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‘Insecure’ Showrunner Prentice Penny Sets Directorial Debut ‘Uncorked’ At Netflix | Film News

  Prentice Penny, showrunner and executive producer of the series Insecure, has lined up his feature directorial debut at Netflix. It will be a father-son story titled Uncorked, with Mamoudou Athie (Patti Cake$) set to star alongside Niecy Nash (Claws) and Emmy winner Courtney B. Vance (American Crime Story).   Penny has penned the script, which is loosely based on[…]

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David Lowery To Direct Fantasy Epic ‘Green Knight’ For A24 | Film News

  Director David Lowery has been busy. We already learned that he is teaming up with Cary Fukunaga to write a TV reboot of the 1985 sci-fi film Explorers, and on top of that he’s now got his own solo project. The director will re-team with A24 to direct the follow-up to his outlaw drama The Old Man And The[…]

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‘Shrek’ Reboot In The Works From ‘Despicable Me’ Architect Chris Meledandri | Film News

  Although the last Shrek film is less than ten years old, it’s becoming clear that a decade is practically a lifetime in Hollywood, as Variety is reporting that Universal has decided to revisit the lucrative franchise and that a full Shrek reboot is in the works.   Chris Meledandri, the man behind the Despicable Me and Minions franchises, has[…]

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Kate Bosworth To Star In Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Genesis’ | Film News

  Kate Bosworth has become somewhat of a scream queen in recent years, having developed the reputation by appearing in such genre films as Black Rock, the Straw Dogs remake, Mike Flanagan‘s Before I Wake, and most recently, The Domestics. She’s set to continue her good run in genre films as she has signed on to produce and star in[…]

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Allison Janney To Star In Thriller ‘Lou’ For Bad Robot | Film News

  Fresh off her Best Supporting Actress win at the Oscars for her performance in I, Tonya, Allison Janney has signed on to star in the thriller Lou for J.J. Abrams‘ production company, Bad Robot.   The film follows a young woman and her landlord, the titular Lou, who team up to track down the former’s child after the girl[…]

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