The About Elly director will set one in Iran and the other in Spain.
EuropaCorp’s giant slate of new features includes Lucy 2, Colombiana 2, and not a lot of detail.
(Not actually about Tigers.)
Don’t look so down, Harry!
Girl loves a good summertime romance.
Witherspoon’s Pacific Standard production company will oversee the scheduled film adaptation of Maureen Sherry Klinsky’s upcoming novel.
Directed by Catherine Hardwicke, the film follows best friends grappling with life-altering news.
The rights to Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s account of his years in the Guantanamo Bay detention center have been purchased by producers Michael Bronner and Lloyd Levin.
Schumer is in every single movie all of a sudden, and it is glorious.
Roth’s first film since 2007’s Hostel II hits theaters September 25.
The novel centers on Jim, who’s really not all that different from a majestic Orca whale squeezed into a tank, when you think about it.
Overseeing studios Lionsgate and Codeblack hope that audiences will fall, to crib a phrase, in love with the Coco.
Don’t be a Dumas, go support art-film!
Making money the fllllllyyyy wayyyy.
Sorry, y’all, this is not the Watchmen spin-off film we hoped it would be.
The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir Who Got Trapped in an IKEA Wardrobe will mark another foray into English-language filmmaking.
Alternately titled, Happiness Fishing In The Nevada.
Directed by no less than Paul Schrader.
The two will star in a broad comedy about an eccentric British couple who flee to L.A. to plot a jewel theft.
Jackie will be directed by Pablo Larraín, Chilean helmer of Oscar-nominated political drama No.
She’s going out of this world! (And then, dramatically, back again.)