After two development cycles and two pilots, the CW is throwing in the towel on bringing Keira Cass’s book The Selection to the small screen. By all accounts, the second pilot, which was shot in Budapest, was an improvement over last year’s effort. But in the end, I hear the finished product, while beautifully shot, was not compelling enough to get on the schedule.
The two movies being financed are "Laggies" with Keira Knightley and "The Forger," starring John Travoltaread more
Siren Studios and The Solution Entertainment Group have completed financing on a multi-year $50 million revolving equity fund for development and production. The coin is being used for a pair of projects for sale in Cannes — romantic comedy “Laggies,” starring Chloe Moretz and Sam Rockwell with Keira Knightly in talks to come on board;... Read more »
Laggies is the dark comedy directed by Lynne Shelton that now has Keira Knightley attached alongside Chloe Moretz and Sam Rockwell. Also getting some of this first cash is the John Travola heist pic The Forger that Solution is producing and co-financing with Code Entertainment. Here’s the release announcing the new fund, which is the latest tie-up between the Siren and the Solution who already have a genre sales label together called Synchronicity among other partnerships: Siren Studios, a rapidly growing creative hub for entertainment production, and The Solution Entertainment Group (The Solution), the production, financing and international sales company have completed the financing on a new multi-year $50 million revolving equity fund to finance the development and production of the partners expanding slate of feature films and television product, it was announced by Sirenís Craig Chapman, Brandon Nutt and Kyle Jackson and Myles Nestel, co-founder and partner of The Solution. Both companies already enjoy a far reaching strategic partnership that includes physical production, post production services and joint ownership of The Solutionís genre sales label called Synchronicity. The launch of the initial $50 million fund raised from institutional capital and private equity investors by Nutt and Jackson, closes the loop on both companies business plan to be a one stop studio covering film production, sales, and financing. ďWhen Lisa Wilson and I launched The Solution in 2012 one of our goals was to be a one-stop finance, ... Read More »
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