The first photos are out of actress Claire Foy in Steven Soderbergh’s iPhone-shot “Unsane” film which opens March 23rd. The top secret project has been dubbed a “reality-type horror” and is expected to get a wide release, but plot specifics are under wraps. [Source: Collider]
RLJE Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Vaughn Stein’s noir thriller “Terminal” from Highland Film Group. Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg, Mike Myers, Max Irons and Dexter Fletcher star in the film which marks Stein’s directorial debut. A Spring 2018 release is planned.
In the dark heart of a sprawling, anonymous city, the story follows five people tied together by a revenge-seeking criminal mastermind. The subjects? Two assassins, a terminally ill teacher, an enigmatic janitor and a curious waitress with a double life. [Source: RLJE Films]
Hearts Beat Loud
Gunpowder & Sky has picked up North American rights to the Nick Offerman-led and Brett Haley-directed dramedy “Hearts Beat Loud” which premieres at Sundance as the Closing Night film.
Offerman plays a Brooklyn record store owner who is forced to close his shop and cooks up an idea for a band with his college-bound daughter (Kiersey Clemons). Ted Danson, Blythe Danner and Toni Collettec co-star. [Source: Variety]
“The Big Sick” co-writer Emily V. Gordon will pen the film adaptation of the Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney’s novel “The Nest” for Amazon Studios. Jill Soloway and Andrea Sperling will serve as producers.
The story follows the dysfunctional Plumb family who, after years of simmering tensions, finally reach a breaking point when three gather to confront their charismatic and reckless older brother who endangered the Plumbs’ joint trust fund months away from receiving it. [Source: Amazon]
A new photo has been released from the Jason Statham-led giant prehistoric shark thriller “The Meg”. The shot shows off some of the cast of the Jon Turteltaub-directed adaptation of the Steve Alten novel. Jason Statham plays an expert deep sea rescue diver recruited to help save a submersible which is lying disabled at the bottom of the deepest trench in the Pacific.
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