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Entertainment Beloved movies from the 1980s that still hold up today

14:46  23 september  2020
14:46  23 september  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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What else has held up well over the years? Let's fire up the way-back machine and take a look. ( Movies that belong to currently active franchises have Horror movies nearly went extinct by the end of the 1980 s thanks to Hollywood’s obsession with slasher films, but for a brief period in the early part

The shark is still working. Steven Spielberg’s rip-roaring, horror-adventure hybrid has been America’s go-to 4th of July movie for years now (sorry You think you’re not a fascist until one day you find yourself serving a fascist regime, at which point you cast aside previously held principles and adapt to

Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter parent company MRC and Penske Media Corp. on Wednesday announced a deal to create two joint ventures in publishing and content, with both companies holding significant ownership.

The deal becomes effective Wednesday, with a transition period through the end of 2020. The news was announced by PMC CEO Jay Penske and MRC CEOs Asif Satchu and Modi Wiczyk.

The first joint venture is the establishment of PMRC, which will encompass trade and consumer brands in entertainment and music such as PMC’s Variety, Rolling Stone and Music Business Worldwide interests along with MRC’s The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard and Vibe. PMRC’s day-to-day operations will be led by PMC, whose other brands include Deadline, WWD, SHE Media, Sportico and Robb Report.

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Sometimes, however, you dig up an old favorite from decades ago that remains every bit as great as you remember it being. We're here to honor those films that stand the test of time by examining standouts from the 1980 s . These movies might be decades old, but they remain visually compelling

Suspense films, thrillers, movies that propel you to the edge of your seat wondering what happens next—these movies have been around since the silent era, and they continue to draw audiences to the cinema today . On this outing we delve into the slow evolution in the thriller genre during the 1980 s .

“These are all brands I’ve long admired. Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter and Vibe have created some of the finest content in their respective industries and have contributed immensely to the heightened quality of journalism covering entertainment and music today,” Penske said. “We feel very fortunate for this valuable partnership with the exceptional MRC team and the opportunity to continue the legacy of these tremendous brands for the next many decades.”

Said Satchu and Wiczyk: “We have a great deal of respect for Variety, Rolling Stone and Music Business Worldwide and, as importantly, the leadership at PMC who we’ve gotten to know well and look forward to partnering with in both these businesses.”

The second joint venture is a new content partnership that will “activate the power of the production infrastructure and expertise of MRC across PMRC intellectual property,” the companies said. MRC will be “tasked with mining the collective brand IP across all of its content divisions including television, film, live and alternative and nonfiction.” MRC’s titles include shows such as Ozark, The Great and The Outsider; live events including the Golden Globe Awards, the Billboard Music Awards and the American Music Awards; and films such as Knives Out, Ted and Baby Driver. The long-form content alliance will be managed by MRC and operate out of its offices.

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I would nominate “Auf Wiedersehen, Pet” It was primarily about a group of British builders who went out to Germany to work during the Thatcher years. The show was created by Franc Roddam who also wrote and directed Quadrophenia and created a show

And yet, the movies of the '90s still hold up . This decade of cinema pushed narratives to their furthest limits, using new technology in innovative ways that, amazingly, still impress today — even in the These are the movies of the '90 s that still manage to dazzle, provoke, and entertain us to this day.

There are no leadership changes at PMC or MRC as a result of these ventures, and both PMC and MRC will continue to operate independently. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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