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August 2010 > Industry News

Geneva convention to tackle entertainment branding

by John Scaletta and George Rouman

Tags: Approach to Inspire Creativity , Approach to People Management , C. Cretors & Company , Disney , Lionsgate , Saw , Tyler Perry

GENEVA CONVENTION TO TACKLE ENTERTAINMENT BRANDING Disney hosts two seminars on perfecting the theatrical experience by John Scaletta and George Rouman H ollywood returns to the Heartland on September 28-30 when hundreds of exhibitors, studio executives, vendors and industry experts gather...

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April 2010 > Interviews

Take A Bow

by Amy Nicholson

Tags: A Walk to Remember , Big Love , Coming Down the Mountain , Dear John , Disney , Greg Kinnear , Grey’s Anatomy , Hannah Montana , Hannah Montana: The Movie , Julie Anne Robinson , Lasse Hallström , Liam Hemsworth , Mark Hadden , Miley Cyrus , Nicholas Sparks , Nights in Rodanthe , Pushing Daisies , Scoundrels , The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time , The Last Song , The Notebook , Weeds , abc

THESLATE EXCLUSIVEINTERVIEW TAKE A BOW Director Julie Anne Robinson makes her studio debut with Disney’s much-anticipated breakout role for mega-star Miley Cyrus By Amy Nicholson When Disney decided it was time to start working on Miley Cyrus’ post-Hannah Montana career, they took a bold...

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April 2010 > Interviews

Take A Bow

by Amy Nicholson

Tags: A Walk to Remember , Big Love , Coming Down the Mountain , Dear John , Disney , Greg Kinnear , Grey’s Anatomy , Hannah Montana , Hannah Montana: The Movie , Julie Anne Robinson , Lasse Hallström , Liam Hemsworth , Mark Hadden , Miley Cyrus , Nicholas Sparks , Nights in Rodanthe , Pushing Daisies , Scoundrels , The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time , The Last Song , The Notebook , Weeds , abc

THESLATE EXCLUSIVEINTERVIEW (continued from page 100) It’s funny. We were originally due to come out first and I was so happy. I was like, “Oh, we’re going to come out in January!” And then Disney decided to move the date forward—which was a big vote of confidence in the movie, actually, to gi...

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