Category Archives: Attachments
Peter Landesman’s political spy thriller, Felt has added more names to its growing all-star cast.
The two will play a single mother and a criminal father on a road trip in the dramedy written and directed by Shana Festa.
Ewan McGregor is in talks to star in the Michael Sucsy-directed drama Don’t Make Me Go. The film follows a single father with a fatal brain tumor who takes his teenage daughter on a road trip to find his mother who abandoned him.
Sarah Snook is in talks to join the cast of Lionsgate’s The Glass Castle based Jeanette Walls’s best-selling memoir about her life in a nomadic family with an alcoholic father and unbalanced mother.
Penelope Cruz is set to play a traveling saleswoman on the run who scams her way into staying in hotel rooms and has a particular passion for swimming in their pools.
Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander will star as Lara Croft in the forthcoming reboot of the action-adventure series Tomb Raider, it was announced Thursday.
Paul Rudd is taking a dramatic turn to star in The Catcher Was A Spy. The film’s script was adapted by Robert Rodat from the book by Nicholas Dawidoff.
STX Entertainment and the Jim Henson Company may have found their lead for The Happytime Murders as Jamie Foxx is in early negotiations to join the film. The film is a hybrid of live-action and puppets.
Michael Pena and Uzo Aduba are in talks for voice roles for the My Little Pony movie. They would join previously cast Emily Blunt and Kristin Chenoweth.
The cast of The Dark Tower continues to expand as Katheryn Winnick and Fran Kranz join Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey in Sony’s adaptation of the classic Stephen King series.
The Office co-creator Stephen Merchant boards Wolverine 3 in an unspecified role. He joins Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Boyd Holbrook and Richard E. Grant in the latest installment of the beclawed superhero.
Terry Rossio and Dr. Jocelyn Stamat have acquired the rights to Callous Disregard: Autism And Vaccines, as well as the life rights of its controversial author, Dr. Andrew J. Wakefield.
Martin Scorsese may have found his next project in the George Washington biopic The General, which would find The Wolf of Wall Street director re-teaming with Red Granite Pictures.
The Boy screenwriter has signed on to write the script for the Warner Bros. live action remake of Dennis the Menace.
Famous George W. Bush impersonator Will Ferrell is looking to take on a different Commander in Chief: President Ronald Reagan. Ferrell is attached to play the lead in Reagan, which tells the story of his second term in office when he starts to show signs of dementia.
The Ready Player One star and The Witch breakout have boarded the indie drama from Oscar winners Nat Faxon and Jim Rash.
The Jekyll & Hyde actor joins Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Boyd Holbrook for the third installment of the X-Men spin-off movie.
After winning the lead role in Starz’ miniseries The White Princess, she is now joining the cast of Steven, the biopic about iconic British singer Morrissey.
Glen Powell is set to star opposite Game of Thrones’s Emilia Clarke in the forthcoming romantic comedy Set It Up. The story follows two overworked assistants who attempt to set up their horrible bosses with each other to make their jobs a little easier.
Sylvia Hoeks has signed on to the growing cast of the untitled Blade Runner sequel. The Dutch actress will join Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista, and Ana De Armas.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens breakout star Daisy Ridley has landed a role in the adaptation of Alyson Richman’s novel, The Lost Wife.
Melton and Dunstan have been tapped to rewrite Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow’s sci-fi action spec Metronome, formerly known as World War X.
The Ice Beneath Her by Camilla Grebe has landed at New Line Cinema with Andrew Lazar attached to produce. This is Grebe’s first solo outing having teamed up on previous works.
Sarah Paulson has been tapped to join the cast of Rebel in the Rye, the upcoming J.D. Salinger biopic written and directed by Emmy award-winning Danny Strong.
Sony is planning to bring the popular books series back to the bring screen as they announce Goosebumps 2 is in development. They are currently closing deals for director Rob Letterman and scribe Darren Lemke to reteam on the project.
The Bob Byington-directed Infinity Baby is looking to cast Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, and Kieran Culkin. The three are currently in negotiations to topline the comedy.
Sherlock Holmes 3 has brought in James Coyne for rewrites. The sequel reteams Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, and director Guy Ritchie.
Elliott Gould and Jemaine Clement are set to play father and son in the feature film Humor Me from writer director Sam Hoffman. Ingrid Michaelson, Bebe Neuwirth, and Annie Potts have also been cast.