The Tracking Board’s Daily Debrief (10.26.17)


“Girls” Duo Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner to Adapt and Produce “Genuine Fraud” for Lionsgate (Exclusive)

E. Lockhart’s New York Times bestseller is described as a psychological suspense novel that challenges preconceptions about identity.


rubenostlundTNRuben Östlund Addresses the Monkey in the Room in His Dark Comedy “The Square” (Interview)

Sweden’s Oscar entry already won the Palme D’Or at Cannes, and U.S. audiences will finally have a chance to see it after a lengthy festival run.


What’s on the Table if The Weinstein Company Sells or Closes Up Shop?

A look at all the movies in development, production or post-production at the company, which is reeling from the Harvey Weinstein scandal.


More News from Around the Web

  • FX has ordered the financial comedy Compliance with Scott Rudin among the executive producers. Series will center on the SEC compliance officer at powerful Wall Street firm. (Variety)

  • NBC and Jennifer Lopez are teaming up on the dance troupe comedy A Step Away. The project hails from Young & Hungry creator David Holden and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas. (Deadline)

  • Hulu is in the works on an adaptation of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man. The work was a winner of the National Book Award in 1953. (Variety)

  • Aiden Gillen has booke the lead role in Blue Book on the History Channel. The series is executive produced by Robert Zemeckis. (Deadline)

  • Shooter actor Josh Stewart has joined Mustang from Focus Features. The film stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Gideon Adlon, Susan Sarandon, and Bruce Dern. (Variety)

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