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‘Boondocks’ Writer Rodney Barnes To Pen Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ Monster Project | Film News

  Rodney Barnes (The Boondocks, Everybody Hates Chris) has been tapped to write the script for the feature creature being developed at New Regency by Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Kong: Skull Island). Michael B. Jordan‘s Outlier Society is also producing.   Little is known about the project – originally announced last March – except that it will be based in Detroit. That[…]

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2020 BAFTA Nominations Announced Revealing Glaring Lack Of Diversity | Film News

  The 2020 BAFTA nominations were released this morning, and the shortlists have caused a stir once again amidst accusations that they lack diversity.   Coming in at the top with 11 film nominations including best director, best film and a best actor is Todd Phillips’ Joker, despite it only winning a couple of Golden Globes on Sunday.   Joker[…]

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Timothée Chalamet To Play Bob Dylan In James Mangold’s Biopic | Film News

  Timothée Chalamet is reportedly in line to play Bob Dylan in a new biopic about the 60s folk legend’s life. James Mangold (Ford v Ferrari and the 2005 Johnny Cash biopic, Walk The Line) will direct the film, which will focus on Dylan’s early life as he slowly rises to fame and acclaim in the mid-20th century.   The[…]

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Christian Bale In Talks To Join ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’ | Film News

  Per Collider, Marvel may be close to pulling another huge star into the machine: Batman! Well, sort of. Christian Bale is reportedly in talks to join Thor: Love And Thunder. Marvel has not commented at this time.   If true, it’s somewhat surprising considering Bale’s previous DC connections, but perhaps enough time has passed since 2012’s The Dark Knight[…]

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‘Knives Out’ Sequel Reportedly In The Works With Rian Johnson Returning | Film News

  Knives Out has been a runaway hit. The original murder mystery with a stacked cast has been a consistent moneymaker, and a wave of fresh air among all the other tentpole studio releases that are mostly reboots, remakes and sequels. So of course, it’s getting a sequel.   Lionsgate has reportedly already greenlit a sequel and director Rian Johnson[…]

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