With his Top 10 script “Peter and the Wolves” landing a lot of interest around town, Kyle lands a manager and is gearing up to share his hauntingly psychological survival tale with the town!
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“Moonlight’s” Trevante Rhodes, Jacki Weaver, Sarah Paulson, John Malkovich, Rosa Salazar and Lil Rel Howery join the ensemble.
After the financial and critical success of Logan, James Mangold is attached to direct Disorder, a remake of the 2015 French film from Sony and Escape Artists, the Tracking Board has confirmed. Taylor Sheridan wrote the script.
Writer Mary Cardenas has signed with Elevate Entertainment manager and partner Jenny Wood. Cardenas’s pilot Bus League Knocks earned a Top 25 spot in the 2016 Launch Pad Pilots Competition.
Marvel’s Inhumans has added five new castmembers including one mysterious role, and Rosie Perez is set to headline NBC’s Drama High.
The cast for Marvel’s Inhumans has been stacking up and after the announcement of Hell on Wheels star Anson Mount as Black Bolt, they wasted no time in naming Graceland alum Serinda Swan as Medusa, his wife and almighty Queen of the Inhumans.
George Lopez has politics on the mind heading into season two of his TV Land series Lopez, as Rain Valdez joins the show for an arc centering on transgender issues and when her character arrives in the series and butts heads with Lopez.
Ryan Murphy reunites with Glee‘s Darren Criss for the highly anticipated second season of American Crime Story and Parks and Recreation‘s Retta returns to NBC for the drama Good Girls
Hell or High Water scribe Taylor Sheridan has been tapped by Sony Pictures and Escape Artists to write Disorder, a remake of a 2015 French thriller written by Alice Winocour and Jean Stephane Bron and directed by Winocour.
Maya Forbes and Wally Wolodarsky’s upcoming The Man Who Would Be Polka King has tapped Oscar-nominated actress Jacki Weaver and Jason Schwartzman to join Jack Black for the biopic based on the real-life polka star Jan Lewan.
Deadpool breakout Brianna Hildebrand and X-Men: Apocalypse star Alexandra Shipp are set to star in the horror comedy from director Tyler MacIntyre. MacIntyre co-wrote the script with Chris Hill.
The Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels star took to Twitter to announce his involvement in the Matthew Vaughn-directed sequel.
Writing duo Alexa Alemanni and Joe Boothe have been tapped to adapt the follow-up to the 2011 romantic comedy Something Borrowed, produced by Hilary Swank. The duo were previously featured on the Young & Hungry List.
Lionsgate has confirmed that they’re already developing a sequel to the just-released Sicario, focusing on Benicio del Toro’s hitman character. Sicario centers on a steely FBI agent (Emily Blunt) who finds herself involved in an off-the-books operation to bring down a Mexican drug kingpin.
“Heroes Reborn” has cast another original series alum for the upcoming continuation of the show.
Trio of young up-and-comers join Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Apocalypse.”
The British actor will play the invincible DC villain “Brick” in a series of mid-season episodes.
Engelbrecht makes her American feature debut alongside Vin Diesel.