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Innovative Style: The 2020 Marina del Rey Film Festival Streams on ShortsDaily Rising Los Angeles Based Independent Film Festival Streamed on Roku Channel

2020 Marina del Rey Film Festival held on ShortsDaily Roku Channel interactive experiences on Zoom and Facebook.

Innovative Style: The 2020 Marina del Rey Film Festival Streams on ShortsDaily Rising Los Angeles Based Independent Film Festival Streamed on Roku Channel

Marina del Rey, CA, October 30, 2020 –(PR.com)– Talk about utilizing technology, and now celebrating its ninth year, the Marina del Rey Film Festival, which aired this month on the “ShortsDaily” Roku Channel was the first of its kind virtual event from the organizers who developed the concept in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ShortsDaily Roku Channel was primarily created to bring Independent Short films to everyone in the US. “We had to think outside of the box and re-create the festival experience without use of the theatres we brought the festival to the ShortsDaily channel on Roku. We are excited to be working with the ShortsDaily Channel and Roku to bring independent filmmakers new quality interacitive experience,” said Jon Gursha, Festival Director. The festival event featured more than 300 short

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‘Ginger Snaps’ TV Series Based on Cult Horror Films in the Works

A TV series based on the cult horror films “Ginger Snaps” is in the works from the producers behind AMC’s hit series “Killing Eve.”

The trilogy of “Ginger Snaps” movies, released in the early 2000s, follows a pair of teenage sisters obsessed with death and the occult. The darkly comedic horror films starred Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle as Brigitte and Ginger Fitzgerald, the latter of whom gets bitten by a vicious creature and turns into a werewolf. Brigitte must fend off this new, violent version of her sister and stop her from wreaking havoc on their town.

The films failed to be major successes at the box office, but have gone on to garner a cult status and win indie acclaim.

Sid Gentle Films, a production company behind “Killing Eve,” is working with Copperheart Entertainment, producers on the original “Ginger Snaps” films, on the TV adaptation. John Fawcett, who

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Michael B. Jordan To Produce ‘Static Shock’ Movie Based On DC Comics Character

Michael B. Jordan is taking his talents to the DC Comics universe. The actor is joining Warner Bros. and DC Comics Static Shock as a producer. 

The Hollywood Reporter announced Friday (October 16) that Jordan would join filmmaker Reginald Hudlin on the project. Jordan is slated to produce the film under his Warners-based moniker, Outlier Society.

 “I’m proud to be a part of building a new universe centered around black superheroes; our community deserves that,” Jordan tells THR. 

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“Outlier Society is committed to bringing to life diverse comic book content across all platforms and we are excited to partner with Reggie and Warner Bros on this initial step,” he continued in his statement. 

Static first appeared in 1993’s Static no. 1 through Milestone Comics, a now-defunct company founded by Black writers and artists to help ensure that comics

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Michael B. Jordan to Produce Static Shock Movie Based on DC Comics Character



a statue of Michael B. Jordan in a suit and tie: Aaron J. Thornton/FilmMagic; Everett Collection


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Michael B. Jordan is heading back into the comic universe.

The actor, 33, is set to produce Warner Bros. and DC Comic’s film Static Shock, based on the DC and Milestone Comics character Static, The Hollywood Reporter first announced on Friday.

The star, who starred as Johnny Storm/Human Torch in 2015’s Fantastic Four, will join filmmaker Reginald Hudlin on the project.

“I’m proud to be a part of building a new universe centered around black superheroes; our community deserves that,” Jordan told THR. “I’m proud to be a part of building a new universe centered around Black superheroes; our community deserves that.”



a statue of Michael B. Jordan in a suit and tie: The project was first floated during the DC FanDome event in August


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The project was first floated during the DC FanDome event in August

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Static first became

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