Author Archives: Jeff Sneider
Disney also removed Anna Kendrick’s fantasy comedy Noelle from its release calendar. It had been planned for a holiday release on Nov. 8, 2019, but it’s now expected to debut on Disney’s forthcoming streaming service.
Robert Downey Jr. may take credit for this decision on Twitter, but this is such a smart idea that it surely must’ve come from Shuri (Letitia Wright), the breakout star of Black Panther.
Written by Kenny Kyle, the script follows Daulerio’s meteoric rise from obscure sports blogger to the EIC of Gawker during the wild, heady early days of the digital journalism boom.
Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale) directed the thought-provoking indie movie, which won a Special Jury Prize last month at Sundance, where it premiered in competition.
Her fantasy-romance manuscript Beautifully Damned is described as a cross between Twilight and True Blood. The YA story follows two immortal beings who are living as teenagers as they fight to find each other while struggling against the systematic persecution of humans with magical powers.
TheWrap’s ace scooper Umberto Gonzalez joins Jeff Sneider and Simon Thompson to discuss Disney’s Pinocchio, as well as Paramount’s Dungeons & Dragons movie and its impact on the DCEU.
Tunnecliffe, who hails from Australia, first made a splash stateside with her original screenplay The Grow House, which earned her a spot in the Top 75 of the 2016 Launch Pad Feature Competition.
As T’Challa’s brainiac sister and his rival-turned-ally, these two actors practically steal the movie from their more famous co-stars. Get to know them beyond their characters, who are both slated to return in Avengers: Infinity War.
The guys also discuss the new directors on the Call of Duty movie and WB’s new Willy Wonka movie, as well as the absurdity of comparing The Cloverfield Paradox to fellow Netflix movie Bright.