It’s based on the true story of the Isabel Gardner Museum Heist in Boston, which is the single biggest property crime in the history of the United States.
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Mortensen will play Tony Lip, an Italian-American bouncer who in 1962 was hired to drive Dr. Don Shirley (Ali), one of the world’s finest jazz pianists, on a concert tour from New York City through the pre-Civil Rights era Deep South.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker behind the animated short film Feast will work from a screenplay by Emma Needell with Anonymous Content producing.
Carmen Ejogo joins Mahershala Ali in Season 3 of HBO’s True Detective to solve a crime in the Ozarks.
The generally humorous character was a regular member of X-Factor and previously appeared in “X-Men: The Last Stand,” played by Eric Dane.
The premium cable network rounds out the cast of its Stephanie Danler adaptation opposite Ella Purnell in the lead role.
Craig Sweeny will write it, Marc Webb to direct the pilot and Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin on board as exec. producers for new crime-drama with a sci-fi twist.
Channing Tatum is still slated to play Marvel’s popular cajun mutant Remy LeBeau from the “X-Men” comics, but at one point, this spin-off movie was scheduled to be released today.
Good Universe has picked up the rights and 21 Laps (“Arrival,” “Stranger Things”) will co-produce the science fiction film.
While house-hunting, Amy is stunned to discover a house identical to her childhood dollhouse, down to the wallpaper and chipped grandfathers clock inside — but when she moves in, the house exerts a hold on Amy’s young daughter that leads the family down a path of ghosts, murder, and madness.
In the true story, the recent Emmy winner for The Handmaid’s Tale will play a woman who discovers an underground group of women who provide safe abortions pre-Roe v. Wade.
Since the box office smash debuted earlier this summer, it appeared a given that Jenkins would return to helm the follow-up with reports saying that she was already working on a script with Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.
Jeremy Saulnier, the director of Blue Ruin and Green Room has come on to executive produce and direct alongside series creator Nic Pizzolatto.
Director Victor Levin (5 to 7) wrote the original script, which follows two miserable and unpleasant wedding guests who develop a mutual affection despite themselves.
The actors originally played the Plummers, friends to Denzel Washington’s Robert McCall, in the 2014 crime thriller hit based on the eighties television show, which starred the late Edward Woodward.
Pullman will play the 41st Vice President, Nelson Rockefeller who served under President Gerald Ford from 1974 to 1977, and previously as the 49th Governor of New York.
Filming for Maniac recently began in New York. The dark comedy will consist of 10 episodes for Netflix.
With plans to start production in the fall, the Tim Story-directed action film brings together the stars of the two previous Shaft movies, including the 1971 action classic, starring Richard Roundtree.
Having set a number of box office records for a female filmmaker, including biggest opening and global box office gross, the Monster director is looking for a similar payday as a male director would get for the sequel to such an enormous blockbuster hit.
The project actually doubles as a reunion of sorts between Lathan and screenwriter Gina Prince-Bythewood, who previously worked together on Love & Basketball.
The filmmakers behind two Captain America movies and the two upcoming Avengers films will team with the Oscar-nominated director of The Imitation Game for an adaptation of Mohsin Hamid’s acclaimed novel.
Simon Kinberg is producing the adaptation of William Gibson’s landmark novel, and the studio will soon hire a screenwriter to adapt the book.
Nellie Bly – a fiery, young journalist – is hired by Joseph Pulitzer in the late 1880s to feign insanity and go undercover as a patient into the notorious Women’s Lunatic Asylum on Blackwell Island. Once committed, she finds herself fighting her own rapid onset of madness as well as the doctors’ suspicions of her true identity.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins and the film’s male lead Chris Pine are reuniting for the six-episode limited drama One Day She’ll Darken. TNT announced at their TCA panel they had given the project a straight-to-series order, with Jenkins attached to direct the pilot and Pine set to star in all six installments.
Given the other Bermuda Triangle projects in the works around town, including one at Skydance from director Sam Raimi, Universal is understandably keeping plot details surrounding Esmail’s take under wraps.