Ash vs. Evil Dead
Actor Bruce Campbell has revealed that a fourth film in the “Evil Dead” series could happen should Starz not give the green light for a fourth season of “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” which is currently in the midst of airing its third. Campbell tells EW says the series’ fate is “in limbo” now but: “We’re ready either way. If they take us off the air, we can think about another movie. And if they don’t, we can just keep plugging away.” [Source: EW]
Little Fires Everywhere
Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington are teaming to topline and executive produce a limited series based on Celeste Ng’s bestselling book “Little Fires Everywhere”. Liz Tigelaar (“Casual”) will adapt the script and serve as showrunner.
The story follows two families living in 1990s Shaker Heights, Ohio who are brought together through their children. Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine and ABC Signature will serve as studio co-production partners on the project. [Source: Deadline]
Here There Be Monsters
Filmmaker Joachim Ronning’s (“Kon-Tiki,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”) has been set to helm Media Rights Capital’s sci-fi thriller “Here There Be Monsters” which he co-wrote with his brother Andreas Ronning. Ronning is also prepping to direct Disney’s “Maleficent” sequel and co-writing the sci-fi action film “Origin” for Paramount. [Source: Heat Vision]
You Kiddin’ Me
Lionsgate and Facebook are teaming up to produce “You Kiddin’ Me,” a ten-episode nonfiction comedic prank series from Kim Kardashian West to be exclusively available through the Facebook Watch video platform.
The series sets up the scenario in which the kids are in charge and celebrities must do everything their own children say. West, Jennifer O’Connell, Brian Tannenbaum, Peter M. Cohen, and Melissa Stokes will executive produce. [Source: TV Line]
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Universal Pictures has released a new video for the fictional Dinosaur Protection Group, a viral website tie-in for “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” opening June 22nd. Bryce Dallas Howard’s Claire Dearing appears in the clip with the video highlighting her work as founder of the conservation group.