Charlie Kaufman is writing and directing a horror movie?! Kinda. I'll leave that up to you and the final film to decide. But the rundown for I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Kaufman's upcoming Netflix adaptation of Ian Reid's 2016 novel of the same name, has been described as a psychological thriller and horror fiction. So there you go. Boom. And today we have word the horror-thriller has just added Hollywood heavy-hitters such as Toni Collette, Jessie Buckley, and David Thewlis to the cast which already includes Jesse Plemons. Charlie Kaufman is writing and directing the movie which is based on Ian Reid's 2016 novel of the same name. The book follows the tale of a man and his girlfriend, who is thinking of terminating their relationship, going on a road trip to a secluded farm so she can meet his parents. Sounds quaint, right? Nope. Out of nowhere, this young man takes himself a detour and then unexpectedly leaves his girlfriend stranded out in the middle of nowhere. From there the … [Read more...] about Charlie Kaufman’s Netflix Horror Movie Lines Up Stellar Cast
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Suicide Squad movie by Guardians of the Galaxy helmer James Gunn. This past Summer, Disney parted ways with James Gunn after several offensive tweets he wrote years ago resurfaced. About three months after that happened, Gunn signed on to write the next Suicide Squad movie for Warner Brothers. Now, Gunn is also directing the movie for a Summer 2021 release. Also read: The Next Batman Could Be 20 Years Younger Than Ben Affleck According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zack Snyder and his wife and producing partner Deborah Snyder are acting as executive producers on Gunn’s Suicide Squad movie. Charles Roven and Peter Safran are also on board as producers on the project. Titled The Suicide Squad, Gunn’s take on the property is said to be more of a relaunch than a sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 movie. It’s expected to feature a mostly all-new cast of characters and actors. Also read: Zack Snyder Returns To Movies With ‘Army of the Dead’ For … [Read more...] about Zack Snyder To Produce James Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Movie
Updated 6:57 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 DERIDDER, La. (AP) — Netflix has bought the rights to a movie set in a century-old southwest Louisiana landmark called the Gothic Hanging Jail , even though it was filmed on the other side of the state. Charlie Shotwell plays the title role in "Eli," about a boy being treated for a rare disease at a clinic in a haunted prison. It will be on the streaming service sometime this year, but no date has yet been set, Netflix spokeswoman Sabryna Phillips said in an email Monday to The Associated Press. Beauregard Parish Tourism Director Lori Darbonne told the American Press that having the movie streamed should boost local tourism in a big way. "After seeing the great success of other movies released by Netflix, I believe this will be a huge deal for the jail and I am excited to see what that level of publicity may do for the facility," she said. About 40 to 160 people tour the jail during any given month, she said. The film … [Read more...] about Netflix buys movie made partly at Louisiana Gothic jail
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Shortly after the episode hyped as Rick Grimes' final appearance on "The Walking Dead" ended last Sunday night, Variety broke some news about AMC's iconic zombie-apocalypse series: Grimes, the central character played by Andrew Lincoln, will live on in three TV movies written by former showrunner Scott Gimple, who now apparently has the unique title of "The Walking Dead" television universe chief content officer. As someone who stopped watching regularly after the first episode of the second season back in 2011, perhaps I should refrain from commenting on what this news means to the fans of a show that so clearly hates them. (Hmm, perhaps I didn't quite refrain.) What it means to the TV business as a whole is unclear at this early stage, though it certainly seems like a strange move for a show with a dwindling audience -- deadline.com reported the Oct. 21 episode drew the lowest key-demographic ratings in the show's history. "The Walking Dead" and its spinoff, "Fear the Walking … [Read more...] about ‘Walking Dead’ TV movie plan is foolhardy, but could it be foolish?