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The pact makes ESPN the home of the popular MMA brand. ESPN is close to finalizing a deal to carry the UFC on its linear networks, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The pact follows a five-year $750 million digital deal to put UFC fights on ESPN+, the company’s recently launched OTT service. Like that deal,
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Manson helped to usher in the modern era of Hollywood market research through his innovative campaign for the 1971 horror film ‘Willard,’ and also specialized in cutting TV spots and trailers, including the famous one for the 1981 horror film ‘Scanners.’ Arthur Manson, a veteran marketing and distribution executive who helped to usher in the
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The Academy on Tuesday announced a host of new rules and regulations, one of which looks like a major win for documentary feature factory Netflix. Everyone who intends to wage an Oscar campaign this season will need to pay close attention to a host of new rules and regulations that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts
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In resigning from the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Bill Mechanic, the former Fox studio chief, has penned a long list of serious problems that he charges the organization has failed to address. “We have failed,” he wrote in an April 12 letter to Academy president John Bailey
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The British Academy will honor HBO’s fantasy series for “revolutionizing and pushing the boundaries” of television production. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, or BAFTAs, will give a special award to Game of Thrones for the show’s contribution to the art and craft of TV. The HBO fantasy series will receive a special
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He is best known for his superhero series, including The CW’s ‘Arrow,’ ‘The Flash’ and ‘Supergirl.’ Producer Greg Berlanti, whose credits include The CW’s hit superhero series Arrow and The Flash, will be honored with this year’s International Emmy Founders Award. Berlanti, who holds the record for most shows on U.S television networks at the
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Gabe Polsky follows his acclaimed feature documentary directorial debut ‘Red Army’ with a dynamic exploration of what separates our greatest athletes from all the rest. We’ve barely made it through the first quarter of 2018, but an early contender for the best documentary feature Oscar has emerged: Gabe Polsky‘s In Search of Greatness, a dynamic
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The British Academy unveiled its behind-the-camera nominees on Thursday, with Netflix’s royal drama earning seven, and Tom Hardy’s ‘Taboo’ claiming six. The Crown is leading the race following Thursday’s BAFTA TV Craft Award nomininatons, celebrating behind-the-camera talent on the small screen in 2017. Netflix’s acclaimed royal drama emerged with seven nominations, closely followed by the
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March 05, 2018 4:36pm PT by Scott Feinberg Kevin Winter/Getty Images The morning after the 90th edition of Hollywood’s highest-profile awards show, The Hollywood Reporter’s editorial director and awards columnist assess the ceremony, the results, the controversies and more. On the morning after the 90th Oscars, The Hollywood Reporter‘s editorial director Matthew Belloni and awards
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Black Panther has most of the world at its feet. Only one country has yet to submit to Ryan Coogler’s afro-futuristic box-office sensation: China. The Disney-Marvel tentpole finally opens March 9 in the world’s second-largest film market, the last international outing for Panther following rollouts in Russia on Feb. 26 and Japan on March 1. The film
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