Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti acknowledge that lots of people have called them crazy before, but this one seems to take the cake. The two will be the new studio heads of Relativity Media, which is currently going through bankruptcy proceedings. Ryan Kavanaugh's company has acquired Spacey and Brunetti's Trigger Street Productions, which is known for high quality films like Captain Phillips and The Social Network. The duo claim they'll bring the same kind of quality to Relativity, which at this point has not been particularly well-regarded. The whole affair feels like a plot twist from House of Cards, Kevin Spacey's Netflix show he'll continue to work on as he takes on this new role of studio head.
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