Lionsgate has dated the film for nationwide release on November 27, 2019 for the Thanksgiving holiday corridor.
The film became possible when director Danny Boyle exited James Bond 25. While that film regrouped — Cary Fukunaga is directing it — Craig suddenly had an open slot, and Johnson and his producing partner Ram Bergman took full advantage with an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery that Johnson wrote and was able to squeeze in before he and Bergman drill down on a new trilogy in the Star Wars universe.
Apple has handed a straight-to-series order to the project, titled My Glory Was I Had Such Friends, based on the memoir by Amy Silverstein. The memoir follows a woman awaiting a last-minute heart transplant, and her close female friends who supported her along the way. Karen Croner (Admission) will pen the series and also serve as an executive producer.
Garner and Abrams will both also serve as EPs on the limited series.
Co-created by Luke Kelly-Clyne and Steve Marovitch, UnMade will follow comedians as they share the inspirations, plots and stories behind their projects and scripts that never saw the light of day. In each five-to-eight-minute episode, a celebrity guest will reveal a pitch or screenplay for an early passion project they were never able to get off the ground. These ambitious, often misguided and always hilarious ideas are then given a second chance, brought to life via a team of actors and a professional production crew. UnMade guest stars include Nick Cannon, Rainn Wilson, Tig Notaro, “Weird Al” Yankovic,
Rival distributors didn’t know what to expect from Once Upon a Deadpool; the film flew under the radar of tracking, and for Fox, it’s all gravy for the Deadpool brand. Not to comp because the movie catered to a completely different crowd, but the Weinstein Co.’s The King’s Speech changed its rating from R to PG-13 following its Oscar best picture win in 2011 earning $1.1M over three-days in its April re-release for a final tally of $3.3M. The whole thought process behind
While making “Private Life,” director Tamara Jenkins and actors Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti talked about “Waiting for Godot,” “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Dog Day Afternoon” — but you’d have to know what to look for to find echoes of those projects in Jenkins’ rich family story. The tale of a New York theater couple in their 40s trying desperately to overcome infertility issues and have a baby, the film is both comic and wrenching. Hahn and Giamatti are quietly gripping as a couple whose relationship is tested with each failed procedure.
“I loved the specificity of Tamara’s writing and the absolutely perfect human comedy of this marriage,” said Hahn, who suggests years of hurt behind each smile. “I had such deep and complete empathy
“Relics and Rarities,” a new RPG series based on the classic game Dungeons & Dragons, will premiere on subscription service Alpha in February 2019. Hosted by Deborah Ann Woll the Geek & Sundry series promises to delve into a world of mystery, monster and murder.
The CW’s “Black Lightning” returns on Monday, Jan. 21 at 9 p.m. The network has released a first look photo of China Anne McClain as Lightning, fighting crime alongside her father and older sister.
7. “The Amazing Spider-Man”
The first attempt to reboot the series after the Sam Raimi trilogy is easily the worst because it’s just so irritating to watch. It’s one thing to be bad, and it’s something else entirely to be annoying.
6. “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”
Unlike its predecessor, Marc Webb’s second failed attempt to make a coherent “Spider-Man” movie at least had the decency to be amusing thanks in no small part to the decision to have an unhinged glowing Jamie Foxx as the main villain.
5. “Spider-Man 3
According to the Journal, the probe — which is still in its early stages — is looking into whether the committee took donations from individuals seeking access into the new administration.
The investigation started after federal agents seized materials from Trump’s former longtime lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen, who was sentenced Wednesday to three years in federal prison, the paper said.
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TheWrap has not corroborated the Journal’s report.
In April, FBI agents raided Cohen’s office and hotel room looking for evidence in connection with a payment Cohen made to adult film star Stormy Daniels, who said she had an sex
James will play the male lead, Sam, an aspiring songwriter, secret romantic and young widower who will do anything for his son. The series, which was set up at Fox but moved over to Netflix, already stars Jenna Dewan, Callie Hernandez and Madeline Stowe.
The cast features Dewan as Joanna, Hernandez as Nellie, Stowe as Margot, Jahmil French as Dante, Campbell Scott as Frank, Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Annette, Megan Ferguson as Gigi and Evan Whitten as Barry. It was previously reported that Castillo’s role would be recast in the Netflix version.
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Written by former “Smash” and “Quantico” showrunner Josh Safran, “Mixtape” is a romantic
Set in 1977 New York City, “The Hunt” centers on a group known as The Hunters, who discover that hundreds of high ranking Nazi officials have been conspiring to create a Fourth Reich in the U.S. and set out on a bloody quest to bring them to justice and thwart their new genocidal plans.
Lerman is set to play Jonah Heidelbaum, who, when his grandmother is slain by a mysterious intruder in their apartment, sets out to track the culprit — only to find himself swept up in the mysterious organization known as The Hunt, a group of justice-seeking individuals dedicated to rooting out the Nazi murderers living in the U.S. under assumed identities.
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Created and written by David Weil,
When she was a young girl in New Zealand, Thomasin McKenzie wasn’t sure what she wanted to be when she grew up. But she knew what she didn’t want to be.
“My grandma told me that one day she asked me if I wanted to be an actor, and I listed every single thing I did want to be: vet, firefighter, teacher, zookeeper … ” the 18-year-old star of Debra Granik’s “Leave No Trace” said. “And at the end, I said, ‘I do not want to be an actress.'”
In part, that was because McKenzie’s mother, Miranda Harcourt, was an actress and her father, Stuart McKenzie a theater and film director. But by the time she was 13, she’d embraced the family
Logan Lerman is in talks to star in the drama series as Jonah Heidelbaum. When his grandmother is slain by a mysterious intruder in their apartment, Jonah sets out to track the culprit, only to find himself swept up in the mysterious organization known as The Hunt, a group of justice-seeking individuals dedicated to rooting out the Nazi murderers living in the U.S. under assumed identities.
The series follows the diverse band of Nazi Hunters living in 1977 New York City. They have discovered
The question, however, for this particular post is not whether you should go see this crazy thing, but whether you need to stick around after the movie is over for some kind of bonus post-credits scene. Bonus scenes after the credits have been a staple of the McU since the beginning, but not so for big-screen “Spider-Man” movies — which have often eschewed the practice.
But at this point the post-credits scene concept is so ubiquitous in comic book movies that even DC is doing it after thumbing its nose at Marvel over this for so long. And Sony even got in on the post-credits scene fun with its recent standalone “Venom” movie.
While White definitely offered a different perspective and an alternative set of financial statistics meant to debunk De La Hoya’s recent claims that Mma’s major-league promotion doesn’t pay its fighters enough, the Ufc president mostly just ended up calling the retired boxer an “idiot” and a “liar” a bunch of times.
Oh, and White really, really wants to be drug-tested alongside De La Hoya. White had called De La Hoya “a cokehead” a few weeks ago, so that’s what that’s all about.
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First, on Mike Greenberg’s morning show “Get Up!” Thursday, White said he has paid Chuck Liddell more not to fight than De La Hoya
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