eOne Films EVP Charlotte Mickie To Exit In January
Entertainment One said today that Charlotte Mickie, EVP of eOne Films International, is leaving the company in mid-January. She joined eOne in 2008 when the company acquired Maximum Films, where she served as Managing Director. Before Maximum, Mickie was Managing Director of Celluloid Dreams, where she handled films by directors including Hirokazu Koreeda, Francois Ozon, the Dardenne brothers and Michael Haneke.
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EPISODE 10: "The Bridge"
SYNOPSIS: Coulson takes the war back to Centipede, and this time he brings in Mike Peterson for some super-soldier support. As they get closer to the truth, startling secrets are revealed and an unexpected twist threatens the team.
BREAKDOWN: (The following column contains MAJOR SPOILERS, so
Yesterday I reported that producer Jerry Bruckheimer had ended his relationship with Disney and inked a deal with Paramount, where he’d have more flexibility. I also pointed out that he’s seemingly looking to his past to try and ignite some future successes- with the word being that he was looking at sequels for Beverly Hills Cop and Top Gun. Well, the news today is that he’s continuing down that road.
James Maslow has signed with Brillstein Entertainment Partners. He starred on the Nickelodeon series Big Time Rush for four seasons and toured as a member of the band. Maslow’s other TV credits include iCarly, See Dad Run and Marvin Marvin. He also is repped by CAA.
Tate Stevens, the 2012 winner of Fox’s The X Factor, has signed with APA.