Lionsgate’s local-language film consortium GlobalGate Entertainment has added Japan’s Rakuten to its worldwide team of production and distribution partners.
Netflix has boarded thriller “Dhamaka,” starring popular Bollywood star Kartik Aaryan, and will release the film exclusively on the service.
Mumbai, 2 March, 2021: Adding to its robust film slate, Netflix today announced that it will release the Dhamaka, headlined by Kartik Aaryan. The film’s plot unfolds as a news anchor gets stuck in a situation with a mysterious bomb blast. With the series of ups and downs and events that follow, he must make a choice between his future career or the humanist in him.
EXCLUSIVE: When Netflix chief Reed Hastings recorded an audio essay for the BBC last month, one comment stood out within his message of solidarity for an industry besieged by virus disruption: “Throughout the pandemic, we’ve seen our members watching more content from other countries or cultures.”
As Asian cinema’s global reach is spotlighted by Parasite‘s Oscar wins, Lionsgate’s local-film remake consortium Globalgate on Tuesday said Indonesia’s Falcon Pictures had joined its worldwide network.
Local-language film consortium Globalgate Entertainment has added Indonesia’s Falcon Pictures to its 14 global production and distribution partners, as reported by Variety.
It’s no secret the film industry is obsessed with sequels and remakes — China’s Monster Hunt 2 smashed local records with a $97 million one-day bow at home and Fifty Shades Freed opened to $137 million worldwide — but a global business is emerging for a different kind of adaptation, in which producers make multiple sequels of the same film, in different languages and aimed at different markets.
Globalgate Entertainment has added The Philippines’ Viva Communications to its worldwide consortium of 13 production and distribution partners.
Italy’s RAI Cinema has joined Lionsgate’s local-language film consortium GlobalGate, becoming its twelfth partner..
Lionsgate’s global consortium focused on remaking local-language movies has added new partners in Brazil and Colombia.
Globalgate Entertainment, the local-language film production and financing venture that’s aligned with Lionsgate, has added new companies to the consortium. Brazil’s Paris Filmes and Colombia’s Cine Colombia are now part of the group of 11 partners that also includes Televisa, Gaumont, Nordisk, Kadokawa, Lotte, Tobis, TME and Belga. Narcos producer Dynamo Productions also is in the mix now.
Vindicating Lionsgate’s launch of the Globalgate consortium to take advantage of the popularity of local-language titles, ‘No Manches Frida’, scored a first weekend Pesos 62 million (about $3.2 million) in Mexico, the third-highest opening for a Mexican movie of all time.
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Europe is revving up its remake business. As in the U.S., where Lionsgate launched local production-distribution outfit Globalgate in 2016, the companies leading the remake effort in Europe are among those producing the continent’s most commercially aggressive international titles.
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