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  1. BAFTA Names Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli Vice President for Film

    4:15 am 4/4/2016

    Broccoli joins recently appointed vp for TV Greg Dyke in an ambassadorial role for the organization. Read more

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  2. Red Arrow and Smuggler Launch Cove Pictures, Partner with Bond Shingle Eon

    1:44 am 2/25/2016

    Heather Rabbatts will head up the new joint venture, which will produce high-end TV drama and comedies.Read more

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  3. Barbara Broccoli Has Golden Eye on James Bond's Future

    8:00 am 12/9/2015

    The THR Power 100 honoree and Eon Productions principal, whose been overseeing the 007 franchise since 'Goldeneye,' will face several unknowns as the series moves forward after 'Spectre.'Read more

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  4. 'Love Letters' Cut Short on Broadway

    9:34 am 12/9/2014

    The two-character play with a rotating star cast had been scheduled to run through Feb. 15 but will now close SundayRead more

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  5. BAFTA Unveils 2014's Crop of "Breakthrough Brits"

    1:00 pm 10/27/2014

    Stars of 'Harry Potter' and 'Nymphomaniac' make the list of 18 from the film, TV and gaming industriesRead more

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  6. Carol Burnett, Candice Bergen, Anjelica Huston, Martin Sheen Set for 'Love Letters'

    12:39 pm 7/31/2014

    Mia Farrow, Alan Alda, Brian Dennehy, Stacy Keach and Diana Rigg are also part of rotating casts for the Broadway revival of the 1988 A.R. Gurney play, opening Sept. 18.Read more

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  7. Sony Nabs Film Rights to Edward Snowden Book 'No Place to Hide'

    10:00 am 5/14/2014

    Glenn Greenwald's book, which was published this week, would mark the first Snowden project to move forward at a major studio.Read more

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  8. Berlin Jury President James Schamus: Philip Seymour Hoffman 'Will Be Here' in Spirit

    2:56 am 2/6/2014

    The jury, which also includes Christoph Waltz, Michel Gondry and James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, among others, sidestepped the Woody Allen controversy in its first press conference.Read more

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  9. Ben Whishaw Uses Gadget to Declare Pinewood's 'Q' Stage Officially Open

    8:16 am 12/4/2013

    The latest actor to play the James Bond gadget guru officially opened the studio facility's newest stage Dec. 4.Read more

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  10. Strangers on a Train: Theater Review

    3:45 am 11/20/2013

    Closer to Patricia Highsmith’s novel than Alfred Hitchcock’s film, this stage adaptation stars Jack Huston as a dangerous drunk with a murderous proposition for Laurence Fox.Read more

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