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on Dec 1, 2008

A few weeks ago we blogged about Killer Film’s 50% equity sale to venture capital fund GC Corp., a deal that will see Killer developing and producing larger-budgeted properties. Today, Jones reports on one such project.

From Variety:

GC Corp. has bought rights to Israeli TV series “Danny Hollywood,” assigning it to the venture capital fund’s production unit, Killer Films.

Story follows three time-traveling journalists investigating the mysterious death of a pop star. Killer will reset the skein in 1960s America.

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