When Lili and Alex Newley, a young couple looking for a fresh start, move into a house left to them by Lili’s estranged father, they find one hell of a pest problem: their new home is the battleground between two factions of evolved nanotechnology. Men in Black in tone.
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The original Valiant Comics character was created in 1992 with Deadpool director Tim Miller’s Blur Studios partner Dave Wilson directing from a script by Eric Heisserer (Arrival) with filming to begin in July.
The filmmaker behind the Oscar-nominated Kon-Tiki will direct the sci-fi thriller based on a script co-written with brother Andreas Rønning.
Written by Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins with revisions by Susanna Fogel and Katie Silberman, the comedy is about two high school seniors who realize they spent too much time studying and not enough time partying.
After directing “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” and already slated for a few other projects, the Norwegian filmmaker is being tapped to direct Angelina Jolie in the sequel to Disney’s global blockbuster.
After jokingly posting photos of men reading from around New York City, a young woman and her friends gain viral attention, and she decides to use her powers for the greater good to create a visual missed connections tool – becoming the anonymous Cupid the city needs.
Upcoming Kevin Costner-starrer Yellowstone is filling out its cast with Cole Hauser, Wes Bentley, and Kelly Reilly. The family drama hails from Oscar nominee Taylor Sheridan who penned and executive produces.
The story follows a young father who will stop at nothing to get home to his pregnant wife on the other side of the country following a mysterious apocalyptic event that turns the roads into mayhem.
After a less-than-great performance at the box office for his latest film, Baywatch director Seth Gordon is moving on to his next project. Middleton Media Group has tapped Gordon to helm their adaptation of Life in Rewind, based on the Terry Weible Murphy book.
Plot details of Sarah Rothschild’s pitch are being kept under wraps, but the title sure sounds like it ups the ante on the 1980 workplace comedy 9 to 5.
Williams and Chris Pine will play ex-lovers and veteran spies who reunite for dinner, where they reminisce about a failed mission, though it’s unclear whether Pine hopes to rekindle their romance or get to the bottom of a conspiracy.
Based on a book by Stephen King, the original 1984 movie starred Drew Barrymore as a young girl with pyrokinetic abilities who is kidnapped by a secret government agency that wants to use her as a weapon.
Hidden Figures writer-director Ted Melfi has sold the dark, holiday comedy El Camino Christmas to Netflix. Melfi wrote the script with Chris Wehner and has lined up a solid cast for the ensemble.
Sandler and Smigel co-wrote the script, which chronicles the hectic week leading up to a wedding between Sandler’s daughter and Rock’s son. Things could get interesting.
Gray has been vague regarding plot details but it is known that Pitt will play Roy McBride, an Army Corps engineer who embarks on a mission across the galaxy to discover the truth about his father, who disappeared in space 20 years earlier while searching for signs of alien life. But there’s more to it than that…
Amblin Entertainment is looking at Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales director Joachim Rønning to helm the upcoming adaptation of Michael Crichton novel Micro, the Tracking Board has confirmed The novel was the last from the Jurassic Park author before he died in 2008.
The Affair actor Brendan Fraser is returning to television to star opposite Max Irons and Mira Sorvino in Condor on AT&T Audience Network. The ten episodes series hails from MGM Television and Skydance TV.
Comedy Central is premiering a new weekly series, The President Show, starring and created by comedian Anthony Atamanuik as President Trump.
Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions will produce each film for Netflix, which boasts 93 million members worldwide and will release his new film Sandy Wexler on April 14.
Oscar-winning actor Adrien Brody has joined the cast of the BBC series Peaky Blinders and a Whedon alum has booked a three-episode arc on the CBS series Bull.
A new spec on classic princesses has hit the market and it’s a take on princesses like you have never seen before. Written by Nir Paniry and appropriately titled Princesses, the movie is being pitched as a female-driven Avengers starring all the classic princesses.