Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch has determined his next film project: an adaptation of the upcoming book How to Stop Time by Matt Haig, to be published by Canongate Books in July. His production banner SunnyMarch is teaming with StudioCanal for the project.
The veteran character actor is coming off a banner year, and just saw his directorial debut Lucky premiere at SXSW to strong reviews.
According to reports, Warner Bros. is currently eyeing Kingsman and X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn to helm the untitled Man of Steel sequel, taking over the directing reigns Zack Snyder.
The Tracking Board has confirmed that Scott is currently finalizing plans to direct All the Money in the World based on a Black List script by David Scarpa and Natalie Portman is being eyed for the lead role.
Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean) will lead the team, which includes Patrick McKay, J.D. Payne, Lindsey Beer, T.S. Nowlin, J. Michael Straczynski and Cat Vasko.
Steven C. Miller (Marauders) will direct the action-packed sequel, which will co-star Dave Bautista of Guardians of the Galaxy fame.
The film follows Doaa Al Zamel, a 19-year-old Syrian woman who fled Egypt for a better life in Sweden, only to find herself stranded at sea with two small children.
The cast for Disney’s forthcoming live-action adaptation of Dumbo is slowly taking shape. The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Danny DeVito is in talks to star in the film directed by Tim Burton about the beloved big-eared circus elephant, the Tracking Board has confirmed.
Warner Bros. has optioned Brit Bennett’s debut novel The Mothers for Kerry Washington to produce under her Simpson Street banner along with Natalie Krinsky, the studio announced Thursday.
True to form, Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter today and dropped a puzzling message written in domino dots that, when deciphered, announced that Atlanta star Zazie Beetz would be taking on the coveted role of mercenary Domino in Deadpool 2.
Charlotte Rogan’s book follows Grace Winter (Hathaway), a young woman who recounts the tale of how she survived a shipwreck at sea while on trial for murder in 1914. The film explores the moral crisis that presents itself when she discovers there are too many people on board her lifeboat and if some don’t abandon ship, they’ll all perish.
Plot details are being kept under wraps, though sources say it’s a contained thriller with genre elements. Only top studio execs were given the opportunity to read the script, hence the vague nature of the titular “bad times.”
Golden Globe-nominated This is Us actress Mandy Moore is stepping into the world of YA novel adaptations with the forthcoming Darkest Minds. Moore is set to join Amandla Stenberg in the sci-fi thriller based on Alexandra Bracken’s YA trilogy, the Tracking Board has confirmed.
Danny McBride, David Gordon Green, Jody Hill and Green Room director Jeremy Saulnier are among the executive producers of Imperative Entertainment’s road movie.
The Mom actress joins Instructions Not Included star Eugenio Derbez in the remake of the 1987 Kurt Russell-Goldie Hawn comedy.
Hanks and Streep will play Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and publisher Kay Graham respectively. Amy Pascal is the lead producer on the project, which will be co-financed by 20th Century Fox and Amblin Entertainment.
The Impossible Missions Force (IMF) has found its new leading lady. Vanessa Kirby of Netflix’s The Crown is in final talks to join Mission: Impossible 6 as the female lead.
The Millennium Falcon might have to make room for another passenger. The Wire grad Michel K. Williams is in talks to join Disney-Lucasfilm highly-anticipated Han Solo spinoff.
Michael Bay is finally handing the franchise reins to another filmmaker, though he’ll still produce alongside Steven Spielberg and Lorenzo Di Bonaventura.
Neil Burger is directing the Weinstein Company’s remake of the hit 2011 French film, which also stars Nicole Kidman and Aja Naomi King.
Marc Forster will direct the live-action fantasy film, which follows the human character from A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories.
Naomie Harris and Joe Manganiello co-star in New Line’s adaptation of the classic arcade game, which is being directed by Brad Peyton (San Andreas).
Plot details for the sequel have been sparse, but John C. Reilly has previously teased that Ralph will leave the arcade and wreck the Internet this time around.
Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler) is directing Sony’s legal thriller, which will co-star Colin Farrell.
The star of The Conjuring and Bates Motel will play the mother of Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown in Legendary’s monster movie.
Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Cynthia Erivo and Moonlight‘s Andre Holland will star in the New Regency film.
Author Sulome Anderson is the daughter of American journalist Terry Anderson, one of history’s most famous hostages. The Associated Press reporter was kidnapped in 1985 by Shiite Hezbollah militants and held until 1991. This is his story, as told through her eyes.
TriStar has landed Captain Fantastic director and writer Matt Ross to helm the adaptation of Tom Sweterlitsch’s 2014 novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow. Mark Gordon from the Mark Gordan Company has signed on to produce the project alongside Entertainment 360 as well as Lynette Howell Taylor.
Signe Baumane is writing, directing and producing the hand-drawn animated movie, which tells an adult story of love, gender and marriage.
Rogen will play a self-destructive, unemployed journalist who pursues his childhood crush and former babysitter — now one of the most powerful women in the world.