Author Archives: Jeff Sneider
Sony’s Animated Spider-Man movie will do box office battle with WB’s Aquaman in December 2018 — for now.
Written and directed by George C. Wolfe, the telepic boasts an impressive supporting cast that includes Courtney B. Vance, Reg E. Cathey, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Melvin Van Peebles.
Dan Stevens has been making a name for himself with his turn as superhero David Haller on Legion, while Pete Holmes has been hilarious on Crashing.
It’s unclear whether Warner Bros. is hiring Zak Penn to write a treatment or opening a writers room, but the studio wants Michael B. Jordan to star. Sorry, Keanu!
The streaming service has a busy year ahead as it prepares to release Brad Pitt’s War Machine, Will Smith’s Bright and Jake Gyllenhaal’s Okja.
James Cameron is prepared to spend the next eight years of his life making four Avatar sequels, but what is the point in announcing release dates that filmmakers can’t make?
Does it seem like Ryan Murphy is coming out with a new show all the time? Well he is and Neil Turitz thinks that his interest in creating an increased number of shorter series is the brilliance behind his success.
Described as The Hunger Games meets The Purge, Newell’s manuscript tells the story of what happens when all the parents of a remote island community begin to murder their children for no apparent reason, and the 17-year old girl who must fight to save her younger brothers from the people who are supposed to love and protect them.
3 Arts Entertainment will produce the adaptation of the nonfiction book, which will chronicle the pursuit of the elusive Mexican drug cartel leader known as El Chapo.
It’s 2022. Billionaire ideologue Jefferson Davis Killgore is serving his second term as POTUS, and “The Payback” is the the biggest show on TV — where Killgore and his friends hunt criminals like big game. Win “The Payback,” win your freedom; lose, and be executed in front of an audience of millions. No one’s ever won… yet.
When an award-winning coach discovers members of his new football team have sexually abused some of their teammates, he cuts them loose, but when he does, the town rebels against him.
Keep your eye out for documentaries about fashion superstar Zac Posen, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten, as well as the world premiere of James Ponsoldt’s The Circle, starring Tom Hanks and Emma Watson.
Sony has released a red-band trailer that hints at a more commercial, gender-swapped take on Peter Berg’s Very Bad Things, but with Miami filling in for Las Vegas.
The decision should come as music to Hollywood’s ears, as Paramount had not been making as many movies as usual under outgoing CEO Brad Grey. By hiring the tag-team of Gianopulos and De Luca, it’s a signal that Paramount is ready to start making movies again.