Saturday, April 20, 2019

Lucy Hale To Star In Son Of The South

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Lucy Hale, who has starred in the television show Pretty Little Liars, is set to star in a cinematic adaptation of an autobiography titled The Wrong Side Of Murder Creek: A White Southerner In The Freedom Movement. The autobiography chronicles the story of Bob Zellner; Bob became a civil rights protestor, even though he is a white man and a direct descendant of a disciple of the Ku Klax Klan. The movie will also star Lucas Till (Stoker and Paranoia) and Julia Ormond (I Know Who Killed Me and Che).

Letitia Wright To Star In Death On The Nile

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Letitia Wright (Urban Hymn and The Commuter) is set to star in a cinematic adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel titled Death on the Nile. The film will be directed by Kenneth Branagh; Branagh has directed movies such as Thor and Cinderella. The movie will also star Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) and its plot will follow Hercule Poirot (a Belgian detective) looking into the murder of a woman; the murder takes place aboard a cruise ship on the Nile River.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Monsters Inc. To Have A TV Show

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There is going to be a new television show which will extend the appearances of characters which had appeared in the Pixar movie Monsters Inc, such as James P. Sullivan (also known as 'Sully'). The show will be called Monsters At Work and its plot will revolve around a character called Tylor Tuskmon - a mechanic who hopes to one day work alongside Sulley and Mike (full name: Michael Wazaowski) on the Laugh Floor.

Andre Holland to star in The Eddy

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Andre Holland (The Knick and Castle Rock) is set to star in a television show called The Eddy. The show will be produced by Damien Chazelle; Chazelle has directed films such as La La Land. The plot (for the show) will be based in Paris, France. In the show, Holland will play the role of Elliot Udo - a jazz pianist from New York who co-owns a flop jazz club in Paris.

Julianne Moore to star in Lisey’s Story

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Julianne Moore, who has starred in movies such as Far from Heaven and Still Alice, is set to play the titular role in a television show called Lisey’s Story. The script for Lisey’s Story has been written by Stephen King; King has written many horror novels, such as Carrie and Cujo. The script will follow a woman called Lisey, whose husband has died; after the death of her husband, Lisey comes to terms with truths about her husband which she had suppressed.

Idris Elba to star in The Suicide Squad

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Idris Elba (Finding Dory and Molly’s Game) is set to star in a film called The Suicide Squad; the Suicide Squad is a band of comic-book-villains. The movie will be directed by James Gunn (Super and Avengers: Endgame) and it will see a return of stars such as Viola Davis. The film will also bring back some of the characters which were seen in the previous cinematic adaptation of the fictional group (for example: Harley Quinn).

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Tom Hanks to star in a movie based on Elvis Presley

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Tom Hanks, who has starred in movies such as Philadelphia and The Post, is going to star in a movie based on Elvis Presley. Presley was a rock and roll artist; he had released albums such as How Great Thou Art plus From Elvis in Memphis. In the movie, Hanks will play the role of Presley's manager Colonel Tom Parker; Parker had met Presley in 1955 and he was his manager for more than twenty years. The movie will be directed by Baz Luhrmann, who has also directed the movies Australia and The Great Gatsby.

Issa Rae to star in The Photograph

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Issa Rae, who has been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for her work in the television program Insecure, is going to star in a film called The Photograph. The film will be directed by Candian director Stella Megie; Meghie had previously directed the films Everything, Everything and The Weekend. The cast of the film will also include Chelsea Peretti (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Lakeith Stanfield (Atlanta).

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Scooby-Doo Movie Finds Cast

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There is going to be another Scooby-Doo movie. It will be directed by Tony Cervone, who had directed the previous Scooby-Doo animated movies and produced by Warner Bros.; the cast of the film will include stars such as Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried and Gina Rodriguez. The movie will see Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby gang up with Captain Caveman in order to thwart a rotten scheme hatched by the villain, Dick Dastardly.

Dev Patel to star in Green Knight

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Dev Patel, who has starred in movies such as the Oscar-nominated Slumdog Millionaire, is set to star in a film based on the legend of King Arthur alongside Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk) and Ralph Ineson (Ready Player One). The film is titled Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and it will chart the tale of a knight called Gawain who must slay the Green Knight, in order to prove how loyal he is to King Arthur; Sir Gawain used to be a member of Arthur’s round table.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Robert Persichetti Jr. to direct Puss in Boots Sequel

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Robert Persichetti Jr. is going to direct the sequel to the 2011 movie Puss in Boots. Robert had previously directed the Oscar-winning movie Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. The sequel is titled Puss in Boots 2: Nine Lives & 40 Thieves. It will see a return of the comedic and morally correct cat, Puss in Boots, who had first made an appearance in the second Shrek movie; in it, Puss in Boots was supposed to murder Shrek.