Self-proclaimed psychic's paranormal investigations included Amityville Horror and Enfield Poltergeist cases.
2ND UPDATE, Friday 1:12 PM: Here's what we know at this point in time and we'll have further updates: New Line's The Curse of La Llorona is eyeing a $9.1 million-plus Friday for a $19M-$20M opening at 3,372 theaters The studio's Shazam! will settle for second for the Easter frame at $15.7M (a 36% dip), at 4,183 […]
Roman Polanski thinks the Academy of Motion Pictures didn’t oust him appropriately by failing to provide proper notice or allowing him to defend himself, and now he wants back in. The controversial director just filed a lawsuit, obtained by The Blast, claiming the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences didn’t follow proper protocol when […] The post Roman Polanski Sues to Be Reinstated to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences appeared first on The Blast.
Alyssa Milano’s call to boycott Georgia has not found support by studios, which rely on the state's unique and valuable tax incentives.
UPDATED with new release date: Universal has dated its Paul Feig-directed romantic comedy Last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding and Emma Thompson for November 8, 2019. That's ahead a week from its originally announced November 15 date. Deadline broke the news about the project back in June. Last Christmas is inspired by the hit holiday ballad […]
In 2019, surely no actor could carry a movie titled "The Perfect Date" otherthan Noah Centineo, breakout star of the summer hit "To All the Boys I'veLoved Before
The singer-turned-actress shared her gratitude for her co-star and dished on the 'humbling' experience of filming the romantic musical.
The British actress joins the cast of the Agatha Christie adaptation as one of the chief suspects of a murder mystery. "Death on the Nile" follows Poirot as he attempts to solve the murder of a young heiress while on holiday in Egypt. The breakout star of last year's box-office hit "Black Panther," where she played Wakandan princess and tech whiz Shuri, Wright will star in the adaptation alongside Branagh, Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer and Jodie Comer. She will play Rosalie Otterbourne, a suspect in the murder.
Disney has halted production on “Mouse Guard,” a motion capture film originally set up at 20th Century Fox ahead of the Disney and Fox merger, just two weeks before the film was set to begin production, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.Idris Elba, Andy Serkis, Sonoya Mizuno, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Jack Whitehall are all attached to the project based on the comic book series written and illustrated by David Petersen.The producers, including director Wes Ball, Joe Hartwick Jr., Matt Reeves, Stephen Christy and Ross Richie, have been allowed to shop “Mouse Guard” to other studios.Also Read: How Disney Could Shake Up Fox Film Slate, Starting With Brad Pitt's 'Ad Astra'The “Mouse Guard” stories are set in a world of sentient mice living in the medieval era in which a brotherhood are sworn to protect their brethren. The project is meant to be a motion capture film, with Mizuno attached to play the lead role.While it’s unclear exactly why the project was scrapped at Disney, the heavily-CGI “Mouse Guard” has a budget of $170 million and veers closely to the technology incorporated in something like Disney’s live-action remake of “The Lion King.”Some other Fox titles, including “Death on the Nile,” are still moving forward at Disney, though Disney recently shuttered the Fox 2000 arm of the company.News of “Mouse Guard’s” halting was first reported by Deadline.Read original story ‘Mouse Guard’ Halted at Disney 2 Weeks Before Production Begins At TheWrap
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival has announced its lineup, unveiling an official selection that includes 13 female filmmakers, a number of genre movies, more American titles than last year and an opportunity for Elton John to make a star turn on the Croisette. Twelve of the 47 films announced Thursday are directed by women (one […]
(Warning: May cause nausea.) As far as the most bonkers fan theories go in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, one clear-cut winner has emerged recently in predicting the climax (back end?) of the highly anticipated "Avengers: Endgame."
Deadline reported today that Linton has written, directed and produced her first feature film, "Me, You, Madness," in which she'll star alongside "Gossip Girl" star Ed Westwick.