J.J. Abrams, Julianne Moore, Dane DeHaan and Ron Cephas Jones talk about working with the master of horror to adapt his most personal novel for new Apple TV+ series.
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Universal and DreamWorks’ animated “Spirit Untamed” has added Jake Gyllenhaal, Julianne Moore, Isabela Merced and more to its voice cast. “Spirit Untamed” is the follow-up to the 2002 Oscar-nominated “Spirit: Stallion of Cimarron.” And rounding out the voice cast are Marsai Martin, Mckenna Grace, Andre Braugher, Walton Goggins and Eiza González. Elaine Bogan directs the film, which is an epic adventure about a headstrong girl longing for a place to belong who discovers a kindred spirit when her life intersects with a wild horse. Also Read: 'Raya and the Last Dragon' Flies Low at Box Office With $8.6 Million Opening Karen Foster is the producer, and the film’s co-director is Ennio Torresan. The original score is by composer and Universal Composers Initiative alum Amie Doherty. Merced, who broke out as the live-action Dora the Explorer in “Dora and the Lost City of Gold,” will play the lead role of Lucky Prescott, while Gonzalez plays her mother, a horse trainer and stunt performer, and Gyllenhaal plays her father. “Spirit Untamed” comes from DreamWorks and will be released by Universal on June 4. Also Read: How 'Earwig and the Witch' Dragged Studio Ghibli Into the World of CG Animation The original “Spirit” made $122 million worldwide and also became an Emmy-nominated TV series. The trailer for “Spirit Untamed” is also set to Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams,” but specifically the new version of Swift’s track that she recently re-recorded. You can check out a teaser for the film via Swift’s Instagram story. Merced is represented by CAA and Peikoff Mahan Law Office; Moore is represented by WME, Management 360 and Edelstein, Laird & Sobel; Gyllenhaal is represented by WME and Goodman, Genow, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher, LLP; Martin is represented by WME, M88 and Morris, Yorn, Barnes, Levine Krintzman, Rubenstein, Kohner & Gellman; Braugher is represented by WME, Artists First Inc, Klevan, Longarzo, Vance, Blumensaadt LLP; Goggins is represented by ICM and Darris Hatch Management; Gonzalez is represented by WME and Linden Entertainment. People first reported the news. Read original story Jake Gyllenhaal, Julianne Moore, Isabela Merced Join Cast of ‘Spirit Untamed’ Animation At TheWrap
"This is not a partisan issue," the letter reads. "This is about the political health of our democracy."
Julianne Moore previously told PEOPLE her love for her husband continues to grow and "gets way better"
Director Lisa Cholodenko says she "could feel their gayness" when she cast Moore and Annette Bening as lesbian characters.
Amid nationwide protests over racial inequality, a 2018 interview with Davis talking about being called a "Black Meryl Streep" has resurfaced. So has an old interview with Sandra Oh talking about racism in the entertainment industry.
White celebrities are vowing to call out racist jokes and "not turn a blind eye" to injustice in a new campaign.
The new trailer for "The Woman in the Window" is being compared to suspenseful movies including Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window" and the more recent "Gone Girl."
Julianne Moore looks back at her start on "As the World Turns," working while pregnant on "Big Lebowski," "The Hours" and 'Far From Heaven," and working with Jennifer Lawrence on "The Hunger Games."
A 6-year-old boy was among at least three people killed Sunday during the mass shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival — and celebrities are among those paying tribute to the young victim while once again calling for more effective gun laws.
Julianne Moore is making her return to TV in a big way: The Oscar-winning actress will star in the Apple limited series Lisey’s Story, from super duo J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, TVLine has confirmed. An adaptation of King’s 2006 horror-romance novel of the same name, the “deeply personal” thriller follows Lisey (Moore) two years […]
Apple has given a straight-to-series order to an adaptation of Stephen King’s “Lisey’s Story,” which will be written by King himself and will star Julianne Moore.The series will be executive produced by J.J. Abrams, marking his third project with the tech giant. He also has “Little Voice” with Sara Bareilles and “My Glory Was I Had Such Friends” with Jennifer Garner. This also is the third collaboration between King and Abrams, who previously partnered on Hulu’s “11.22.63” and “Castle Rock.”Apple gave the project an eight-episode order. King, Moore and Abrams will executive produce alongside Bad Robot’s Ben Stephenson.Also Read: What Apple TV+ Will Need to Do to Succeed“Lisey’s Story” is a deeply personal thriller that follows Lisey (Moore) two years following the death of her husband. A series of events causes her to begin facing amazing realities about her husband that she had repressed and forgotten. The novel was first published in 2006.“Lisey’s Story” will be Moore’s first starring TV series gig. The actress previously starred on HBO’s film “Game Change” as former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, and had a recurring role on “30 Rock.”The pickup adds another streamer in the Stephen King business. Along with the two Hulu series, CBS All Access has an adaptation of King’s acclaimed 1978 novel, “The Stand.”Read original story Apple Lands Adaptation of Stephen King Novel ‘Lisey’s Story’ With Julianne Moore Set to Star At TheWrap
"The only other time I was fired was when I was working at a yogurt stand when I was 15."
As the hearings for Brett Kavanaugh are on the horizon, Professor Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault accusations against the SCOTUS hopeful has taken center stage on Twitter with the trending hashtag #DearProfessorFord. Julianne Moore, Gabrielle Union, Eva Longoria, Marisa Tomei, America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn, and women from all walks of life are featured in a video reading the same letter supporting Professor Ford and protesting Kavanaugh’s confirmation. “You are…
Time magazine's new cover — featuring the president being forced to face immigrant children — is very real, and it's all over the internet today. Celebrities including Julianne Moore, Katie Holmes, and Olivia Wilde have shared the powerful image.
Alyssa Milano and her No Rifle Association (NoRA) coalition aren't backing down as they take Bank of America to task for failing to keep their promise to stop financing military-type firearms for civilian use.
Like in plenty suburbia-set movies of the past (think American Beauty, The Stepford Wives, Happiness, and of course, The 'Burbs), there’s some serious foul play at work in 'Suburbicon.'
"I refused," the Oscar-winning actresses wrote of her alleged interactions with the director, who has been accused of sexual misconduct.
Acclaimed filmmaker Todd Haynes reveals why he decided to make a PG film for and about kids, "Wonderstruck" ... and what inspired it.
Celebrities are banding together to #RejectTheNRA in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting — and they have a very specific plan to do so.
Julianne Moore, Robert DeNiro & David O. Russell Support Amazon for Axing Harvey Weinstein-Produced Series