Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
Adapted from Katherine Applegate’s award-winning book by Mike White and directed by Thea Sharrock (Me Before You.
“Moonlight’s” Trevante Rhodes, Jacki Weaver, Sarah Paulson, John Malkovich, Rosa Salazar and Lil Rel Howery join the ensemble.
Darby Camp from “Big Little Lies” has also joined the cast of Miles Joris-Peyrafitte’s directorial debut based on Nicolaas Zwart’s Black List script.
Written by Eric Heisserer (“Arrival”) and directed by Susanne Bier, the post-apocalyptic thriller will be released by Netflix in 2018.
The four movies started production on Sept. 25 with a reported combined budget of over a billion dollars.
Beetlejuice 2 finds a new writer with Mike Vukadinovich.
Tommy Lee Jones is set to star in Stoner based on the critically acclaimed 1965 novel.
Reuniting with his “Project Almanac” writers Andrew Deutschman and Jason Pagan for the second major directing attachment for Amblin’s latest supernatural thriller.
Channing Tatum is still slated to play Marvel’s popular cajun mutant Remy LeBeau from the “X-Men” comics, but at one point, this spin-off movie was scheduled to be released today.
The duo are branching away from comedy with an adaptation of Chris Pavone’s novel by “Scarface” writer John Herman that has a “Hitchcockian premise” ala “North by Northwest.”
John Crowley (Brooklyn) is directing the film, which is being co-financed by Warner Bros., Amazon Studios and RatPac.
The SNL alum is slated to play a scientists in Ruben Fleischer’s comic book movie, which will co-star Michelle Williams as a district attorney who may fall for Hardy’s Eddie Brock.
Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Joel David Moore, CCH Pounder and Matt Gerald are returning for the sequels, which have also added Oona Chaplin and Cliff Curtis.
After directing “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” and already slated for a few other projects, the Norwegian filmmaker is being tapped to direct Angelina Jolie in the sequel to Disney’s global blockbuster.
Based on Will Battersby’s soon-to-be-released doc “The Canal,” it tells the story of the working class women who fought against the government and chemical industry when they learned of toxic chemical dumping under their homes.
Davis is one of Hollywood’s hottest up-and-coming stars thanks to Halt and Catch Fire, The Martian and the “San Junipero” episode of Black Mirror.
FilmNation financing/producing the drama about the 1970 battle to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment that rallied Gloria Steinem, Flo Kennedy and other Women’s movement leaders against the conservative Phyllis Schlafly.
The “True Detective” and “Baywatch” star will join the Swedish filmmaker for the adaptation of Catherine Hanrahan’s novel “Lost Girls and Love Hotels,” which the author adapted herself.
The 45-year-old Oscar winner will portray the millionaire Playboy founder in a film that Ratner has been trying to get off the ground literally for a decade.
The Neil Armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling has pulled together an impressive ensemble cast thanks to Chazelle’s street cred after directing two back-to-back Oscar-nominated movies.
Rising stars Jack Reynor and Cailee Spaeny are also joining Mimi Leder’s On the Basis of Sex, which co-stars Armie Hammer as the husband of the Supreme Court Justice.
Jeff Fowler will make his feature directing debut on the film, having worked alongside Miller at the latter’s Blur Studio. Fowler previously wrote and directed the 2005 Oscar-nominated animated short Gopher Broke, which Miller executive produced.
In addition to directing, producing and starring in the film, Skova also wrote the script, which follows a CIA agent who discovers she’s being manipulated by her own agency, forcing her to escape its watchful eye long enough to head to China in order to unravel a major conspiracy.
The “Desperate Housewives” star would play a wife and mother whose adopted daughter falls in love with a lost dog, and that’s just one of a bunch of dog-related stories in the movie.
While Murphy doesn’t have a deal to return for the sequel, he is expected to star, as he’s been intimately involved in the development of the Paramount project.
Paramount and Bad Robot have hired Oscar-nominated Arrival scribe Eric Heisserer to write the script, which follows a teenage boy and girl from different backgrounds who discover they can swap bodies.
With Villeneuve soon to be focused on Dune, and Cleopatra now waiting in the wings, today’s news would seemingly take Villeneuve out of the running to direct the next James Bond movie, leaving Yann Demange as the clear frontrunner for the coveted gig.
Marco Villalobos will adapt Joan Didion’s bestselling 1996 book, which is described as a political thriller in the vein of The Parallax View. The story follows a Washington Post journalist who is thrown unexpectedly into the dangerous world of arms dealing.
It’s been remarkable to see Williams’ career blossom since her Dawson’s Creek days, as she’s racked up four Oscar nominations for her work in Brokeback Mountain, Blue Valentine, My Week With Marilyn and Manchester by the Sea.
Sean Armstrong wrote the script, which tackles one of Australia’s most infamous cold cases.