Category Archives: Attachments (Film)
A place to find all film attachment articles (talent, writers, directors, etc).
In DC comics lore, Bruce Wayne took an orphaned Dick Grayson under his Batwing and eventually they teamed up to fight crime together in Gotham City.
The actor was conspicuously absent from the studio’s press release, which should be cause for concern given the rumors of late.
Will Eubank (The Signal) will direct the adventure thriller for 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment.
The Godzilla sequel must be pretty special for Chandler to do another monster movie following Super 8 and King Kong.
Coriolanus and The Invisible Woman director Ralph Fiennes has announced his newest directing project as THE WHITE CROW, a biopic based on the life of Soviet dancer Rudolf Nureyev. David Hare is adapting the script, which is based on Julie Kavanagh’s book Rudolf Nureyev: The Life.
Jones voiced Mufasa in the original animated Lion King, while Glover continues his incredible year by landing the lead in this ambitious “reimagining.”
The gestating adaptation of the DC superhero Shazam is circling Annabelle 2 director David F. Sandberg to helm comic book movie at New Line Cinema. The movie will introduce the superhero to the DCEU, joining his Justice League comrades Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman.
The latest casting announcement for the Disney sequel Mary Poppins Returns comes from within, as Mouse House veteran Angela Lansbury has been tapped for a role in the film, which is currently shooting at Shepperton Studios.
Oscar-nominated writer Andrea Berloff has been tapped by New Line Cinema to adapt and direct The Kitchen, the Tracking Board has confirmed. This will be the directorial debut for Berloff.
Law & Order maestro Dick Wolf is producing the Paramount project, which involves the kidnapping of heiress Patty Hearst.
Doug Liman will direct the YA movie, which is based on the first book in Patrick Ness’ best-selling trilogy.
Director J.C. Chandor and writer-producer Mark Boal have recruited the Oscar-nominated actor for Paramount’s crime thriller.
Original Wonder Woman director Michelle MacLaren and her eventual replacement, Patty Jenkins, were both reportedly considered for the gig, but Caro is the more thoughtful choice.
The big screen adaptation of R.L. Stine’s Fear Street series is just around the corner, as 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment have hired Kyle Killen to write the script.
Force Awakens star Oscar Isaac will take a break from his X-wing piloting to play the real-life double agent Juan Pujol Garcia in the upcoming World War II thriller The Garbo Agent.
Warner Bros. is letting the right one into the Batcave.
The Jacques Audiard-directed adaptation of Patrick deWitt’s The Sisters Brothers has added Jake Gyllenhaal to its A-list cast. The Academy Award-nominated actor will join the western noir starring Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly.
She’s the first actress of color to land a key role in Disney and Lucasfilm’s Star Wars spinoffs.
The stop-motion animated feature follows the King of Pop’s pet chimp as he journeys through the jungle of human life and tries to make sense of the world.
One of Hollywood’s favorite Aussies is adding another project to his already full plate. Joel Edgerton has signed on to star opposite Jon Bernthal (Daredevil) in Unified Pictures’ forthcoming dark crime thriller Stingray.
The Oscar-winning scribes have come on to polish the script as Universal narrows down its list of potential directors.
Kenny Powers gives you permission to freak out about this news!
Sometimes, in the world of comedy, the student surpasses the teacher. Other times, like this one, the student becomes the teacher. Thus, Mike Myers is set to play his own comedy mentor, Del Close, in an upcoming indie movie simply titled Del.
In a massive deal, TriStar has acquired the rights to Aimee Molloy’s thriller novel The Perfect Mother. Scandal star Kerry Washington is expected to star in and produce the film with her banner Simpson Street, the Tracking Board has confirmed.
A biopic of famed abolitionist Harriet Tubman, the American hero who escaped the shackles of slavery and subsequently helped free others from servitude through a channel of safe houses and secret routes known as the Underground Railroad.
Those who feared that Jack Nicholson’s last film would be 2010’s forgettable How Do You Know? can rest easy, because’s Jack’s back, baby!
Upcoming Baywatch star and former wrestler Dwayne Johnson is getting back into the ring — on screen, that is. He will executive produce and have a cameo in Fighting with My Family, a new film from writer-director Stephen Merchant.
After working with Emmett/Furla/Oasis on three films, Steven C. Miller has been hired to direct the company’s Sylvester Stallone-starring sequel Escape Plan 2.
JD Dillard’s Sleight was one of the best films I saw at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, so it comes as no surprise that Blumhouse is staying in business with the director on his follow-up film Sweetheart, which will star Kiersey Clemons (Dope).