1 May

Ben Schwartz and Sam Rockwell to Reunite in New Comedy for Searchlight Pictures

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2020 will go down as an awful year in global history, but if we put the pandemic aside, comedian/actor/writer Ben Schwartz is actually having a pretty solid year career-wise – and it just got even better. Schwartz will write the screenplay for a mysterious new comedy for Disney’s Searchlight Pictures, which he’ll also executive produce and […]

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1 May

‘The Overlook Hotel’: Mark Romanek Provides Info on His Abandoned ‘Shining’ Prequel

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HBO Max is moving forward with Overlook, a TV series spun-off from The Shining. But at one point we could’ve had a completely different piece of entertainment bearing the Overlook name. That was The Overlook Hotel, a Shining prequel that was supposed to be directed by Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo) and written by Glen Mazzara. The script for that film exists […]

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1 May

Another ‘G.I. Joe’ Movie, a Follow-Up to ‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’, is in Development

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Yet another G.I. Joe film is in development at Paramount, because evidently someone over there believes that this is still a major, bankable franchise. Paramount and Hasbro are currently in negotiations with the writing team of Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse, who did uncredited polish on the upcoming Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins movie, to […]

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1 May

‘John Wick 4’, ‘Spiral’, and More Lionsgate Movies Get New Release Dates

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Just the other day we ran a story stating that John Wick Chapter 4 was all but guaranteed to move from its May 21, 2021 release. Sure enough, Lionsgate just shuffled a whole bunch of upcoming release dates, and John Wick 4 was one of them. The Keanu Reeves sequel won’t arrive in theaters now until 2022. Spiral, the Saw […]

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1 May

‘Hunting Season’: James Wan and ‘John Wick’ Writer Derek Kolstad Are Making a Time Travel Movie

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James Wan, John Wick writer Derek Kolstad, and Transformers producer Don Murphy are combining their talents for Hunting Season, a new time travel movie based on a short story by late author Frank M. Robinson. The story is reminiscent of 1984 and Fahrenheit 451, in that it’s set in a totalitarian society. Robinson’s short story was originally published in 1951. THR has the news […]

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1 May

Michael Sheen and David Tennant Bring Your ‘Good Omens’ Fan Fiction to Life in 30th Anniversary ‘Lockdown’ Video

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Even angels and demons are being affected the worldwide coronavirus lockdowns. One angel and demon pair, who can’t stand to be apart despite how much they deny it, are especially feeling the pressure. Michael Sheen and David Tennant reprise their roles as the angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley from Good Omens, the Amazon Prime adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s beloved fantasy-comedy […]

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1 May

Watercooler: Stephen King, Parks and Rec, Mandalorian, The Kid Who Would Be King, The Half of It, Pet Sematary, Schitt’s Creek, First Kid, Never Have I Ever, Community, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

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On the May 1, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. At The Water Cooler: What we’ve been Doing: […]

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1 May

‘L.A.’s Finest’ Season 2 Trailer: Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba Are Back

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Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba are back and ready to take on crime in Los Angeles. The TV series spin-off of the Bad Boys franchise, which is the first original series from Spectrum, is back with L.A.’s Finest season 2. Watch the L.A.’s Finest season 2 trailer below. LA’s Finest Season 2 Trailer Gabrielle Union’s Sydney “Syd” Burnett, the sister […]

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1 May

‘Star Trek Discovery’: Bryan Fuller Reveals His Original and Very Different Take on the Mirror Universe

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Bryan Fuller kicked off Star Trek Discovery with a bang, but unfortunately left before the show’s second season. The executive producer’s departure was at first blamed on the time he needed to spend working on the Starz series American Gods. But before that, there were reportedly budgetary restraints resulting in creative clashing during the writing […]

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1 May

‘The Half of It’ is Director Alice Wu’s Ode to Platonic Soulmates [Interview]

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Alice Wu thought she was done with Hollywood for good. After directing the lesbian romantic dramedy Saving Face to critical acclaim in 2004, which was partly inspired by her own coming-out experiences, Wu left the industry to take care of her mother. “I was just really living my life and it was a very rich time […]

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