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Star Wars – The Force Awakens‘ Andy Serkis has been confirmed as producer, director and star of the Rumplestiltskin remake Steelskin from Fox. Hossein Amini has been tapped to write the script.
Butterfield will now star in the comedy as a young grim reaper caught between the land of the living and oblivion. Stanley Tucci and Flight of the Conchords/What We Do in the Shadows star Jemaine Clement have also joined the cast.
After months of various reports speculating who the female lead will be in Rian Johnson’s Star Wars Episode VIII, it seems Disney has finally decided on Belle‘s Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
Tom Holland has joined the cast of director James Gray’s The Lost City of Z, based on David Grann’s best-selling book. The film, which also stars Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson, is being produced by Brad Pitt.
The Kingsman: The Secret Service star is set to appear as a journalist investigating the gruesome case of a priest convicted of murdering a nun after performing an exorcism on her.
A fictional account of the true story of when two enemies in Northern Ireland — staunch evangelical Protestant Ian Paisley and former leader of the IRA Martin McGuinness — who are forced to take a short car ride together, eventually putting their differences aside and becoming legendary friends.
The film takes place in the 70’s with Leatherface as a teenager, and stars Stephen Dorff as Hal Hartman, an officer that takes on the investigation to track down the title character.
YA novel My Lady Jane is hot on the market, with sources confirming that Holly Frederick of Curtis Brown Ltd is out to three interested producers, with the potential of going wide.
Another A-lister joins the impressive cast of Disney’s musical.
A round-up of this week’s TV sales, pick-ups, attachments, and renewals.
Up-coming British actor joins Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, and Michael Caine in new Lionsgate heist sequel.
Adam Brody, Cicely Tyson, and Elizabeth McGovern added to the cast of “Showing Roots.”
Purnell is in talks to join Eva Green in the fantasy adaptation.
Logline: The story follows upstairs couple Kate and Justin, who are expecting their first baby, and Jon and Teresa who move in downstairs and are also expecting a child. In contrast to Kate, Teresa is full of joy at the prospect of imminent motherhood. Pregnancy brings the women together in shared confidence, until one night a joint dinner begins to reveal all is not as it seems with the ones below.