Based on the 2009 animated short “Pigeon Impossible,” the Fox Animation projection overseen by Blue Sky Studios and Chernin Entertainment will be released by Fox on Jan. 18, 2019.
The mother-son from “Fate of the Furious” didn’t have any scenes together, but that should change for the new movie from the director of “Lucy,” “La Femme Nikita” and “The Professional.”
British actress will play the lead role of Tess on half-hour drama series based on Stephanie Danler novel
The SNL alum is slated to play a scientists in Ruben Fleischer’s comic book movie, which will co-star Michelle Williams as a district attorney who may fall for Hardy’s Eddie Brock.
Musical superstar John Legend is one of the producers on the movie about a teen who gets involved with a group who uses death-defying stunts to challenge the local police and the prejudices they face.
The American Horror Story alum reunites with executive producer and joins a cast that also includes Angela Bassett and Peter Krause
FilmNation financing/producing the drama about the 1970 battle to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment that rallied Gloria Steinem, Flo Kennedy and other Women’s movement leaders against the conservative Phyllis Schlafly.
The Oscar-winning actress joins the cast of Scorsese’s crime-drama for Netflix, in which De Niro will play hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, who might have been responsible for Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance.
The latest from Scott Cooper (“Black Mass”) has Bale playing an army captain escorting an Indian chief from New Mexico to Montana. It will get a Dec. Oscar-run and a Jan. 2018 release.
The “True Detective” and “Baywatch” star will join the Swedish filmmaker for the adaptation of Catherine Hanrahan’s novel “Lost Girls and Love Hotels,” which the author adapted herself.
The Neil Armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling has pulled together an impressive ensemble cast thanks to Chazelle’s street cred after directing two back-to-back Oscar-nominated movies.
Good Universe has picked up the rights and 21 Laps (“Arrival,” “Stranger Things”) will co-produce the science fiction film.
Marco Villalobos will adapt Joan Didion’s bestselling 1996 book, which is described as a political thriller in the vein of The Parallax View. The story follows a Washington Post journalist who is thrown unexpectedly into the dangerous world of arms dealing.
It’s been remarkable to see Williams’ career blossom since her Dawson’s Creek days, as she’s racked up four Oscar nominations for her work in Brokeback Mountain, Blue Valentine, My Week With Marilyn and Manchester by the Sea.
Roosevelt was a noted environmentalist who helped preserve countless forests and national parks, which may be why DiCaprio is so invested in playing the politician.
Directed by Michael Goi and starting production later this month in Alabama, the movie is about a boat with a haunted past and the family trapped on it.
Affleck won an Oscar for his role in the Amazon-released “Manchester by the Sea” while Amy Sherman-Palladino, Daniel Palladino are making “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” at the network.
Engelson’s ex-wife Meghan Markle is currently dating Prince Harry, and the fictional premise of show involves a divorced man whose ex-wife marries into the British Royal family.
Fox has given a pilot commitment to an hourlong drama titled Classified.
Sean Anders will direct the film, which follows a couple who decide to start a family and adopt through the foster-care system, only to find themselves raising three wild kids who have no interest in being parented.
Cooper will play a former astronaut who’s hired to lead an expedition to the deepest part of the ocean, where supernatural activity lurks.
Lex Scott Davis, who starred in the Lifetime movie Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart, will co-star in the genre film from Universal, Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes.
The subject of the 2016 documentary Nuts! and Pope Brock’s 2008 non-fiction book convinced people that he could cure impotence with a rather odd procedure.
In the true story, the recent Emmy winner for The Handmaid’s Tale will play a woman who discovers an underground group of women who provide safe abortions pre-Roe v. Wade.
The other directors involved in the horror anthology are David Slade, Ryuhei Kitamura and Alejandro Brugues.
The popular black and white indie comic ran from 1993 through 2007, self-published by Moore through his own Abstract Studios. It’s a complex crime story that infiltrates into the love triangle between three friends.