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‘Green Book’ Co-Writer’s Next Project Will Be Directing His Script ‘That’s Amore!’ | Film News

  Nick Vallelonga, a co-writer on awards season front-runner Green Book alongside Brian Hayes Currie and director Peter Farrelly, is already riding the wave of potential Oscar success and has set up his next project. He will settle into the director’s chair to helm his own script That’s Amore!, which is being described as a musical romantic comedy.   The[…]

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Lucas Hedges & Sterling K. Brown To Star In Musical From ‘It Comes At Night’ Director | Film News

  Lucas Hedges (Manchester By The Sea, Lady Bird) and Sterling K. Brown (Black Panther, American Crime Story) are in advanced talks to star in A24’s Waves, director Trey Edward Shults‘ follow up to It Comes At Night.   Although Shults’ previous film was a dark drama, Waves is being described as a dramatic musical with a fresh spin; “an[…]

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Adaptation of ‘Crosswind’ Comic Book Secures Development Deal | TV News

  Reportedly, Piazza Entertainment has forged a multi year producing deal with Entertainment One to develop future television projects. Vanessa Piazza, executive producer of Piazza Entertainment, has already got started on the first project, and has put an adaptation of the 2017 comic book mini series Crosswind into development.   Written by the legendary Gail Simone and drawn by Cat[…]

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NBC Renews J-Lo’s ‘Shades Of Blue’ For Second Season | TV News

  It seems like Jennifer Lopez’s acting comeback is off to a great start, as her crime drama has been reportedly renewed for a second season. As the show proves to be a hit among audiences, the network has praised Lopez’s work on the show and credits her as the largest contributing factor to its success.   NBC Entertainment president Jennifer[…]

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Watch The Trailer For Martin Scorsese’s New HBO Series ‘Vinyl’ | TV Trailer

  HBO have yet again drummed up a slick, cinematic drama with high production values and high profile names attached. Vinyl is set to air a season of 10 episodes, beginning in January 2016. It is executive produced by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terence Winter, who will also take the role of showrunner. All three have collaborated on projects before; Scorsese directed The[…]

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