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The Man in the High Castle star Bella Heathcote has been cast as the female lead opposite Jack Reynor in CBS All Access’ drama series Strange Angel.
“There’s a kind of love you share with your best friend(s) that’s not quite romance but is a deeper connection than you have with anyone else. It’s a sort of romantic love where you’d rather be with this person than anyone else. Something that’s not nearly celebrated enough, but should be,” writes Sabrina Cognata.
O’Shea Jackson Jr. is still in negotiations, but otherwise, everyone including “50 Cent” Jackson are on board for another heist movie.
The directors of the 2013 Sundance fave The Way, Way Back will tackle the amazing achievement by mountain climber Warren “Batso” Harding, working from a script by Eamon O’Sullivan.
San Andreas director Brad Peyton and Dwayne Johnson reteam for the 1980’s video game inspired film.
Atlanta writers Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori are writing the screenplay for James’ planned reboot.
The sequel to the Fox hit Murder on the Orient Express will hit theaters on Nov. 8, 2019, while Alita: Battle Angel has been pushed back from the summer to the holidays.
The comedy actress and Mexican superstar put a new twist on the 1987 romantic comedy starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell.
Could this be a solo Kitty Pryde movie from the creative duo? Fox isn’t saying what “143” refers to although astute X-readers will know that issue focused on the phasing mutant hero.
Rachel Israel’s debut stars newcomers Brandon Polansky and Samantha Elisofon as two adults living with Autism who try to have a normal romantic relationship.
Agents of Shield actress Felisha Terrell and Girls Trip star Regina Hall also land recurring roles.
The studio hopes to mirror the success of horror films Mama and Lights Out, which both originated from short films.
Dano’s directorial debut, an adaptation of Richard Ford’s novel, received mixed reactions at Sundance.
Sony’s family film Peter Rabbit came in second place, followed by Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris.
Jordan Peele’s Get Out and James Ivory’s Call Me By Your Name scripts won the top film prizes while The Handmaid’s Tale continued its winning streak with two awards.
Awarded to screenwriter and original author of the source material, the USC Scripter has been given out since 1988. The film prize often is a herald for the WGA and Oscar winner in the adapted screenplay category.
Are this year’s unconventional nominees meant to stir things up from the norm or is there actual bias against certain actors and filmmakers because they’re such obvious choices?
Our first series of brief reviews of the Oscar-nominated shorts currently playing in 200 theaters across the country before Oscar night on March 4.
Having more immediate success with its Emmy-winning television series, many in their third, fourth and fifth seasons, will Netflix’s decision to release so much content on a weekly basis end up hurting the brand?