SEAGAL LICKS HIS 'WOUNDS'
- Seagal drops `Secret Smile' into October. Toumarkine, Doris // Hollywood Reporter;6/20/95, Vol. 337 Issue 38, p3
Reports that Warner Brothers has approved motion picture actor Steven Seagal's `Secret Smile' to begin shooting October 1, 1995. Production crew.
- Steven Seagal Wants to Launch a Russian Production Company. Kozlov, Vladimir // Hollywood Reporter;9/24/2015, p30
The article reports that actor Steven Seagal is considering launching a production company in Russia and is looking for Russian partners for a joint venture in producing movies.
- Steamed up. O'Donnell, Paul; Kantrowitz, Barbara // Newsweek;9/5/1994, Vol. 124 Issue 10, p6
Comments on the 40 fires started by sparks from a train being used by a film crew for a Steven Seagal movie, `Under Siege II,' in the Colorado mountains. Warner Brothers blamed faulty equipment but local officials will bill the film company $40,000.
- ACTION TIME Untitled. // Variety;8/18/2003, Vol. 392 Issue 1, p8
Highlights the activities and array of deals signed by actor Steven Seagal in the television and film industry for 2003.
- DE-DEATHMATCH. // Film Comment;May/Jun2009, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p10
The article reports that the film "Weapon," which was to be the first collaboration between action superstars Steven Seagal and Jean-Claude Van Damme, will no longer be made. The project, which was written by Aaron Rahsaan, would have featured Van Damme and Seagal as rival assassins forced to...
- Starship Troopers 3. // Daily Variety;10/10/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 7, pA4
The article reviews the film "Starship Troopers 3," starring Steven Seagal and Wesley Snipes.
- Above the Law (Film). // Canadian Dimension;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p63
Reviews the motion picture "Above the Law," starring Steven Seagal and directed by Andrew Davis.
- WB leader in Slovakia. Meils, Cathy // Daily Variety;2/25/2002, Vol. 274 Issue 61, p18
Reports the performance of Warner Bros. (WB) in the movie industry in Czech Republic. Top grosser movies produced by WB; Citation on the number of admissions garnered by each movie; Allocation on the financial success of the movies.
- WB eyes more Gallic pix. Williams, Michael // Variety;05/17/99, Vol. 375 Issue 1, p28
Discusses the initiatives of United States studio Warner Brothers to bolster the its involvement in French film production. Plan of Warner's French film topper Francis Boespflug to set up an inhouse production team to develop Gallic pictures; Co-production of Cedric Klapisch's `Maybe' with...