Sacha will portray Eli Cohen, whose actions, connections and immense sacrifices as a spy in the 60’s have made him a national hero in Israel.
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The acclaimed indie filmmaker behind Man Push Cart and 99 Homes tackles the India-based rags-to-riches crime-drama with hopes to start filming in India later this year.
Directed by Stephen Gaghan (Syriana), production for the Universal release has already begun in London with Downey joined by Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Harry Collett and Jim Broadbent.
Celeste Ng’s book was optioned by Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine last year, who then brought it to Washington’s Simpson Street, and they brought on Liz Tigelaar (Casual) to adapt and act as showrunner for the series.
Adapted from the Hugo-winning short story by Lawrence Watt-Evans by Steve Desmond and Michael Sherman (ORB) , the premise involves a diner where travelers from parallel universes converge.
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.
Atlanta writers Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori are writing the screenplay for James’ planned reboot.
The newly Oscar-nominated screenwriter got his start on shows like ER and Criminal Minds, and it would be Washington’s first film as a director since the Oscar-nominated Fences if he commits to direct.
The black-ish and Mudbound stars join the cast for the update to Gordon Parks Jr.’s classic 1972 crime-thriller, starring Ron O’Neal and Carl Lee.
The Neighbors star will co-write the script and play the role that became a break-out for Eddie Murphy with Paramount Players releasing the remake.
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.
Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell and Huck Milner are back as the Parr family, aka Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet and Dash, while Samuel L. Jackson is slated to return as Frozone.
They’ll be joining Adam Driver, John David Washington in Lee’s film co-produced by Blumhouse for Focus Features.
The second film from Australian writer/director Abe Forsythe, starring Alexander England, already has begun filming in Sydney.
Good Universe has picked up the rights and 21 Laps (“Arrival,” “Stranger Things”) will co-produce the science fiction film.
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.
Another day gearing up for pilot season, another onslaught of casting news. Luke Perry, Elisabeth Shue, and Dermot Mulroney have all landed new roles in new series.
Funnymen Seth Rogen, Zach Galifianakis and Bill Hader are set to star in The Something, a new sci-fi comedy for Universal. Rodney Rothman, who penned the script, will make his directorial debut.
Netflix continues to fulfill its promise to create original content that appeals to all ages and demographics with its 13 episode straight-to-series order of YA series 13 Reasons Why, executive produced by Selena Gomez.
The “Nightmare On Elm Street” and “Scream” director is set to have new television projects in the works.
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