O’Shea Jackson Jr. is still in negotiations, but otherwise, everyone including “50 Cent” Jackson are on board for another heist movie.
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Based on the award-winning Broadway play, the two Oscar-nominated actors will play childhood friends reunited years after leading very different lives.
The dark comedy based on a true story has already begun filming in L.A. with Molina and Bosworth playing the CEO and director of an oil company responsible for poisoning the water on David Strathairn’s farm.
Theoretically, the project being developed with writers Jez and John-Henry Butterworth would be Mangold’s next project for Fox, although he also has Don Winslow’s The Force on his plate.
Detroit star Hannah Murray and Imposters actress Marianne Rendón are in talks to play Manson’s followers Leslie Van Houten and Susan Atkins, respectively.
The black-ish and Mudbound stars join the cast for the update to Gordon Parks Jr.’s classic 1972 crime-thriller, starring Ron O’Neal and Carl Lee.
Eiza González, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Shameik Moore also join the ensemble cast of RZA’s film, which has already begun production in New Orleans.
Payne and his production partners are joined by director Miguel Arteta, writer Roberto Benabib (Weeds) in this venture to adapt the Dutch series Holland’s Hoop.
The film will examine Patty’s relationship with SLA leader Cinque, aka Donald DeFreeze, and it should be another juicy role for Fanning, who will be coming off of Woody Allen’s new movie.
David is back! Johnny Galecki has finally closed a deal to return for one episode of ABC’s Roseanne revival.
The respected filmmaker has many projects on his plate right now, so Katherine Applegate’s award-winning book might not be his first priority.
Billy Baldwin and Callie Hernandez have also joined the cast of Amazon’s LA-set drama series along with Nell Tiger Free (Game of Thrones), Augusto Aguilera (The Predator), Babs Olusanmokun (The Defenders) and Cristina Rodlo .
Owen Teague has signed on to the dark fantasy drama, reuniting with director Andy Muschetti and co-stars Jackson Robert Scott and Megan Charpentier.
The four movies started production on Sept. 25 with a reported combined budget of over a billion dollars.
The series, based on the unpublished memoir of Andrew Shaffer, is described as “The Social Network” meets “Pretty Little Liars.”
The duo are branching away from comedy with an adaptation of Chris Pavone’s novel by “Scarface” writer John Herman that has a “Hitchcockian premise” ala “North by Northwest.”
Universal won the project in a competitive situation, and Ruben Fleischer will produce and direct from a script written by Girls scribe Murray Miller.
The storyline is currently under wraps.
The duo who previously worked together on Carnahan’s movie The Grey and co-produced Jeremy Rush’s Wheelman, streaming on Netflix starting Oct. 20, are setting up a fund to make three to five mid-budget movies per year.
With his NBC show renewed for a third season even before the Season 2 premiere, the star of Heroes now has two police-related shows in development at two networks.
The first part of Deborah Harkness’ historical fantasy novel series has sold 3.5 million copies worldwide, telling the story of an Oxford scholar descended rom Salem witches who falls in love with a 1,500 year-old vampire.
The Oscar-nominated screenwriter, whose directorial debut Thank You For Your Service comes out in October, will rewrite and direct the movie that is meant to show a rougher origin story for the country’s first President as he tries to survive on the American frontier.
The Logan Lucky star will play Scott Lawson, a rookie FBI agent assigned to a sleepy Texas border town where he writes reports about the drug war… until he’s presented with an opportunity to infiltrate the cartels themselves.
With Mississippi Grind directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck on board to direct Marvel Studios’ March 2019 release and Brie Larson starring, a new writer was bound to be brought in for rewrites.
Jim Cummings will return to voice Winnie the Pooh, while Mark Gatiss, who plays Mycroft Holmes on the hit BBC series Sherlock, will play the boss of the title character.
The new revenge thriller from the director of Taken and written by Chad St. John will be produced by Lakeshore Entertainment and STXfilms is in talk to release worldwide.
The in-demand Spanish filmmaker directed many hit movies for Warner Bros. but now he’s heading to Disney to direct a film based on its theme park attraction.