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Michael B. Jordan Directing “Stars Beneath”

Actor Michael B. Jordan is set to make his directorial debut on a film adaptation of the David Barclay Moore novel "The Stars Beneath Our Feet" for Endeavor Content. The story follows a young African American boy who tries to...

Sandra Bullock Wants You To “Let Her Speak”

Sandra Bullock will star in "Let Her Speak," a drama about Democratic Texas senator Wendy Davis whose eleven-hour filibuster helped stall an anti-abortion bill in the Texas state house. Though little known at the time, David became a national icon...

“Colossal” Director Is Planning “The Comeback”

Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo ("Colossal," "Timecrimes") is teaming with "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman to adapt the time travel-themed Image Comics title "The Comeback" into a feature thriller for Sony Pictures. Ed Brisson penned the comic which tells of...

Louis C.K. Hit By Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Rumors have circulated for years, but now the New York Times has broken the story about comedian Louis C.K.'s sexual misconduct with five women going on the record and sharing their stories about their experiences. The pattern is...

Rian Johnson To Helm New “Star Wars” Trilogy

Disney has just closed a deal with "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson to develop a new trilogy of "Star Wars" films. Johnson will write and direct at least the first of the new films alongside his longtime...

New Trailer: Christian Bale In “Hostiles”

A new trailer has been released for "Hostiles," the new film from Scott Cooper ("Out of the Furnace," "Crazy Heart"). Set in 1892, the story follows a legendary Army Captain (Christian Bale) who, after stern resistance, reluctantly agrees...

Final Trailer: “The Shape of Water”

A final trailer is out for Guillermo del Toro's upcoming Cold War-era set romance fable "The Shape of Water". Set within the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation....

Louis C.K.’s “Daddy” Premiere Suddenly Cancelled

The New York premiere of Louis C.K.'s new film "I Love You, Daddy" has been canceled mere hours before it was set to take place at the Paris Theatre with event reps citing "unexpected circumstances". THR says that a New...

Lovely “Black Panther” Characters Posters Debut

A series of lovely character posters from Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" have arrived, showcasing many of the key characters at the heart of the adventure. "Black Panther" follows T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) who, after the events of "Captain America: Civil War,"...

Kevin Feige Calls For Marvel vs. DC Fanboy Truce

The chance of peace between Marvel and DC fanboys is about as likely as true and lasting peace in the Middle East. The bonds of this rivalry have been in place for decades and fans have long succumbed...

Producers Talk “Justice League” Hopes & Influences

Press rounds have begun for the "Justice League" movie with producers Deborah Snyder and Charles Roven offering some comments about the big-budget DC superhero team-up project. As neither original director Zack Snyder or reshoots helmer Joss Whedon are doing media,...

Teaser Trailer: Bateman, McAdams In “Game Night”

"Vacation" directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein return with "Game Night," the upcoming comedy about a weekly couples game night that goes off the rails. Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams star as Max and Annie, the organisers of...

Boseman Explains The “Black Panther” Accent

Marvel's upcoming "Black Panther" film is primarily set in Wakanda, the fictional self-imposed isolated African nation filled with high-end technology decades beyond the rest of the world. As a result it is markedly different from many other countries...

Netflix’s “Bright” Gets A One-Sheet

Netflix has premiered both the poster and the soundtrack list for its upcoming urban fantasy feature "Bright" starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton. The big-budget David Ayer-directed film will stream on Netflix starting December 22nd. The story follows Smith's...

“Jurassic” Scribe To Pen “Metal Gear Solid”

"Jurassic World" and "Kong: Skull Island" co-writer Derek Connolly has been brought onboard to pen the latest draft of the script for the film adaptation of the video game series "Metal Gear Solid" at Sony Pictures. Created by Hideo Kojima,...

“Stranger Things” Star Was Sought For “Silver Chair”

The breakout star of Netflix's "Stranger Things," actress Millie Bobby Brown, has reportedly been extended an offer to play the lead role of Jill Pole in the upcoming adaptation of "The Chronicles of Narnia" book "The Silver Chair". That Hashtag...

Plummer Replacing Spacey In “Money” Reshoots

In unprecedented news, Sony Pictures and director Ridley Scott will cut Kevin Spacey entirely out of the upcoming J. Paul Getty drama "All the Money in the World". Christopher Plummer has been hired to replace Spacey in the role of...

Live-Action “Aladdin” Is Ditching The Tiger

The Guy Ritchie-directed upcoming live-action adaptation of Disney's "Aladdin" is making a few changes from the original film, and today it has been revealed that one of the most notable is that Jasmine's pet tiger Rajah is being removed. Naomi...

Bankruptcy Looms Over The Weinstein Company?

The Weinstein Company is pursuing a new round of sale discussions with prospective buyers next week as its most recent three-week window of exclusive negotiations with Colony Capital is set to expire today. Colony is understood to have passed on...

‘Dark Universe’ Collapsing As Key Pair Exit

Universal Pictures' plans for a shared cinematic universe with its classic monsters looks like it's being strangled in its crib as Heat Vision reports that producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan, the pair who created and are in charge...

“Blade Runner 2049” Could Lose Studio $80M

Despite the critical acclaim, Denis Villeneuve's "Blade Runner 2049" notably underwhelmed at the box-office with an opening soft enough that theatrical exhibition stocks plummeted. Since then there's been much debate about potential causes for the film's failure from its long...

Jackson Returns In First “Glass” Set Photos

The first photos have been snapped of Samuel L. Jackson as an elder Elijah Price in M. Night Shyamalan's "Unbreakable" and "Split" follow-up "Glass" which is currently filming in Philadelphia. The 68-year old Jackson reprises his role as the mysterious...

Third Trailer: Aardman’s “Early Man”

Lionsgate has revealed a new trailer for Aardman Animation's prehistoric stop-motion animated comedy "Early Man" from director Nick Park. Set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of courageous caveman hero...

Guadagnino Talks “Suspiria” Remake Ambition

With many potential competitors falling by the wayside, filmmaker Luca Guadagnino's "Call Me By Your Name" is continuing to cement its place as a serious end of year awards candidate. With such goodwill being generated, it may come...

Chris Nolan Walks Back His Netflix Comments

Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has walked back a bit from his comments earlier this year regarding streaming giant Netflix. Back in July the famed champion of the theatrical experience, out doing promotional rounds for "Dunkirk," had some not so charitable words...

Northcutt Tried Out For Drago’s Son In “Creed 2”

Ryan Coogler's "Creed" pulled off the rare stunt of being a spin-off that simultaneously revived a franchise and took it in a fresh new direction that was both critically and commercially successful. Not many movies have done that,...

Don’t Expect A Longer “Thor: Ragnarok” Cut

During the press rounds in recent weeks for "Thor: Ragnarok," filmmaker Taika Waititi revealed that he had a near three-hour assembly cut of the film which he then whittled down to around 100 minutes before the reshoots/additional photography was...

Lynch Talks Abandoning Kafka’s “Metamorphosis”

Like many filmmakers, David Lynch has a long list of projects he was considering involvement in at one time or another. One of those forgotten potentials was a film adaptation of Franz Kafka's 1915 novella "The Metamorphosis." That story...

Quick News: Open, Wanderlust, Appearance, Dog, 8

The Open House Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to the Dylan Minnette-led thriller "The Open House" which was written and directed by Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote. Minnette plays a teenager who, along with his mother (Piercey Dalton), find...

First Trailer: Steven Spielberg’s “The Post”

20th Century Fox has premiered the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's "The Post". The project is the last of the major films up for potential awards consideration and this marks the first footage of any kind shown from...

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