Universal Pictures is in negotiations to option Anthony McCarten’s script with Michael De Luca Productions and Immersive Pictures producing. News first emerged in February that De Luca was collaborating with Yoko Ono for an untitled drama about Ono and her relationship with Lennon.
Vallee is attached to direct and edit. He will also rewrite the screenplay alongside McCarten. Ono will produce with De Luca, Immersive Pictures’ Josh Bratman, and McCarten. Vallee and his producing partner Nathan Ross will also produce through their production company, Crazyrose. Bruce Kaufman of Wood Hollow Pictures will executive produce.
Ono and Lennon met in 1966 at a London art gallery, where Ono was showing abstract art while the Beatles were four years into superstardom. Lennon asked Ono about her “Painting to Hammer a Nail In” piece, and if he could hammer a nail into the painting.
Based on the book by Smith and his wife Aileen Mioko Smith, and adapted for screen by David K. Kessler, the film is being directed by Andrew Levitas, and is being billed as a "real life David versus Goliath story," pitting Smith against a powerful corporation responsible for poisoning the people of Minamata, a Japanese fishing village, in 1971.
With the glory days of World War II far behind him, Smith has become a recluse, disconnected from society and his career....
After being canceled by Fox, beloved comedy series was saved by NBC and revived for a sixth season. That means we'll get to see what happens after Jake and Amy's wedding, and check in with the rest of the gang. Plenty of reasons to be excited, no? Fortunately for all of us, star Terry Crews revealed exactly when we can expect our favorite detectives back on our TV screens: January.
The actor, who plays human teddy bear Terry Jeffords, dropped the news during an Instagram live video in which he was clearly on set and dressed as his character.
Video | Terry Crews just announced on instagram live that Brooklyn Nine-Nine will be back with season 6 in January!! pic.twitter.com/85C2lj8Znm
- Brooklyn 99 Updates (@UPDATESB99) October 22, 2018
Although costars like Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher,
Diana Sowle died early on Friday, her representative confirmed to the BBC. She was 88. A cause of death for the actress has not been revealed.
“She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend, and will be deadly missed,” the rep said in a statement, adding that Sowle died “with family by her side.”
Sowle is best remembered for her role in the 1971 film, her first-ever screen credit, where she memorably sang “Cheer Up Charlie.”
Her only other film
Before Alfonso Ribeiro helped Smith meet his now-wife Pinkett Smith, it turns out he and the actress went out.
“I actually think I dated Alfonso,” Pinkett Smith, 47, said on Monday’s episode of her Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk featuring Smith, their daughter Willow and Pinkett Smith’s mom Adrienne Banfield-Jones. “I think I went one date together.”
This didn’t come as a shock to Smith, though. “And he, like, took you on a motorcycle or something,” the actor, 50, added.
In nine of the past 10 years, the best picture winner debuted at one of the Big Three. The lone exception: “The Artist,” which had premiered at Cannes in May. In other words, by mid-September, the best picture winner has been seen, handicapped and virtually sealed.
That’s one reason why the end-of-February Oscar ceremony seems so late: It arrives more than five months after pundits have declared the winner. Fifteen of the 19 feature winners this year had also debuted at one of the Big Three fests.
“The president thinks you’re stupid,” King declared while wagging his finger. “The president thinks people are stupid.”
King’s mini-outburst came when his show, “Inside Politics,” played footage of former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci telling “Morning Joe” that calling out Trump’s lies may feel good, but it’s not the way to defeat him in 2020.
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“When you guys are upset about it and listing all the lies and trying to explain that you can’t get a tax cut done in 10 days, people are happy about the fact that he is a wrecking ball inside of Washington and smashing into this,” Scaramucci told Joe and Mika. “If you want to beat the president, exposing his lies or
Yet, Donna Langley, chairman of Universal Pictures, preaches caution to anyone suggesting that this is somehow “their year.”
“If you look over the last few years, you’ve had movies like ‘Gravity,’ which is a big studio movie. You had ‘Lincoln,
Shortly after Donald Trump announced last year that he intended to block transgender people from serving in the military,
Bottom Line: Ever since 2002, when Keira Knightley popped at age 17 in TV’s “Dr. Zhivago” and on-screen in Gurinder Chadha’s girl-power soccer movie “Bend it Like Beckham,” the actress has picked her projects well. Still only 33, the screen beauty has earned an Officer of the British Empire (OBE) and is equally capable of carrying bodice-ripping dramas and athletic action roles. Perhaps her most charming performance was in Richard Curtis’ holiday comedy “Love Actually,” juggling expressions of affection from swains Chiwetel Ejiofor and Andrew Lincoln.
Although she grew up in London as the child of two actors,
Project Regeneration marks the first Static-x record since 2009’s Cult of Static. The band shared a trailer for the record,
In paperwork filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, district attorney Jackie Lacey and others have asked that the commentary be admitted as evidence of “adoptive admission.”
Prosecutors contend that the film, while fictional, was based on Durst’s case, and that Durst told filmmakers on camera that he felt the drama “was very, very, very close in much of the ways about what, pretty much, happened.”
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“All Good Things, although a ‘fictional’ movie, was specifically based and marketed as the story of the disappearance and death of defendant Robert Durst’s (‘Defendant’) wife, the subsequent murder of his best friend, and the killing of
“You can see they’ve got a family in a raft,” Jenkins whispered into the camera as he observed the scene from afar while hidden in the bushes across a waterway. “What we’re witnessing now is clearly a family that was being brought over.”
“This is an attempt to illegally cross and they’ve gone back over there,” Jenkins continued in a segment that aired Tuesday on Fox News. “We seem to have successfully foiled this attempt.”
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The Fox News reporter then caught up with a number of migrants and demanded answers as they marched along a muddy road.
“You know this is an illegal crossing? And you came anyway?
Knight’s backing of a member of Donald Trump’s Republican party creates dissonance at a moment when Nike has launched its new “Just Do It” campaign featuring blackballed quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Trump has maligned Kaepernick
The film will premiere at the Philadelphia Film Festival on Friday as part of a festival run that includes Doc NYC and Sound Unseen in Minneapolis. An exclusive first-look can be seen below.
Producer and director Olivia Lichtenstein made the film through U.K.-based factual TV and film banner Storyvault Films.
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska will portray the film’s titular Angels. Jonathan Tucker, Sam Claflin, Noah Centineo, and Luis Gerardo Mendez are also on board.
Elizabeth Banks is directing and starring as one of the Bosley characters. Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou will play the other two Bosleys.
The latest draft of the script is written by Jay Basu and Banks, based on earlier versions by Craig Mazin and Semi Chellas. Banks and Max Handelman will produce under their Brownstone Productions banner, along with Doug Belgrad, who is also co-financing through his 2.0 Entertainment, and Elizabeth Cantillon.
The film will focus on the next generation of Angels working for the mysterious Charlie. The Townsend Agency has grown considerably and gone global, providing security and intelligence services to a wide variety of private clients.
Now Chapman is suing the Queens rapper for copyright infringement. In the complaint, obtained by Rolling Stone, Chapman alleges
Now they’ve rejoined for a new album called Merrie Land, due out November 16th. Longtime David Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti produced the LP
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