Browsing: Circle of Confusion
After losing his wife Elise in a car accident, Lewis Markham stumbles upon a device that lets him travel to a parallel universe, seemingly similar to his own. There he finds living versions of himself and his beloved Elise. Fueled by grief, Lewis manages to kidnap his double and successfully take over his life… for a while at least.
Project centers on the assassination attempt of President Ronald Reagan from three unique view points – those protecting, those investigating & those making power plays behind the scenes.
Project tells the true story of the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan (codename: Rawhide) in real time via multiple points of view – the Secret Service agents who tried to protect him, the officers investigating the shooter John Hinckley, and the Cabinet members engaged in a power struggle as they awaited Reagan’s fate.
Written by Zack Stentz (Thor), the premise involves four misfit teenagers, who become unlikely allies when their summer camp experience is cut short by an alien invasion.
Len Wiseman (Live Free or Die Hard) is set to produce and direct the action sequel, which will see Bruce Willis return once again as supercop John McClane, though the film is said to be an origin story of sorts.
Could this be a solo Kitty Pryde movie from the creative duo? Fox isn’t saying what “143” refers to although astute X-readers will know that issue focused on the phasing mutant hero.
The three-time Oscar nominee Dafoe will play the brother of a greedy developer who might be able to help Norton’s private eye solve the murder of his mentor.
Frank Langella, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Annabella Sciorra, and Jack Reynor all get attached to projects as series regulars.
The Neil Armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling has pulled together an impressive ensemble cast thanks to Chazelle’s street cred after directing two back-to-back Oscar-nominated movies.
The British actor is getting almost universal raves for his role as Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour, currently playing the festival circuit, and he also co-stars in Lionsgate’s The Hitman’s Bodyguard, which has been doing very well in theaters.
The in-demand director has already been signed to direct a live action retelling of The Little Mermaid for Universal, John Green’s Looking for Alaska at Paramount and a movie based on a James Wan graphic novel Malignant at Fox.
This script tells the little-known true story of First Lady Edith Wilson, who secretly functioned as acting President while her husband Woodrow was in a coma – unknown to Congress and the American people – and her fight to unify the globe with passage of the Treaty of Versailles.
The original 1988 comedy starred the late Corey Haim as a teen who takes his grandfather’s prized 1972 Cadillac out for a night on the town with his friend (Corey Feldman) — despite the fact that he failed his driver’s test. The joyride leads to all kinds of trouble, including a messy encounter with a young Heather Graham.
The success the comic creator has had with the AMC series and its spin-off, Fear the Walking Dead, has made Kirkman a hot commodity in the television space, and his deal with Amazon follows Netflix’s buying of comic creator Mark Millar’s Millarworld earlier this week.
John Kani (Black Panther’s father in Captain America: Civil War) will voice Rafiki, while Beyoncé is still believed to be Disney’s top choice for Nala.
Original pitch “The Steward” from Derek Kolstad has landed at Cristal Pictures. They will fully finance and produce with plans for the project to be the first installment of a potential franchise.
Insurgent and The Babysitter scribe Brian Duffield is reuniting with Awesomeness for the one-hour Olive Forever which has netted a pilot order from USA Network.
After a brief appearance in Brad Bird’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Michelle Monaghan is set to reprise her role as Julia Meade in Mission: Impossible 6. Writer-director Christopher McQuarrie confirmed the casting on his Instagram account.
Basil Iwanyk is returning to produce Chapter 3, though plot details are being kept somewhere inside the Continental Hotel. It’s wise of Lionsgate to keep this creative team intact, because in Hollywood, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!