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CAA is out with THE KITCHEN SINK by Jaquie Brown. A grieving woman finds love and a reason to live when she pulls a clump of hair from her kitchen sink and it becomes a man. But when she discovers that there are more men where he came from and their intentions are evil, she must summon the courage to destroy the one thing that made her happy to save everyone she loves.
Following up on his Top 50 placement in the 2018 Launch Pad Features Competition as well as his selection to…
Fledgling writer Samuel Liston is enlisted by Floyd Deveraux – the enigmatic, middle-aged father of two – to pen his biography. But the circumstances that lead up to this arrangement in the first place are quite astonishing, and efforts to write the biography are quickly stymied by ensuing chaos.
Focuses on an extraordinary group of working class housewives from Love Canal, New York who took on the government and the chemical industry in the 70s. With no training or support, they got the President himself to move their families from homes built on lots where massive amounts of toxic chemicals had been dumped.
Nina, a public administrator for the city of New York, can’t shake the sense that there’s a pattern connecting a series of seemingly natural deaths across the five boroughs. What she discovers is a murderer who has come back from the future and a trail of bodies for which she bears a bizarre, time-twisting responsibility.
An outcast Uber driver leads a double life of “Creeping”; the phenomena of breaking into, and then existing in, people’s houses while they are still at home and unaware. But when he witnesses something he shouldn’t have seen during one of his “Creeps,” his secret world unravels around him and he’s forced to face his past in order to protect the very people that he’s been creeping on.
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.
With her partner bleeding out, Sgt. Patricia Walker must form an unlikely alliance with an Imam to survive in a terrorist occupied Syrian village. But as they work to facilitate a rescue, neither of them know if they can hold up their end of the bargain.
Directed by Stephen Gaghan (Syriana), production for the Universal release has already begun in London with Downey joined by Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Harry Collett and Jim Broadbent.
Bill Skarsgård and Maika Monroe play amateur criminals who break into a suburban home to discover the dark secret of the homeowners, whom Sedgwick and Donovan will play.
The film, in which Roberts plays the ghost, is adapted by A Monster Calls writer Patrick Ness from Vera Brosgol’s Eisner-winning graphic novel.
Justin Rhodes, writer of the Terminator reboot, will adapt Christian Cantrell’s self-published 2010 short story about a CIA analyst trying to solve a series of seemingly random murders.
Pattinson and Robert Eggers nearly worked together once before, as we heard the director wanted to cast him alongside Anya Taylor-Joy in his Nosferatu remake. We’re glad the duo were able to find a project to work on together, as they strike us as a strong fit on paper.