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* HULU launches Wednesday. * LIONSGATE adds iPod digital copies to DVDs. * DISNEY expects $1 billion in online revenue this year. * AFTRA nears contract for daytime serials and talk shows. * PLUS: News Corp on Yahoo and more. Read more at *******www.ShellyPalmer****
11 Mar 2008
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*******www.beet.tv/2009/07/lionsgate-realizing-95-margins-on-profitable-digital-business.html HOLLYWOOD, Calif -- Whoever said digital media wasn't profitable wasn't talking to Lionsgate's Curt Marvis. The president of digital media told Beet.TV that the company's digital business is realizing 95% profit margins across new media venues like iTunes, Amazon, CinemaNow, Hulu and YouTube. Daisy Whitney, Senior Producer
31 Jul 2009
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
18 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
18 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018. When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”
19 Apr 2018
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