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Elisabeth Moss To Play Former Congresswoman Katie Hill In Blumhouse Biopic | Film News

  Elisabeth Moss is teaming with Blumhouse once again. Having starred in this year’s The Invisible Man, and also signed on for another thriller with the studio titled Mrs. March, Moss has signed on to collaborate with Jason Blum‘s studio once again, but this project is not in the horror/thriller realm.   Instead, Moss has signed on to play divisive[…]

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Elisabeth Moss & Blumhouse Teaming For Another Psychological Thriller | Film News

  Even if it wasn’t a bizarre, limited year for movies, The Invisible Man would still be one of the major bright spots of 2020. The film was both a critical and commercial success and included yet another top tier performance from Elisabeth Moss. So it’s great news that she and Blumhouse, the studio that developed the film, are teaming[…]

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Elisabeth Moss To Star In ‘Shining Girls’ For Apple | TV News

  Elisabeth Moss is having a good year despite the obvious terribleness of it in general. She starred in The Invisible Man, one of the best narrative features of the year, as well as Josephine Decker‘s intense biopic Shirley.   She continues her lead role on The Handmaid’s Tale, and just a few days ago signed a first look deal[…]

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Elisabeth Moss To Star In True Crime Series ‘Candy’ | TV News

  Despite this being a strange year for movies, Elisabeth Moss has still managed to have good one thanks to starring in The Invisible Man and Josephine Decker‘s Shirley. She’s also still starring in The Handmaid’s Tale on the TV side, and now has another big TV role lined up.   Moss will star in Candy, a true crime series[…]

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Universal Developing ‘Monster Mash’ Musical | Film News

  Universal have been trying to create their Marvel-esque monsters cinematic universe for a while now, and nothing has really worked. The Dark Universe, as it was to be called, failed historically with the release fo 2017’s The Mummy, which was critically panned and performed poorly at the box office.   That halted plans for interconnected films based on other[…]

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