Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
Disney is also currently developing another Arthurian project, as it was announced earlier this month that Ridley Scott will be directing a Merlin Saga for the studio.
Toy Story 3 went on to gross over $1 billion at the global box office. The sequel is slated for June 21, 2019.
The film is being described as a grounded sci-fi movie, but the rest of the plot and character details are being kept under wraps.
Jones would be the last piece of the puzzle for the New Line superhero movie, which is set to begin filming in Toronto next month for its April 5, 2019 release date.
Patton is a beloved character actor who started out with early roles in Silkwood, After Hours, and Desperately Seeking Susan, but the Patton pics that I know and love range from Copycat and The Client to Armageddon and The Mothman Diaries.
Warners had been courting Ben Affleck to direct at one point, but he turned down the job, and the studio didn’t want to wait for Robert Zemeckis, so they moved quickly to secure the team behind Vacation and Game Night.
Detroit star Hannah Murray and Imposters actress Marianne Rendón are in talks to play Manson’s followers Leslie Van Houten and Susan Atkins, respectively.
The black-ish and Mudbound stars join the cast for the update to Gordon Parks Jr.’s classic 1972 crime-thriller, starring Ron O’Neal and Carl Lee.
It was Ivan Drago who killed Adonis Creed’s father, Apollo (Carl Weathers), so expect the younger Creed to try and get his revenge on the Russian’s son in the sequel.
Margot Robbie is in talks to play Sharon Tate, while Tarantino is still deciding between Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise for the other male lead, with the latter actor believed to have a slight edge.
Jenkins is finishing up post on his adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk while Boseman has wrapped the Avengers movies and will be out promoting Black Panther soon.
The two-time Oscar nominee joins Zac Efron in the rare narrative feature from Joe Berlinger, director of many great docs, including the Oscar-nominated Paradise Lost series.
John Wick scribe Derek Kolstad will pen the script. Odenkirk will produce the project alongside his producing partner Marc Provissiero.
Brandt co-created NBC’s Chicago Fire and its two spinoffs, and currently serves as an EP on all three Chicago series. He also directed the 2011 Richard Gere thriller The Double, and co-wrote Wanted and 3:10 to Yuma with Derek Haas.
Reese Witherspoon departs from the project to make room for the second season of Big Little Lies which is officially a go.
Tatum is producing the comic book movie so he has a bit more say than he normally would, and I’m sure the storyboards are already finished. I’m hardly saying directing is easy, but we’ve underestimated Tatum his entire career. He just might be able to pull this off, and he’s also been looking to get behind the camera, too.
Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot) will direct the film based on the amazing Syrian swimmer who helped save a boat full of refugees by pushing it across the Aegean Sea to Greece. She has since become a spokesperson and champion for refugees everywhere.
The up-and-coming actor will star as SLA leader “Cin” opposite Elle Fanning’s Patty Hearst, the two working together for the second time after appearing together in the indie Sydney Hall.
Jac Schaeffer is an up-and-coming writer with two Anne Hathaway projects in development — the alien invasion comedy The Shower, and the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels remake Nasty Women.
The Emmy-nominated Stranger Things star will also be making her big screen debut in Michael Dougherty’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters, so what’s next for the beloved childhood star?
Chris Hemsworth is set to star alongside Oscar winners Jeff Bridges and Russell Crowe, Tony winner Cynthia Erivo, and up-and-coming actress Cailee Spaeny (Pacific Rim: Uprising).
The breakout star from Straight Outta Compton and the FX show Atlanta will play an NSA security expert chasing after Claire Foy’s Lisabeth Sander in the new movie in the “Millennium series.”
Kids today don’t care about Merlin, King Arthur, or any of this medieval mumbo jumbo. Was that not made evident by the underwhelming box office performance of Guy Ritchie’s recent King Arthur movie?
The news comes right after Netflix renewed She’s Gotta Have It for a second season.
The director of How to Be Single will work from a script by Beauty and the Beast scribe Evan Spiliotopoulos.
Prince joins Mackenzie Davis and Finn Wolfhard in the haunted house thriller based on Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw, which will be directed by Floria Sigismondi (The Runaways).
There’s no word on any casting yet for Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Lurch or Uncle Fester yet, as MGM is waiting to close its deal with Isaac first before moving on to the rest of the family.
Ed Brubaker’s gritty comic follows a depressed college student who tries to kill himself, only to be given a new lease on life by a demon who tells him he must kill one person each month if he wants to continue living. The young man figures if he’s forced to kill to survive, he might as well take out some bad people.
Produced with the help of Kickstarter contributions, Simon Stålenhag’s illustrated novel is described as a bold, apocalyptic vision of the American West.
Wolfhard has been on a major hot streak, starting with his breakout role in Netflix’s Stranger Things. Wolfhard followed that up by starring in New Line’s adaptation of Stephen King’s It.