For the X-Men director’s big five-zero, it looks like it’s better to give than to receive.
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Goldsman will tackle the script for a fifth film in Michael Bay’s live-action series, and Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari are going to work on an animated prequel.
In order to complete his vision for the universe of the book trilogy, Wes Ball has officially signed on to direct the final film in the series.
Ice Cube is going straight outta Dickens.
A&E is remaking the 1977 ABC mini-series, and the cast looks strong.
The young actress is almost a lock if her TV schedule doesn’t conflict with the shoot dates.
Essandoh will be joining an already fantastic cast in the next chapter of the story of Jason Bourne.
Banks is being courted by Sony to lend some of her magic so Charlie and his Angels can be brought back from the dead.
Lennon’s & Garant’s script will have Fleisher helming and Neeson starring.
Donovan will play the former president, who brought LBJ in as his VP.
Timberlake is set to play Branch, a survivalist Troll who accompanies Anna Kendrick’s character, Poppy, on her adventure. The animated musical comedy is based on the popular Troll dolls from the 60s and the 90s.
Channing Tatum is producing and starring as Evel Knievel in the new script from Scott Silver that will now be directed by Darren Aronofsky. The biopic follows the life of the legendary stuntman, with Black Swan director Aronofsky helming.
Kent Haruf’s novel is in serious talks at TIFF for an adaptation with Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
No firm news on what her part may be, but the actress is officially on board.
Arclight is bringing in this WWI drama is for sales this week at TIFF.
The indie starlet is in talks to play a virtual treasure hunt in Steven Spielberg’s next directing project
Epix’s spy-thriller has its core cast in place.
McKinley High has a strong presence in the dark world of superheroism.
The former pro-wrestler is racking up the roles this year after his star-making turn in 2014’s Guardians of The Galaxy. Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott are directing this script that Nick Damici and Graham Reznik adapted from an original story by the directors
The antichrist Damian will now be fighting against our vampire and Lycan friends.
Fassbender could be playing Norwegian detective Harry Hole, who is tasked with tracking a mysterious kidnapper.
Banks is now producing the coming-of-age feature loosely based on Todd Harris Goldman’s picture book.
Erica Oyama is attached to write the script and Poehler is attached to produce.
Thor: The Dark World’s Christopher Yost will be writing the first adaptation of this legend specifically for Western audiences.
Based on a centuries-old legend, Cropsey is set for a comedic, Goonies-style reboot with Marshall and DreamWorks.