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Oscar-winning director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck will adapt Thorgal, a French-language Belgian comic book series created by Jean Van Hamme and graphic artist Grzegorz Rosinski from Le Lombard comics group.
Wynn Wygal, the Director of Development for Mad Chance Productions, is exiting the company to run Creed star Michael B. Jordan’s newly formed production shingle, Outlier, sources have confirmed to The Tracking Board.
The chocolate factory is opening its gates once again, as Warner Bros. has secured the rights to the Willy Wonka IP. Harry Potter producer David Heyman, who is also helping spur the studio’s now five-film spin-off franchise Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, will produce the reboot of the beloved character.
Paramount Pictures has picked up the film rights to the upcoming Jeff VanderMeer sci-fi novel, set to be published next spring by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Scott Rudin is attached to produce through his Scott Rudin Productions with Eli Bush.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore announced via his Twitter account on Tuesday that he will premiere his latest documentary at the IFC Center in New York on Tuesday evening. Following the free screening, the film will have a limited theatrical release at the IFC Center starting on October 19.
Leonardo DiCaprio has his eye on the latest non-fiction best-seller from author Beth Macy and will develop through his Appian Way shingle as a potential starring vehicle.
One of the world’s foremost celebrity environmental activists is set to produce a Captain Planet movie at Paramount, the studio with which the newly minted Oscar winner inked a first-look deal back in March. Jono Matt and Glen Powell are in negotiations to write the script based on the 1990s cartoon series, the first feature gig for both.
The blockbuster post-apocalyptic series based on the comic books by Robert Kirkman has been renewed for an eighth season. The news came as the network was airing a retrospective episode of the show on Sunday night.
Through the deal, HBO will have the first opportunity to option stories published on Finke’s new website Hollywood Dementia, which features fictional stories centered on the entertainment industry.
Heisserer is putting the finishing touches on the script, originally written by Daniel Casey. Cold in July helmer Jim Mickle is directing for STX Entertainment and producer Lawrence Grey.
The mega-producer behind the hit television series Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, and Mom has a new project on the horizon: an event series adaptation of the classic Tom Wolfe novel The Bonfire of the Vanities for Amazon.
At a Warner Bros. fan event in London on Thursday, Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling suggested that there will be at least five films in the spin-off franchise. The studio had initially announced a trilogy with the final film hitting theaters in 2020.
MTV is in the works with a contemporary drama series based on the H.G. Wells classic alien invasion novel. Teen Wolf series creator Jeff Davis will executive produce and staff writer Andrew Cochran is penning the pilot.
The highly-anticipated Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has a new trailer premiering tomorrow and ahead of the latest glimpse of the Gareth Edwards-directed stand-alone Star Wars film, Disney has released a new official poster.
The infamous writer-director of the cult classic has reunited with Greg Sestero for a new movie called Best F(r)iends. The story follows a man (Sestero) who meets a lonely mortician (Wiseau) who takes him on a wild journey.
The film tells a parallel story between ancient and modern times in which a young boy seeks revenge on his mother’s death and learns through his mentors that wisdom is the key to victory and not warfare.
The actor joins K.J. Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, and Ashleigh Murray in the contemporary adaptation of the classic Archie comics.
The first official teaser trailer for the highly anticipated John Wick: Chapter 2 dropped during New York Comic-Con over the weekend, along with some news about the action franchise.
The screenwriter behind the Hit List script Bubbles has sold his science fiction thriller to Fox 2000 with Josh Bratman of Immersive Pictures set to produce.