Chbosky will reimagine the project and develop it with an eye to direct. Prince Charming reunites Chbosky with his Wonder producers Mandeville’s David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman, who are producing with Tripp Vinson.
The 1990s set crime drama is from executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
Ellen Page is the first person to sign on to Netflix’s new ensemble superhero series Umbrella Academy, based on the Dark Horse comic book of the same name.
Davis garnered national attention for single-handedly filibustering for 13 hours in 2013 against one of the country’s most strict anti-choice laws.
“Directing has been an area I’ve wanted to explore for some time now,” said Jordan. “The Stars Beneath Our Feet tells a story that really spoke to me, and I’m looking forward to jumping behind the camera.
John J. Griffin’s script is described as a coming-of-age story set on the moon. It follows a boy living a lunar mining colony who, after the death of his father, takes a trip with his four best friends to explore a mysterious crater prior to being permanently relocated to another planet.
The two actors will play father and son in the 10-episode dramedy series from Monk creator Andy Breckman.
“The Good Wife” star has booked her return to TV with a series regular role on the adaptation of Sarai Walker’s 2015 novel of the same name.
Justin Kurzel will direct the indie film, which will co-star Essie Davis, George MacKay, Travis Fimmel, Sean Keenan and Harry Greenwood.
Mulligan is the second actor to sign on this week to portray the feminist activist following Julianne Moore in “My Life on the Road”.
The British actor is no stranger to DC fans, having played Sinestro in 2011’s “Green Lantern.”
The premium cable network rounds out the cast of its Stephanie Danler adaptation opposite Ella Purnell in the lead role.
The duo were also tapped to direct a sequel to “It” director Andy Muschietti’s horror film “Mama.”
The second film from Australian writer/director Abe Forsythe, starring Alexander England, already has begun filming in Sydney.
Miguel Sapochnik will direct the film after winning an Emmy for his work on the “Battle of the Bastards” episode
Michael Bay is producing the live-action Dora the Explorer where Dora is a teenager, visiting her cousin in the city.
The A-list package is being shopped to cable and streaming networks.
The directorial debut by Grant Sputore is based on Michael Lloyd Green’s Black List script based on their own original concept.
The new show from the former head co-writers of “Saturday Night Live” stars Drew Tarver, Heléne Yorke, Molly Shannon & Ken Marino.
“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.
Roach will direct, Fey will produce an adaptation of Howard Means’ book about the fatal 1970 National Guard shooting of protesting students,
John Crowley directs the Donna Tartt adaptation with plans to begin filming next year. Amazon Studios is on board as a co-financier with RatPac and Warners.
The series, based on the unpublished memoir of Andrew Shaffer, is described as “The Social Network” meets “Pretty Little Liars.”
Gal Gadot in negotiations to star in the post-WWII thriller, Ruin
Reuniting with his “Project Almanac” writers Andrew Deutschman and Jason Pagan for the second major directing attachment for Amblin’s latest supernatural thriller.