Category Archives: Attachments
Amy Schumer has been tapped to showcase her dramatic acting chops in the DreamWorks Pictures film, Thank You For Your Service. Adapted from the book of the same title by David Finkel, the film follows a group of U.S. soldiers adapting back to family and civilian life after returning from the war in Iraq.
A supernatural thriller about a terrifying entity that may be responsible for a string of mysterious disappearances in a small midwestern town.
The Oscar-nominated producer behind The Social Network and Syfy’s Childhood’s End has joined Universal’s long-in-development feature reboot of the original 1970s series.
Josh Gad will star in and produced feature comedy Heavy Duty, based on his original idea. The script was penned by writing duo Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit.
The two-time Hit List alum has been hired to pen the adaptation of S.K. Tremayne’s 2015 novel, The Ice Twins, for Alcon Entertainment. Adamson made waves last year with his spec Bubbles, which told the story of Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee.
Franco, Stewart, and Carter are circling the biopic about the fact-is-stranger-than-fiction story behind the hoax of JT LeRoy, a woman who pretended to be a man that identified as transgender, tricking the rich and famous in Hollywood, the fashion world, and elite literary circles.
Based on the true story behind the hoax of JT LeRoy, a woman who pretended to be a man who identifies as transgender, tricking the rich and famous in Hollywood, the fashion world, and elite literary circles.
The Amazon-set eco-thriller, The Last of my Tribe has tapped Yuval Adler as director. This will mark Adler’s second feature film after his critically acclaimed debut, Bethlehem.
Pablo Trapero has officially been tapped to take the reins of The Man in the Rockefeller Suit for Fox Searchlight Pictures. The Argentinian filmmaker recently received the Goya Award for best Ibero-American Film for El Clan.
Lupita Nyong’o is negotiations to star in sci-fi thriller Intelligent Life. Behind the camera, acclaimed director Ava DuVernay is circling the project with an offer likely to go out this week. The project hails from Amblin Entertainment and Big Beach Films.
Writing team Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger have been tapped to write Saw: Legacy, the eighth installment of the venerable horror franchise. James Wan, who directed the first Saw back in 2004, will serve as an executive producer on the film.
Pierce Brosnan has found his next leading role in a cinematic take on Ernest Hemingway’s novel Acorss The River And Into The Trees. Martin Campbell, who directed Brosnan in GoldenEye, will helm the adaptation.
Julie Delpy has signed on to join the ensemble cast of the the The Bachelors alongside J.K. Simmons. The comedic drama follows a widower, played by Simmons, and his 17-year-old son as they move from northern California to Los Angeles for a new start.
Brendan Gleeson is set to star in a new crime comedy entitled Mr. Cranky. Jonathan Teplitzky is attached to direct with a script from Chris Nyst.
Goldie Hawn might be coming back into the spotlight as Amy Schumer’s mother in the yet-to-be-titled comedy from 50/50 director Jonathan Levine.
Ed Helms and Amanda Seyfried have been tapped as the leads of the comedy, The Clapper. Dito Montiel is slated to adapt and direct the feature about a professional clapper for infomercials that gets 15 minutes of fame on a late night talk show.
The rising star best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen is on board for the romantic dramedy based on James Collins’s novel Beginner’s Greek.
Ethan Hawke has signed on to star in 24 Hours To Live. Sierra/Affinity will be handling international sales at the European Film Market in Berlin while CAA handles domestic rights.
Rosamund Pike is the latest A-list actress to circle the lead role of Guernsey, which also has Mike Newell in talks to direct.
Scott Mann has been tapped to direct the action thriller, Final Score. Written by brothers Keith and David T. Lynch, the is set during a major sporting event where the stadium is taken hostage by a group of heavily armed criminals demanding ransom.
Tatum and Gordon-Levitt are teaming with Wicked producer Marc Platt on the R-rated musical comedy following the misadventures of two pilots.
Heathcote has signed on for the second installment in the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise based on the best-selling books by E.L. James. She’ll play Leila, a former lover of Jamie Dornan’s Christian Grey.
Pitt will play the Laughing Man in the Rupert Sanders-directed live-action adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s beloved manga about a special ops cyborg (Johansson) who leads a counter-cyberterrorist organization.
James Franco is set to direct Zola Tells All, which is based on one of the biggest social media events from 2015.
Jonás Cuarón is set to helm a new film in storied Zorro franchise. No word yet on the story, but the Gravity scribe will write and direct a brand new take on the swashbuckling hero.
Hafthor Julius Björnsson, the massive behemoth of a man known for playing The Mountain on HBO’s Game of Thrones has been tapped to play the villain in Kickboxer: Retaliation.
Raid Dingue, a French police action-comedy, has set Dany Boon to helm the project. The film will shoot in France and Belgium later this month.
Brenton Thwaites is set to star in Office Uprising. The Exchange will launch sales of the zombie-action flick at the Berlin Film Festival.