Sundance Selects keeps filling up its dance card. The distributor has acquired North American rights to Dancing In Jaffa, Hilla Medalia’s Tribeca 2013 docu about ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine, who travels home to Israel to train Jewish and Palestinian kids from five diverse local schools. Exec produced by Morgan Spurlock, LaToya Jackson, and So You Think You Can Dance‘s Nigel Lythgoe, Dancing In Jaffa joins good company at Sundance Selects which previously distributed dance-themed documentaries Pina from Wim Wenders and First Position by Bess Kargman. Diane Nabatoff, Neta Zwebner-Zaibert, and Medalia produced the pic, which was co-produced by Keshet Broadcasting LTD. Jeremy Chilnick and Jeffré Phillips, Dan Setton, J. Arnhold, Robert Machinist, and Jonathan Shukat also exec produced with Sydney Holland as co-exec producer. Sundance Selects/IFC Films’ Jeff Deutchman negotiated the deal with Preferred Content and UTA Independent Film Group on behalf of the filmmakers. K5 is handling international sales.
And we're back with this week's Teen Mom Week in Review, which is full of everything from nip slips to baby bumps. Keep reading to see what the lovely MTV ladies (and their gents) have been up to in the past few days and why we now know that season 5 is totally back on... Photos: Who Took Home The Prize for Best Teen Mom Baby Daddy? Nope, there still hasn't been an official announcement from MTV that Teen Mom 2 season 5 is underway, but we're not idiots. We know it's a go, guys! For one, a tattoo parlor employee confirmed that an MTV crew was present when Javi Marroquin went in with Kailyn to get another tattoo. And two? This! Leah Calvert tweeted about a camera crew following her and Jeremy around in Las Vegas, where this adorable new pic was taken. Can't fool us, MTV. Kailyn Lowry still hasn't confirmed her pregnancy (though those baby bump pics don't lie), but she's already picking out baby names! Kail tweeted that she is thinking of the name Coco for a baby girl, but that her friend wasn't so into the idea. This doesn't mean Kail's having a girl necessarily, maybe just that she wants one. Because let's be real, Isaac would be super cute with a baby sister. Poll: Vote for Teen Mom As Your Favorite Show About Pregnancy And speaking of really cute baby girls, Chelsea Houska and Aubree have officially launched a website! ChelseasChoices.com is Chelsea's new fashion site where she'll be sharing her style picks with her fans and highlighting new pieces in her jewelry collection that are available for purchase. Seriously hoping there are going to be leopard print dog accessories on there, because that's what Chelsea's fans really want. Let's be real. Oh, and we might as well throw this in because it's cute—here's Chelsea's daughter Aubree leaning on the baby belly of Adam's soon-to-be baby mama, Taylor Halbur. Guess she's all set to be a big (half) sis! And speaking of semi-scandalous pics, check out Jenelle Evans' latest photo with her boyfriend, Nathan, which is probably more graphic than any of these other pics of them together. Is she trying to show off her back tattoo or her favorite position for um, napping? We'll let you decide. Photos: Twitter Pics of Jenelle Evans and Nathan Griffith As for the original Teen Mom girls? Maci Bookout's gearing up for a dance competition! Nope, she's not on Dancing With The Stars (yet), but Bentley's mama is partaking in a local competition called Dare to Dance which is a fundraiser, too. Peep the pretty pic of her and her dance partner! Oh right, Farrah Abraham. How could we forget? After Farrah confirmed the news that she got a second boob job—she went from a C cup to a solid D—she suffered a bit of a nip slip at an event in Las Vegas. Too small bikini or too big boobs? We're gonna go with both (but mostly the latter). Photos: What it Was Like Meeting Nev Schulman from MTV's Catfish OK! News: Read Charlie Sheen's Harsh Rejection Letter to Farrah Abraham What do you think was the biggest Teen Mom headline of the week? Tweet us @OKMagazine! Photo credit: Instagram/Splash News
A month after his exit as President of the Warner Bros Television Group, Bruce Rosenblum has joined Legendary Entertainment as President of newly launched Legendary Television and Digital Media. In his role, Rosenblum will help set up a business model for Legendary’s expansion into television and digital as it plans to produce programming across linear and non-linear “on-demand” platforms globally and pursue global digital distribution of its content for broadband, mobile and emerging technologies. The division will function autonomously, without the backing of a studio as Legendary, a well-capitalized company valued at $3 billion, mulls its next move as its partnership with Warner Bros. on the feature side is up at the end of the year. This represents a much bigger and more ambitious foray into television than Legendary’s first entry into the space in 2011 when the company launched a TV division in conjunction with a development/production deal at Warner Bros. Television, the TV studio which was under Rosenblum’s purview. A year and a half later, Legendary opted to proactively end the deal and dissolve the TV division headed by Jeremy Elice, with sources siting Legendary management’s reservations towards the traditional TV development model, which they felt was not for the company, which tends to produce content in ... Read More »
Cameras are up and rolling for Teen Mom 2 season 5! Earlier this week, RadarOnline.com exclusively reported that Kailyn Lowry and her husband Javi Marroquin were getting filmed in … READ ON
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