Category Archives: Attachments
Jamie Foxx is set to bring to life Biggz, a streetwise mouse, in the animated feature Groove Tails, which he’ll produce with Imprint Entertainment and AMBI.
Ellen Page is currently in negotiations to star in a remake of the 1990 film that starred Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon and Keifer Sutherland.
Straight Outta Compton‘s F. Gary Gray is at the head of the short list to direct the eighth installment of the hugely successful Fast & Furious franchise for Universal.
Our sources confirm that Aniston has just become attached to the dramedy, which was to reunite her with her Marley & Me director David Frankel, though Frankel is now falling off the project.
Paul Dano, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kelly MacDonald, and Bill Nighy are all poised to join Tilda Swinton in Korean Snowpiercer director Bong Joon-ho’s next film.
Channing Tatum and the Weinstein Company have brought in Mike Vukadinovich to adapt YA novel Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick.
The writer of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is in negotiations now to write and direct the feature adaptation of The Flash set to premiere in early 2018.
Voight joins Eddie Redmayne, who leads a cast consisting of Alison Sudo, Dan Fogler, Ezra Miller, Faith Wood-Blagrove, Katherine Waterston, Jenn Murray, and Samantha Morton. Fantastic Beasts, which began production in August, follows Redmayne’s Scamander as he travels to NYC documenting magical creatures and encountering fellow wizards.
Flight of the Conchords and What We Do in the Shadows director Taika Waititi is in talks to helm Marvel’s phase 3 Thor film.
The team that just brought us the amazingly successful The Visit is ready to go again, and this time they brought James McAvoy to star.
The film based on the hugely popular game series from Ubisoft is getting two new amazing cast members. No word on their roles, but both actors would make great friends or foes.
While the logline is under wraps, Lovejoy’s psychological thriller pitch has been in a fierce bidding war, with Universal coming out on top and getting Joseph Gordon-Levitt to star and executive produce.
Studio 8 has picked up the rights to the story of “White Boy” Rick Wershe, who worked undercover for the police to try and bring down drug dealers, but in an odd twist of fate was arrested and sentenced to life in prison for cocaine trafficking.
New Line Cinema and the creator of Saw have signed on to produce Keith Donohue’s 2014 novel about an autistic boy who brings the monsters that he draws to life.
Former The Vampire Diaries star Dobrev will be making her next move to the big screen on the indie coming-of-age dramedy starring Asa Butterfield and Game of Thrones‘s Maisie Williams.
Davis joins Hamm and Lois Davis, with whom she starred in the original play’s premiere in Los Angeles, in the sci-fi dramedy about holographic relatives and failing memory.
Russell Crowe is set to star as Captain James Riley in IM Global’s In Sand and Blood, which recounts the terrifying true story of when a shipwrecked captain and his crew were forced into slavery and tortured in the Western Sahara.
Nat Wolff, the hot up-and-coming actor who recently appeared in the teen dramedy Paper Towns, is currently in negotiations to star in Warner Bros. adaptation of the cult manga series Death Note.
The Kingsman director is set to take on the story of Pilgrim, a spy who is said not to exist, as he comes out of retirement to investigate a possible terrorist attack on American soil.
Sarah Chalke and Cameron Esposito will play a couple raising their young son in the latest holiday-themed film from Garry Marshall. This is the latest casting notice in a long line of A-list stars who have recently joined the film.
Warner Bros. is remaking the hacker thriller Who Am I: No System Is Safe, with David Goyer and Kevin Turen leading the charge, producing under their Phantom Four banner. Goyer is also in talks to helm the pic, which follows a dangerous group of hackers.
Hendricks joins the schoolyard comedy, which already boasts Charlie Day, Ice Cube and the return of Tracy Morgan after being injured in a car accident over a year ago.
Taking over the part originally played by Richard Burton in the first film adaptation of this novel, Sam Claflin is planning to take care of Rachel Weisz in this new remake from Roger Michell.
Sigourney Weaver joins just about the entire original cast in the new Ghostbusters reboot. Will Rick Moranis be next to join the cameo list?
Like a cinematic cherry on top of the treat that is this cast, Kong: Skull Island has cast John Goodman as the leader of the ill-fated expedition to the giant ape’s home turf.
Harrelson is locked, and Sedgwick is in talks, to play parental figures in one of the more complex coming-of-age comedies in recent years. How do you deal with a friend and a sibling getting together?
Rising helmer Paul King, who recently made waves directing the hit Paddington adaptation, is now in talks to tackle Warner Bros.’ animated musical Meet The Beatles, a film that will utilize songs from The Beatles’ entire discography.
While not much is known about the plot of Colin Trevorrow’s next film, we can now confirm that the cast will be phenomenal. All of these actors have been having a great year–and it looks like it just got even better.
Billy on the Street creator Billy Eichner is now moving in to Neighbors 2. The 2014 original’s stars Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron, Dave Franco, Carla Gallo, and Ike Barinholtz are all returning for another college comedy pitting Rogen and Byrne’s young parents against a group of ruthless students.
The young actress continues her streak of choice roles over the last few years by nabbing the part of Francis O’Connor’s daughter in the upcoming The Conjuring sequel that will follow the story of the Enfield Poltergeist.