Produced and financed by Black Bear Pictures and 30WEST, the family drama will start filming in New York this December.
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Oscar-winner Julia Roberts is in talks to headline Homecoming from Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail. The project hails from Universal Cable Productions and is based on the fictional podcast of the same name, which debuted last November.
An adaptation of Maria Semple’s New York Times Bestseller novel Today Will Be Different has landed at HBO with Julia Roberts attached to star and produce. The project is in development at Annapurna Television.
While working at a Connecticut hospital, Ruth, a widowed labor/delivery nurse with 20 years of experience caring for newborns, is told not to touch the baby of a couple who are white supremacists. When the baby subsequently dies while Ruth is the only one present, she is taken to court by the couple.
Fresh off winning a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for Fences, Viola Davis has signed on to co-star alongside Julia Roberts in Small Great Things, an adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel that is coming together at Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Partners.
While the debate continues over whether or not Deadpool will receive any Oscar love, The People’s Choice Awards is happy to show the actioner the love, as the film picked up wins for Favorite Action Movie and Favorite Movie Actor.
Academy Award-winning actor Julia Roberts has been tapped to star in the upcoming TV adaptation of the book Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple, which was published at the end of September. This will mark Roberts’ return to TV since she starred in Ryan Murphy’s adaptation of the stage play The Normal Heart on HBO.
As we head into a season of indie films and critical darlings fighting for a few awards season nominations, the 2017 People’s Choice Awards has released their list of nominees, celebrating the big hits that gained pop culture notoriety over the past year.
While Money Monster could easily be cast aside as the latest pop culture fodder to depict the financial woes of modern society, it manages to stand out as a no-frills thriller and a solid movie.
Julia Roberts is set to play Jacob Tremblay’s mother in Lionsgate’s adaptation of R.J. Palacio’s coming-of-age-novel Wonder. The story follows Auggie Pullman, a young boy with a facial deformity that is bullied at school.
Room star Jacob Tremblay is circling a role in Wonder at Lionsgate. The film is an adaptation of the coming-of-age-novel of the same name by R.J. Palacio.
Julia Roberts has signed on to star in and produce the big-screen adaptation of Harlan Coben’s thriller Fool Me Once.
The Oscar winning actress is attached to produce and star in the adaptation of best-selling author Melanie Gideon’s Wife 22 for Working Title Films.
Julia Roberts will star in a new courtroom drama, Train Man. Roberts’s character will be based on the real-life attorney who was tasked with defending a man who impersonated New York transit authority officials in order to steal subway cars.
The intertwining stories about the lives of several mothers (and Mr. Mom), including a successful television host, a recent divorcee, a mom seeking to strengthen her own relationship with her mother, and a father raising teenage daughters.
The Oscar-winner is set to star in and produce the drama about the real life groundbreaking lawsuit against the U.S. Bureau of Prisons over the treatment of prisoners at the infamous ADX supermax facility in the Rocky Mountains.
The cast is complete for Gary Marshall’s movie about moms.
Open Road Films has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to Garry Marshall’s Mother’s Day. The romantic comedy stars Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, and Kate Hudson as mothers and follows their lives leading up to the titular holiday. Jason Sudeikis is also set to star.
An ex-assistant DA who returns to Los Angeles on a joint task force with the FBI, but finds himself obsessed and plagued by an unsolved murder.
The pair are in talks to join George Clooney in the drama.
The “August: Osage County” actress signs on for Billy Ray’s remake of the Oscar-winning Argentinian film.
Logline: Story about the early days of the AIDS outbreak in New York City as activists and victims attempt to get the city and population at large to recognize the serious nature of the new disease.
Story about the early days of the AIDS outbreak in New York City as activists and victims attempt to get the city and population at large to recognize the serious nature of the new disease.