Ryan Gosling and Apple Original Films executive Jessie Henderson have launched the production company General Admission.

The company has already signed a three-year first-look film deal with Amazon MGM Studios which will have a first look on narrative features, some of which Gosling will star in, that General Admission intends to produce for both theatrical and streaming.

The objective of the company is to collaborate with world class filmmakers on “bold theatrical and streaming events” within all genres.

Meanwhile, Warner Bros. Pictures has signed a multi-year feature film deal with actor Timothée Chalamet to collaborate on future projects as a star and producer.

Chalamet recently led back-to-back box office hits for the studio with “Wonka” at $632 million globally and the more recent “Dune: Part Two” which is at $575 million globally and still going.

As part of the first-look agreement, Chalamet can make movies elsewhere, but Warner Bros. will get first dibs on backing his potential projects.

Source: Variety

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