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The darkly comic thriller from Dan Berk and Robert Olsen (Body) will unite the stars of It and It Follows for its story about criminals who discover a dark secret when they break into a suburban home.
Based on the action film starring Saoirse Ronan and directed by Darkest Hour‘s Joe Wright, the straight-to-series drama will start filming in March.
Originally, Ben Affleck was in talks to direct the Afghanistan War movie, but Sony has gone with the director of the 2017 sci-fi thriller Life instead.
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.
Swedish actor Bill Skarsgård is playing the evil clown Pennywise in Warner Bros.’ upcoming adaptation of It, but he’s not done with Stephen King’s worlds just yet. Skarsgård has joined the cast of Hulu’s upcoming show Castle Rock as a series regular.
She joins returning stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Sigourney Weaver and Joel David Moore, as well as fellow franchise newcomer Cliff Curtis.
Gyllenhaal is expected to star in the film, which is based on the true story of a ragtag team of American volunteers, socialists and outcasts who are fighting alongside the Kurdish militia known as the YPG to beat ISIS in Syria and establish an anarchist collective amid the rubble of war.
Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams are ready to roll the dice in Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley’s upcoming comedy Game Night. Bateman will also produce under his Aggregate Films banner alongside James Garavente.
The upcoming lesbian romantic drama Disobedience is in talks to add Canadian actor Rachel McAdams in a co-starring role with Rachel Weisz. The film is an adaptation of the Naomi Alderman novel of the same name.
Academy Award-nominated actress Rosamund Pike and Golden Globe-nominated actor Daniel Bruhl are in talks to join the terror drama Entebbe at Working Title. Based on a true story, the film centers on Operation Entebbe and the hijacking of a Paris-bound airplane by terrorists in 1976
Logline: Bailey is a well-meaning sweetheart who’s dumped by his girlfriend and learns he has testicular cancer (again). Darla is a cynical reporter whose sex addiction is getting in the way of her sex column. Then Darla has an idea, taking Bailey on an impromptu road trip across the U.S., recreating each of her myriad sexual experiences from state to state. She’s looking for a story and he’s looking for a last hurrah; what they find is something neither expected.
Bill Skarsgard is reportedly in final talks to star as Pennywise the Clown in New Line’s adaptation of It, based on the iconic horror novel by Stephen King.
Starz continues fill out their cast for the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods as they add Cloris Leachman, Peter Stormare, Chris Obi, and Mousa Kraish.
Michael Mann has been trying to get the untitled biopic about Enzo Ferrari off the ground for fifteen years and he may be one step closer as Noomi Rapace circles the role of Ferrari’s wife, Laura Dominica.
David Gordon Green’s, Stronger starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is looking to add Tatiana Maslany as one of the runners during the Boston Marathon bombing, adapted by John Pollono from the book of the same name.
No firm news on what her part may be, but the actress is officially on board.
Marc Webb is keeping busy with two films that have some amazing stars attached.
Rachel McAdams is in early talks to play the female lead in Marvel’s Dr. Strange. The film follows Benedict Cumberbatch as a neurosurgeon who becomes Sorcerer Supreme, protecting the Earth against magical and mystical threats. While talks are in the early stages, McAdams would most likely play Clea, a prominent member of Doctor Strange’s supporting cast and his love interest.
Oscar-nominated Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike will join Jon Hamm in the upcoming Radar Pictures political thriller High Wire Act. The Machinist helmer Brad Anderson is set to direct the project from a script by Bourne franchise writer Tony Gilroy.
He was previously repped by UTA. The director’s most current film is the thriller “Child 44”, starring Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman. Espinosa was planning on leaving UTA after the film wrapped.
The series stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort and Kate Winslet in the dystopian future survival story based on the YA book series by Veronica Roth. The third novel has been split into two films.
The Oscar nominated actress will lead the film based on the best selling autism memoir by Kristine Barnett.
Rosamund Pike joins Christian Bale in the adaptation.
The “Killing” star will lead the Joel Edgerton thriller.