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While Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb first begin performing together in the late 1950s, much of their popularity comes after they write songs for the 1977 film "Saturday Night Fever" that prolongs the popularity of disco and leads to one of the top selling albums ever. The trio's worldwide sales of over 220 million records established them as one of the biggest selling groups of all time.
Biopic of automotive king Enzo Ferrari. The movie will follow the rise of the Ferrari as a luxury vehicle in the 1950s.
The story of Rose Marie “Rosemary” Kennedy, the first-born daughter to Rose Fitzgerald and Joseph Kennedy Sr. After displaying behavioral problems that caused her to fall behind the achievements of her siblings due to a mental disability that was long kept secret, Joseph Kennedy arranged one of the first prefrontal lobotomies for her when she was 23. The procedure was botched and left her permanently incapacitated.
Lindsay Lohan will star in "Inferno", an independent film about 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace, who shot to fame with the 1972 movie "Deep Throat". Bill Pullman will portray Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner in the period drama.
Location: US - Louisiana
Story of notorious Depression-era criminal duo and lovers, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
During World War II, Australian Nancy Wake, nicknamed "The White Mouse," works with the French Resistance to save downed Allied airmen in France and later becomes Australia's most decorated servicewoman.
A biopic of Francisco "Pipin" Ferreras and his wife, Audrey Mestre, two world record setters in the sport of "freediving"—diving as deep as possible on one breath and without any scuba equipment. Mestre died in 2002 while trying to break her record of 557.7 feet.
The story will center on Ferruccio Lamborghini's life and work, from manufacturing tractors to creating military vehicles during World War II and then on to designing and building the Lamborghini cars that ultimately defined his legacy.
Greg Louganis starts taking dance, acrobatics and gymnastics classes at 18 months, after witnessing his sister's classes and attempting to join in. By the age of three, he is practicing daily and is competing and giving public performances. He also takes up trampolining, and at the age of nine begins diving lessons after the family gets a swimming pool. Later, he goes on to win Olympic Gold Medals. Six months before the 1988 Olympics, Louganis is diagnosed with HIV but it's not until years later that he comes out as being gay.
The movie chronicles late Motown legend Marvin Gaye's self-imposed exile in Europe after years of battling drugs, domestic issues and label headaches. There, he was rescued by a promoter who helped Gaye record his biggest-selling album, "Midnight Love," which yielded the monster comeback hit, "Sexual Healing." Gaye's life was cut short the day before his 45th birthday in 1984, when his father killed him.
Story of the landmark Signal Hill police brutality case in 1981 with Anthony Mackie playing attorney Johnnie Cochran.
The story of rookie Canadian journalist Bahadur, who in 2008 formed a plan to embed himself among the pirates of Somalia. He ultimately succeeded in providing the first close-up look into who these men are, how they live, and the forces that drive them.
Follows "Wind in the Willows" author Kenneth Grahame, Elsie, and their young son Alastair, who struggled with health problems, many of which could not be properly treated at the time. The family’s troubles are eased by the “Wind in the Willows” and its success.
During a period when he is poised to become folk music's most seminal figure, young Bob Dylan embraces rock ‘n’ roll and trades his acoustic guitar for an amp and an electric guitar, and it creates a huge outcry. And it cements the status of rock music.
Former NASA programmer John McAfee develops the first commercial anti-virus program which is eventually acquired by Intel in 2010 for $7.68 billion. McAfee's personal fortune takes a significant hit in the wake of the financial crisis, forcing him to sell almost everything he owns. While leaving in Belize, Belizean authorities seek him out to question him about the murder of American expatriate and neighbor Gregory Viant Faull in Orange Walk Town. McAfee seeks political asylum in Guatemala, but his plea is denied and he is designated for deportation after allegedly entering the country illegally. While at a detention center, McAfee fakes a heart attack in order to give his attorney time to file a series of appeals that prevents his deportation to Belize, and on December 12, 2012, he was deported to the United States.