In a slightly futuristic, hyper-efficient Manhattan, a newly single book editor purchases a customizable sex android to assuage her broken heart. When her toy’s closed feedback loop starts to alter her personality, she must reevaluate the merits of a perfectly compatible partner.
The story is set in West Texas during a Reconstruction period plagued by a deadly virus infecting thousands with a rabies-like disease that turns people into murderous “Shakes.” When the teenage protagonist’s father disappears, she hires two Shake-hunters who specialize in killing the infected, and sets off into the terrorscape of the western frontier to find him.
1870’s West Texas is plagued by a deadly virus infecting thousands with a rabies-like disease that turns people into murderous “Shakes.” When Daisy’s father disappears, it’s up to her, with the help of two Shake-hunters who specialize in killing the infected, to find him.
Burn follows a Northern California detective who brought a cartel to its knees while working undercover, all while keeping that part of his life from his family.
Rain Man writer Ron Bass will adapt the novel with McMillan, the two of them having collaborated on How Stella Got Her Groove Back and Waiting to Exhale.
Harper Penzig is a liberal, white, college sophomore who knows exactly how to fix society. When she accuses her equally liberal professor, Susan Brodbeck, of hate speech it throws the campus and both their lives into chaos as they wage war over the right way to stop discrimination.
The 1990s set crime drama is from executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
Evan Peters, Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek also join FX’s 1980s-set drama.
Shawn Ku will direct the movie for Highland Film Group, which will be shopping international rights at AFM
When a new crime ring wreaks havoc through Los Angeles, the pressure’s on for the FBI to launch a program of neurologically enhanced agents. But they get more than they bargained for when the unlikely candidate that rises to the top is a foul-mouthed stripper named MOXIE, who – like it or not – just became our world’s first real-life superhero.
“Moonlight’s” Trevante Rhodes, Jacki Weaver, Sarah Paulson, John Malkovich, Rosa Salazar and Lil Rel Howery join the ensemble.
Darby Camp from “Big Little Lies” has also joined the cast of Miles Joris-Peyrafitte’s directorial debut based on Nicolaas Zwart’s Black List script.
Now into producers, this hot new spec from the writer of Rose Red promises two powerful female leads and a dark twist on the worlds we thought we knew.
The four actors will be series regulars in the new 10-episode series from Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland, starring “Grey’s Anatomy’s” Jason George and Jaina Lee Ortiz.
Based on the Conde Nast article about a Russian diplomat living in Athens in the mid-80s who is discovered by the KGB to have links to the CIA. When he is suddenly recalled to Moscow, he knows he will be killed and he must save himself and his family in the 48 hours before his flight leaves.
While house-hunting, Amy is stunned to discover a house identical to her childhood dollhouse, down to the wallpaper and chipped grandfathers clock inside — but when she moves in, the house exerts a hold on Amy’s young daughter that leads the family down a path of ghosts, murder, and madness.
Having already directed “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip” and Disney’s “Old Dogs” may have made him the ideal candidate for Norman Bridwell’s beloved canine.
Based on Julia Heaberlin’s Ballantine novel, Lurie adapted the psychological thriller with author and wife Kyra Davis with plans to co-produce via his Battleplan Productions.
Mexican filmmaker Isaac Ezban (The Similars) will direct the adaption by Ben Poole with Ehren Kruger and Daniel Bobker (The Ring) producing.