According to Deadline, the script for the film will be written by Danny Strong (The Hunger Games, The Butler). The director of Broadway's Hamilton, Thomas Kail, is set to helm the movie. Then there's the music, which will be handled by Marc Platt, who worked on La La Land. Oh, and I should probably mention that Ice Cube is producing and he's taking on the of the villainous Fagin.
I know you all know the story, but just in case you've been living under a rock since you've been born, the story follows the journey of an orphan
Thomas Kail, the Tony-winning director of Hamilton, is attached to helm the project, which has Ice Cube on board to star and produce.
Also producing are Marc Platt, the veteran movie producer who was behind Broadway’s hit musical Wicked, and Jeff Kwatinetz of The Firm.
Oliver Twist is one of Dickens’ most famous works and tells of an orphan boy who moves from a life as an exploited child laborer to being under the wings of Fagin, a leader of...
Directed by Christian Gudecast.
Starring Gerard Butler, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Pablo Schreiber, Evan Jones, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Dawn Olivieri, Brian Van Holt, Jordan Bridges, Eric Braeden, Maurice Compte, Sonya Balmores, Cooper Andrews, Meadow Williams, Kaiwi Lyman, Jay Dobyns, Nick Loeb, Mo McRae, and Jermaine Rivers.
A gritty crime saga which follows the lives of an elite unit of the La County Sheriff’s Dept. and the state’s most successful bank robbery crew as the outlaws plan a seemingly impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank.
Believe it or not, I’m always up for a cheesy action romp headlined by Gerard Butler, as he knows his wheelhouse and the extent of his capabilities as an actor. It has gotten to a point where he elevates mostly terrible concepts into dumb fun. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Den of Thieves (the directorial debut from Christian Gudecast,
1. His protagonists are courageous female underdogs. The Shape of Water tells the story of a mute, lonely young woman fascinated by a mysterious creature. Elisa (played by Sally Hawkins) works
The two celebrated the actor’s 50th birthday with a night out in Los Angeles on Wednesday, a source tells People. Foxx and Holmes — who have never confirmed their relationship — were seen arriving together at Paramount Pictures for his bash.
“They walked in together,” says the source. “They mostly mingled with other guests, and spent very little alone time. It was obvious that Jamie had a great birthday. Katie looked like she had fun as well. She looked gorgeous.”
Beforehand, a few of Foxx’s closest friends
Foxx celebrated his big day at Los Angeles' Paramount Studios on Wednesday, where he was not only joined by Holmes, but also A-list friends like Leonardo DiCaprio, Snoop Dogg, Tobey Maguire and Foxx's The Jamie Foxx Show co-star Garcelle Beauvais, as well as his daughters, 23-year-old Corinne and 8-year-old Annalise.
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Though Foxx and Holmes are rarely spotted together, the two weren't shy inside the party. At one point, the birthday boy could be seen touching the actress' left arm as they leaned in close to talk. Holmes had a huge grin on her face and was laughing at something he said during their chat.
An eyewitness tells Et that, inside the soiree, Foxx and Holmes "seemed besotted" with each other. "Jamie kept beckoning for Katie to come up to the stage
Foxx celebrated his big day at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, and also performed for his guests onstage, an eyewitness at the bash tells Et. The eyewitness says Holmes sat with Foxx's Django Unchained co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio, at a private table surrounded with a few friends to watch the performance.
Holmes was snapped in the crowd, wearing a pearl necklace and sporting her new pixie cut.
Foxx apparently wasn't shy when it came to their rumored relationship. According to our eyewitness, the Oscar-winning actor sang along to a song with “I love you” lyrics and looked directly into Holmes' eyes.
Other celebrities in attendance were DiCaprio's best friend Tobey McGuire -- who at one point, our eyewitness notes, stood on the booth and sang along with the music -- and Snoop Dogg, who had his own
Chris Miller, who was previously directing the Han Solo movie for Lucasfilm before he and Phil Lord were let go over creative differences, took to Twitter to tease the arrival of the possible trailer. Yesterday, the director tweeted, "Something's coming," but offered no context, leaving fans to speculate on their own. Now, Miller has shared a photo of the log for the Miles Morales Spider-Man movie, with "In 2 days" written on it. At bare minimum, we're getting some sort of reveal related to the movie,
Richie Keen, who directed the Ice Cube-Charlie Day comedy Fist Fight, has come aboard to helm the project that adapts the Boom! Studios comic.
At the same time, Shawn Levy, the director-producer behind Stranger Things and the Night at the Museum movies, has joined the project as a producer while his 21 Laps Entertainment cohort Dan Cohen joins as exec producer.
Michael Keaton, Michael Sugar, and Boom!’s Ross Richie are also producing while Stephen Christy and Ashley Zalta are exec producing. Adam Yoelin is co-producing and overseeing the project for Boom!
Story has directed “Barbershop,” the two “Ride Along” movies, the two “Think Like a Man” titles, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer,” and “Fantastic Four” and is attached to New Line’s “Shaft,” starring Samuel L. Jackson, Jessie T. Usher, and Alexandra Shipp. His films have grossed over $1 billion at the box office, making him the first African-American director to cross that milestone.
Story is currently a director and executive producer for Showtime’s half-hour comedy series “White Famous,” loosely based on the life of Jamie Foxx with Jay Pharoah starring.
“It has been my goal to build a production company where I am able to produce quality film and television projects in addition to my directing career,” said Story, who is CEO. “Sharla’s exceptional taste and ability to develop great material fits seamlessly
There's a clever bit of storytelling early on in Ingrid Goes West, an Instagram social satire, in which Aubrey Plaza's Ingrid Thorburn double taps images on her feed to like them. We're shown this just once, but the act of her staring blankly at her screen and emotionlessly giving the heart to everything she sees goes on for the duration, less like an addiction and more like muscle memory. That incessant tap tap sound effect is the scary heartbeat underlying this dark comedy.
Right after that first time though, she gets out of her car, tearfully gatecrashes a wedding reception and pepper sprays the bride for not inviting her. It transpires that they're not even real life friends, and somewhere in Ingrid's grief over the recent loss of her mother, she's started to invest more
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