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September 20, 1994 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After weeks of speculation about how they planned to finance their new film production company, producers Michael Douglas and Steve Reuther said Monday that their ambitious 12-picture, four-year deal will be backed by German entertainment tycoon Bodo Scriba. In an interview at their new offices on the Paramount Pictures lot, the two added that Douglas has committed to star in three of the 12 films, with budgets averaging $35 million to $40 million.
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September 20, 1994 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After weeks of speculation about how they planned to finance their new film production company, producers Michael Douglas and Steve Reuther said Monday that their ambitious 12-picture, four-year deal will be backed by German entertainment tycoon Bodo Scriba. In an interview at their new offices on the Paramount Pictures lot, the two added that Douglas has committed to star in three of the 12 films, with budgets averaging $35 million to $40 million.
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February 24, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Milchan Gets New Backer: Australian businessman and media owner Kerry Packer has agreed to become a major shareholder and investor in Arnon Milchan's Regency Enterprises through Nine Network Australia Ltd., his Australian television company. Packer replaces German media tycoon Bodo Scriba at Regency, though Scriba will continue to co-produce all Regency productions and distribute all Regency products in Germany.
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October 11, 1991 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Shattered" (selected theaters) takes us into the perplexed mind of a partial amnesiac (Tom Berenger), who in the wake of a near-fatal car crash can tell you the name of the San Francisco landmark building in which he works but has no personal memories whatsoever. This sleek, high-style suspense thriller, directed by Wolfgang Petersen with terrific energy, visual panache and a dry wit, presents those closest to Berenger with the opportunity to re-create him to suit their own purposes.
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February 28, 1992 | ELAINE DUTKA and ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In the controversial film "JFK," an Academy Award nominee for best picture, director Oliver Stone explores the shadowy machinations of a burgeoning military-industrial complex. It is a world with which the picture's executive producer, a jet-setting Israeli businessman named Arnon Milchan, has more than a passing acquaintance.
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