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Los Angeles 1985 – a city gripped by fear – terrorized by a sociopathic serial killer whom the media have dubbed The Nightstalker. LA Times reporter, Romy Gibson, must decide how much she is willing to risk in order to stay ahead of the story, as tensions rise in a race to discover the killer’s identity before he strikes again. Inspired by real events.
Barret is a social media influencer, the worst guy ever, and the eventual President of the United States. Dixie is a badass freedom fighter, sent back from 2076 to kill him before he takes over the world and ruins the future. They fucking hate each other. Then they accidentally fall in love.
The director of Me and Earl and the Dying GIrl will helm the biopic about the Canadian owner of some of New York City’s most notorious nightclubs in the ’90s.
Celeste Ng’s book was optioned by Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine last year, who then brought it to Washington’s Simpson Street, and they brought on Liz Tigelaar (Casual) to adapt and act as showrunner for the series.
Ruth Ware’s best-selling novel is a suspense thriller about a woman attending the bachelorette party for her high school BFF she hasn’t seen in ten years.
The Narcos star will write and exec. produce the action-thriller based on his own original sci-fi concept.
The indie film follows a jailed genius (Freeman) who writes and sends chapters from a mysterious novel to an aspiring young writer (Eastwood), ensnaring him in a high-stakes ploy to recover $100 million in stolen diamonds.
Margot Robbie is in talks to play Sharon Tate, while Tarantino is still deciding between Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise for the other male lead, with the latter actor believed to have a slight edge.
Netflix is back in business with the writer-director of The Meyerowitz Stories, who has also cast Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie) in his next film.
The directorial debut by art photographer Gregory Crewdson was acquired by Focus earlier this year.
Roosevelt was a noted environmentalist who helped preserve countless forests and national parks, which may be why DiCaprio is so invested in playing the politician.
Warner Bros. is creating a new label that will expand the canon of DC properties to give the studio a bit more freedom in terms of storytelling, casting and last but not least, budget.
The arrangement gives Gosling access to financing and puts him on equal footing with contemporaries like Jake Gyllenhaal, whose company Nine Stories has a first-look production deal with Bold Films.
Scott Rudin and Eli Bush will produce Uncut Gems with Sebastian Bear-McClard and Oscar Boyson from Elara Pictures, while Hill’s Wolf of Wall Street collaborators Martin Scorsese and Emma Tillinger Koskoff will serve as executive producers.
The Tracking Board hears that Benicio del Toro is in negotiations to star opposite fellow Oscar winner Patricia Arquette in Escape at Clinton Correctional, an eight-episode limited series about the 2015 prison escape in upstate New York that Ben Stiller will direct for Showtime.
The Tracking Board has confirmed that British actor Jude Law will be taking up the mantle of Albus Dumbledore in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them sequel.
Tough as nails detective Philip Marlowe is hired by a beautiful blonde to find her ex-lover. As the case unfolds, Marlowe finds out that her ex-lover’s disappearance is part of a bigger mystery. As a result, he becomes wrapped up with one of the more powerful families in Bay Cities who are willing to go to any length’s to protect their fortune.
Described as a gritty revenge thriller, Ruin follows a nameless ex-Nazi captain who navigates the ruins of post-WWII Germany determined to atone for his crimes during the war by hunting down the surviving members of his former SS Death Squad.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them actor Colin Farrell is in negotiations to join Disney and Tim Burton’s upcoming live-action remake of Dumbo, the Tracking Board has confirmed.
Set in the small town of Bird’s Point, Missouri, the story is described as a taut revenge thriller set against the backdrop of a looming flood, though plot details beyond that are being kept under water.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them actor Colin Farrell is reuniting with Yorgos Lanthimos, his director from last year’s The Lobster, for an upcoming Amazon Studios limited series about the Iran-Contra scandal.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them actor Colin Farrell is currently in negotiations to co-star alongside recent SAG winner Denzel Washington in Inner City from writer and director Dan Gilroy.