Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
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.
The duo were also tapped to direct a sequel to “It” director Andy Muschietti’s horror film “Mama.”
The second film from Australian writer/director Abe Forsythe, starring Alexander England, already has begun filming in Sydney.
David F. Sandberg is directing from a script by Henry Gayden and Darren Lemke. Peter Safran is producing the superhero film, which is slated to start shooting in February.
The horror-thriller picked up by Miramax in Sept. will begin filming in 2018.
The comedy is a co-production between Neon and Vice in which McConaughey plays a character named “Moondog.”
E. Lockhart’s New York Times bestseller is described as a psychological suspense novel that challenges preconceptions about identity.
Lin directed the third, fourth, fifth and sixth films before handing the reins to James Wan, and most recently, F. Gary Gray.
Miguel Sapochnik will direct the film after winning an Emmy for his work on the “Battle of the Bastards” episode
“Girls Trip” scribe Tracy Oliver will make her feature directorial debut with the film, which will be produced by Pharrell Williams.
The directorial debut by art photographer Gregory Crewdson was acquired by Focus earlier this year.
The film is set to star Oscar-winner Brie Larson in the title role with Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck directing.
“Sinister 2’s” Ciaran Foy directs the Black List psychological horror film to be released in Jan. 2019.
Michael Bay is producing the live-action Dora the Explorer where Dora is a teenager, visiting her cousin in the city.
Produced and financed by Black Bear Pictures and 30WEST, the family drama will start filming in New York this December.
The project is directed by Reginald Hudlin, who recently helmed the Thurgood Marshall biopic “Marshall” starring Chadwick Boseman.
Cher will be returning to the big screen for the first time since Burlesque, seven years ago.
“Se7en” writer Andrew Kevin Walker takes the latest stab at adapting Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima’s classic Japanese Manga.
The directorial debut by Grant Sputore is based on Michael Lloyd Green’s Black List script based on their own original concept.
Adapted from Katherine Applegate’s award-winning book by Mike White and directed by Thea Sharrock (Me Before You.