Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
There’s no word on any casting yet for Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Lurch or Uncle Fester yet, as MGM is waiting to close its deal with Isaac first before moving on to the rest of the family.
Ed Brubaker’s gritty comic follows a depressed college student who tries to kill himself, only to be given a new lease on life by a demon who tells him he must kill one person each month if he wants to continue living. The young man figures if he’s forced to kill to survive, he might as well take out some bad people.
Produced with the help of Kickstarter contributions, Simon Stålenhag’s illustrated novel is described as a bold, apocalyptic vision of the American West.
Wolfhard has been on a major hot streak, starting with his breakout role in Netflix’s Stranger Things. Wolfhard followed that up by starring in New Line’s adaptation of Stephen King’s It.
Tiffany Haddish has appeared in Keanu, The Carmichael Show, before her big break in this summer’s Girls Trip
The film follows a hitman whose assignment goes askew when the target is someone unexpected.
If a deal is made this will serve as a reunion for Harrelson and filmmaker Ruben Fleischer who worked together on the 2009 comedy Zombieland.
TriStar Pictures has the distribution rights to the adaptation of Hannah Kent’s 2013 novel about the execution of an Icelandic woman in the 19th Century.
There are two possible scripts being developed, each based on a different one of R.L. Stine’s books in the popular series, but only one of them would star Jack Black as Stine.
Written by Anna Klassen, When Lightning Strikes chronicles the true story of 25-year-old Joanne Rowling as she weathers first loves, unexpected pregnancies, lost jobs, and depression on her journey to create Harry Potter.
Written by Nicholas Jacobson-Larson and Dalton Leeb, the script is based on the confusing, sometimes offensive, borderline-insane memories of Prowse, the irascible Englishman behind Darth Vader’s mask.
In The Prospect, written by Ben Epstein (Netflix’s You Get Me), Michael Jordan uses a year as a baseball prospect to find himself after his father’s death.
The Ben Jacoby-scripted drama is being fast-tracked by former WB exec. Greg Silverman with juicy roles including someone to play a young Dan Rather.
Norton Juster’s 1961 children’s book, illustrated by Jules Pfeiffer, is considered a beloved classic. Shakman is best known for his television work on Game of Thrones and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
It’s based on the true story of the Isabel Gardner Museum Heist in Boston, which is the single biggest property crime in the history of the United States.
The story follows two overachieving “good girls” who decide to experience all they’ve missed out on in one crazy, unforgettable night prior to their high school graduation.
David Gordon Green is directing from a script he co-wrote with Danny McBride, and Blumhouse is among the producers of the film, which will star Jamie Lee Curtis and Judy Greer.
The Eddie the Eagle filmmaker replaces Bryan Singer, who was fired earlier this week following several unexcused absences from the set and creative clashes with star Rami Malek.
Rob Letterman (Goosebumps) is directing the film, which will co-star Justice Smith (The Get Down) and Kathryn Newton (Big Little Lies).
The Into the Woods filmmaker is the top choice to direct the upcoming live action film.
In this family holiday musical, a cobblestone world comes to life in this tale of an embattled toymaker, his precocious granddaughter, and a magical invention that could change their lives forever — if they can get it to work in time for the holidays.
The film will examine Patty’s relationship with SLA leader Cinque, aka Donald DeFreeze, and it should be another juicy role for Fanning, who will be coming off of Woody Allen’s new movie.
Moviegoers may not be too familiar with Claire Foy, Sylvia Hoeks, Claes Bang and Cameron Britton, but that could prove to benefit this film in the long run.
Oscar-nominated actor Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea) plays the title character in the film, which is written and directed by his father, Peter Hedges.
Originally, Ben Affleck was in talks to direct the Afghanistan War movie, but Sony has gone with the director of the 2017 sci-fi thriller Life instead.
Capsule follows a lonely astronaut who is marooned on his ship billions of miles from Earth. On the verge of starvation, he reprograms the computer AI system to digitally look and sound like a beautiful woman who soon becomes his only companion — until a rescue team shows up with questionable intentions.
The film is set during the recording of the 1984 song “Do They Know It’s Christmas” as songwriter Bob Geldof discovers a dead body and must find out who killed the star without derailing the song.
Brad Peyton (San Andreas) is nearing a deal to direct the film, which follows a rookie female marine who gets stranded on a hostile planet during humanity’s space colonization with nothing but an Exo-suit that’s running out of fusion power.
Written by Henry Chaisson and Nick Antosca, the story follows a fourth-grade teacher who tries to help a troubled boy in her class, only to discover that he’s been hiding a nightmarish secret. Now something terrifying is coming for the boy, and she has to protect him.
The Los Angeles-set crime thriller stars Nicole Kidman, Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan, Bradley Whitford, Toby Kebbell and Scoot McNairy.