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Mattel launches a new film division led by Dallas Buyers Club producer Yesterday Variety learned that the Mattel toy company is preparing for the launch of Mattel Films, a new division focused on producing motion pictures based on the beloved brand's popular IP. Leading the charge for the new venture is DALLAS BUYERS CLUB producer Robbie Brenner, who will work alongside Mattel’s new chairman and CEO, Ynon Kreiz, in overseeing films centered around BARBIE,... Read More...

Mattel launches a new film division led by Dallas Buyers Club producer Yesterday Variety learned that the Mattel toy company is preparing for the launch of Mattel Films, a new division focused on producing motion pictures based on the beloved brand's popular IP. Leading the charge for the new venture is DALLAS BUYERS CLUB producer Robbie Brenner, who will work alongside Mattel’s new chairman and CEO, Ynon Kreiz, in overseeing films centered around BARBIE,... Read More...

Yesterday Variety learned that the Mattel toy company is preparing for the launch of Mattel Films, a new division focused on producing motion pictures based on the beloved brand's popular IP. Leading the charge for the new venture is DALLAS BUYERS CLUB producer Robbie Brenner, who will work alongside Mattel’s new chairman and CEO, Ynon Kreiz, in overseeing films centered around BARBIE,... Read More...

Film Composer Jóhann Jóhannsson Dies At 48 Oscar-nominated composer Jóhann Jóhannsson was, unfortunately, found dead in his Berlin apartment at the young age of 48. Jóhannsson was born September 19, 1969 in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik. He remained there throughout his schooling, studying both literature and languages. He also played guitar and began to play with indie rock groups, starting his music career. Then, Jóhannsson began a music label called Kitchen Motors in 1999, designed to encourage interdisciplinary collaborations.

‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ Review: Keanu Reeves Kills Again in Action-Packed Sequel Early in “John Wick: Chapter 2,” Keanu Reeves’ stoic hitman is in his basement hunched over his stash of firearms, ammo and gold, kept buried under concrete like a lock box in Hell’s bank. I noticed a wall of books behind him. It’s there in the first movie, too, but it never registered before.

Razzie Awards: ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Dominates, Sylvester Stallone Redeemed (Complete List) The cast and filmmakers of “Fifty Shades of Grey” tied down the majority of Razzie Awards on Saturday night, as the 36th annual celebration of the year’s worst movies were handed out in Los Angeles. While “Fifty Shades” split Worst Picture with the universally panned “Fantastic Four,” leads Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson took Worst Actor and Actress, respectively, Worst Screen Combo and Kelly Marcel‘s script whipped up Worst Screenplay. A worldwide box office haul of over $500 million might heal some of those wounds, but the Universal film&#

2016 Razzie Nominations Include Fifty Shades, Paul Blart & Fan4stic The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation has announced its nominations for the 2016 Razzie Awards, a day before the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will reveal its nominations for this year’s Academy Awards ceremony.

The 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Sequels Will Film Back-to-back with This Director Fifty Shades of Grey was a legitimate phenomenon when it hit theaters earlier this year. We're not talking about just the United States, either. The sexy drama pulled in over $570 million around the globe, drawing in big crowds pretty much every where it turned up. (Just for comparison's sake, that's more money than Ant-Man made around the world.) Naturally, sequel talk was well underway (it helps that there are already more books in the series to adapt), but it hit a bit of a...Read MoreRead Comments

Almost two years after the fact, Charlie Hunnam is talking about the experience of dropping out of Fifty Shades of Grey. When Hunnam backed out of the film adaptation of Fifty Shades in October 2013, fans of the erotic novels were in an uproar over the news. (After much debate...

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