Berlin: Download THR's Day 1 Daily
THR takes a look at how Netflix and Amazon could affect the market and reveals a first-look at 'Tomboy, A Revenger's Tale.'
The Hollywood Reporter released its first Berlin Film Festival daily issue as the festival kicked off on Thursday, Feb. 11. The issue features a look at how Amazon and Netflix could affect the market, an interview with FilmNation's Ben Browning and Aaron Ryder, and casting news including a new project for Daniel Radcliffe.
The Streaming Effect
Amazon and Netflix had strong performances at Sundance just weeks ago, forking over plenty of cash for high-profile projects. Buyers and foreign sales agents weigh in on what the deep-pocketed companies could do in Berlin.
McDonald's in Movies
Ben Browning and Aaron Ryder of FilmNation spoke to THR about working on The Founder, which stars Michael Keaton as McDonald’s impresario Ray Kroc. They also revealed why they hope to make more projects like Mud.
Out for Revenge
THR unveiled a first-look image of Tomboy, A Revenger's Tale, which stars Michelle Rodriguez as a hitman who goes after the rogue plastic surgeon (Sigourney Weaver) who turned him into a woman.
Desktop users can view the entire Day 1 issue below.