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Josh Lucas Joins James Mangold�s Untitled Ford vs. Ferrari Film (Exclusive)

  • 26 July 2018
  • by Justin Kroll
  • Variety – Film News

James Mangold�s untitled Ford vs. Ferrari film is revving up its cast.

Josh Lucas is boarding the movie as Ford executive Leo Beebe, joining the previously announced cast of Christian Bale and Matt Damon. Jon Bernthal is playing Lee Iacocca, and Tracy Letts will portray Henry Ford II.

Mangold, who recently directed �Logan,� is helming from a script by Jez and John-Henry Butterworth (�Edge of Tomorrow�).

The film follows an eccentric, determined team of American engineers and designers, led by automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Damon) and his British driver, Ken Miles (Bale), who are dispatched by Henry Ford II and Iacocca with the mission of building from scratch an entirely new automobile with the potential to finally defeat the perennially dominant Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans World Championship in France.

Chernin Entertainment is producing and Steve Asbell is overseeing for the studio.

Lucas currently plays a young Kevin Costner

Harley Quinn Spinoff Earns $12.6 Million Tax Credit From California

  • 23 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

Margot Robbie�s Harley Quinn spinoff, �Birds of Prey,� has become the latest high-profile movie to be selected for a state tax credit for filming in California.

The California Film Commission revealed that 19 feature films had been chosen for tax credits totaling $52.2 million. �Birds of Prey,� a DC Comics movie with Robbie reprising her Harley Quinn character, is due to receive the largest allocation, at $12.6 million. The Cathy Yan film is on track to spend nearly $63 million in state on qualified expenditures.

�We are excited to be awarded an incentive from the California Film & TV Tax Credit Program, which will allow us to produce �Birds of Prey� in the Golden State,� said Warner Bros. Pictures� senior vice president Kelley Smith-Wait. �The project will have a large footprint and create hundreds of new jobs for women and men in our industry.�

Gary Oldman�s historical biopic �Flying Horse� is receiving a $5 million allocation,

Harley Quinn Spinoff Earns $12.6 Million Tax Credit From California

  • 23 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

Margot Robbie�s Harley Quinn spinoff, �Birds of Prey,� has become the latest high-profile movie to be selected for a state tax credit for filming in California.

The California Film Commission revealed that 19 feature films had been chosen for tax credits totaling $52.2 million. �Birds of Prey,� a DC Comics movie with Robbie reprising her Harley Quinn character, is due to receive the largest allocation, at $12.6 million. The Cathy Yan film is on track to spend nearly $63 million in state on qualified expenditures.

�We are excited to be awarded an incentive from the California Film & TV Tax Credit Program, which will allow us to produce �Birds of Prey� in the Golden State,� said Warner Bros. Pictures� senior vice president Kelley Smith-Wait. �The project will have a large footprint and create hundreds of new jobs for women and men in our industry.�

Gary Oldman�s historical biopic �Flying Horse� is receiving a $5 million allocation,

The Young & The Restless Alum Sean Carrigan Races to an Exciting New Movie Role!

  • 10 July 2018
  • by Chris Eades
  • CBS Soaps in Depth

TV Series �Good Girls,� �You� Relocate to California to Receive Tax Credits

  • 02 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

NBC�s sitcom �Good Girls� and Horizon Scripted Television�s �You� are relocating to California for their upcoming seasons and have been conditionally approved to receive a combined $15.4 million in tax credits.

California�s Film and Television Tax Credit Program 2.0 made the announcement Monday, noting that the expanded program its starting its fourth year with a total of 15 series having relocated to the Golden State, thanks to the incentive.

Good Girls� is relocating for its second season from Atlanta and is due a $9.3 million credit. �You� is moving for its second season from New York City and will receive a $6.1 million credit.

�Year-four of California�s expanded tax credit program is off to a great start with a pair of relocating TV series and last week�s passage of legislation to extend the program for another five years,� said California Film Commission Executive Director Amy Lemisch. �We�re bringing long-term,

‘House of Cards’ Star Paul Sparks in Talks to Join Ford v. Ferrari Movie

  • 27 June 2018
  • The Hollywood Reporter

House of Cards star Paul Sparks is in talks to join Christian Bale and Matt Damon in Fox�s untitled Ford v. Ferrari movie, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Logan director James Mangold is helming the feature, which will shoot this summer in Los Angeles. Chernin Entertainment is producing.

Sparks, who is also set to star in the upcoming Starz drama Sweetbitter, recently had roles in the drama thriller Thoroughbreds and on the Paramount Network limited series Waco, and he guest-starred on the Netflix series The Crown.

The Ford v. Ferrari project revolves around car manufacturer Ford�s quest to beat Ferrari as the top maker of race .

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs California Production Tax Credit Extension

  • 27 June 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed an extension of California�s production tax credit program for five years beyond its 2020 expiration with $1.6 billion in credits.

The Entertainment Union Coalition, a coalition of California Iatse Council, Directors Guild of America, International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 399, LiUNA Local 724, and SAG-aftra, made the announcement Wednesday. Brown approved the legislation as part of signing the state�s overall 2018-19 budget.

�As a coalition that represents working men and women of the entertainment industry, we are elated that the California film and television production tax credit program has been extended through 2025. Our members are those who lose when film and television production leaves this state and they are also the direct beneficiaries when it returns to and stays in California,� the group said.

The program, which allocates as much as 25% of the budget to credits, was more than tripled in size in 2014 to $330 million annually

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs California Production Tax Credit Extension

  • 27 June 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed an extension of California�s production tax credit program for five years beyond its 2020 expiration with $1.6 billion in credits.

The Entertainment Union Coalition, a coalition of California Iatse Council, Directors Guild of America, International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 399, LiUNA Local 724, and SAG-aftra, made the announcement Wednesday. Brown approved the legislation as part of signing the state�s overall 2018-19 budget.

�As a coalition that represents working men and women of the entertainment industry, we are elated that the California film and television production tax credit program has been extended through 2025. Our members are those who lose when film and television production leaves this state and they are also the direct beneficiaries when it returns to and stays in California,� the group said.

The program, which allocates as much as 25% of the budget to credits, was more than tripled in size in 2014 to $330 million annually

Christian Bale-Matt Damon �60s Ferrari vs Ford Movie Gets Summer 2019 Release Date

  • 23 June 2018
  • by Ross A. Lincoln
  • The Wrap

20th Century Fox has set a summer 2019 release date for its upcoming James Mangold-directed biopic about the 1966 Le Mans race, set to star Matt Damon and Christian Bale. The still-untitled project will hit theaters June 28, 2019.

Based on a true story, the film tracks a heated rivalry between Ford and Ferrari culminating in the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, the world�s oldest sports car endurance race. It will focus on the team of American engineers and designers, led by legendary Ford Automotive designer and racing driver Carroll Shelby, and British driver Ken Miles, tasked by Henry Ford II to design a car capable of defeating Ferrari at Le Mans. Damon is set to play Shelby, with Bale portraying Miles. [more[

Meanwhile, Fox�s upcoming action-comedy �Stuber,� starring Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani, will land in theaters May 24, 2019. The

Jon Bernthal in Talks to Play Lee Iacocca in Ford vs. Ferrari Movie

  • 12 June 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

�The Punisher� star Jon Bernthal is in negotiations to join Matt Damon and Christian Bale in Fox�s untitled Ford vs. Ferrari movie.

If the deal goes through, Bernthal will play Lee Iacocca, who spearheaded development of the Ford Mustang. The car debuted in 1964 and became the automaker�s most successful launch since the Model A.

�Logan� director James Mangold is helming from a script by screenwriters Jez and John-Henry Butterworth (�Edge of Tomorrow�). The film is based on A.J. Baime�s 2010 book �Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans.�

The film follows an eccentric, determined team of American engineers and designers, led by automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Damon) and his British driver, Ken Miles (Bale), who are dispatched by Henry Ford II and Iacocca with the mission of building from scratch an entirely new automobile with the potential to finally defeat

California Production Tax Credit Extension to Move Forward

  • 31 May 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

California legislators have moved forward on extending the California Film and Television production tax credit for five years beyond its 2020 expiration.

The State Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 951 by a 37-0 vote on Thursday. The legislation continues the current annual allocation of $330 million in tax credits and extends the sunset of the program from 2020 to 2025. The State Assembly passed similar legislation, Assembly Bill 1734, a week ago.

The program, which allocates as much as 25% of the budget to credits, was more than tripled in size in 2014 to compete effectively with incentives in New York and Georgia. The program is overseen by the California Film Commission, which selects the TV and movie projects to qualify partly based on the number of jobs created. It�s expected that the legislature will reach agreement on a final bill in the late summer before sending it to Gov. Jerry Brown.

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California Production Tax Credit Extension to Move Forward

  • 31 May 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

California legislators have moved forward on extending the California Film and Television production tax credit for five years beyond its 2020 expiration.


The State Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 951 by a 37-0 vote on Thursday. The legislation continues the current annual allocation of $330 million in tax credits and extends the sunset of the program from 2020 to 2025. The State Assembly passed similar legislation, Assembly Bill 1734, a week ago.

The program, which allocates as much as 25% of the budget to credits, was more than tripled in size in 2014 to compete effectively with incentives in New York and Georgia. The program is overseen by the California Film Commission, which selects the TV and movie projects to qualify partly based on the number of jobs created. It�s expected that the legislature will reach agreement on a final bill in the late summer before sending it to Gov. Jerry Brown.

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Boba Fett Is Being Co-Written by Star Wars Rebels Producer Simon Kinberg

  • 25 May 2018
  • by MovieWeb
  • MovieWeb

While Disney and Lucasfilm have yet to make a formal announcement, it’s been confirmed that a Boba Fett movie is happening, with Logan director James Mangold at the helm. Mangold is set to both direct and co-write the Star Wars standalone centered on the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy. So who is the other person writing the movie with Mangold? None other than Simon Kinberg.

Even if you don’t know him by name, you’re almost certainly familiar with his work. Simon Kinberg has been a longtime producer and writer of the X-Men franchise. He got his start with the series during the much-maligned X-Men: The Last Stand, but is actually trying to make amends for that as we speak as he is making his directorial debut with X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which arrives in theaters in February 2019. He also served as a producer on Logan, making this something of

Film News Roundup: California Production Tax Credit Extension Moving Forward

  • 21 April 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

In today�s film news roundup, California legislators have started working on an extension of the production tax credit, Golden Lion winner Lorenzo Vigas is working on his next film and Tribeca zombie thriller �The Night Eats the World� gets sold.

California legislators have begun the process of extending the California Film and Television production tax credit for five years beyond its 2020 expiration with bills introduced in the State Senate and Assembly.

The Senate Governance and Finance Committee approved Senate Bill 832 this week. The bill would maintain the annual allocation of credits at its current level of $330 million. The program, which allocates as much as 25% of the budget to credits, was expanded in 2015 to compete effectively with incentives in New York and Georgia.

The program is overseen by the California Film Commission, which selects the TV and movie projects to qualify partly based on the number of jobs created.

Film News Roundup: California Production Tax Credit Extension Moving Forward

  • 21 April 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

In today�s film news roundup, California legislators have started working on an extension of the production tax credit, Golden Lion winner Lorenzo Vigas is working on his next film and Tribeca zombie thriller �The Night Eats the World� gets sold.

California legislators have begun the process of extending the California Film and Television production tax credit for five years beyond its 2020 expiration with bills introduced in the State Senate and Assembly.

The Senate Governance and Finance Committee approved Senate Bill 832 this week. The bill would maintain the annual allocation of credits at its current level of $330 million. The program, which allocates as much as 25% of the budget to credits, was expanded in 2015 to compete effectively with incentives in New York and Georgia.

The program is overseen by the California Film Commission, which selects the TV and movie projects to qualify partly based on the number of jobs created.

On-Location Filming Rises 2.4% in Los Angeles for First Quarter

  • 18 April 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

Boosted by a surge in feature film activity, total on-location filming in greater Los Angeles increased an impressive 2.4% in the first quarter to 9,724 shoot days, permitting agency FilmL.A. reported Wednesday.

Feature film production jumped 11.7% to 814 days � its first double-digit gain since 2015. FilmL.A. President Paul Audley pointed to the state�s expanded tax credit program, which can cover up to 25% of a film�s budget.

�It is exciting to see increases in high job producing categories in film and television production,� Audley said. �The California Tax Credit program is sustaining the industry in our region and demonstrates how critical it is for a continuation of the program.�

Incentivized projects, including �Bird Box,� �Peppermint,� �The Devil Has a Name,� �Destroyer� and �Captain Marvel� contributed 20% or 161 of the shoot days in the feature category.

Captain Marvel� was one of seven films with budgets over $100 million that have been covered by the expanded program.

On-Location Filming Rises 2.4% in Los Angeles for First Quarter

  • 18 April 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

Boosted by a surge in feature film activity, total on-location filming in greater Los Angeles increased an impressive 2.4% in the first quarter to 9,724 shoot days, permitting agency FilmL.A. reported Wednesday.

Feature film production jumped 11.7% to 814 days � its first double-digit gain since 2015. FilmL.A. President Paul Audley pointed to the state�s expanded tax credit program, which can cover up to 25% of a film�s budget.

�It is exciting to see increases in high job producing categories in film and television production,� Audley said. �The California Tax Credit program is sustaining the industry in our region and demonstrates how critical it is for a continuation of the program.�

Incentivized projects, including �Bird Box,� �Peppermint,� �The Devil Has a Name,� �Destroyer� and �Captain Marvel� contributed 20% or 161 of the shoot days in the feature category.

�Captain Marvel� was one of seven films with budgets over $100 million that have been covered by the expanded program.

�Coming to America� Sequel, �Scarface,� �Ford v. Ferrari� to Receive California Production Tax Credit

  • 09 April 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

The California Film Commission has selected two relatively big-budget films � �Ford v. Ferrari� and �Coming 2 America� � as recipients of the state�s production tax credit.

The credit, which covers up to 25% of a film�s budget, was announced on Monday. The program was expanded in 2015 to include movies with total budgets exceeding $75 million, including �A Wrinkle in Time,� �Bumblebee,� �Call of the Wild,� and Quentin Tarantino�s �Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.�

Fox�s action-drama �Ford v. Ferrari� from James Mangold is on track to spend more than $78 million in California on qualified expenditures (defined as wages to below-the-line workers and payments for equipment/vendors). A total of 67 shooting days are planned in-state, with well over half in regions outside the Los Angeles 30-mile zone, including Kern, Orange, Santa Rosa, and San Bernardino counties. California will double for locales such as Florida, Michigan, England, and France.

Michael Mann Lines Up Next Feature, Ferrari Story ‘Go Like Hell’

  • 15 April 2015
  • by Brad Brevet
  • Rope Of Silicon

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�Ford v. Ferrari�: Cast, Plot, Release Date, Trailer, News

�Ford v. Ferrari� is an upcoming action drama movie based on a book by A.J. Baime titled �Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans�. The movie is being directed by James Mangold. Mangold is developing the movie along with screenwriters Jez and John-Henry Butterworth.

�Ford v. Ferrari� Cast:

The movie is expected to star Matt Damon as Carroll Shelby, Christian Bale as Ken Miles, Jon Bernthal as Lee Iacocca, Noah Jupe as Peter Miles, Caitriona Balfe as Mollie Miles, Paul Sparks as Leo Beebe, Sean Carrigan as Walt Hansgen, Emil Beheshti as Aeronutronics Chief Engineer, Darin Cooper as Sam and Guido Cocomello as Ludo Scarfiotti.

�Ford v. Ferrari� Release Date:

The movie is expected to release in the U.S. and U.K. on 28 June, 2019.

�Ford v. Ferrari� Plot:

The film follows an eccentric and a highly determined team of American engineers and designers, led by automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and his British driver, Ken Miles (Christian Bale), who are dispatched by Henry Ford II and Lee Iacocca with the mission of building from scratch an entirely new automobile with the potential to finally defeat the perennially dominant Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans World Championship in France. Caitriona Balfe will portray Miles� wife and Noah Jupe will play their son. Jon Bernthal has been in talks to portray Iacocca.

Fox previously had rights to the A.J. Baime book �Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans,� which focuses on similar subject matter. However, those rights have since moved to Legendary Entertainment, which is developing the book into a TV series. Mangold�s film will use different source material.

With Mangold�s previous record and his usage of a different material, there is a possibility that the movie might have drastic plot variations than the book from which the movie derives its cinematic inspiration. Also, with a TV show being also made on the same subject, the movie will invariably draw comparisons from the former.

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James Mangold Dismisses BOBA FETT Rumors as �Gossip�, Begins Shooting FORD V. FERRARI

While Lucasfilm scrambles to do damage control after the “rumor” leaked that all further Star Wars spin-off stories were put on hold following the BTS strife and BO disappointment with Solo (a leak they’ve denied up and down), certain talented individuals have taken to bullhorning their opinions in the digital streets regarding both the franchise’s future and fanbase.

One of the more vocal artists is James Mangold, who was supposedly going to be making a stand-alone Boba Fett movie (which many were, uh, slightly skeptical of). Just last week, the Logan visionary got into it on Twitter regarding the toxicity of SW fandom, saying:

At the point when work writing & directing big franchises has become the emotionally loaded equivalent of writing a new chapter of The Bible (w/ the probable danger of being stoned & called a blasphemer), then a lot of bolder minds r gonna leave these films 2 hacks & corp boards.

When the goofballs who take these sort of space wizard stories too seriously interjected, Mangold had some choice words for them:

If you feel that is the case, if u feel the film makers are just corporate tools and powerless, then why bitch at us? In the case of @rianjohnson and @chrismcquarrie, i assure you these cats are not �owned�. They actually fight your battles behind the scenes.

Mangold even eased off of his 360 windmill dunking mode to calmly explain (and even empathize) with some who were @’ing him (which in this day and age is an act of near Herculean grace):

The fervor of some attacks has an evangelical ferocity. Now, I get it cause for many folk, including me, the SW saga holds tremendous spiritual power, similar to a religious text. But we must remember to try to handle our disappointments the way Yoda might, as opposed to Darth.

However, Mangold’s brief civility was curbed when folks just wouldn’t get the point, as he shot this savage facial off on July 7th:

Look what I got from a self-proclaimed “lover of life“! Seriously Blackbird, chill. I’m making a period car racing movie w/ Christian Bale & Matt Damon. No Mandalorians involved. Stop reading so much gossip.

Oh, and in my opinion: children in cages = worst idea ever. https://t.co/e7zAa6GmCk

Now, when you take this tweet and combine it with Mangold’s previous assertion that “bolder minds” are essentially going to be chased off due to the overzealous (assuming he’s lumping himself in with that intellectual categorization), one wonders if his Boba Fett movie ever existed in the first place. While THR reported that he’d signed onto the Boba Fett picture, Mangold referring to his involvement as “gossip” seems to contradict that (unless he simply means the cancellation is hearsay, which would be a tough context to wring from these transmissions).

Either way, the “racing movie” Mangold’s referring to is Ford v. Ferrari, the true story of Henry Ford II taking on perennial Le Mans champion Enzo Ferrari, by building an entirely new automobile to challenge the favorite. Ford v. Ferrari stars Matt Damon and Christian Bale – not to mention Jon Bernthal – and is the director’s first movie since Logan. In a separate tweet, Mangold confirmed that filming is now commencing on the project:

Hell yes, now we just need Michael Mann to finally get his own Ferrari biopic (with Hugh Jackman, no less) rolling so that we have dueling period race car movies. As for Star Wars, we’ll just have to see what the hell shakes out, as Episode IX could be a real make or break proposition for Disney/LF, regardless of Mangold’s involvement.

To be continued.

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