Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
RFK has been a longtime passion project of Damon’s, and the role could very well put him in the 2018 awards race, should the film debut before the end of next year.
The Tracking Board has confirmed that director Jon Watts is in talks with Sony and Marvel to return to helm Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, the currently untitled sequel slated for a July 5, 2019 release.
British thespian Felicity Jones is stepping into the shoes of an iconic American figure: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Mimi Leder-directed On the Basis of Sex.
Ever since Bubble, Soderbergh has been more open to experimentation in both the production and distribution realms, so the idea that he has used his iPhone to shoot a secret movie with an up-and-coming actress isn’t as big a surprise as it might seem on the surface.
Marvel is rounding out the cast of Ant-Man and the Wasp, tapping Walton Goggins for an undisclosed role in the sequel, the Tracking Board has confirmed. Peyton Reed returns to direct the follow-up to the 2015 feature.
Joe Epstein wrote the script, and Aronofsky will produce under his Paramount-based Protozoa banner. The studio will release the director’s thriller mother! this fall.
DCEU titles that are currently without release dates include Suicide Squad 2, Wonder Woman 2, The Batman, The Flash, Shazam, Black Adam, Gotham City Sirens, Nightwing, Batgirl and Justice League Dark.
Her feature credits include Divergent, Hope Springs and Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming film The Shape of Water.
The rising stars join Will Smith, who will be playing the Genie. The studio will now turn its attention to casting the villainous Jafar and his henchman Iago.
There’s also a new DisneyToons movie coming out on April 12, 2019 that looks like another Planes movie, but this one is set in space and is said to explore the future of aviation.
The lead role shouldn’t be too much of a stretch for Suljic, who just played a young skateboarder in Gus Van Sant’s Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot, which co-stars Hill.
Fanning currently stars in Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, while Chalamet’s acclaimed Sundance drama Call Me by Your Name will hit theaters this fall.
Since making her directorial debut in 2014 with the well-received horror movie Honeymoon, Janiak has been busy developing a remake of The Craft at Sony.
The talented character actor is making a deal to play Gus Grissom, one of the original Mercury Seven astronauts.
Hailee Steinfeld and Jorge Lendeborg Jr. will play the two young leads in the film, which is expected to co-star Rachel Crow from Deidra & Laney Rob a Train.
Baby Driver actor Lily James will be playing a young Donna in the sequel via flashbacks, the character whom Meryl Streep played in the original film and will reprise in the sequel as well.
Lively will play Stephanie Patrick, whose family dies in a plane crash that should’ve claimed her life too. When she discovers the crash wasn’t an accident, she sets out to exact revenge, Jason Bourne-style.
The well-known sports bettor won $2.5 million when the Kansas City Royals won the 2015 World Series, and $2.3 million when the Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl in 2016.
Hailee Steinfeld and Jorge Lendeborg Jr. will play the two young leads in the film, which Travis Knight is directing from a script by Christina Hodson.
He’s a homegrown director for Warner Bros., where he made House of Wax, Orphan, Unknown and Run All Night. The studio also hired him to direct Akira at one point.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker will no doubt put his own spin on the Manson family and its killing spree for his ninth movie.
It’s easier to sell three real heroes than three little-known actors, as it makes for a much sexier story, especially at a time when there seems to be more superheroes than real heroes on the big screen.
In the classic 1994 animated film, Zazu served as a key advisor to Mufasa, and later, his son Simba. The character was voiced by Rowan Atkinson.
E. Niemi’s script follows a professor with a fear of heights who teams up with his ex-wife and estranged daughter to defeat an apex predator long thought extinct on a mountainous tropical island.
Oscar-winner Barry Jenkins has set his first post-Moonlight feature film with an adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk for Annapurna Pictures. The project is based on the novel by James Baldwin and has been an interest of Jenkins for years after he wrote the script in 2013.
Set on Halloween, the story follows a group of friends who get more than they bargained for when they enter a haunted house that preys on their deepest fears.
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will return to play the title characters, and they’ll be joined by Black Mirror actress Hannah John-Kamen, whose role remains a mystery.
Based on the documentary Marwencol, the film’s female-driven ensemble includes Leslie Mann, Janelle Monae, Diane Kruger, Gwendoline Christie and Eiza Gonzalez.
Production is set to start this summer on Long Island, and the film will premiere next year on Netflix.