Julie Delpy has signed on to join the ensemble cast of the the The Bachelors alongside J.K. Simmons. The comedic drama follows a widower, played by Simmons, and his 17-year-old son as they move from northern California to Los Angeles for a new start.
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Goldie Hawn might be coming back into the spotlight as Amy Schumer’s mother in the yet-to-be-titled comedy from 50/50 director Jonathan Levine.
Ed Helms and Amanda Seyfried have been tapped as the leads of the comedy, The Clapper. Dito Montiel is slated to adapt and direct the feature about a professional clapper for infomercials that gets 15 minutes of fame on a late night talk show.
Rosamund Pike is the latest A-list actress to circle the lead role of Guernsey, which also has Mike Newell in talks to direct.
Hafthor Julius Björnsson, the massive behemoth of a man known for playing The Mountain on HBO’s Game of Thrones has been tapped to play the villain in Kickboxer: Retaliation.
Jake Gyllenhaal’s film, Stronger has found a home at Bold Films. The company will produce and finance the project about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
It’s morphin’ time for Elizabeth Banks! The Hunger Games actress has signed on to star as the villainous alien witch, Rita Repulsa in the movie adaptation of Power Rangers.
Leonardo DiCaprio is about to dig into the YA adaption movie game with Sandcastle Empire. Written by Kayla Olson, the story is set in 2049 when climate change has taken the best of Earth with coastal flooding and overpopulation.
Audiences love a good underdog movie. Sometimes those movies are genuinely tear-jerking, while other times they’re smothered in so much cheese that they become unintentional parodies of the genre. Eddie The Eagle straddles the line between the two.
Megan Mullally is set to bring the funny in the upcoming Fox comedy, Why Him. The Will and Grace alum joins Bryan Cranston and James Franco for the movie directed and co-written by John Hamburg. Mullally will play Barb Fleming, wife to Cranston’s Ned.
The sequel to the massively successful Creed is slowly becoming a reality as MGM is circling a release date of November 2017. The spin-off of the boxing franchise was a hit among audiences and critics and also earned Sylvester Stallone his first Golden Globe win as Rocky Balboa.
This week the Cloud 9 crew had a lot to handle: a death in the store, a shoplifter who refused to confess, and the growing pains of pre-teen girl’s adolescence…otherwise known as “what to do (and what not to do) when a girl gets her first period.” Better still, it’s the first episode of Superstore where we finally feel the heartfelt camaraderie of the team.
The Golden Globes is a celebration of movies and television that the masses wish they could attend. With Ricky Gervais returning as host, many of this year’s attendees remained on high alert to whether or not they will be the butt of one his jokes — and that is exactly what this year’s ceremony was about: the jokes.
Wesley Snipes has joined Natalie Burn to produce 59 Rows of Teeth, an action drama penned by the original Point Break screenwriter, Peter Iliff.
Matthew Morrison has landed a recurring role on CBS’ The Good Wife alongside Julianna Margulies. The former Glee star will play Connor Fox, the AUSA responsible for imprisoning the last four Illinois Governors.
William Doyle’s latest book, PT 109: An American Epic of War, Survival, and the Destiny of John F. Kennedy, is a harrowing account of survival when the would-be president and his PT 109 crew found themselves shipwrecked during World War II in August 1943.
As the title of the latest episode, “Mannequin”, suggests, the show continues to build on the flirty relationship between store veteran Amy (America Ferrera) and store newbie Jonah (Ben Feldman) via a mannequin in the store that bares a freakishly, uncanny resemblance to Jonah.