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Chandler is also slated to star in the upcoming 2019 creature feature, Godzilla: King of Monsters.
Bateman is producing Game Night alongside James Garavente for Aggregrate Films. »
- Borys Kit
The movie is set for a Feb. 16, »
- Borys Kit
The movie is set for a Feb. 16, »
- Borys Kit
Exclusive: The Bloodline actor will play Brooks, the successful, better-looking brother to Jason Bateman’s character Max in New Line/Warner Bros’ comedy Game Night from John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. In fact, it’s Kyle Chandler’s character who concocts the whole idea for the game night in the film. Game Night centers around a group of couples who are caught up in a very real game night. They get together regularly to play games, but this particular night turns… »
You know him as the lovable Winston Bishop from hit sitcom New Girl, but soon Lamorne Morris will be making a foray onto the big screen for Game Night, Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley’s (Vacation) ensemble comedy in which a group of couples gathers together whenever possible for one night of drinks, laughs, and general revelry. At least, that’s the idea.
Word of Morris’ casting comes to us by way of Variety, confirming that the actor rounds out an ensemble comprised of Doctor Strange star Rachel McAdams, Jason Bateman, Jesse Plemons and Kylie Bunbury. He’ll play the significant other to Bunbury, and together they’ll be one of the couples thrust into the spotlight once their cherished game night takes a turn for the worse.
Story-wise, there are precious few details for Goldstein and Francis Daley’s comedic romp available at this time, but sources close »
- Michael Briers
Jesse Plemons and “Pitch” star Kylie Bunbury are also on board with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley — the directing duo behind the 2015 comedy “Vacation” — helming the movie. Bateman is producing alongside James Garavente for Aggregate Films, while John Davis and John Fox will produce for Davis Entertainment. Goldstein and Daley also wrote the latest version of the screenplay, based on Mark Perez’s original draft.
“Game Night” follows several couples whose regularly planned game night goes terribly wrong. Production is expected to start within the next few months.
Morris and Bunbury will play one of the couples.
Morris is best known as one of the leads on the Fox sitcom “New Girl, »
- Justin Kroll
Jesse Plemons is also on board to topline with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley — the directing duo behind the 2015 comedy “Vacation” — helming the movie. Bateman is producing alongside James Garavente for Aggregate Films, while John Davis and John Fox will produce for Davis Entertainment. Goldstein and Daley also wrote the latest version of the screenplay, based on Mark Perez’s original draft.
“Game Night” follows several couples whose regularly-planned game night goes terribly wrong. Production is expected to start within the next few months.
With a second-season pickup of “Pitch” looking unlikely, execs on both the TV and film sides have been trying to find ways to work with the rising star. While audiences didn’t show up, critics raved Bunbury’s performance »
- Justin Kroll
10 February 2017 11:16 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The studio announced that the comedy starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams will be released in theaters on Feb. 16, 2018. It will open opposite Marvel's Black Panther film and Universal's animated feature Larrikins.
- Ashley Lee
New Line has set a February 16, 2018, release date for the Jason Bateman-Rachel McAdams comedy “Game Night,” the studio announced Friday. The date is shaping up to be a competitive one with two other studio releases already set: Disney/Marvel’s “Black Panther” starring Chadwick Boseman and Universal/DreamWorks Animation film “Larrikins,” starring the voices of Margot Robbie, Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts, Rose Byrne and Ben Mendelsohn. “Game Night,” directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (“Vacation”), follows a group of couples who gather for their regularly planned game night, when something goes horribly wrong. Also Read: Jason Bateman, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Last month, Sony Pictures finally unveiled the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer, which was widely well-received by fans and critics alike. Sony hasn't confirmed when the second trailer will be unveiled, but today we have a 'Weird Trailer' for the film, which brings back the first two actors to play the web-slinger, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. While this trailer is essentially the same footage, there are a lot of bizarre items edited into this footage, including Minecraft characters, Suicide Squad's Harley Quinn, Batman, Kung Fu Panda and much more.
This weird trailer is just the latest in a series from YouTuber Aldo Jones, who debuted a weird trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy back in October. That trailer was given the "seal of approval" by director James Gunn, but as of now, it isn't clear if anyone involved in Spider-Man: Homecoming has seen and/or approved of this trailer. »
Over the past couple of years, it seems that if a new TV show hasn’t been adapted from a movie, then there’s a strong likelihood that it’s actually a revival or a reboot of an old series (see The X-Files, 24, Full House, Prison Break, Gilmore Girls, Will & Grace, Twin Peaks et al).
Naturally, this has led to a lot of speculation as to which other shows could be set for a return to the air, but any Freaks and Geeks fans out there wondering if Judd Apatow and Paul Feig might be keen on dusting off the comedy-drama for a second season are probably going to be disappointed with Apatow’s response to that very question.
“I don’t want to do more Freaks and Geeks because we liked how it ended, so I feel it’s unwrapping something and seeing if you can not screw it »
- Gary Collinson
Even before it was confirmed that Michael Keaton was playing the villainous Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming, fans were excited that he had signed on, since it marked his long-awaited return to the superhero genre. Long before the term "cinematic universe" was even coined, Michael Keaton played Bruce Wayne in Tim Burton's 1989 classic Batman, which, along with its 1990s sequels, helped pave the way for the superhero genre to thrive on the big screen today. While there is still much that isn't known about Vulture in this movie, Tom Holland revealed in a new interview that Michael Keaton could not stop name-checking Batman on the set.
Earlier this week, Michael Keaton teased that his Vulture character is not your typical type of villain, while clarifying that he originally turned down the project because it didn't mesh well with his schedule. He added that they shifted the production schedule to accommodate him, »
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley — the directing duo behind the 2015 comedy “Vacation” — will helm the movie with Bateman producing alongside James Garavente for Aggregate Films. John Davis and John Fox will produce for Davis Entertainment. Goldstein and Daley also wrote the latest draft of the screenplay.
“Game Night” follows several couples who gather for their regularly-planned game night when something goes terribly wrong. Max Perez wrote the original draft.
Production is expected to start sometime in the first quarter.
Plemons has “The Discovery” premiering at this »
- Justin Kroll
After a successful debut in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland will return as Peter Parker in the upcoming standalone adventure Spider-Man: Homecoming. The actor is joined by a diverse cast of characters as Peter heads back to high school following the events of Captain America 3. New villain Adrian Toomes, a.k.a. The Vulture (Michael Keaton), emerges as a new threat for the young superhero. While we've caught brief glimpses at Adrian in his Vulture costume thanks to the recent trailers, much has yet to be revealed about the iconic Marvel character's transition to the big screen. Michael Keaton recently opened up about his role, offering some interesting insight.
Variety caught up with Michael Keaton to promote his new film The Founder, which expands nationwide January 20 after debuting in an awards-qualifying run in December. When the site mentioned that it's been quite some time since he's played a true villain, »
Bones may be ending, but what about a reunion? Recently, star David Boreanaz said he's not interested in reviving the Fox TV series, Deadline reports.The long-running crime drama premiered its 12th and final season earlier this month. The cast includes Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Eric Millegan, Tamara Taylor, Michaela Conlin, John Francis Daley, Patricia Belcher, and David Greenman.Read More… »
Jason Bateman is coming off his starring turn in the holiday laugh-fest Christmas Office Party. And he's wasting no time jumping right into another high-concept comedy with Game Night. The movie will team him with Rachel McAdams.
The story revolves around a group of couples whose regularly planned game night goes murderously off the rails. Jason Bateman is officially signed to take the lead, with McAdams currently said to be in negotiations. The screenplay arrives from the power duo of Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley. They will be directing the movie as well.
Jason Bateman will produce Game Night through his Aggregate Films banner alongside partner James Garavente. John Davis and John Fox are producing the movie for Davis Entertainment. It is stated by The Hollywood Reporter that while Bateman only recently signed on, Aggregate has been attached to the project from the get-go, agreeing to produce since the pitch was made. »
Black Water: Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren will star in Black Water. The two action stars previously appeared together in Universal Soldier, Universal Soldier: Regeneration (above) and The Expendables 2, among others. The upcoming action thriller revolves around "a deep cover operative (Van Damme) who awakens to find himself imprisoned in a CIA black site on a submarine." [THR] Game Night: Jason Bateman (Office Christmas Party, above) was touted to star in and produce the ensemble comedy Game Night back in 2013. Now Bateman has formalized his commitment and Rachel McAdams (Spotlight, above) has been recruited to star opposite him. Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (Vacation) wrote the latest draft of the screenplay...
- Peter Martin
After a successful Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War, the new Peter Parker (Tom Holland) will return for his first stand alone adventure in Spider-Man: Homecoming. We've already seen in the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer that Spidey's suit has an impressive new upgrade, web wings, which he's seen using to fly over a police helicopter. As we continue to wait for the second trailer, a brief video has emerged from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) convention, which showcases some of the other upgrades on Peter Parker's new suit.
The video debuted on Twitter earlier today, which coincides with the first day of CES, running from today through January 8. While the movie doesn't have an official presence at the convention, this video was crafted to look like a CES product video, showing some of the suit's new upgrades. As we already knew, the video begins with confirmation that »
Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman are set to lead the cast in the planned Game Night, a new film that tells the story of a group of couples who gather for their regularly planned game night when something goes murderously wrong. The Hollywood Reporter released the casting news.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, who both wrote the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, are behind the new movie. The duo were also behind the comedy remake Vacation and Horrible Bosses, which of course starred co-starred Bateman. The two will direct the new film for Bateman’s Aggregate Films and Davis Entertainment, who are producing the new movie.
We’ll bring you more as it heads our way.
- Paul Heath
Game Night: Jason Bateman (Office Christmas Party, above) was touted to star in and produce the ensemble comedy Game Night back in 2013. Now Bateman has formalized his commitment and Rachel McAdams (Spotlight, above) has been recruited to star opposite him. Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (Vacation) wrote the latest draft of the screenplay and have been set to direct. The movie follows a group of couples who get caught up in a real-life murder mystery. [Variety] ...
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