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Amazon Cancels Two Female-Centric Shows To Find Its “Game of Thrones”

Amazon Studios pulled the plug on two shows that are now more culturally relevant than ever. Did they just create a PR opportunity for Netflix? Amazon announced this week that it would be cancelling three of its shows, signaling a problem that’s deeper than having to find a new favorite to binge. Read Full Story

Amazon Studios Only Wants to Make Blockbusters Now

Back in 2014, this site ran an in-depth piece about how the current Hollywood paradigm of “$200 million franchise play” or “$2 million indie movie” had led to a dearth of mid-budget movies for adults, and had left the filmmakers responsible for movies like that (people like Spike Lee, Jim Jarmsuch, and Terry Gilliam) out […]

10 Shows to Watch If You're Swooning Over The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is Amazon Studios's latest TV hit - and for good reason. It stars Rachel Brosnahan in a breakout role as Midge, an Upper West Side housewife whose husband cheats on her, which inadvertently launches her stand-up comedy career... Show More Summary

Amazon Isn’t Going to Buy Your Cute Little Rom-Com Anymore

Don’t count on Amazon to drop money on your next adorable little indie rom-dram (or, as has been the case, devastatingly sad little indie). The studio is reportedly switching up its movie strategy, following the resignation of former Amazon Studios head Roy Price. (Price left the company in October, amid ... More »

Amazon is Reportedly Cutting Back on Indie Films

The access battle between the proletarian streaming platforms and exclusive film festivals has raged on since Netflix was booed at Cannes last year, but Amazon Studios has always managed to walk the line. The company would offer theShow More Summary

WATCH: Joaquin Phoenix Leads Poignant ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’

Amazon Studios’ latest film outing, “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot,” has released a first trailer. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara, and Jack Black, the dark comedy about a wheelchair-bound artist will be released in select theaters May 11. Show More Summary

Amazon Studios’ Jason Ropell Debunks Report Of Abandoning Indendent Film Space: Sundance

In what will come as a relief to sellers arriving here at Sundance, Amazon Studios’ Worldwide Film Head Jason Ropell is debunking a Reuters report this morning that the company is essentially bailing on the indie film space. Such a development...Show More Summary

Amazon Cancels Three TV Series

Amazon pulled the plug on three of its original series as the streamer moves aggressively to distance itself from the original-programming strategy favored by ousted Amazon Studios President Roy Price, Variety reports. The company canceled “I Love Dick,” “One Mississippi”...

Save “One Mississippi”: Amazon’s cancellation spree has fans and critics aghast

Amazon Studios went on a somewhat unexpected cancellation spree this week, and among the casualties was One Mississippi, the acclaimed comedy series by Tig Notaro and Diablo Cody. The move has fans and a number of top-teir TV critics voicing their disappointment and sparking the hashtag #SaveOneMississippi on Twitter. Show More Summary

Amazon Studios Cancels ‘One Mississippi,’ ‘I Love Dick,’ and ‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’

Three comedies have gotten the axe from Amazon Studios. On the heels of the renewal of superhero comedy The Tick, the streaming service has cancelled three other shows, One Mississippi, I Love Dick and Jean-Claude Van Johnson. Amazon...Show More Summary

Amazon Studios is pivoting from indie films to blockbusters

The film production and acquisition arm of Amazon is shifting its sights from art-house films to films with a larger commercial appeal, reports Reuters. Amazon reportedly was only going after arthouse films in the past because it wanted high-brow movies that would win awards so it could attract A-list Hollywood talent for its original productions. Show More Summary

Amazon Studios Cancels One Mississippi, I Love Dick and Jean Claude Van Johnson

Earlier today, they renewed The Tick for season 2 The post Amazon Studios Cancels One Mississippi, I Love Dick and Jean Claude Van Johnson appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Amazon Cancels I Love Dick, One Mississippi, Jean-Claude Van Johnson

Amazon Studios became a bit of a bloodbath this afternoon when the streaming service gave the axe to three original series. I Love Dick, One Mississippi and Jean-Claude Van Johnsonhave all been canceled. Both I Love Dick and Jean-Claude...Show More Summary

‘The Tick’ Season 2 Ordered By Amazon Studios

Attention, citizens: The Tick has officially been renewed for a second season. The half-hour comic book comedy series starring Peter Serafinowicz as the oblivious titular blue-suited superhero who may or may not be a figment of mild-mannered accountant Arthur Everest’s (Griffin Newman) imagination has been greenlit for its season 2 by Amazon Studios. Show More Summary

Amazon Has Greenlit A Second Season For The Tick

Hello, Citizens! Hopefully most of us have taken the time to enjoy the first half of the first season of Amazon Studio’s The Tick. The series stars Peter Serafinowicz as The Tick and Griffin Newman as Arthur. The second half of the season will be released on February 23rd, 2018 which will have the remaining […]

Amazon Sets Summer Release For Sundance Opening Night Film ‘Generation Wealth’

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios will be releasing Lauren Greenfield’s documentary Generation Wealth in theaters on July 20. The pic makes its world premiere tomorrow night, Thursday Jan. 18 in the Doc Premieres section at the Sundance Film...Show More Summary

Joaquin Phoenix Transforms Into the Late John Callahan in Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot

Is it just us or is Joaquin Phoenix in everything lately? In the first look at Amazon Studios's Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot, the actor portrays late cartoonist John Callahan, who became a quadriplegic at the age of 21 as the result of a car accident. Show More Summary

Jonah Hill Is an AA Sponsor in ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’

Two-time Oscar nominee Gus Van Sant has teamed up with Amazon Studios for a new original picture, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot. Based on a true story, and adapted from John Callahan’s autobiography, the film centers around an alcoholic who nearly loses his life in a tragic car accident. Joaquin Phoenix in […]

First Trailer for Gus Van Sant's 'Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot'

"This doesn't just go away... You have to fight with it, or you die." Amazon Studios has debuted the very first teaser trailer for Gus Van Sant's latest film, titled Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot, which is premiering at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival starting this week. Show More Summary

‘Catastrophe’s Sharon Horgan Inks Overall Deal With Amazon Studios

Amazon Studios has signed an overall deal with a creative force behind another one of its popular comedy series, Catastrophe co-creator and star Sharon Horgan. In addition to the overall deal for Horgan, Amazon Studios has signed a first-look deal with Horgan and and Clelia Mountford's UK-based Merman. Show More Summary

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