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After she catches her boyfriend cheating, Liv goes on a social media tirade that lands her in court for slander, and the judge forces her to make amends by composing one positive comment for every negative comment she posted, while under the supervision of a reclusive mediator also on the rebound from a failed relationship. Inspired by true events.
UNSEEN is set in the year 1906 when artist Hilma af Klint was first commissioned by a Spirit on the Astral Plane to create the world’s first modernist paintings. Klint was the world’s first modern painter – a true revolutionary – but she was forced to create her work in secret
A young girl in Southern India grows up as a slave in a sweatshop, where she creates an alternate world for herself and her friends as their only means of escape from the daily abuse they’re forced to suffer. Through the lens of magical realism, AIR is an important and timely take on modern slavery.
Warners had been courting Ben Affleck to direct at one point, but he turned down the job, and the studio didn’t want to wait for Robert Zemeckis, so they moved quickly to secure the team behind Vacation and Game Night.
The director of How to Be Single will work from a script by Beauty and the Beast scribe Evan Spiliotopoulos.
The fledgling production company has bought the rights to Olivia Koski and astronomer Dr. Jana Grcevich’s sci-fi novel about a routine family trip in outer space that turns deadly. It’s being compared to Jurassic World, but it’ll be based on real science, just like The Martian.
The film and television superstar will produce the project, which is about the hunt for the Mongolian dictator’s tomb, along with his manager Dany Garcia and their production company. Robert Zemeckis’ ImageMovers will also be involved with the production.
In Neighborhood 3 suburban parents find their teenagers addicted to an online horror augmented reality game that uses a GPS system to map out their own neighborhood. But as the line blurs between the virtual world and reality, both parents and players realize that fear has a life of its own.
The worldwide rights to Alex Litvak’s forthcoming untitled heist thriller have landed at LeVision Entertainment in a pre-emptive strike. Litvak wrote the script which is being described as “an international high-octane thriller in the vein of Ocean’s Eleven about seven rival thieves chasing after one heist.”
In the midst of a press tour for Nocturnal Animals, Isla Fisher revealed to the Today Show hosts that a sequel to the hit 2005 comedy Wedding Crashers is in the works at New Line Cinema. Fist Fight scribes Evan Susser and Van Robichaux, are working on the script.