Tag Archives: co-producer

Lady Gaga’s “Edge of Glory” is “personal”

HollywoodNews.com: Lady Gaga’s latest song, “Edge of Glory,” was released this week and it seems that this song was something different than the others that have come out. Her co-producer, Fernando Garibay, is opening up about the special song that is “personal” to Gaga, states MTV. “It’s a bold move on[...]

Roman Polanski ‘Gods of Carnage’ sells off Euro territories

HollywoodNews.com: Roman Polanski’s latest production has secured notable financing after selling a number of territory deals across Europe. Entitled “Gods of Carnage,” the film was written by Polanski and French playwright Yasmina Reza, based on her Tony-winning play. “Carnage” follows “a meeting between two sets of parents who get together[...]

Steven Spielberg’s “Tintin” photos arrive online

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: I’m trying to get excited about “The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn,” Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Georges Rémi’s revered comic strip that will be in theaters in 2011. Right now, I’m lukewarm. I didn’t grow up with the European comic, which Remi penned under the[...]

‘The Hangover’s’ Rachael Harris to star in ‘Gates of Eden’

HollywoodNews.com: Producer Susan R. Rodgers (“Dahmer”), founder of Indiana Girl Productions, announced today the casting of Jason Jones (“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”) and Rachael Harris (“The Hangover”) as leads in the satirical comedy, “Gates of Eden.” Both Jones and Harris are represented by United Talent Agency. Lin Shaye[...]

Katy Perry to host and perform at Teen Choice 2010

HollywoodNews.com: Pop sensation and multi-platinum recording artist Katy Perry is set to host Teen Choice 2010. The Grammy-nominated artist will also perform during the 12th annual special that celebrates the year’s hottest teen icons in film, television, music, sports and fashion. Teen Choice 2010 will award the coveted Teen Choice Surfboard[...]

Hurt Locker producer apologizes for “begging” email

BY STAFF “The Hurt Locker” co-producer Nicolas Chartier has sent a followup email to apologize for his first email blast that begged colleagues to campaign for his movie to win the Oscar for best picture while trashing rival film “Avatar.” This email violates the Academy Award’s rules and the Oscar chiefs[...]