Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
Michael Showalter, fresh off his 2017 independent hit, has been tapped to direct Jessica Chastain and Octavia Spencer in their untitled holiday comedy for Universal.
The trio have been working on the ABC sitcom, Wong as a writer and Park as the star, with it already being renewed for a fourth season. Plans are to make the Netflix film during the summer break.
Based on the Shakespeare plays Henry IV and Henry V, this will be the third collaboration between Edgerton and Michơd since first teaming for 2010’s Animal Kingdom.
Bill Skarsgård and Maika Monroe play amateur criminals who break into a suburban home to discover the dark secret of the homeowners, whom Sedgwick and Donovan will play.
Morel is reteaming with Lakeshore Entertainment, who produced his upcoming action film Peppermint starring Jennifer Garner, which will be released by STXfilms on Sept. 7.
Susanna Jones’ award-winning novel was initially set-up at Amazon Studios, but Netflix comes on board with hopes to start filming the Japan-based story in May.
Keep in mind that while the original MIB was a two-hander starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, the spinoff is being designed as an ensemble piece that is more global in nature, so there’s more casting to come, and sources aren’t necessarily describing Thompson as the co-lead of this film.
The film follows a New Orleans bartender (Hammer) whose life begins to unravel after a series of disturbing and unexplainable events transpire when he picks up a phone left behind at his bar.
Written by SNL vets Emily Spivey and Liz Cackowski, the film will co-star Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Maya Rudolph and of course, Tina Fey. As the title suggests, it involves a trip to Napa, California.
The story follows a woman who wakes up with amnesia, only to discover it’s her wedding day. She has to remember who she is, figure out who she’s marrying, and decide whether to go through with the ceremony.
Nanjiani will play a mild-mannered Uber driver named Stu who picks up a grizzled cop (Bautista) and gets sucked into his hunt for a vicious killer. Can he survive the chase and keep his five-star rating intact?
The studio has picked up the spec from Madison Turner and set Joby Harold and Tory Tunnell of Safehouse Pictures to produce alongside Jordan’s Outlier Society.
The CG/live-action hybrid based on the Disney animated classic from 1955 is being produced for Disney’s new digital service.
Josh Trank (Chronicle) is writing and directing the film, which co-stars Linda Cardellini, Matt Dillon and Kyle MacLachlan as Capone’s wife, his best friend and his doctor, respectively.
Kathryn Bigelow was previously set to direct the film, which once had Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed attached to star. Bigelow is now producing alongside Annapurna’s Megan Ellison and Matthew Budman, as well as director Pablo Larrain’s producing partner Juan de Dios Larraín.
Andrea Berloff is directing the crime drama from her own screenplay, which is based on the DC/Vertigo comic book series of the same name.
Isaac joins Affleck, who has returned to the project after departing last year, as well as Charlie Hunnam and Garret Hedlund. Netflix will release the film sometime in 2019.
Written and directed by Josh Trank (Fantastic Four), the film will cover Capone’s later years when he was suffering from dementia while in prison.
Alma Har’el (Bombay Beach) is directing the movie, which is based on LaBeouf’s childhood and his explosive relationship with his father, an ex-con and recovering drug addict.
Richard Wright’s celebrated novel emphasizes the systemic inevitability behind Bigger’s crimes, and the protagonist’s lawyer argues that his client cannot escape his destiny, as he’s a product of a society that has told him since birth who, exactly, he is supposed to be.
Based on the bestselling novel by Stephanie Perkins, the Nebraska-set story follows a young girl whose high school friends begin to die in a series of gruesome murders.
Ellen Page was once attached to star in the adaptation of Greg Rucka’s award-winning graphic novel, which follows a British female intelligence agent who is used as bait to lure the mastermind behind a terrorist attack in London out of hiding.
This seems like the kind of superhero movie that could be made by anyone, not material that’s crying out to be turned into an Ava DuVernay movie — whatever that means, these days.
Chrissy Metz stars in the faith-based drama directed by Roxann Dawson based on Smith’s story about saving her 14-year-old son through prayer after he was declared dead after falling through ice.
Frank and Mangold recently shared an Oscar nomination with Michael Green for their work on the Fox superhero blockbuster retiring Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
The British director of Belle and A United Kingdom has been honored with many awards including an MBE from the Queen of England.
Boyle broke the news Wednesday night at a special screening in New York for his new FX series Trust.
The reboot of the Japanese horror hit will be written and directed by Nicolas Pesce, whose Eyes of my Mother was a disturbing and chilling debut that received quite a bit of critical acclaim.
Academy Award nominee Henry Selick is set to direct. Selick previously directed the stop-motion animated films Coraline and The Nightmare Before Christmas.
The timely political thriller tells the story inspired by true events about the Breathless actress who in the late 1960s was targeted by the illegal FBI surveillance program COINTELPRO.