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Exactly 30 years ago this coming Sunday a low-budget sci-fi B-movie, for which the releasing studio had but low expectations, directed by the unheralded filmmaker behind Piranha II: The Spawning, starring a heavily accented ex-Mr Universe, opened on just over a thousand screens across the U.S.. Spin forward three decades and we can rewrite almost every element of that sentence: instead of a down-and-dirty sci-fi cheapie, we talking about a franchise-starting behemoth that would spawn sequels, reboots, TV shows, arcade games and other...


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Mark Rachesky, whose 37.4 percent stake in Lionsgate in 2011 Carl Icahn a win in his proxy fight, could be looking to sell his investment in the Hollywood mini-studio to Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, led by chairman Jack Ma. The New York Post reported on Friday that hedge fund manager Rachesky, the chairman of Lionsgate and its biggest shareholder, is looking to unload his influential stake in the mini-studio, with Ma in line to possibly buy it. "We would expect Rachesky to command a premium for the de facto 37.4 percent...



Sony is looking to breathe new life into the Bad Boys franchise by reviving the mismatched buddy cop dynamic for a third big screen outing.Deadline reports that Sony execs are in preliminary talks with screenwriter David Guggenheim, with the studio having singled him out as the man to pen a script for a second sequel. The plan is to reunite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the two leading roles, although the report doesn`t elaborate on whether any approach has been made at this point. It`s been ten years since the last Bad Boys film arrived in cinemas, but Sony clearly feels the time is...