Grego, Melissa
January 2002
Daily Variety;1/9/2002, Vol. 274 Issue 27, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the production by Icon Productions of Home Box Office's next big-budget miniseries, 10-part 'Alexander the Great,' which is aimed at a 2004 debut on the pay cabler. Estimated budget; Basis for the project; Co-executive producers; Locations for the mini-series.


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