The film follows a young German boy who doesn’t quite fit in with his peers, prompting him to turn to an imaginary friend for advice during a stressful period in history. The catch? The imaginary friend (Waititi) looks like Adolf Hitler.
The subversive feature takes its cues from the current political climate in America and aggressive nature of right versus the left, taking it to a more extreme and violent level.
The film follows a young actress who is on the London subway system on July 7, 2005, when terrorists attack the carriage she is traveling in.
The film is being described as a modern-day fairy-tale including laughter and romance and will chart the story of a group of people going through the worst crises of their lives. An opulent Russian restaurant in New York City will provide much of the movie’s backdrop.
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.
Mendes will play Shelby Pace, a beautiful, fashionable, private school student who is bored by her wealthy male suitors.
The film follows a rising film executive who lives according to the voice in her head, until unexpectedly realizing the truth… It’s been lying about everything.
Oscar-winning actor Lupita Nyong’o will produce and play Noah’s mother in the film based on the South African comedian’s book.
The story follows a screenwriter who takes his wife and daughter to a remote house in the Alps so he can finish writing a sequel to his big hit movie. And then, as in The Shining, unexplained occurrences prompt the writer to begin going mad.
The creator and star of the British sitcom Bad Education and the corresponding film of the same name will play Blunt’s brother in the action-adventure film that was inspired by the theme park ride of the same name.
Rodriguez also voices the role in an animated series being produced by Netflix for release in 2019 with owner Houghton Mifflin Harcourt planning a new series of books and games to coincide.
Coming off the Winston Churchill drama for which Gary Oldman won an Oscar, Wright will either direct this or a movie based on John Williams’ Stoner next.
Gary Scott Thompson (The Fast and the Furious) penned the original spec, which has since been rewritten by Run All Night scribe Brad Inglesby. Storyscape Entertainment is producing with Pioneer Pictures.
Based on the Shakespeare plays Henry IV and Henry V, this will be the third collaboration between Edgerton and Michơd since first teaming for 2010’s Animal Kingdom.
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.
Actor-comedian Sinbad is headed to the small screen for Fox’s comedy pilot Rel. Joining him is Jessica “Jess Hilarious” Moore who replaces previously cast Angel Laketa Moore. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
Kathy Bates did not appear in the last season as she was in the midst of filming her Netflix comedy series Disjointed. Bates and Sarah Paulson have both received Emmy wins for their team ups with executive producer Ryan Murphy in the past.
The show stars Neil Patrick Harris and is based on the popular children series by Lemony Snicket. Williams will guest star in the upcoming third season which will be the show’s last.
The studio has picked up the spec from Madison Turner and set Joby Harold and Tory Tunnell of Safehouse Pictures to produce alongside Jordan’s Outlier Society.
Written by writing partners Leon Hendrix and Ajani Jackson, the script is set in 1960s Chicago and deals with an attempt to destroy the Civil Rights movement from the inside.
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.
This seems like the kind of superhero movie that could be made by anyone, not material that’s crying out to be turned into an Ava DuVernay movie — whatever that means, these days.
Frank and Mangold recently shared an Oscar nomination with Michael Green for their work on the Fox superhero blockbuster retiring Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
The reboot of the Japanese horror hit will be written and directed by Nicolas Pesce, whose Eyes of my Mother was a disturbing and chilling debut that received quite a bit of critical acclaim.