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The story of Pepsi-Cola and Connor, two lost souls in Los Angeles who think they’ve found their fortunes when they unknowingly come into possession of highly valuable flight attendant uniforms, but when they find out that the uniforms belong to a Japanese sex club magnate who will stop at nothing to get his precious uniforms back, Cola and Connor’s lives are turned upside down in ways they never expected.
Co-producer Sean Sorenson’s spec script We Interrupt this Program will go behind the scenes of the War of the Worlds broadcast that panicked the nation.
The other directors involved in the horror anthology are David Slade, Ryuhei Kitamura and Alejandro Brugues.
Story explores two dramas unfolding on the night of October 30, 1938. The most well-known is the infamous radio broadcast, where the specter of invading aliens sent shockwaves of panic rippling across America. But even more chaos was taking place behind the scenes because of the stormy relationship between broadcast producer Houseman and Welles, its petulant director and star, that nearly derailed the most influential radio broadcast in history.
The rising stars join Will Smith, who will be playing the Genie. The studio will now turn its attention to casting the villainous Jafar and his henchman Iago.
Fanning currently stars in Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, while Chalamet’s acclaimed Sundance drama Call Me by Your Name will hit theaters this fall.
A darkly comedic tale of survival, tracking the romantic antics — or lack thereof — of Sasha and her friends throughout the major holidays of one year in New York. Holidays can be celebrations of life’s markers, but they are also reminders that some of us get lost along the way.
Community alum Yvette Nicole Brown has boarded the untitled Mayor City comedy, Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton has joined Amazon’s Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, and Nia Long is set to star in The Goldbergs spinoff.
Logline: Inspired by true events, after her calculating grandmother unveils an array of secrets on her deathbed, a 16-year-old and her extended family are left reeling as she must now figure out how to navigate her nascent love life in the midst of a family crisis.
Lea Michele is saying goodbye to Scream Queens as she joins an untitled comedy on ABC while Dylan McDermott and Austin Stowell both board pilots at Fox.
Cary Fukunaga’s upcoming TNT series The Alienist has landed A-list actor Dakota Fanning as its star. Based on the international best-seller from Caleb Carr, Fanning will join Daniel Bruhl and Luke Evans in the drama.
After the spec Mother landed on the Tracking Board 2016 Hit List from writer Michael Green, the film was quickly set up at the Australian production company The Penguin Empire with Grant Sputore attached to direct the film, the Tracking Board has learned.
Awesomeness Films is adapting Teresa Toten’s YA novel Beware That Girl and they are looking to Elle Fanning to fill the starring role. Cut from the same cloth as psychological thrillers Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, the film follows two girls at an elite Manhattan private school as they manipulate each other in a game of cat and mouse.
In a competitive bidding war, Amy Pascal and her company Pascal Pictures came away with the new spec script, The Post. The script hails from writer Liz Hannah and this is her first spec deal.
Meadowland‘s Reed Morano has booked Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning to star in I Think We’re Alone Now. Automatik is behind the project with Morano directing with a script from Mike Makowsky.
Trailer Park Boys creator Mike Clattenburg and Mike O’Neill have set new comedy Crawford at Comedy Central and Canada’s CBC. The 13 episode series would debut in late 2017.