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Letitia Wright To Star In Agnieszka Smoczynska’s English-Language Debut ‘The Silent Twins’ | Film News

  Black Panther breakout star Letitia Wright has signed on to star in The Silent Twins, the English-language debut from Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Smoczynska. She will star alongside rising actress Tamara Lawrance (The Long Song) from a script penned by Andrea Seigel (Laggies).   The screenplay is based on the book of the same name by investigative journalist Marjorie Wallace.[…]

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James Mangold In Talks To Replace Steven Spielberg As ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Director | Film News

  Indiana Jones 5 is still a go, but reportedly not with Steven Spielberg at the helm. James Mangold (Logan, Ford v Ferrari) is in talks to replace the legendary director and helm the fifth instalment of the franchise.   It’s unclear whether this news will mean more delays in production. The film had been slated to begin shooting this[…]

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Zazie Beetz & Melissa Leo To Star In Drama ‘Shelter’ | Film News

  Per Deadline, Zazie Beetz and Melissa Leo have signed on to star in a drama titled Shelter.   Jennifer Gerber is directing from a script by David Rysdahl, which revolves around a troubled father who reconnects with his estranged daughter after they find themselves homeless in the middle of a winter storm. Desperate for shelter, the duo returns to[…]

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Kevin Hart To Star In Action-Comedy From ‘Broad City’ Duo & ‘Girls Trip’ Director | Film News

  Kevin Hart has signed on to star in a new action-comedy at Universal Pictures. Broad City‘s Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs have developed an original idea, and Girls Trip director Malcolm D. Lee is on board to direct. He also previously directed Hart alongside Tiffany Haddish in 2018’s Night School.   Plot details are being kept under wraps[…]

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Zach Baylin To Write The Script For ‘Creed 3’ | Film News

  2015’s Creed revitalised the boxing franchise thanks to director Ryan Coogler and star Michael B. Jordan. The follow-up, Creed II, was left in the hands of Steven Caple Jr. after Coogler went on to direct Black Panther, and kept the franchise afloat despite not nearing the acclaim of the first film.   Since then, we haven’t heard much about[…]

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