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Quick News: End, Kroll, Haddish, Hate, Melrose

  All Summers End Gravitas Ventures has acquired all U.S. rights to Tye Sheridan’s coming-of-age film “All Summers End” (previously titled “Grass Stains”) for a June 1st release. Kyle Wilamowski helms the film about a teenage boy who falls in love while grappling with his guilty conscience over a prank …

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Netflix vs. Cannes: Streamer Gets Cuaron’s “Roma”

  In a surprise twist, Netflix has picked up “Gravity” and “Children of Men” director Alfonso Cuaron’s new film “Roma” reports Vanity Fair. The film follows a middle-class family in 1970s Mexico City and ties into The Corpus Christi Massacre in which student demonstrators were killed by elite Mexican soldiers. …

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MoviePass Lifts AMC Ban, Acquires Moviefone

  The running feud between movie ticket subscription service MoviePass and theatrical exhibition chain AMC seems to have quietened down a bit. It began when AMC tried to ban purchasing e-tickets using MoviePass in its theaters. Then MoviePass themselves disallowed the use of their service at certain AMC locations. Now, …

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Marvel To Spend Big On “Infinity War” Ads

  Marvel Studios has just released a new TV spot for “Avengers: Infinity War,” this one boasting a lot of new footage with a bunch of it set in Wakanda, and including a bit of a reunion between two old friends. The spot comes as twenty-four minutes of footage from …

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Cooper On HBO’s Abandoned “Shadow Country”

  Along with the many shows that have become cultural institutions, HBO is also famous for leaving a pile of dead projects in their wake – some never made it out of development, others were shot or well into production before the plug was pulled. In recent years David Fincher’s …

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“Wonder,” “Man,” “Venom,” “Lion King” Go IMAX

  Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic “First Man,” Ruben Fleischer’s Tom Hardy-led Spidey spin-off “Venom,” Patty Jenkins’ superhero sequel “Wonder Woman 2” and Jon Favreau’s photorealistic remake of “The Lion King” have announced that they will shoot portions of their films with IMAX cameras. While this months “Avengers: Infinity War” …