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Kelly Fitzpatrick has never experienced the so-called “luck of the Irish (think Melissa McCarthy/ Kate McKinnon).” Instead, while working sanitation at NYC’s St. Paddy’s Day parade, she embarrassingly runs into the love of her life, who’s engaged to her arch nemesis. However, thanks to her chance exchange with an exceedingly mean man—who claims to be a magical leprechaun—Kelly’s shocked to find he granted her Irish Super powers. She decides to use these powers to reel in the man of her dreams.
It’s 1992 and Steve Guttenberg is on the verge of a career breakthrough when he is accused of stealing $2 million from a famous director. As Steve tries to clear his good name, he uncovers a conspiracy to keep him from Hollywood’s most sought-after roles. This is a True Story.
Before The Huffington Post and Breitbart News, there was The Drudge Report. This is the story of how oddball internet reporter Matt Drudge broke the Lewinsky Scandal, and nearly took down a presidency, all from a desktop computer in his one-bedroom apartment in Hollywood.
Clooney was originally slated to play Colonel Cathcart, but that role will now go to Chandler. Clooney will instead play the supporting part of Scheisskopf, which gives him more time to focus on directing and producing.
Sandler will play a NYC cop who finally takes his wife (Aniston) on a long promised European trip. A chance meeting on the flight gets them invited to an intimate family gathering on the Super Yacht of elderly billionaire Malcolm Quince. When Quince is murdered, they become the prime suspects in a modern day whodunit.
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.
While the team at Annapurna has loved this project since the company first became involved with it several years ago, sources say Megan Ellison was wary about financing the film, given the hit the company took on Kathryn Bigelow’s underperforming drama Detroit.
Written and directed by Josh Trank (Fantastic Four), the film will cover Capone’s later years when he was suffering from dementia while in prison.
The 100 alum Tati Gabrielle joins Netflix’s Riverdale spinoff, Frequency star Peyton List boards Fox’s Gone Baby series, and Chuck‘s Ryan McPartlin signs on for a co-starring role opposite Jessica Alba in Bad Boys.
The new project from the writer/director of Me and You and Everyone We Know will begin filming in late May with July once again starring in it.
The Oscar-winner has most recently been seen on the small screen in WGN’s Bellevue, the Margaret Atwood adaptation of Alias Grace, and Amazon’s Electric Dreams.
The Italian filmmaker directed the Gomorrah TV series before taking over for Denis Villeneuve on the action-thriller sequel starring Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin.
In this family holiday musical, a cobblestone world comes to life in this tale of an embattled toymaker, his precocious granddaughter, and a magical invention that could change their lives forever — if they can get it to work in time for the holidays.
Gyllenhaal will play a financial reporter who travels to Rio de Janeiro to visit a wealthy friend (Cumberbatch), only to get sucked into a plot to fake his friend’s death.
Retired exploitation film director Doris Wishman lives in obscurity, spending her days working at a Miami sex shop and nights with her hilarious and heartbreaking family, until an avid fan shows her that her old movies still have some left in them, and Doris shows him that she does, too.
Virgil Williams is writing and executive the Universal TV drama which is set in Chicago.
The SNL alum is slated to play a scientists in Ruben Fleischer’s comic book movie, which will co-star Michelle Williams as a district attorney who may fall for Hardy’s Eddie Brock.
The Oscar-winning actress joins the cast of Scorsese’s crime-drama for Netflix, in which De Niro will play hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, who might have been responsible for Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance.
It’s been remarkable to see Williams’ career blossom since her Dawson’s Creek days, as she’s racked up four Oscar nominations for her work in Brokeback Mountain, Blue Valentine, My Week With Marilyn and Manchester by the Sea.
Plot details remain under wraps, but sources say the script was written by Guy Busick and Ryan Murphy, and describe it as being in the vein of Jordan Peele’s hit Get Out.