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November 8, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Interscope Executives Sign Paramount Deal: Robert W. Cort, president of producer Interscope, and David Madden, a partner there, are forming Cort-Madden Co. to develop and produce films for Paramount Pictures. The two will set up shop at the studio lot in January.
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November 17, 2009
Torture suit: An Oct. 28 article in Section A about the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals voting to rehear en banc the extraordinary-rendition case of Mohamed vs. Jeppesen DataPlan Inc. said that the published order "was unusual in its naming of judges who didn't take part in the vote, including Jay S. Bybee, the former Bush administration lawyer who wrote so-called torture memos." In fact, though judges recuse themselves in only a small fraction of such votes, they are always identified, said David Madden, assistant circuit executive.
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NEWS
November 17, 2009
Torture suit: An Oct. 28 article in Section A about the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals voting to rehear en banc the extraordinary-rendition case of Mohamed vs. Jeppesen DataPlan Inc. said that the published order "was unusual in its naming of judges who didn't take part in the vote, including Jay S. Bybee, the former Bush administration lawyer who wrote so-called torture memos." In fact, though judges recuse themselves in only a small fraction of such votes, they are always identified, said David Madden, assistant circuit executive.
BUSINESS
November 8, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Interscope Executives Sign Paramount Deal: Robert W. Cort, president of producer Interscope, and David Madden, a partner there, are forming Cort-Madden Co. to develop and produce films for Paramount Pictures. The two will set up shop at the studio lot in January.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 1989 | David Pecchia
Eve of Destruction (Interscope/Nelson). Shooting in New York and Los Angeles. Gregory Hines and Renee Soutendijk star in this sci-fi thriller concerning a scientist who develops a powerful robot in her own image. The project ultimately goes awry and the creator must stop her creation from killing innocent thousands. Producer David Madden. Director Duncan Gibbins. Screenwriters Yale Udoff and Gibbins. Distributor Orion. Twisted Justice (Hero). Shooting in S. California.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 27, 1992 | Jane Galbraith
The usual ambition for a Hollywood producer flush with success for making a sleeper hit like "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" would be to move up the ranks with a more prestigious project the next time. An all-star cast. A bigger budget. A deal that includes a percentage of the box-office grosses. But not David Madden, who has just acquired one of the longest monikers in filmdom; writer-director-producer-studio executive.
HEALTH
October 13, 2003 | Dianne Partie Lange
Chronically high blood pressure can cause a decline in some mental processes, but it doesn't appear to accelerate the deficits that come with natural aging. Researchers at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C., divided 96 volunteers into two groups: 48 had either high-normal blood pressure (called prehypertension) or high blood pressure, and 48 had normal blood pressure.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 20, 1995 | DAVID KRONKE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Separate Lives" is the direct-to-video version of "Never Talk to Strangers," which itself staked out the lowest-common-denominator audience. Both movies concern imperiled psychiatrists who themselves are borderline bonkers; both have private investigators getting romantic with their subjects; both have the same banal revelation at their finales.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 27, 1992 | Jane Galbraith
The usual ambition for a Hollywood producer flush with success for making a sleeper hit like "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" would be to move up the ranks with a more prestigious project the next time. An all-star cast. A bigger budget. A deal that includes a percentage of the box-office grosses. But not David Madden, who has just acquired one of the longest monikers in filmdom; writer-director-producer-studio executive.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 1989 | David Pecchia
Eve of Destruction (Interscope/Nelson). Shooting in New York and Los Angeles. Gregory Hines and Renee Soutendijk star in this sci-fi thriller concerning a scientist who develops a powerful robot in her own image. The project ultimately goes awry and the creator must stop her creation from killing innocent thousands. Producer David Madden. Director Duncan Gibbins. Screenwriters Yale Udoff and Gibbins. Distributor Orion. Twisted Justice (Hero). Shooting in S. California.
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