Copley wrote the script for Sapien Safari, a social comedy that focuses on alien naturalist Riblik, the Steve Irwin of the galaxy,
When an aging action star is nominated for a Golden Globe, he thinks this is finally his chance to show his Hollywood peers he deserves their respect, not their mockery. But when the award show is taken over by terrorists, he reluctantly has to become the hero he has always portrayed onscreen.
Co-producer Sean Sorenson’s spec script We Interrupt this Program will go behind the scenes of the War of the Worlds broadcast that panicked the nation.
Story explores two dramas unfolding on the night of October 30, 1938. The most well-known is the infamous radio broadcast, where the specter of invading aliens sent shockwaves of panic rippling across America. But even more chaos was taking place behind the scenes because of the stormy relationship between broadcast producer Houseman and Welles, its petulant director and star, that nearly derailed the most influential radio broadcast in history.
The long-time Sacha Baron Cohen collaborator will direct the supernatural comedy based on Vera Brosgol’s Eisner-winning graphic novel, which has been adapted by Patrick Ness of A Monster Calls and Chaos Walking.
The untitled project follows a rookie African-American female cop whose body cam records her fellow Detroit police officers murdering several drug dealers. Her colleagues hunt her down in order to destroy the incriminating footage, while the dealers’ gang comes after her too, demanding answers.
The well-known sports bettor won $2.5 million when the Kansas City Royals won the 2015 World Series, and $2.3 million when the Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl in 2016.
Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga and newcomer Blu Hunt will play a group of teens who must escape a secret facility where they’re being held while they learn to cope with their superpowers.
Actors Adam Devine and Liam Hemsworth have been cast alongside Rebel Wilson in New Line’s Isn’t It Romantic, the Tracking Board has confirmed.
Book-to-television adaptations were busy making big casting announcements today, with Game of Thrones, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, and The Alienist all adding to their line-ups.
The film tells a parallel story between ancient and modern times in which a young boy seeks revenge on his mother’s death and learns through his mentors that wisdom is the key to victory and not warfare.
Actors Julianne Moore, Ken Watanabe, and Demián Bichir are all set to star in the forthcoming film from director Paul Weitz, Bel Canto. Based on the best-seller of the same name by Ann Patchett, the script was adapted by Weitz and Anthony Weintraub. Distribution company Bloom is going to start international sales at the Toronto International Film Festival, which begins tomorrow.
Starz’s juggernaut sci-fi/fantasy series Outlander has tapped David Berry to play Lord John Grey in the upcoming third season, due out in 2017. The series is based on the best-selling series by Diana Gabaldon, first published in 1993.
Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco’s Netflix comedy Friends From College has landed a boatload of actors including the trio of Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, and Fred Savage. Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon, and Jae Suh Park are also joining the ensemble comedy from the Neighbors director and his wife/writing partner.
The Rock is cooking up yet another project, this time an adaptation of the soon-to-be-published graphic novel Son of Shaolin Jay Longino.
Described as “a comedy about the tragedy of what could have been,” Long and Smulders will lead a cast that also includes Peter Gallagher, Luiz Guzman, and Kristen Schaal in the film from writer-director Ryan Eggold.
Pearl Mackie has won the role of the new companion opposite Peter Capaldi on Doctor Who for the 10th season. This is Mackie’s first major television role.
Lucas Till lands the role of MacGyver in CBS’s action pilot while ABC’s Shots Fired adds Helen Hunt, Richard Dreyfuss, and Stephen Moyer.
Leading man Chris Hemsworth has possibly found his next franchise, as numerous sources report that the Thor and The Huntsmen star is circling hot spec Allan Quatermain. Sources also say that CAA is working to package the buzzy franchise-starter with an A-lister, Hemsworth being the prime candidate.
Bridge of Spies actor Austin stowell joins monster pic Colossal as star Anne Hathaway’s love interest. Production begins next week.
The actress who brought to life Marvel’s Agent Maria Hill might be joining another action franchise.
Hemsworth will play the team’s receptionist, starring alongside Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, who make up the female-driven ‘busters.’
The cast has been recently shaping up, with Laura Linney cast earlier this month. Tyler Perry has been cast as villain Baxter Stockman. Megan Fox is set to return as April O’Neill, with Will Arnett reprising his role.
The stars have joined upcoming drama from James Franco.