‘Clickbait’ Star Phoenix Raei & Hugo Weaving Set For ‘The Rooster’ – Deadline

‘Clickbait’ Star Phoenix Raei & Hugo Weaving Set For Australian Mystery ‘The Rooster’

Phoenix Raei (Clickbait) and Hugo Weaving (The Matrix) have been set to star in The Rooster, a mystery-drama written and directed by actor Mark Leonard Winter. The Rooster follows small-town cop Dan (Raei). When the body of his oldest friend is discovered buried in a shallow grave, Dan seeks solutions from a risky hermit (Weaving), who was the final individual to see his friend alive. Principal images has simply been accomplished on Dja Dja Wurrung nation within the area of the Hepburn Shire in Victoria, Australia. Producers are Geraldine Hakewill and MahVeen Shahraki for her company Thousand Mile Productions. Executive producers embrace Susie Montague-Delaney, Patrick James and Michael Kantor. The movie shall be distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Jonathan Page for Bonsai Films.

BBC Will Never Show Princess Diana Martin Bashir Interview Again, Says DG

The BBC won’t ever present the 1995 Princess Diana interview by Martin Bashir once more, Director General Tim Davie has stated, because the company agrees to pay substantial damages to Diana’s nanny Alexandra Pettifer and says it “let the Royal Family and audiences down.” Davie apologized publicly to Pettifer, who on the time was known as Tiggy Legge-Bourke, in an announcement up to now jiffy, after Bashir was stated to have used smears towards her in an effort to receive the now-discredited interview, by which Diana stated there have been “three people” in her marriage. A report into Bashir’s actions have disgraced the previous BBC, ABC and NBC journalist. Unless using “short extracts for journalistic purposes,” Davie stated the interview won’t ever be proven once more nor licensed to different broadcasters. “It is a matter of great regret that the BBC did not get to the facts in the immediate aftermath of the programme when there were warning signs that the interview might have been obtained improperly,” stated Davie. “Instead, as The Duke of Cambridge himself put it, the BBC failed to ask the tough questions. Had we done our job properly Princess Diana would have known the truth during her lifetime. We let her, The Royal Family and our audiences down.”

Viaplay Group Acquires Premier Sports UK

Scandinavian Viaplay Group has “accelerated” its UK and sporting footprint with the acquisition of Premier Sports. Premier Sports operates a streamer with 200,000 subs and TV channels within the UK displaying the likes of UEFA worldwide soccer, Spain’s La Liga, rugby, motorsport and ice hockey. Viaplay Group, which not too long ago rebranded from Nent, has been clear about its sporting ambitions and has been busy snapping up sports activities rights throughout Europe, because it prepares to launch streamer Viaplay within the UK and different key territories later this year. The Premier purchase will “put Viaplay firmly on the UK map and accelerate our development in this key market,” based on Anders Jensen, Viaplay Group President and CEO. The transfer was unveiled on the day of Viaplay Group’s interim Q2 report, which confirmed streamer subs have risen to five.5M.

BBC Landmark Doc To Spotlight Mark Zuckerberg

The BBC’s newest landmark documentary collection will current the “definitive account” of Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s twentieth anniversary, with Louis Theroux’s Mindhouse Productions forging the doc. Zuckerberg (working title) will current entry to key people concerned in Facebook’s success, insider testimony and uncommon archive footage that may present the story of the person whose platform has undoubtedly modified the world. The transfer comes just a few weeks after Deadline revealed the BBC is forging an identical doc on Elon Musk, from Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story indie 72 Films. Mindhouse Creative Director Nancy Strang stated: “The remarkable story of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook is one of the tales of our time.  He has arguably done more to transform human behaviour and connectivity than any other person this century.”

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