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Chilean Gay Drama ‘The Strong Ones’ Picked Up for North America by Breaking Glass (Exclusive)

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Chilean Gay Drama ‘The Strong Ones’ Picked Up for North America by Breaking Glass (Exclusive)
Breaking Glass Pictures has picked up North American distribution rights to Chilean producer Omar Zuñiga’s directorial feature debut, “The Strong Ones” (“Los Fuertes”).

Meikincine Entertainment handled the sale.

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best International Narrative Feature and the Audience Award at OutFest LA as well as Best Narrative Film at Florida’s OutShine Film Festival, “The Strong Ones” has been on the global film festival circuit and will soon have its New York premiere at NewFest.

Set against the dramatic beauty of southern Chile, “The Strong Ones” follows Lucas who travels to a remote town to visit his sister. There he meets Antonio who works on a local fishing boat. An intense romance grows between them despite their contrasting world views.

“This beautifully produced and acted film is about strength, love, finding oneself and about a deep connection between two men,” said Rich Wolff, CEO, Breaking Glass Pictures.
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Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu And Prime In September

Everything Coming To Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu And Prime In September
As August winds down, it’s time to look ahead to everything that’s hitting the major streaming services in September. As always, there’s an enormous haul of originals and newly licensed titles going up across Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Hulu and Prime Video over the month, including content from every genre out there.

The first day of September brings the usual lengthy list of movies arriving on most of the sites. Just a few of the highlights include all three Back to the Future films returning to Netflix, every entry in the Twilight saga arriving on Hulu and countless iconic movies going up on HBO Max, including Grease, Miss Congeniality and V for Vendetta. Also, Doctor Who fans will want to take note, as the most recent season of the show lands on HBO Max the same day.

Feel free to inspect the full list of everything
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HBO Max Announces Over 150 New Movies/TV Shows For September

HBO Max Announces Over 150 New Movies/TV Shows For September
Although it still has a long way to go to catch up to Netflix, HBO Max is gradually building a reputation for both an impressive library of content and its own original programming. As well as reportedly working on a number of Batman-focused series, the WarnerMedia streamer is also absorbing shows from DC Universe, and funding the Snyder Cut of Justice League. We now know what’s coming to HBO Max in September, and there’s plenty there for subscribers to sink their teeth into.

The big original series highlight next month is the Ridley Scott-produced Raised by Wolves, which explores two androids raising human children. Created by Adam Guzikowski, the program could be one of HBO Max’s first big hits with critics and audiences, and is set to arrive on September 3rd. Other notable originals include comedy Unpregnant, wherein a pregnant teenager travels to Mexico with her
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HBO Max in September: Here’s Everything New Coming

HBO Max in September: Here’s Everything New Coming
HBO Max is out with its list of everything new coming to the streaming service in the month of September.

Highlights include Ridley Scott’s “Raised by Wolves,” out Sept. 3, which follows two androids raising a human child on a distant planet; “Coastal Elites” starring Bette Midler, Kaitlyn Dever, Dan Levy, Sarah Paulson and Issa Rae, out Sept. 12, and “The Murders at White House Farm,” which is out in Sept. but doesn’t yet have an exact premiere date.

Others without a premiere date coming in Sept. include season one of “Haute Dog,” “Mo Willems: Don’t Let the Pigeon Do Storytime!” and seasons one through three of “The Great Pottery Throw Down.”

Also Read: 'Lovecraft Country' Premiere Draws 1.4 Million Multiplatform Viewers - Including HBO Max

Read the full list below:

Sept. 1

93Queen, 2018

All The Right Moves, 1983 (HBO)

The Astronaut Farmer, 2007 (HBO)

Badlands, 1973

Ballmastrz: 9009, 2018

Bandidas, 2006 (HBO)

Barnyard, 2006 (HBO)

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,
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HBO Max New Releases: September 2020

HBO Max New Releases: September 2020
WarnerMedia’s grand streaming experiment continues apace with HBO Max’s list of new releases for September 2020.

This month, HBO Max is bring some serious dramatic heat with the Ridley Scott-directed sci-fi series Raised by Wolves arriving on Sept. 3. And if science fiction isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, then HBO Max has identified something that is: true crime. The Murders at White House Farm will arrive at a date to be determined in September.

In addition to those intriguing original offerings, HBO Max is making the best of its WarnerMedia library this month. Doctor Who season 12 makes its long-awaited streaming debut on Sept. 1. Also arriving on the first of the month are Clerks, Election, and the hopefully-not-too-timely V for Vendetta.

Recent horror hit The Invisible Man arrives on Sept. 19. It is complemented by HBO Max original comedy Unpregnant on Sept. 10.

Here is everything else coming to HBO Max this month.
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Miami Film Fest Fosters Familial Ties and Latinx Line-Up

Miami Film Fest Fosters Familial Ties and Latinx Line-Up
Alexandra Codina got involved with filmmaking right after college. Following her job as a production assistant in New York, she began working with the Miami Film Festival in 2002, where she learned to further pursue a career in the filmmaking industry. Codina ran the community programming and outreach areas of the festival until 2005, when she confidently decided to fully pursue documentary production. In 2010, her first feature film, “Monica and David,” was picked up by HBO.

“Because I worked [at the Miami Film Festival], I made a lot of friendships with people in the industry so when I was ready for ‘Monica and David’ it wasn’t as frightening to go out there and to try to sell the film and to try to talk to people as peers,” she says.

This year, Codina returns to the Miami Dade College’s Miami Film Festival with her feature “Paper Children,” a drama centered on the immigration crisis at the United States-Mexico border.
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Netflix Boosts Preschool Slate With Seven New Series

Netflix on Monday unveiled seven new original preschool series in the works at the streaming company, including a CG animated comedy adventure to premiere this year that serves as an expansion of DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon franchise.

The new series — five animated, one nonfiction, one live-action — aimed at Netflix’s global audience of kids ages 2-6 join previously announced originals on the launchpad including DreamWorks Archibald’s Next Big Thing, Go! Go! Cory Carson and Chico Bon Bon.

They will join current series in the space like Ask the StoryBots, Chip and Potato, Mighty Little Bheem, Motown Magic, Super Monsters, True and the Rainbow Kingdom, Word Party and YooHoo to the Rescue. The content is available on Netflix Kids, a portal that gives adults the ability to prevent access to certain content on their account via age restrictions and PINs.

“With high-quality, age-appropriate programming for kids at every age and stage,
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Wonder Park Super Bowl Trailer Takes You on a Magical Roller Coaster Ride

Wonder Park Super Bowl Trailer Takes You on a Magical Roller Coaster Ride
A new trailer for Wonder Park has arrived online. This movie has been in the work for a handful of years now, with production initially kicking off back in fall 2014. Nickelodeon Movies' latest has had a long road to theaters, but it's finally on the way and it's an imaginative look at the creative mind of a young individual. The studio apparently likes what they've got, as they shelled out money to debut this latest trailer ahead of the Super Bowl. Will that pay off? It's impossible to say, but we've got the new footage for you to check out anyway.

With the latest sneak peak arriving on Super Bowl Sunday, Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl comes alive. The movie centers on June who, in her younger years, was obsessed with her imaginary amusement park named Wonderland
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Nickelodeon Names Ramsey Naito Head Of Animation, Chris Viscardi To Become Producer

New Nickelodeon president Brian Robbins has made a second key programming executive hire, bringing in Oscar-nominated producer Ramsey Naito as Evp of Animation Production and Development. Based in Nickelodeon’s Burbank studio, Naito will be in charge of the network’s animation content across all formats and platforms– digital, TV and film, reporting to Robbins.

Naito replaces Chris Viscardi, Svp of Animation and Development at Nick, who will move into a producer role for the network, overseeing the creation of feature-length animated content for both Nickelodeon and third-party digital and linear platforms.

The appointment of Naito follows Robbins’ recent hire of longtime close associate Shauna Phelan to the newly created position as Svp, Live-Action Scripted Content, for the Nickelodeon Group.

“Ramsey is a proven hit-maker and creative leader who has helped bring to life some incredibly imaginative characters for audiences of all ages,” said Robbins. “One of our goals is
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Nickelodeon Hires ‘Boss Baby’ Producer Ramsey Naito to Lead Animation

Nickelodeon has hired Oscar-nominated “Boss Baby” producer Ramsey Naito as executive vice president of Animation Production and Development, in charge of the network’s animation content across all formats and platforms — including digital, TV and film — Nickelodeon president Brian Robbins announced Tuesday.

Naito will be based in Nickelodeon’s Burbank, California, studio and report directly to Robbins. This marks Robbins’ second hire since he took over Nick last month. Last week, he named Shauna Phelan head of Nick’s live-action scripted content.

Chris Viscardi, Nickelodeon’s former senior vice president of Animation and Development who was previously leading the department, will now be moving into a producer role for the children’s network. He will oversee the creation of feature-length animated content for both Nickelodeon and third-party digital and linear platforms.

Also Read: Nickelodeon Hires Awesomeness Exec Shauna Phelan to Lead Live-Action Division

Naito will be responsible for managing Nickelodeon
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Kevin James Signs With UTA

Comedian and actor Kevin James has signed with UTA.

James most recently was seen in his Netflix stand-up special Never Don’t Give Up, which he also wrote and executive produced. On the television side, James is known for his starring role on Kevin Can Wait, which ran for two seasons on CBS, as well as hit comedy series The King of Queens, which he helmed for nine seasons. The long-running CBS comedy which successfully runs in syndication, was executive produced by James and earned him an Emmy nomination for his role.

On the film side, James has produced, co-written and starred in films including Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, Zookeeper and Here Comes The Boom. He made his feature debut in Hitch opposite Will Smith and has starred alongside Adam Sandler in Pixels, Grown Ups, Grown Ups 2 and I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry.
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in August 2018

Hulu has confirmed that several of its original series will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in August, including more installments in the first season of the critically acclaimed Stephen King thriller “Castle Rock” as well as more of season 2 of the costume drama “Harlots” and season 4 of the comedy “Casual.” And there will also be new to Hulu seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including season 3 of “Insecure” and season 4 of “Ballers.”

Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Hulu appearances including the Oscar-winning “Leaving Las Vegas” and “Lost in Translation” and the recent nominee “Baby Driver.”

See Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in August

Available August 1

A Conspiracy to Rule: The Illuminati

American Gigolo

American Ninja

American Ninja III: Blood Hunt

Babe

Be Cool

The Beatles: Made on Merseyside

Black Hawk Down

Black Mask

Black Rain
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Boss Baby’ Producer Ramsey Naito Hired for Paramount Animation Post

Paramount Pictures has named “The Boss Baby” producer Ramsey Naito to the post of executive vice president at Paramount Animation.

Naito received an Oscar nomination for DreamWorks Animation’s “The Boss Baby” along with Tom McGrath. She will report to Paramount Animation’s president, Mireille Soria. Paramount made the announcement Thursday.

“I have had the privilege of knowing and working with Ramsey for a number of years,” Soria said. “She is a consummate professional with incredible creative instincts and relationships. I am so excited for her to bring her skills and energy to our growing team.”

Naito will oversee production on the next SpongeBob SquarePants movie. She will actively seek new projects for development and animation talent to work with the division. Naito will work with Soria to build cross-divisional opportunities with Nickelodeon and parent company Viacom’s other brands.

In addition to the third installment of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” Paramount
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‘The Boss Baby’s Ramsey Naito, Others Join Paramount Animation Executive Ranks

Ramsey Naito, who most recently produced DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated feature The Boss Baby, has joined Paramount Animation as Executive VP. She will report to Paramount Animation President Mireille Soria.

Paramount Animation also has added Emily Nordwind as VP Production and Development, Katherine MacDonald as VP Production and Marketing and Maya Kambe as a creative executive.

In her new job, Naito will not only oversee production on the next SpongeBob SquarePants movie but she will actively seek out new projects for development and animation talent to work with the division. In addition to the third installment of SpongeBob SquarePants, Paramount Animation’s upcoming slate also includes Wonder Park (newly retitled from Amusement Park), which is set to bow on March 15, 2019.

Naito also will work with Soria to also build cross-divisional opportunities with Nickelodeon and parent company Viacom’s other brands.

“I have had the privilege of knowing and working with
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John Goodman and Ken Watanabe To Voice Two New Autobots In Transformers: Age Of Extinction; Download The Movie App

Director Michael Bay has tapped John Goodman and Ken Watanabe to voice two all new Autobots in his highly anticipated film Transformers: Age Of Extinction, the fourth film in the global blockbuster franchise from Paramount Pictures.

Goodman and Watanabe will join legendary voice actors Peter Cullen and Frank Welker.

Goodman will play Autobot Hound, Watanabe will play Drift, while Cullen reprises his role as the voice of Optimus Prime, and Welker takes on another new character, Galvatron.

“I am pleased to welcome two gifted and versatile actors, John Goodman and Ken Watanabe, to the world of Transformers,” said Bay. “And to reteam with Peter and Frank, who have brought Transformers characters alive from the beginning. I’ve been fortunate to work with some of the best voice talent in the business, and together we will introduce several exciting new robots to fans of the franchise around the world.”

Rounding out
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Forecast: 'Elysium' Likely to Lead Competitive Weekend

Forecast: 'Elysium' Likely to Lead Competitive Weekend
Four new nationwide releases enter an already crowded marketplace this weekend. Elysium, the last of this Summer 2013's $100 million-budgeted movies, should take first place, though it may fall short of matching director Neill Blomkamp's 2009 hit District 9.Meanwhile, Cars spin-off Planes will likely wind up in second, while We're the Millers and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters should also do decent business following their solid openings on Wednesday. Overall, this is going to be one of the biggest weekends ever in August with a combined take north of $150 million.Opening at 3,284 locations, Elysium is this year's latest movie to test audience interest in original sci-fi. Oblivion and Pacific Rim both opened to $37 million; Oblivion closed below $90 million, while Pacific Rim should inch past $100 million. Meanwhile, After Earth bombed with just over $60 million, though that had its own share of unique issues. For a handful of reasons, it's likely that
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'Battleship' Vs. 'What To Expect': Brooklyn Decker's Double Feature

With model-turned-actress in two movies opening the same day, we look back at (and forward to) other stars' box-office twofers.

By Amy Wilkinson

Brooklyn Decker in "Battleship"

Photo: Universal Pictures

If you have a thing for busty blondes, we suggest you pencil a double feature into your weekend plans, seeing as model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker stars in not one, but two movies opening Friday: the blow-'em-up action flick "Battleship" and the pregnancy rom-com "What to Expect When You're Expecting."

In the Decker vs. Decker showdown, box-office analysts seem to agree that "Battleship" will sink "What to Expect," though it's unlikely either will unseat reigning superheroes of the cinema, "The Avengers," who are eyeing their third first-place weekend. Nonetheless, having two films open on a single day is a neat distinction for the 25-year-old actress, though one that's not as rare as you might think. Here are a cluster of stars who
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'Battleship' Vs. 'What To Expect': Brooklyn Decker's Double Feature

With model-turned-actress in two movies opening the same day, we look back at (and forward to) other stars' box-office twofers.

By Amy Wilkinson

Brooklyn Decker in "Battleship"

Photo: Universal Pictures

If you have a thing for busty blondes, we suggest you pencil a double feature into your weekend plans, seeing as model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker stars in not one, but two movies opening Friday: the blow-'em-up action flick "Battleship" and the pregnancy rom-com "What to Expect When You're Expecting."

In the Decker vs. Decker showdown, box-office analysts seem to agree that "Battleship" will sink "What to Expect," though it's unlikely either will unseat reigning superheroes of the cinema, "The Avengers," who are eyeing their third first-place weekend. Nonetheless, having two films open on a single day is a neat distinction for the 25-year-old actress, though one that's not as rare as you might think. Here are a cluster of stars who
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Take Three: Danny Glover

Craig here with Take Three. Today: Danny Glover

Over the last decade Glover hasn’t seen the prolonged exposure that he once enjoyed, yet mostly still deserves. But he’s been doing good work in a vast array of projects, both mainstream and arthouse none the less. In a quintet of artful independents The Royal Tenenbaums (2001), Manderlay (2005), Bamako (2006), Honeydripper (2007) and Blindness (2008) he gave strong, varied turns. Barnyard, The Shaggy Dog (both 2006) and Alpha and Omega added family fare to his résumé. A couple of pay-the-rent Saws (first and fifth) and a thankless turn in Death at a Funeral (2010) didn’t harm his career. A couple of presidential engagements, Battle for Terra (2006) and 2012 (2009), kept him afloat. And finally some bona fide solid gold support in Dreamgirls (2006) and Shooter (2007) reminded multiplex audiences just how good he is.

Take One: Be Kind Rewind (2008)

But the most recent role in which he’s perhaps
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‘Adjustment Bureau’ and ‘Rango’ Win Box Office

By Scott Mendelson

HollywoodNews.com: Paramount released its first non-Dreamworks cartoon in nearly five years this weekend. And indeed, the number one film by a long shot was Gore Verbinski’s Rango (teaser). The critically-acclaimed and nearly-existential Johnny Depp vehicle grossed $38 million over the three-day weekend. That’s the biggest opening for a Paramount animated feature not from Dreamworks, although it’s slightly behind in attendance compared to the $32 million opening of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie back in November of 2004. Paramount’s animated fare has been exclusively Dreamworks since the August 2006 release of Barnyard: The Original Party Animals. Since they acquired Dreamworks in early 2006, they’ve basically been just releasing the Katzenberg cartoons. But prior to that, they actually had a good thing going with Nickelodeon, although they have released a few Nickelodeon live-action co-ventures over the last few years (Charlotte’s Web, Hotel For Dogs, etc). This will hopefully
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