Chello Zone Bringing ‘Hardcore Pawn’ To Several Territories International TV provider Chello Zone has acquired all nine series of the US reality TV show Hardcore Pawn for its CBS Reality network in Poland and one of its EMEA feeds. CBS Reality will air the shows in primetime across Poland, Cyprus, Hungary, Romania, the Middle East and Africa. The first will premiere in Poland in June. The reality documentary series, which centers on a Detroit pawn shop, is produced by Zodiak USA for Tru TV and distributed internationally by Zodiak Rights. Karlovy Vary To Celebrate Jerry Schatzberg The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival said today that Palme d’Or-winning director Jerry Schatzberg will attend the 48th edition of the festival to screen three of his earliest films. The influential American director will introduce his recently restored debut Puzzle Of A Downfall Child (1970), The Panic In Needle Park (1970) and Palme winner Scarecrow (1973). The Czech Republic fest runs June 28-July 6. R&H Malaysia Now An Independent The Malaysian unit of visual effects studio Rhythm & Hues is now a stand-alone entity, following the VFX house’s company’s acquisition by competitor Prana Studios. In an interview with Digital News Asia, R&H Malaysia Senior Manager Hasnul Hadi Samsudin said that the move to become independent was because the assets purchase of R&H did not include the Malaysian facilities as part of ... Read More »
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - Searchers on Thursday found the body of a second fourth-grader killed when a landslide swept students, who were on a fossil-hunting field trip, into a pit full of water and mud at a park in St. Paul, Minnesota, authorities said.
BOSTON (AP) — Terry Francona is back at Fenway Park as an opposing manager for the first time since he left the Red Sox.
Could best friends Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts end up duking it out Best Actress, with both women taking on biopics of famous faces? It looks to be that way as Kidman's "Grace Of Monaco" will now test its elegance against Watts' "Diana." The Olivier Hirschbiegel film, penned by Steven Jeffreys ("The Libertine"), will focus on Princess Diana's affair with Dr. Hasnat Kahn (played by "Lost" star Naveen Andrews) that lasted from 1995 until a few months before her death in 1997. It was a tumultuous time for the royal, who was increasingly trying to find ways to avoid the press who dogged her every move, which became a factor in the relationship eventually ending. It's a meaty role, taking on a particularly interesting moment in Diana's life and Entertainment One have snapped up the North American rights, and are planning an Oscar season release. So, could it be Kidman, Watts and Meryl Streep (for "August: Osage County") as early Best Actress locks? Never say never, but...
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