DAILY BRIEF: Mar 25, 2020


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    Softbank Looking to Cut Alibaba, Sprint Share Stakes (Report)

    Softbank, the giant Japanese investment group that has made huge bets on the sharing economy, is looking to cut its stake in Alibaba, according to reports. And possibly in Sprint too. Variety

  • 2

    Will Movie Theaters Fill Up Again After COVID-19?

    How and where consumers watch movies has been undergoing a significant transformation of late. Forbes

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    Coping With COVID-19 Crisis: ‘I Will Make You Mine’s Lynn Chen Talks How SXSW Cancellation Affected Romantic Comedy Trilogy

    Lynn Chen has been seen on numerous TV series including ‘Silicon Valley,’ ‘The Affair’ and ‘Shameless,’ and starred in ‘Nice Girls Crew’ from Sundance winner Tanuj Chopra. Chen knew she had to return to reprise her role, but sitting in the director’s chair was new territory for her. Deadline

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    Taiwan Film ‘More Than Blue’ Heads for Series Adaptation

    “More than Blue,” the Taiwanese romantic film that was a surprise hit in China and across Asia, is to be adapted as a TV series. Singapore’s mm2 is producing in association with Taiwan’s Goodfilm Workshop. Variety

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    Chinese City Wuhan, Original Epicenter Of COVID-19, To End Quarantine

    Wuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged back in December, will have its quarantine lifted within two weeks. Deadline