Showtime, Client John Singleton Developing ’80s-Set Cocaine Drama

John Singleton

4/29/2014 by Lesley Goldberg | The Hollywood Reporter Showtime is poised to explore the dark side of the 1980s. The premium cable network is teaming with John Singleton and writer Eric Amadio to develop Snowfall, a drama poised to explore the “Greed is good, cocaine is God” era of the ’80s, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Described tonally as in the vein of Boyz n the Hood meets The Wire, … Read More

AdamShowtime, Client John Singleton Developing ’80s-Set Cocaine Drama

Client Dito Montiel’s directed “Boulevard” gets Reviewed by the Hollywood Reporter

Robin Williams plays a man who has waited almost five decades to confront his own homosexuality in Boulevard, Dito Montiel’s tender but unsentimental take on a story that benefits from finesse. In one of the least showy performances of his career, Williams creates a character who, as written by Douglas Soesbe, doesn’t feel much like the men we’ve seen handle … Read More

AdamClient Dito Montiel’s directed “Boulevard” gets Reviewed by the Hollywood Reporter

Client Andrew Bachelor featured on the cover of New York Magazine

Andrew Bachelor nearly deleted his masterpiece, a six-second comedy skit that, today, provides him a comfortable income. “I wasn’t happy with it,” he says. “But I posted it, and it was doing good, so I left it.” In the video, Bachelor—adopting his far more exuberant Vine character, King Bach—­offers to chase down a purse snatcher but executes an off-the-wall backflip … Read More

AdamClient Andrew Bachelor featured on the cover of New York Magazine

Open Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to client John Singleton’s directorial TUPAC Bio-Pic with a wide-screen release of at least 2000 theaters.

By Mike Fleming Jr | Deadline Open Road Films has acquired U.S right to Tupac, the long-awaited and highly anticipated feature on the life of Tupac Shakur directed by John Singleton. Scripted by jaremy Haft & Ed Gonzalez and Singleton, the film traces Shakur’s life from growing up in East Harlem the son of activist Black Panther Party members, to … Read More

AdamOpen Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to client John Singleton’s directorial TUPAC Bio-Pic with a wide-screen release of at least 2000 theaters.