A new adaptation of the book “Little Women” has swapped Emma Stone for Emma Watson.
According to Empire Magazine, Stone, an Oscar winner for her work in “La La Land,” had to leave the project because of scheduling issues. As a result, the film has attached Emma Watson to take her place in the same role.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Emma Watson joins star-studded ‘Little Women’ cast”
Cast members from the “Guardians of the Galaxy” series from Marvel are standing in support of director James Gunn. The announcement from the combined cast comes roughly a week after Disney fired him from directing the third film.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ cast backs Gunn”
Despite heavy hitters like Star Wars and Marvel not appearing at this year’s Comic-Con, the annual event still stormed the industry this week with plenty of movie news.
This year’s Comic-Con was practically dominated by Warner Bros., with its partner DC putting out plenty of material during its presentation.
Continue reading “SPECIAL Movie Report: Recapping Comic-Con 2018”
Keri Russell who recently has been best known for her roles in the TV series “The Americans” and the film “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” could find herself in the “Star Wars” universe soon.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Keri Russell could appear in next ‘Star Wars’ film”
Matt Damon has been brought in on a film project about the life of commodities trader Marc Rich.
According to Variety, Damon will star as Rich in the film, titled “The King of Oil.” The Universal Pictures project is being produced by John Krasinski, Variety reports, through his Sunday Night Productions.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Matt Damon signs on for Marc Rich biopic”
New Line Cinema is rounding out the cast for the conclusion of the “It” story.
According to Variety, the studio announced recently that Teach Grant and Jess Weixler are attached to the project, titled “It: Chapter Two.” Variety reports that Grant will portray the former bully Henry (played by Nicholas Hamilton in the original) and Weixler will perform as the character Bill’s wife.
Weixler’s credits include work on the television series “The Son” as well as films “Chained for Life,” “Who We Are Now” and “Entanglement.” Grant, meanwhile, has had work in TV series including “The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco,” “Altered Carbon” and “Damnation.”
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Studio signing cast for ‘It’ sequel”
Two biopics about legendary singers are taking shape in Hollywood. One of them will follow the life of Marvin Gaye while the other is about Sammy Davis, Jr.
According to Deadline, the latter is coming together under the leadership of Paramount Pictures and Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura. Deadline reports that plans are in place to hire a writer and director soon to push the project into production.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Biopics of Sammy Davis Jr., Marvin Gaye in the works”
DC Entertainment is experiencing a shakeup lately, with its president and chief creative officer both leaving their roles.
According to Variety, both DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson, and Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns are both stepping away from their current titles.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: DC Entertainment experiencing leadership shift”
The cast for Clint Eastwood’s new project is coming together, with a two-time Oscar winner coming on-board.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Academy Award winner Dianne Wiest, Michael Pena and Bradley Cooper will all star in the new Eastwood film, “The Mule.” THR reports that Eastwood will direct and act in the Warner Bros. crime drama.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Cast coming together for Eastwood project, ‘Crow’ remake crashes again”