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Shaye, Lynne form Unique with three-year Warner Bros deal

Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne haven't completely left the Warner Bros fold. Months after New Line Cinema was absorbed into the parent company, the entrepreneurs have resurfaced with Unique Features and have secured a three-year first-look deal at the studio.The Los Angeles and New York-based company aims to produce two to three pictures a year across a range of genres and budget. Warner Bros will handle domestic and international marketing and distribution for all the titles ...

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