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SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- LIONSGATEÂ® (NYSE: LGF), a leading global entertainment company, today announced that it has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Barry Levinson's found footage eco-horror film THE BAY from Alliance Films.
PARK CITY, Utah, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Creative Coalition today announced that Barry Levinson, Academy Award-winning director of Wag the Dog and Rain Man, will explore America's burgeoning obesity crisis in a new documentary.
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Hollywood filmmaker Barry Levinson has agreed to direct Al Pacino in an HBO movie about assisted suicide advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Kevorkian is a real-life pathologist, nicknamed Dr.
By Geoffrey Macnab Gender scene Mickey Rourke puts his pecker in the popcorn in Barry Levinson's 'Diner' (1982) Men are beasts. They want only one thing and they'll lie and cheat to get it. Women are sweet-natured, romantic and fiercely protective of their virtue.
U.S. actor Josh Hartnett did an adequate job in his London debut as the co-star of a stage production of the movie "Rain Man," stage reviewers say.
Hollywood filmmaker Barry Levinson reportedly is planning to bring Pete Dexter's 1950s-set mystery novel "Train" to the big screen. Levinson's film credits include "Diner,""Good Morning, Vietnam" and "Liberty Heights." His movie "What Just Happened?" screened at the Cannes Film Festival this spring.
By Nicole Sperling LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Robert De Niro will channel a real-life Hollywood producer in "What Just Happened," an independent film expected to include cameos from Sean Penn and other stars.
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