Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
The comedy from the filmmakers behind Daddy’s Home and its sequel will have Wahlberg and Byrne playing a couple who adopt a trio of unruly foster kids.
Netflix is back in business with the writer-director of The Meyerowitz Stories, who has also cast Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie) in his next film.
Burn follows a Northern California detective who brought a cartel to its knees while working undercover, all while keeping that part of his life from his family.
The Scandinavian actor gives a breakout performance in the Ruben Östlund dark comedy, which is Swedish’s selection for the foreign language Oscar.
Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell and Huck Milner are back as the Parr family, aka Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet and Dash, while Samuel L. Jackson is slated to return as Frozone.
Gyllenhaal will play a financial reporter who travels to Rio de Janeiro to visit a wealthy friend (Cumberbatch), only to get sucked into a plot to fake his friend’s death.
James DeMonaco and Sebastien Lemercier will produce the genre film from up-and-coming scribe Ryan Riley, who recently landed a spot on the 2017 Young & Hungry list.
The live-action hybrid follows a silverback gorilla named Ivan who lives in a cage in a shopping mall along with an elephant named Stella (Jolie) and a stray dog named Bob. Ivan doesn’t remember life outside the mall, but when a baby elephant named Ruby (Prince) enters Ivan’s life and he finds himself taking care of her, he hatches a plan to rescue the baby elephant from its abusive owner.
Destroyer follows the moral and existential odyssey of LAPD detective Erin Bell (Kidman) who, as a young cop, was placed undercover with a gang in the California desert with tragic results. When the leader of that gang re-emerges many years later, she must work her way back through the remaining members and into her own history with them to finally reckon with the demons that destroyed her past.
Chbosky will reimagine the project and develop it with an eye to direct. Prince Charming reunites Chbosky with his Wonder producers Mandeville’s David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman, who are producing with Tripp Vinson.
Two-time Tony Award nominees Irene Sankoff and David Hein, who wrote the book, music and lyrics, will write the screenplay for the film. The play was nominated for seven Tony Awards, winning for Best Direction of a Musical.
Outside of film and TV, Haddish is also set to release her book “The Last Black Unicorn” which releases December 5. She also announced 2018 dates for her stand up tour “She’s Ready.”
The film is inspired by the romantic comedy What Women Want from Nancy Meyers, with Henson playing a sports agent who gains the ability to hear men’s thoughts.
Monica Beletsky will adapt Karin Tanabe’s book The Gilded Years, having previously episodes of such hit TV shows as Fargo, The Leftovers, Parenthood and Friday Night Lights.
Gary Dauberman, who wrote It and the Annabelle movies, has been hired to turn Nickelodeon’s beloved TV series into a feature film.
The next James Bond movie still doesn’t have a director, but now that Mendes has a hole in his schedule, we wonder if he could re-team with Daniel Craig one more time so they could ride off into the sunset together.
Bogart was the infamous record executive from Brooklyn who went on to define the pop-music culture of his time, and who was closely aligned with the rise of disco. His son, Timothy Scott Bogart, is expected to direct from his own screenplay.
Davis garnered national attention for single-handedly filibustering for 13 hours in 2013 against one of the country’s most strict anti-choice laws.
The new films will be set in a different galaxy and feature a brand new set of characters, Disney chief Bob Iger announced Thursday on an earnings call.
This is an unprecedented move from Sony and director Ridley Scott, but it allows the studio to salvage the film’s planned release date of Dec. 22.
John J. Griffin’s script is described as a coming-of-age story set on the moon. It follows a boy living a lunar mining colony who, after the death of his father, takes a trip with his four best friends to explore a mysterious crater prior to being permanently relocated to another planet.
Iain McDonald (“Rodney and Sheryl”) will adapt Matthew Baker’s short story, which has been compared to “Arrival” and “District 9.”
The indie film co-stars former UFC champ Ronda Rousey, “The Raid” star Iko Uwais and John Malkovich.
Justin Kurzel will direct the indie film, which will co-star Essie Davis, George MacKay, Travis Fimmel, Sean Keenan and Harry Greenwood.
Mulligan is the second actor to sign on this week to portray the feminist activist following Julianne Moore in “My Life on the Road”.
“The Fosters” scribe Marissa Jo Cerar has been tapped to rewrite “The Other Typist” for Fox Searchlight
The British actor is no stranger to DC fans, having played Sinestro in 2011’s “Green Lantern.”
Jon Favreau is directing the film, which roars into theaters on July 19, 2019. Oh, and Hans Zimmer is coming back to do the score!
They’ll be joining Adam Driver, John David Washington in Lee’s film co-produced by Blumhouse for Focus Features.
The news comes just days after New Line and DC set Zachary Levi (NBC’s “Chuck”) to play Shazam in the superhero film of the same name.