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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom preview this year’s Mip-TV market and the interactive Israeli format that may just dominate this year’s show; take a look at some of the very familiar nominees for the Olivier Awards, honoring the best of British stage; and ponder the promised closure of BBC Three amid the possible resurgence of The X Factor in the United Kingdom as Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole return to shore up the sagging franchise.
Nancy and David also take their weekly look at highlights from the international box office, led by Non-Stop and 300: Rise Of An Empire, and talk about which Oscar winners saw a bump in box office overseas.
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Spidey meets ElectroIt has reached a point where you start to feel you’ve seen a lot of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, with all the trailers, featurettes and enough images to create a short flipbook out there already. But as the film prepares to enter cinemas next month, Sony is looking to show off just a little more, with the first proper clip hitting the web.
Sam Riley, Eddie Redmayne and Toby Kebbell in the runningWith the long slog of casting rumours for the new Fantastic Four themselves now behind us, it feels like we can enjoy the relatively quick sprint of the rest of the cast falling into place. Yet there’s still time for some more speculation and shortlist exploration, with The Wrap bringing word that Domhnall Gleeson, Sam Riley, Eddie Redmayne and Toby Kebbell are the four actors Fox is seriously considering to play the heroes’ enemy, Doctor Doom.
See Cap run. Run, Cap, run! The buzz about Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been building for a while, given a healthy boost by that effective Super Bowl tease and now some glowing word of mouth from press types who have seen the finished film and talked it up on Twitter.
In April 2004, ABC was wrapping its third consecutive season in last place among adults 18-49. Then-rising star Disney cable executive Anne Sweeney was brought in, greatly expanding her portfolio to include the struggling broadcast network and its sister studio along with her oversight of Disney’s cable properties. She’s had successes — most notably the gutsy 2010 move to install Ben Sherwood, then considered a polarizing figure, as head of ABC News, as he went on to revitalize Good Morning America and take the morning ratings lead away from incumbent Today.