101 Studios, the production company behind 'Yellowstone,' announces a new partnership: more information
Hollywood is in the midst of some major changes:
The producers of the Kevin Costner starrer Yellowstone, 101 Studios, have established a first look relationship with PZAJ
an up-and-coming film and television production firm. The deal was revealed today.
An adaptation of Bill Plaschke's best-selling book, Paradise Found, is among the first projects to come out of this relationship.
The narrative of the football club from Paradise, California, which rose from the ashes after its town was destroyed by fires and inspired the nation with its tenacity and determination, is an uplifting one.
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According to a press statement obtained by Us, 101 Studios and PZAJ will work up to develop a documentary feature after the investigation into the horrific wrongdoing and corruption of FIFA's executive team and members by the late journalist Andrew Jennings.
Everything You Need to Know About '1883: The Bass Reeves Story,' Yellowstone's New Spinoff SeriesThe kind of projects that PZAJ is committed to participating in are exemplified by stories like these.
"PZAJ CEO Phillip Glasser said in a statement, "We look forward to not only developing, but also providing our skills in development, production, finance and marketing."