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The assistant to a famous singer attempts to transform into her boss.
An ambitious CIA officer’s life is flipped when he learns that the notorious assassins he’s hunting are his future mother and father-in-law.
Broken Road Productions, Unique Features, and Alexa Faigen are all among the producers taking this into studios!
The untold true story about the rivalry between painting gurus Bill Alexander and Bob Ross; after Alexander’s long-running show “The Magic of Oil Painting” was cancelled by PBS and replaced with Ross’s show “The Joy of Oil Painting,” Alexander accused the soft-spoken, afro’d Ross of stealing his act, inciting a bitter dispute that changed the lives of both men forever. AMADEUS set in the world of 1980s TV painting culture.
Lawrence Grey, DeVon Franklin, Bill Gerber & Matt Tolmach amongst the producers taking this one into every studio!
When his plane is shot down over Hanoi at the height of the Vietnam War, Lieutenant Commander John McCain fights to survive as a POW at the infamous “Hanoi Hilton” prison.
Story details are being kept under wraps, but the project is being pitched as a fresh, contained, high concept twist on the vampire genre in the vein of Panic Room and 30 Days of Night.
Two teenagers discover their recently-deceased father was actually a time traveler from the future, and using the clues he left behind, they must step through a portal and enter the secret world of licensed time travel, and complete their father’s mission before his enemies destroy the fabric of the universe.
Follows the rise of a Bangaluru driver from the lower caste society of India to becoming a successful chauffeur and businessman, not always using legal means.
The acclaimed indie filmmaker behind Man Push Cart and 99 Homes tackles the India-based rags-to-riches crime-drama with hopes to start filming in India later this year.
In the town of Sparrow, Oregon, hree sisters drowned in 1822 for being witches inhabit the bodies of three girls to lure boys to their deaths. 17-year old Penny Talbot wants to make sure her new boyfriend Bo Carter doesn’t become their latest victim.
Jason Sudeikis tries to reconnect with his photographer father (Harris) as the two go on a road trip with his assistant (Elizabeth Olsen) to develop the last of his photos shot on Kodachrome film
East Coast Editor Edward Douglas opines about the fact that sometimes having too many options means you’ll never have time to watch some of the less-publicized content.
Written by Zack Stentz (Thor), the premise involves four misfit teenagers, who become unlikely allies when their summer camp experience is cut short by an alien invasion.
Filmmaker Akiva Goldsman will put together a prestigious writers’ room in order to create a number of feature films out of Liefeld’s characters, including Brigade and Bloodstrike.
Based on the career of female bodyguard Jacquie Davis, the film was produced under West End Films’ WeLove brand, which looks to develop and promote films by and for women.
The second season of the popular series will follow the 2nd season of Jessica Jones, which premieres on Thursday, March 8.
Toby Stephens, Molly Parker and Parker Posey star in the remake of the Irwin Allen show from the ’60s which became popular through constant reruns.
The Emmy-winning show has showcased many talented directors and actors over its first four seasons, but there’s no word if Season 5 will premiere this year or next.
Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are producing the vigilante superhero movie with a plot that’s being kept under wraps.
The storyline is currently under wraps but is said to feature a new kind of vigilante hero.
The storyline is under wraps but is said to follow a criminal who, instead of serving a prison sentence, has his memories erased.
Netflix will release the acclaimed Sundance award-winning film starring Chanté Adams on March 23.
The animated take on Jack London’s classic tale of fiction and the psychological thriller starring Andrea Riseborough are both expected to be released this year.
Having more immediate success with its Emmy-winning television series, many in their third, fourth and fifth seasons, will Netflix’s decision to release so much content on a weekly basis end up hurting the brand?