show had support, as about 3 million people watched it every week. "The sad truth is that…they're not going to relinquish the rights…and let us do it," she added. "We really have to do it with them because they own it."

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