Jeff Maysh’s article about the true story of the 1959 murder/suicide of Lillian Perelson by her husband Harold and the Los Angeles house that has remained untouched since that night is being adapted into a film.
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Kingsley is hitting AFM hard this year with two project announcements, this time with An Ordinary Man, a thriller that follows a war criminal’s fight between survival and love.
With a new format and a sales package set up for AFM, Chloë Sevigny will be picking up an axe for Pieter Van Hees in the biopic of Lizzie Borden.
With a powerhouse package of talent, from the source material to the star, Fox is looking to get a pretty sweet deal if it picks up the Neil Gaiman-based film.
This film should have no problem at AFM in a couple weeks now that Rhys Ifans and Ed Skrein have lent their action and performance gravitas to the sci-fi thriller project.
After many attachments and near misses, Michael Mailer will begin directing his brother’s script, Blind, with Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore teaming up again for the first time in almost 20 years.
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Has started shooting in New Orleans, and to celebrate they added another actor to the cast – perennial tough guy Holt McCallany.
The Vacation star is ready to take on some serious roles, and proves it by jumping aboard the upcoming Griselda Blanco biopic as a college student who bites off more than he chew when he thinks it would be a good idea to smuggle drugs.
Lars Klevberg’s new horror short, Polaroid, gets picked up for a feature adaptation after winning best short at the LA Horror Competition. Klevberg is attached to direct the adaptation.
The popular actor and singer will make his first Hollywood film appearance with the final chapter in the action-packed Resident Evil film series, based on the Capcom video game about the zombie apocalypse.
Khan’s debut follows Max and Carys, two lovers stuck in space, as they contemplate their relationship and their current situation as the last few minutes of oxygen deplete, and is prime for a film adaptation.
Jim Carrey’s new series that explores the world of Los Angeles standup in the 1970s has three new talented cast additions for the pilot in Melissa Leo, Sebastian Stan and Clark Duke.
Rumors have been flying and characters have been hinted, but it looks like Thor and Hulk may be buddying up for the latest sequel in the thunder god’s series.
Marya Cohn has made an auspicious directorial debut at the Los Angeles Film Festival, and Myriad Pictures has picked up the domestic rights for her drama starring Emily VanCamp and Michael Nyqvist.
After years of development and multiple iterations, Y: The Last Man is going to try the small screen with FX in a promising move that leaves creator Brian K. Vaughan to tell his story his way.
Kate Winslet is going right from playing Joanna Hoffman for Steve Jobs to another historically important woman, Lee Miller, who went from fashion model to photojournalist over the course of her extraordinary life.
Mattel is working with Solipsist Film to bring the 1988 Tyco cartoon Dino-Riders to theaters and give Paramount’s Transformers some worthy competition in the next few years.
In a deal that will bring together Chinese media groups, a veteran Batman producer and the UN, the 1960s comic series T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents is being adapted into a film.
Morten Tyldum will be directing the first book in the upcoming Norse book series by filmmaker Bobbie Peers, which is focused on a young code-breaker who has left London to hide in Norway.
Vine star King Bach (Andrew Bachelor) is starring in a new show on Fox from Key & Peele‘s Alex Rubens as an undercover cop in his old neighborhood.
Collette and Trammell will be playing an FBI agent and a white supremacist, respectively, on either sides of a plot to bomb innocent civilians in Daniel Ragussis Imperium.
Ottessa Moshfegh’s Eileen is hitting the rights market hard. The book has drawn favorable comparisons to Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, described as Girl on a Train meets To Die For.
The horror anthology premiered at TIFF’s Midnight Madness and consists of five interlocking horror stories told by a group of travelers as they make their way down a long stretch of highway.
The Call of the Stryx, one of France’s most popular graphic novels is coming to TV thanks to Element 8 Entertainment, and will be adapted by Dune‘s John Harrison.
The comedian will play Santa Claus’ irresponsible son who needs the help of Hawaiian locals to save Christmas when he takes over Santa’s duties and crash-lands his sled in Maui.
Disney is working on the story of Togo, the lead sled dog who is considered by those close to the story (including the owner of Balto and Togo) to be the true hero of the Nome Serum Run of 1925.
After the option from Fox expired in July, Rothfuss sat down with companies and worked out a deal with Lionsgate to work out his hugely popular Kingkiller Chronicles completely through the use of film, TV, and video games.