Fleming, Michael
November 2009
Daily Variety;11/2/2009, Vol. 305 Issue 21, p1
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The article reports that Red Om Films, the production company of Julia Roberts, has acquired screen rights to the upcoming nonfiction book "In the Neighborhood," by Peter Lovenheim. It notes that the deal serves as the fifth property Red Om has set up through its pact with Reliance Big Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. It notes that Roberts will produce for Red Om along with Philip Rose and Lisa Gillan. It also cites the projects set by Reliance Big for Roberts including "My Mother the Cheerleader."


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