A planned Hollywood movie about disgraced 1970s CE king "Crazy" Eddie Antar has apparently fallen apart over a rights fee issue.
The notorious 1970s electronics chain Crazy Eddie- which went out of business after its eponymous founder went to prison- is being brought back to life by new investors.
One of the most notorious figures in the history of the CE industry is heading to the big screen. A group of filmmakers led by Danny DeVito have announced plans to produce a biopic of retailer Eddie Antar, who founded the "Crazy Eddie" chain and later went to prison.
Theater Xtreme Entertainment Group, the firm that designs and installs “real movie theaters” for homes, announced Tuesday that it will open a store in Alpharetta, Ga., near Atlanta. The move marks the company’s first foray into the Atlanta market, its 25th location, and its 10th franchise. The new store is expected to open by December. The company approved a franchise for the Atlanta-based entertainment company Badkhan Entertainment Group, which will own and operate the new store. Badkhan’s head, Kurt Lewis, is a graduate of the THX(R) training program at George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch, and was previously known for installing home theaters for