NYCC keeps getting bigger and bigger, and this year was the biggest yet with a wealth of panels, new footage, undercover celebrities, and of course, amazing costumes. Here are a few of last week’s many highlights.
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Tara Altebrando, author of The Best Night of Your (Pathetic) Life and co-author of Roomies, has a new YA novel called The Leaving in the works, the rights to which are already building plenty of buzz in the market.
After Chad Stahelski and David Leitch’s successful directing of John Wick, only one of them will be working on the sequel. Leitch has left to direct Charlize Theron’s spy thriller,The Coldest City.
Natasha Pulley’s debut novel, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, has hit the market in search of the right mix of charm and elusiveness to match its unique story. Her work has been likened to that of Neil Gaiman.
Co-starring Steve Carell, the upcoming biopic, BATTLE OF THE SEXES, was set to star Emma Stone as Billie Jean King, the 1973 female tennis pro who defeated a male former Wimbledon champion.
Starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, Wonder Woman already sets high expectations for the rest of the cast. Word has spread that Sean Bean and Eva Green are in early talks to join them.