Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
The popular mobile game has led to six video games, books and other merchandise that’s right in line with some of Columbus’ past work including Gremlins, Night at the Museum and the first two Harry Potter movies.
The 2017 novel by Karen Dionne would put the Oscar-winning Swedish actor in the role of a woman born from the union of her mother with the man who kidnapped her, and Vikander’s character decides to get revenge for their treatment.
The singer of the influential rock band will be playing his first dramatic role, filling up the impressive cast that already includes Zac Efron, Lilly Collins and John Malkovich.
30West and STXinternational are teaming to finance and handle international sales with STX distributing the film in the UK and Ireland and bringing it to the European Film Market in Berlin to seek out buyers. CAA and Endeavor Content are handling U.S. sales.
This is the third project Moss has signed onto since winning the Emmy for her role on Hulu’s award-winning show. Emma Stone was originally attached to play the troubled eldest sister of John K. Kennedy.
Co-written by Macfadyen with Eric Belgau and directed by Richard Gray (Sugar Mountain), the cast will include Jared Harris, Patrick Fugit, Zach McGowan and more.
Both Chalamet and Michod are reuniting with Plan B Entertainment following previous films, while Michod’s directing his second movie for Netflix after 2016’s War Machine.
Also starring is Claire Foy as Lisbeth Salander, Sylvia Hoeks (Blade Runner 2049) as Salander’s twin sister, and Claes Bang (The Square) as the villain.
Hasbro’s British counterpart to G.I. Joe is being developed by Robbins’ Paramount imprint that has been lining up many projects in the past year.
Phoenix is in talks to play the Joker in an origin story of the iconic Batman villain. Phillips will direct as well as co-write the film with Scott Silver.
The action-comedy directed by Barnaby Southcombe will begin production in the UK in July, and it will be brought to next week’s Berlin Film Festival to sell to potential distributors.
Bart Freundlich is set to write and direct the film that reimagines the two lead roles as women, creating a story of motherhood and family in New York.
In other news, Babak Anvari is teaming with screenwriter Mary Laws (The Neon Demon, Preacher) on an elevated horror anthology for Annapurna Television and Two & Two Pictures, and that project has multiple bidders.
The animated musical adventure is set to debut on Netflix and in China theaters in 2020. Keane’s short Dear Basketball about Kobi Bryant is a current Oscar nominee.
Emma Thompson, Ralph Fiennes and Tom Holland will provide their voices to some of the animals to which Downey’s title character will speak. Production will begin later this month in London to prepare for an April 2019 release date.
The dark comedy based on a true story has already begun filming in L.A. with Molina and Bosworth playing the CEO and director of an oil company responsible for poisoning the water on David Strathairn’s farm.
The Haunting in Connecticut helmer Daniel Farrans will write and direct the film that takes a look at the last days leading up to Tate’s murder from her perspective.
Directed by Fred Grivois from a screenplay by Matthew Ian Cirulnick, XYZ Films and Sentinel Pictures hoping to start production this fall.
Once again produced by Matt Tolmach, this will be another attempt for a sequel to catch lightning in a bottle and recapture the magic that made the Dwayne Johnson-Kevin Hart adventure comedy such a huge worldwide hit.
Norton has been trying to adapt Jonathan Lethem’s New York crime novel into a movie for over 15 years, and it’s now filming in New York.
The three-time Oscar nominee Dafoe will play the brother of a greedy developer who might be able to help Norton’s private eye solve the murder of his mentor.
Shankman recently directed the pilot for Step Up: High Water which premiered on YouTube Red and will likely follow this comedy with Disenchanted, the sequel to the Amy Addams musical for Disney.
The author/screenwriter of Blood Father and co-writer of The Town and 12 Strong will adapt the novel that was just released earlier this week.
The film will be produced by Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions, which has been on a hot streak with Happy Death Day, Split and Oscar-nominated Get Out.
The director of Fate of the Furious and Straight Outta Compton is the frontrunner for the franchise reboot, which has already been scheduled for June 14, 2019.
Pratt is also a producer on the film, and sources say he was a big part of the push for a female director on Cowboy Ninja Viking, as Jennifer Yuh Nelson was also a finalist for the action-heavy gig.
Leo Sharp was an award-winning horticulturist and decorated WWII veteran known for his prized day lilies when he was busted for running drugs for Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel, and sent to prison at the age of 90. He was transporting $3 million worth of cocaine through Michigan in his beat-up old pickup truck when he was arrested by the DEA.
Ryan Reynolds, Ken Watanabe, Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton have already been cast in the first live-action film in the Pokémon franchise, which will be distributed by Universal everywhere but Japan.
The Oscar-nominated actress is joining the Disney action-adventure based on the popular Walt Disney theme park attraction. Plans are to start production in Atlanta and Hawaii in May.
The newly Oscar-nominated screenwriter got his start on shows like ER and Criminal Minds, and it would be Washington’s first film as a director since the Oscar-nominated Fences if he commits to direct.