Filmmaker Akiva Goldsman will put together a prestigious writers’ room in order to create a number of feature films out of Liefeld’s characters, including Brigade and Bloodstrike.
Bay will turn his attention to Robopocalypse after he directs 6 Underground this summer. Written by Deadpool scribes Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, the secretive Skydance project is described as a cross between Suicide Squad and Bay’s own The Rock.
Ruth Ware’s best-selling novel is a suspense thriller about a woman attending the bachelorette party for her high school BFF she hasn’t seen in ten years.
Justin Rhodes, writer of the Terminator reboot, will adapt Christian Cantrell’s self-published 2010 short story about a CIA analyst trying to solve a series of seemingly random murders.
Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are producing the vigilante superhero movie with a plot that’s being kept under wraps.
Copley wrote the script for Sapien Safari, a social comedy that focuses on alien naturalist Riblik, the Steve Irwin of the galaxy,
Details are being kept under wraps, but it is known to be musically themed and set in the 60’s or 70’s.
Set in the ’70s in the Pacific Northwest, Charles Burns’ acclaimed graphic novel follows a group of high school kids who contract a mysterious STD known as “the Bug” that causes physical mutations, leaving the community to deal with the fallout.
The true story of AJ Daulerio’s meteoric rise from obscure sports blogger to Editor-in-Chief of Gawker Media during the early days of the digital journalism boom, culminating in the Hulk Hogan sex tape trial, which brought about Gawker’s downfall and set a precedent for billionaires to attack the media and free speech.
The untitled half-hour, 10- episode original thriller has received a straight to series order.
The 2013 New York Times best-seller by Casey Sherman is about notorious New England hitman Joe “The Animal” Barbozza and how he became the first gangster put into the Witness Protection Program.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Danny Boyle is the frontrunner to direct the next film in the James Bond franchise, casually known as Bond 25, an agency source has told the Tracking Board.
King has recently made a name for himself as Paddington 2 shattered Rotten Tomatoes records, becoming the sites most critically acclaimed movie of all time.
The writer of Skull: Kong Island will do rewrites on Rodriguez’s own original script with distributor Studio 8 hoping to turn it into a franchise.
Written by Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins with revisions by Susanna Fogel and Katie Silberman, the comedy is about two high school seniors who realize they spent too much time studying and not enough time partying.
The indie film follows a jailed genius (Freeman) who writes and sends chapters from a mysterious novel to an aspiring young writer (Eastwood), ensnaring him in a high-stakes ploy to recover $100 million in stolen diamonds.
Pattinson and Robert Eggers nearly worked together once before, as we heard the director wanted to cast him alongside Anya Taylor-Joy in his Nosferatu remake. We’re glad the duo were able to find a project to work on together, as they strike us as a strong fit on paper.
Jonathan Stewart and Eyal Podell wrote the script, and Carla Hacken (Hell or High Water) will produce the film via her Paper Pictures banner.
The film will be a modern take on Dickens’ title character as he navigates a chaotic world to find his place within it.
Lindsey Beer (Chaos Walking) and Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel) have been tapped to write the superhero movie, which is being directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood.
O’Shea Jackson Jr. is still in negotiations, but otherwise, everyone including “50 Cent” Jackson are on board for another heist movie.
The Poison Rose is being described in the vein of Chinatown, L.A Confidential, and The Long Goodbye.
Atlanta writers Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori are writing the screenplay for James’ planned reboot.
Could this be a solo Kitty Pryde movie from the creative duo? Fox isn’t saying what “143” refers to although astute X-readers will know that issue focused on the phasing mutant hero.
Based on the award-winning Broadway play, the two Oscar-nominated actors will play childhood friends reunited years after leading very different lives.
The 2017 novel by Karen Dionne would put the Oscar-winning Swedish actor in the role of a woman born from the union of her mother with the man who kidnapped her, and Vikander’s character decides to get revenge for their treatment.