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While the announcement a few weeks back may have seemed like an unconventional choice, that might actually make O’Connor the better choice.
Filmmaker Peter Nicks spent two years tailing the police department as they dealt with scandals and controversy in the face of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
With Warner Bros’ “It” killing at the box office and other 2017 horror hits like Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” and Shyamalan’s “Split,” it seems like more than a coincidence.
Warners’ The LEGO Ninjago Movie not doing nearly as well and is likely to end up in third place to It in its third weekend.
While the Bradley Cooper-directed remake moves earlier to the summer of ’18, Robbie’s star turn as Tonya Harding will get a ’17 release in NY and LA to qualify for awards.
Engelson’s ex-wife Meghan Markle is currently dating Prince Harry, and the fictional premise of show involves a divorced man whose ex-wife marries into the British Royal family.
The psychological thriller from the makers of “Spring” premiered at Tribeca and will play at Fantastic Fest starting on Sunday.
Based on Julia Heaberlin’s Ballantine novel, Lurie adapted the psychological thriller with author and wife Kyra Davis with plans to co-produce via his Battleplan Productions.
The book, which won’t be published until June 2018, created an intense bidding war for the property, and the cable network gave it a straight-to-series order.
The Oscar-nominated filmmakers of Little Miss Sunshine tackle the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) & Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell).
The Stephen King adaptation finally has some competition from Matthew Vaughn’s action sequel and the latest LEGO family film, as well as the horror flick Friend Request.
The duo’s feature film The Incredible Jessica James premiered at Sundance in Jan. and was picked up to stream on Netflix.
Analyzing sixteen of the movies at this year’s TIFF said to be “based on true stories” to see which ones are worth seeing, which ones have Oscar chances and most of all, which ones you can believe were really true stories.
Anderson’s first film since his 2014 Oscar-winning The Grand Budapest Hotel is also his first animated film since 2009’s Oscar-nominated The Fantastic Mr. Fox. It will be released on March 31, 2018.
Warwick Thornton’s Western set in the Australian Outback premiered at TIFF as part of the Platform section and won the jury-selected award in that section. It stars Hamilton Morris, Ewen Leslie and Sam Neill.
The Agatha Christie adaptation directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot and co-starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Penelope Cruz, Daisy Ridley and Judi Dench, it opens on Nov. 10.
The director of KIck-Ass and X-Men: First Class explains why he decided to do a sequel and move the story to America with the Statesmen and a female villain, played by Julianne Moore.
Written by Joe Barton (Humans) and directed by David Bruckner (The Signal, Southbound), the film follows four friends hiking through the Scandinavian wilderness.
The subject of the 2016 documentary Nuts! and Pope Brock’s 2008 non-fiction book convinced people that he could cure impotence with a rather odd procedure.
The Dec. 8 comedy directed by Ron Shelton (Tin Cup) pits the two veteran actors against each other at a Palm Springs retirement home.
The doc, which just premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, will stream globally on the network starting this Friday, Sept. 22.
True stories such as Battle of the Sexes, Darkest Hour and The Disaster Artist reigned supreme at TIFF, where The Killing of a Sacred Deer also made a strong impression.
Co-producer Sean Sorenson’s spec script We Interrupt this Program will go behind the scenes of the War of the Worlds broadcast that panicked the nation.
Mexican filmmaker Isaac Ezban (The Similars) will direct the adaption by Ben Poole with Ehren Kruger and Daniel Bobker (The Ring) producing.
The acclaimed indie filmmaker talks about the inspirational true story of Boston Marathon victim Jeff Bauman, directing Danny McBride’s Vice Principals and remaking Halloween.
The thriller co-starring Chloe Grace Moretz is about a pair of college-bound lovers who try to solve the death of their classmate.
Its estimated $60 million is a record 2nd weekend for an R-rated movie, but it’s also higher than the Sept. opening record.