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Natalie Reyes (Lady, La Vendedora de Rosas) and Diego Boneta (Scream Queens) have also been cast to star in the film. Both Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger, two of the franchise staples, will return, joined by Mackenzie Davis from The Martian and Blade Runner 2049.
Hader is in talks to play the adult version of Jaeden Lieberher’s Bill, while McAvoy would play Finn Wolfhard’s Richie. Plans are to start filming in Toronto this July.
Director James Wan took to Twitter on Thursday to announce that Park is joining Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Dolph Lundgren and Oscar winner Nicole Kidman.
The story follows two young people in love who refuse to be defined by the obstacles that separate them, including a big one — they’re forbidden to touch.
Bell starred in STX Entertainment’s hit comedy Bad Moms and its 2017 sequel A Bad Moms Christmas with the Sid Karger-scripted Fantasy Camp returning her to her musical background from Frozen.
Johnson’s Hobbs and Statham’s Deckard Shaw are branching off from the blockbuster Universal franchise for a buddy action-comedy set in the same universe. Leitch’s Deadpool 2 opens next month.
The project will be based on the short story “We Have Always Lived on Mars” by Cecil Castellucci, which follows a woman who discovers she can breathe the air on Mars, upending her world and that of her fellow colonists.
Yen will play Commander Tung, a mentor, and teacher to Mulan. He joins previously announced cast member Liu Yifeil as the titular character.
The film centers on a long-married couple who test their relationship and face an uncertain future when the wife is unexpectedly diagnosed with breast cancer.
Garland’s wife, Paloma Baeza, will direct the film, which follows an American family who move into an old Victorian house in London and begin to believe it might be haunted.
It will the fourth collaboration between the husband-wife team after the upcoming comedy Life of the Party, as they make another movie from a script by The Boss writer Steve Mallory.
The controversial Toronto mayor was caught on camera smoking crack cocaine, and he died in early 2016 from cancer.
Dinklage will produce the comedy through his Estuary Films banner and is in talks to star in the comedy which presumably he will shoot after finishing Game of Thrones.
Christina Hodson will be starting from scratch on the project, and she’s a solid replacement, not just because she has already written the Batgirl character for Birds of Prey, but because she brings a much-needed female perspective to the film.
The prolific author’s short story first appeared in last year’s fantasy collection The Book of Swords, along with stories by George RR Martin, Robin Hobb and Garth Nix.
Having recently appeared with Sam Worthington, another Terminator vet, in Netflix’s The Titan, Boneta has been keeping busy since the end of Ryan Murphy’s Fox series.
Glenn Close and Jeff Bridges starred in the original 1985 thriller about a wealthy news publisher accused of his wife’s murder and the female lawyer he hires to help get him off the hook.
The writers of Battleship and the upcoming The Meg will write the family movie in which Bautista plays a CIA operative who gets paired with a 9-year-old girl.
The Oscar-nominated actor will also produce the adaptation of Kevin Wignall’s upcoming novel To Die in Vienna under his production company Nine Stories.
Rubin’s credits include directing episodes of Casual, SMILF, Grown-ish and Fresh Off the Boat as well as creating a number of popular webseries.
Jennifer Morrison is also in talks for the drama from the writer of Contagion and The Bourne Ultimatum that looks at the CIA’s interrogation procedures post-9/11.
The Red Sonja is a sword and sorcery comic-book heroine created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Barry Windsor for Marvel Comics in 1973.
Gish joins cast members Matt Smith as the notorious cult leader, Suki Waterhouse, Odessa Young, and Chace Crawford in the upcoming film from American Psycho director Mary Hannon.
George Tillman Jr. is directing the film, which is gearing up for reshoots in Atlanta. Those reshoots were deemed necessary after video surfaced of Lawley making racist remarks, and it’s sure hard to sell a topical movie like this one with that kind of cloud hanging over the film.
Jeremy Irvine from War Horse has also joined the cast of the directorial debut by Alice Waddington, which is currently filming in Spain.
Inspired by the Nancy Meyers movie What Women Want starring Mel Gibson, the new film finds Henson playing a sports agent who gains the ability to hear men’s thoughts and uses it to her advantage as she races to sign the NBA’s next superstar.
The star of the FX series Atlanta has been exploding in the last year with her role as Domino in Deadpool 2 likely to get her even more roles.
The John Krasinski-directed horror thriller opens for previews on Thursday night before taking on Ready Player One and Blockers over the weekend.