Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
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.
Roosevelt was a noted environmentalist who helped preserve countless forests and national parks, which may be why DiCaprio is so invested in playing the politician.
The story follows a directionless twenty-something named Jazz who dreams of escaping her small town of Artemis, which just so happens to be on the moon. When the chance at a life-changing score drops in her lap, she can’t say no, and she quickly finds herself in the middle of a conspiracy for control of Artemis itself.
Directed by Michael Goi and starting production later this month in Alabama, the movie is about a boat with a haunted past and the family trapped on it.
Universal won the project in a competitive situation, and Ruben Fleischer will produce and direct from a script written by Girls scribe Murray Miller.
The star of Chi-Raq and Dear White People is making a deal to join newcomer Kiki Layne and Stephan James (Shots Fired) in a new film based on the James Baldwin novel of the same name.
Having already directed “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip” and Disney’s “Old Dogs” may have made him the ideal candidate for Norman Bridwell’s beloved canine.
The Oscar-nominated Swedish film based on Fredrik Backman’s 2014 novel was one of the underrated foreign films released in 2016.
Sean Anders will direct the film, which follows a couple who decide to start a family and adopt through the foster-care system, only to find themselves raising three wild kids who have no interest in being parented.
Linda Hamilton is returning to the Terminator franchise after saying “hasta la vista” 26 years ago.
Cooper will play a former astronaut who’s hired to lead an expedition to the deepest part of the ocean, where supernatural activity lurks.
Waititi may be a blessing in disguise for Akira, as he values diversity when it comes to casting, and I don’t see him embracing the idea of an all-white cast playing Japanese characters.
20th Century Fox’s family-friendly fantasy film will be Cornish’s first since his acclaimed 2011 debut Attack the Block, which launched John Boyega as a major star.
In the true story, the recent Emmy winner for The Handmaid’s Tale will play a woman who discovers an underground group of women who provide safe abortions pre-Roe v. Wade.
“Middle Men” writer/director George Gallo is tackling the biopic about the “grandfathers of the fitness movement” with “Supergirl’s” Tyler Hoechlin already cast as Joe Weider.
The supernatural thriller is directed by American Horror Story cinematographer Michael Goi
The new Halloween is billed as her “final” confrontation with the boogeyman known as Michael Myers, but isn’t that a pretty big spoiler? We’re just surprised the filmmakers are going back to that old well…
Nico van den Brink’s short follows a woman who learns that her neighbors — a mother and her two kids — have been killed. That would be enough to freak out anyone, but when she continues to hear the children running around and laughing, she really starts to get the creeps.
Besides having a story credit on the 2015 Godzilla remake, Callaham has also been working on Universal’s latest The Wolfman reboot, and he’d worked with Jenkins before on an English language adaptation of Jo Nesbo’s Jackpot.
Abrams hasn’t directed a movie since Star Wars: The Force Awakens, nor was he developing any projects that appeared ready to go, but just because he was available doesn’t mean that Lucasfilm didn’t have to back up the Brinks truck and pay him a ton of money.
This is the untitled Amazon film that will star Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning, Selena Gomez and Jude Law, while Annaleigh Ashford and Will Rogers will also be joining them.
Daniel Dae Kim as joined the cast of the Hellboy reboot following Ed Skrein’s exit in the Japanese-American role of Ben Daimio.
Since the box office smash debuted earlier this summer, it appeared a given that Jenkins would return to helm the follow-up with reports saying that she was already working on a script with Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.
The 26-year-old British lead of Ang Lee’s 2016 film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk also has roles in the upcoming Mary, Queen of Scots with Margot Robbie and Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favorite.
The film would reunite Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Josh Brolin as Cable as they lead a black ops team made up of much more ruthless mutants than the more family-friendly X-Men.
Armie Hammer has been cast to star opposite Felicity Jones in the drama slated for a 2018 release.
The project stars Benedict Cumberbatch who is also executive producing through his SunnyMarch Productions with Canongate CEO Jamie Byng.