Detroit star Hannah Murray and Imposters actress Marianne Rendón are in talks to play Manson’s followers Leslie Van Houten and Susan Atkins, respectively.
The black-ish and Mudbound stars join the cast for the update to Gordon Parks Jr.’s classic 1972 crime-thriller, starring Ron O’Neal and Carl Lee.
The up-and-coming actor will star as SLA leader “Cin” opposite Elle Fanning’s Patty Hearst, the two working together for the second time after appearing together in the indie Sydney Hall.
Catherine Keener is joining Jim Carrey in Showtime comedy Kidding, from director and executive producer Michel Gondry.
Michele Weaver and Will Catlett have been cast in the dramedy series from husband and wife producing partners Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil, based on their own experiences.
Oscar-nominated actor Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea) plays the title character in the film, which is written and directed by his father, Peter Hedges.
Tom Hopper, Emmy Raver-Lampman, David Castañeda, Robert Sheehan and Aidan Gallagher are joining Ellen Page in the adaptation of Gerard Way’s beloved comic book.
Billy Baldwin and Callie Hernandez have also joined the cast of Amazon’s LA-set drama series along with Nell Tiger Free (Game of Thrones), Augusto Aguilera (The Predator), Babs Olusanmokun (The Defenders) and Cristina Rodlo .
Netflix is back in business with the writer-director of The Meyerowitz Stories, who has also cast Emmy winner Merritt Wever (Nurse Jackie) in his next film.
Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell and Huck Milner are back as the Parr family, aka Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet and Dash, while Samuel L. Jackson is slated to return as Frozone.
The light procedural very much mirrors the EPs’ former series, about a cop who’s tasked with teaming up with a non-professional to solve crimes.
The premium cable network rounds out the cast of its Stephanie Danler adaptation opposite Ella Purnell in the lead role.
Matt Ryan will reprise his role from the canceled NBC drama and CW Seed animated series in two episodes.
The actor will play Joseph A. Walker, the seventh man in space, in the Neil Armstrong biopic from the Oscar-winning “La La Land” filmmaker, scheduled for Oct 12. 2018.
Stranded in the woods, a family nurses the father back to health after a terrible accident, unaware his soul is trying warn them that his body has been overtaken by a dangerous and ancient evil. It’s a character-driven supernatural thriller in the vein of THE CONJURING and INSIDIOUS.
Rockwell would play the President opposite Christian Bale as Vice President Cheney, Amy Adams as Cheney’s wife Lynne and Steve Carell as Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
Director Victor Levin (5 to 7) wrote the original script, which follows two miserable and unpleasant wedding guests who develop a mutual affection despite themselves.
Julian Guthrie’s nonfiction book Alpha Girls about the unrecognized female heroes of Silicon Valley will be adapted to screen. The book is scheduled for publication in 2019 after an intense publishing auction, where the book ended up at Currency Books.