Clients Jason Pagan & Andrew Stark’s “Almanac” has been rechristened “Welcome To Yesterday” and will keep its February 28 release date.

By THE DEADLINE TEAM | Monday December 16, 2013  Rookie helmer Dean Israelite’s found-footage pic from Platinum Dunes has been rechristened Welcome To Yesterday and will keep its February 28 release date. Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller produced the sci-fi film formerly known as Almanac from a 2012 Black List script by Jason Pagan & Andrew Stark. Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec are exec … Read More

AdamClients Jason Pagan & Andrew Stark’s “Almanac” has been rechristened “Welcome To Yesterday” and will keep its February 28 release date.

Client Israel Broussard named as one of 2013’s Best New Faces in TV and Movies by The Wire

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DEC 12, 2013 / THE YEAR IN REVIEW Alexander Abad-Santos, Joe Reid, Esther Zuckerman Every year, there are those actors who make their presence felt and demand a place for themselves in the entertainment landscape. Be they world-weary prostitutes or adorable children. These are the ten who have made themselves the most indispensable. Annaleigh Ashford There’s a reason why Masters of Sex is bringing … Read More

AdamClient Israel Broussard named as one of 2013’s Best New Faces in TV and Movies by The Wire

TimeOut New York names Andrew Orvedahl’s “Hit the Dick Lights” as one of the Best comedy specials of 2013

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Our critics weigh in on the year’s best releases from Mike Birbiglia, Louis C.K. Bill Cosby and more, be they on CD, on DVD or self-produced online. By Steve Heisler, Matthew Love and Julie Seabaugh | Mon Dec 9 2013 Maria Bamford, Ask Me About My New God! (Comedy Central Records, CD-and-DVD set $14) Though some of its material overlaps with last year’s The … Read More

AdamTimeOut New York names Andrew Orvedahl’s “Hit the Dick Lights” as one of the Best comedy specials of 2013

HBO has put in development Club Life: Miami, a drama written and directed by filmmaker John Singleton (Boyz N The Hood, Shaft) who is executive producing with Russell Simmons.

By NELLIE ANDREEVA | Wednesday December 4, 2013  HBO has put in development Club Life: Miami, a drama written and directed by filmmaker John Singleton (Boyz N The Hood, Shaft) who is executive producing with Russell Simmons. Set against the South Beach club scene, the project follows a reformed criminal who moves to Miami and gains a new lease on life as he embraces the vibrant, youthful and transgressive world. … Read More

AdamHBO has put in development Club Life: Miami, a drama written and directed by filmmaker John Singleton (Boyz N The Hood, Shaft) who is executive producing with Russell Simmons.

John Singleton, Russell Simmons Team for Miami-Set Club Drama at HBO

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The Oscar-nominated “Boyz n the Hood” multihyphenate will write the script and executive produce “Club Life: Miami.” 12/4/2013 by Lesley Goldberg   John Singleton is heading to HBO. The Oscar-nominated Boyz n the Hood writer-director-producer is developing drama Club Life: Miami with Russell Simmons at HBO, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Club Life: Miami is set against the South Beach club scene and follows a reformed criminal who moves to … Read More

AdamJohn Singleton, Russell Simmons Team for Miami-Set Club Drama at HBO

Clients Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan to write big screen version of ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’

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12/3/2013 by Borys Kit Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, a book that scared a generation of kids with its surprisingly frightening tales and perhaps even scarier pictures, is heading to the big screen. CBS Films has picked up the rights and acquired an accompanying pitch by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, the duo wrote a slew of the Saw horror movies. Sean Daniels and Jason … Read More

AdamClients Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan to write big screen version of ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’

“Small Engine Repair,” a raw, funny and well-tooled new play written by and featuring John Pollono, who is making an impressive, double-barreled Off Broadway debut.

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BY CHARLES ISHERWOOD | NOVEMBER 18, 2013 A casual reunion of three longtime buddies slouching unprofitably through their 30s ultimately betrays a darker purpose in “Small Engine Repair,” a raw, funny and well-tooled new play written by and featuring John Pollono, who is making an impressive, double-barreled Off Broadway debut. Mr. Pollono was born in New England but currently works as … Read More

Adam“Small Engine Repair,” a raw, funny and well-tooled new play written by and featuring John Pollono, who is making an impressive, double-barreled Off Broadway debut.

Client John Pollono Brings ‘Small Engine Repair’ to New York

BY JESSE McKINLEY | PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 14, 2013 John Pollono said he was knee deep writing a play about 19th-century Boston, the art of dueling and the myriad rules that govern such gunplay, when it suddenly occurred to him to lighten up. “I was like, ‘I just want to write something from the world I know,’ ” Mr. Pollono, 38, said. … Read More

AdamClient John Pollono Brings ‘Small Engine Repair’ to New York

James McAvoy-starrer “Filth,” book written by Irvine Welsh, receives British Independent Film Award Nomination

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By NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor | Monday November 11, 2013  Scottish director David Mackenzie’s prison drama Starred Up was acquired for U.S. distribution last week by Tribeca Film. Today, the movie scored eight nominations for the 16th annual Moët British Independent Film Awards. Clio Barnard’s Cannes Directors’ Fortnight title, The Selfish Giant, follows with seven nods, and three films picked up five each: James McAvoy-starrer Filth; the … Read More

AdamJames McAvoy-starrer “Filth,” book written by Irvine Welsh, receives British Independent Film Award Nomination