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Annecy: UTA Independent Group to Handle Animortal’s ‘Chuck Steel’ Rights for North America

UTA Independent Film Group is handling North American sales to Animortal Studios’ “Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires,” a stop-motion action-horror-comedy movie directed by Mike Mort. World premiering June 12 in Annecy’s Official Selection, “Chuck Steel” pays tribute to the look and feel of 1980s’ live-action movies. Set in 1986, the film follows a cop-on-the-edge who doesn’t play by the ...

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Chuck Panama, Longtime Industry Publicist, Dies at 93

Longtime industry publicist and former journalist Chuck Panama died at the Motion Picture and Television Fund home in Woodland Hills on May 13. He was 93. Before beginning his career as a journalist and later publicist, Panama served in WWII after being drafted, working as a radio man on a B-24 bomber in the Pacific. After returning home, he enrolled ...

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Chuck Lorre's Disjointed Cancelled At Netflix, No Season 2

Even before Season 1 debuted in August 2017, early Disjointed reviews spilled nasty bong water all over the new comedy, slamming everything from the jokes to the characters to the cutaway gags to how it handled its central subject matter. (Which led to it becoming one of the worst-received Netflix originals yet.) As it usually goes, fans were kinder than ...

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Chuck Mosley, Former Faith No More Frontman, Dead at 57

Chuck Mosley, former frontman of several bands including Faith No More and Bad Brains, died on November 9. According to a statement from his family, he died from addiction-related causes after a long period of sobriety. He was 57 years old. Mosley became frontman of Faith No More in 1984 and recorded two albums with the band, including their 1985 ...

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Chuck Mosley, Former Faith No More Singer, Dead at 57

Chuck Mosley, the vocalist for the mid-Eighties run of pioneering alt-metal outliers Faith No More, died Thursday at the age of 57. The singer pioneered what would eventually become rap-rock on the band’s first hit, 1987’s snarky MTV breakthrough “We Care a Lot.” He left the band shortly after and did a stint as the singer of Bad Brains in ...

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