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A little bit ago, in a galaxy not so far away, news broke that Disney had purchased Lucasfilm Ltd and is planning to finish what George Lucas never started - the remaining Star Wars episodes.
LOS ANGELES, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- MLA Partner Schools, a nonprofit organization working to improve schools and empower neighborhoods in Los Angeles, will honor producers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall at L.A.'s PROMISE GALA dinner, April 27, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
Hollywood actor Harrison Ford says a script for a fifth Indiana Jones picture is being written and he will play the iconic archaeologist again if it's good. The story for the new Indiana Jones is in the process of taking form, People.com quoted Ford, 67, as telling France's Le Figaro.
A Walt Disney World cast member has died after being injured rehearsing for the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular show at Hollywood Studios in Florida. Anislav Varbanov, 30, has become the third Disney worker to die during a mishap at the Orlando amusement park system this summer. A monorail driver was killed July 5 when another train backed into his.
Series to Examine The True Stories of Famous Historical Individuals and Events NEW YORK, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Classic mystery and adventure tales of the 20th century will come alive in "The Real Story", a five-part series premiering on Smithsonian Channel.
Movie director Steven Spielberg's contract with Universal Orlando in Florida is lucrative enough to give financiers concern, Moody's Investors Services said.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Jan.
U.S. director Steven Spielberg and New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson are trying to get Sony Pictures to help finance and distribute their "Tintin" franchise. The pair is planning a trilogy of motion-capture films based on the Belgian comic strip's intrepid young reporter character.
By Andrew Eaton ANYONE for Ghostbusters 3? Bill Murray is up for it, according to reports over the weekend. So is Columbia Pictures, which has hired Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, writers on the US version of The Office, to come up with a script.
Paramount Pictures says Steven Spielberg's ties to the Hollywood studio are cut as the famed director has signed a new deal with an Indian film group.
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