Film Archives - Conversations About Her


Conversations About Her

Film Adaptation Of Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Follies’ In The Works | Film News

  BBC Films and Heyday Films have secured the film rights to Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman‘s musical, Follies. The silver screen adaptation will be written and directed by Dominic Cooke, a four-time Olivier Award winner who directed the critically acclaimed 2017 revival of the musical at London’s National Theatre.   The musical is based on the book by Goldman,[…]

Share Button

‘Beverly Hills Cop 4’ Is A Go At Netflix | Film News

  Having just released Dolemite Is My Name and getting people talking about Eddie Murphy again, Netflix is sticking with the legendary comedian. The streaming giant will now reportedly release Beverly Hills Cop 4. Paramount will licence the rights to the streaming platform, but Jerry Bruckheimer will remain on board and produce the film.   This project wasn’t a part[…]

Share Button

First Glimpse At Ben Affleck’s Alcoholic Basketball Coach In Trailer For ‘The Way Back’ | Film Trailer

  Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for The Way Back, the alcoholism/basketball drama starring Ben Affleck. The Oscar winner plays a former high school basketball star whose adult life spiralled downwards following a tragic loss, which drove him to the drink. But when he’s asked to coach the basketball team at his former school after their coach unexpectedly[…]

Share Button

Mark Wahlberg Joins Tom Holland In ‘Uncharted’ Adaptation | Film News

  For Uncharted fans, tracking the progress of the film adaptation has been an ordeal. The film has been in various stages of development for years, seemingly pulling itself together only to fall apart again. Fortunately, it looks like this time everything might be ok. Mark Wahlberg has signed on to join Tom Holland in the movie.   With two[…]

Share Button

Regina Hall To Produce & Star In ‘Master’ For Amazon | Film News

  Regina Hall has signed on to produce and star in the drama Master for Amazon Studios. The film is being described as an occult drama. It follows two black women at a predominantly white college in Massachusetts; one is a freshman, while the other is the head of students (aka, Master). They both begin to experience haunting activities ingrained[…]

Share Button