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Actress and filmmaker Jodie Foster marries girlfriend
Surprise! Jodie Foster's now a married woman, CNN reports.

The actress and filmmaker quietly tied the knot with her girlfriend Alexandra Hedison over the weekend, a rep for Foster confirmed to CNN.

According to E! Online, which first reported the news, Foster and Hedison had been dating for almost a year.

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CANNES: M-Appeal Picks Up ‘Summer,’ Sends ‘Boys’ to Taiwan (EXCLUSIVE)
LONDON — Berlin-based M-Appeal World Sales has picked up Dutch coming-of-age drama “Summer,” and closed a further sale on Mischa Kamp’s “Boys.” “Summer,” directed by Colette Bothof, centers on 16-year-old Anne (Sigrid ten Napel), who feels like an outsider until she meets Lena (Jade Olieberg), a new girl in town who rides a motorbike, wears... Read more »
CANNES: M-Appeal Picks Up ‘Summer,’ Sends ‘Boys’ to Taiwan (EXCLUSIVE)
LONDON — Berlin-based M-Appeal World Sales has picked up Dutch coming-of-age drama “Summer,” and closed a further sale on Mischa Kamp’s “Boys.” “Summer,” directed by Colette Bothof, centers on 16-year-old Anne (Sigrid ten Napel), who feels like an outsider until she meets Lena (Jade Olieberg), a new girl in town who rides a motorbike, wears... Read more »
NBCU’s Fandango Adds Twitter Ticketing, Buys Movieclips from YouTube Developer Zefr
Fandango, the movie-ticketing and info site owned by NBCUniversal, launched a new program to sell movie tickets via Twitter in movie-related tweets, and also announced the acquisition of the MovieClips network on YouTube from Zefr. Fandango’s Twitter Card feature lets users access details on current and upcoming films — including the film’s stars, rating, opening... Read more »
NBCU’s Fandango Adds Twitter Ticketing, Buys Movieclips from YouTube Developer Zefr
Fandango, the movie-ticketing and info site owned by NBCUniversal, launched a new program to sell movie tickets via Twitter in movie-related tweets, and also announced the acquisition of the Movieclips network on YouTube from Zefr. Fandango’s Twitter Card feature lets users access details on current and upcoming films — including the film’s stars, rating, opening... Read more »
Egypt Film Censorship Spat Sparks National Controversy
Controversy is mounting over film censorship in Egypt where the military-backed government has pulled steamy pic “Halawet Rooh,” Arabic for “Sweetness of Spirit,” from movie theatres, overruling the head of the country’s censorship board who resigned in protest sparking outrage. Ironically the spat comes just after Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” got the green light to be... Read more »
Egypt Film Censorship Spat Sparks National Controversy
Controversy is mounting over film censorship in Egypt where the military-backed government has pulled steamy pic “Halawet Rooh,” Arabic for “Sweetness of Spirit,” from movie theatres, overruling the head of the country’s censorship board who resigned in protest sparking outrage. Ironically the spat comes just after Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” got the green light to be... Read more »
Sitges Festival Opens With ‘[REC] 4 Apocalypse’
MADRID – Jaume Balaguero’s much-awaited “[REC] 4 Apocalypse,” the final part of one of the most profitable European genre franchises in history, will open 2014’s Sitges Festival on Oct. 3. Screen Gems owns U.S. rights to the movie as part of a deal on the whole franchise. “[REC] 4” has been pre-sold worldwide by Filmax... Read more »
Sitges Festival Opens With ‘[REC] 4 Apocalypse’
MADRID – Jaume Balaguero’s much-awaited “[REC] 4 Apocalypse,” the final part of one of the most profitable European genre franchises in history, will open 2014’s Sitges Festival on Oct. 3. Screen Gems owns U.S. rights to the movie as part of a deal on the whole franchise. “[REC] 4” has been pre-sold worldwide by Filmax... Read more »
Time Warner Cable Spent $62 Million in Q1 Prepping for Comcast Merger
Time Warner Cable incurred $62 million in costs for the first three months of 2014 to lay the groundwork for Comcast’s $45 billion acquisition bid, which is pending regulatory approval. TW Cable, the second-biggest U.S. cable operator, said that costs related to the proposed Comcast merger included $29 million in employee-retention costs plus $33 million in advisory and legal fees. While the... Read more »
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