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Amazon Passes On ‘The Dark Tower’ Series | TV News

  The film adaptation of Stephen King‘s The Dark Tower hit cinemas in 2017 with fevered anticipation. But it flopped at the box office, and received mostly negative reviews. That halted the plans for any potential franchise, and it has also made Amazon decide against a potential TV adaptation.   Amazon opted to go with the pilot-first route for The[…]

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Christian Bale To Star In David O. Russell’s Next Project | Film News

  Having worked together on The Fighter and American Hustle, Christian Bale and David O. Russell are set to team up once again. Bale will star in Russell’s next project, which is reportedly being fast-tracked by New Regency. Not only that, but an A-list cast is reportedly being sought.   Fellow Oscar winners Jamie Foxx and Angelina Jolie are being[…]

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Taika Waititi Eyed To Direct A ‘Star Wars’ Movie After ‘Thor: Love & Thunder’ | Film News

  Well, this isn’t particularly surprising. Taika Waititi, one of the most popular directors working right now after a string of crowd-pleasing favourites, is being eyed to direct a Star Wars movie.   Per THR, Lucasfilm is hoping the director comes aboard the franchise after directing Thor: Love And Thunder for Marvel.   Waititi actually already has some Star Wars[…]

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‘Jack Ryan’ Showrunner Exits After Three Months | TV News

  Amazon’s Jack Ryan is searching for a new showrunner after the departure of Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring. The series has had a problem keeping the gig occupied, as Scheuring had taken over from series co-creator Carlton Cuse, who handled the duties during Seasons 1 and 2.   Cuse’s replacement David Scarpa briefly took over, before Scheuring was hired.[…]

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Steven Soderbergh Signs Three-Year Film & TV Deal With HBO | Film News

  Steven Soderbergh just got done with another prolific year, making two movies in 2019 for Netflix. He’s not close to finished. The filmmaker has signed a three-year deal to make films and TV shows for both HBO and it sister streaming service, HBO Max.   Considering this is Soderbergh, a guy who just loves making movies any way he[…]

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