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Fans of fantasy show, Game of Thrones, are celebrating as the latest spin off show, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, will be filmed in Belfast. It is set to begin filming at Titanic Studios in the next few weeks with author George RR Martin expected to make a visit to the site in July. […]

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Christopher McQuarrie’s eighth “Mission: Impossible” film has been hit by bad luck again with the reasoning this time due to, of all things, submarine malfunction. The Daily Mail reports that the production has been using a $25 million submarine for scenes, but the gimbal used to lower it in water jammed under its weight and is […]

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AI is already impacting Hollywood. Just as Pixar has announced a 14% layoff of its Animation Studio, a group of filmmakers are launching an AI film and animation studio and has snagged some A-list advisors. Eric Day, Benjamin Michel, and Nick Confalone have launched LA-based Late Night Labs with Poker Face star Natasha Lyonne and Blue Beetle director Angel Manuel Soto among its advisors. The […]

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In partnership with The Guardian reporting on May 25th The latest series of the Devil’s Hour starring Peter Capaldi and Jessica Raine may be a supernatural thriller but it is being filmed in more prosaic surroundings: not far from the M25 in Surrey. Shepperton studios, part of Pinewood Group, is now the second-largest film studio […]

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Paramount Network announced Monday that Yellowstone has resumed production. Filming on the Western hit’s final season five episodes has gotten underway in Montana. While start of production was later than previously thought, MTV Entertainment Studios and 101 Studios still expect the drama to return in November, as previously announced last year. There was no update on […]

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The LA Times ran the below Opinion piece today from Ivan Ehlers There’s no business like show business — but in Los Angeles, it feels like there’s no business at all. If that sounds melodramatic, consider this: The Art Directors Guild, a labor union representing about 3,000 film workers including set designers, art directors and […]

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Stagerunner reveals a snapshot of the latest high-end TV and film productions shooting in the UK for the big studios and streamers.   Films Bridget Jones: Mad About The Boy Follows the titular Bridget Jones as a single mother in her early fifties. Dir: Michael Morris Prod: Working Title Films Where: London When: May – ongoing Distributor: Universal Cast: Renée Zellweger, Hugh […]

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When the creative team behind Prime Video’s splashy fantasy series “The Wheel of Time” began scouring the globe for locations five years ago, it ran into a problem not uncharacteristic of that period of peak TV: It was all but impossible to find a production hub that could both accommodate the show’s sprawling footprint and […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Negotiations between IATSE and the AMPTP are expected to go late into the night Thursday as the two sides near a new three-year deal for LA Locals, but they still have some distance left to run. “It’s looking good, close, but nothing’s sealed up yet,” a studio source close to the talks tells us. After just over two weeks […]

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RedBird IMI, the media and entertainment investment company headed by ex-CNN chief Jeff Zucker, announced the completion of its $1.45 billion takeover of All3Media, the U.K.’s largest independent TV production company. With the deal closed, Zucker, CEO of RedBird IMI, has become the chairman of the All3Media board. All3Media CEO Jane Turton and COO Sara Geater will […]

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