Jurassic World 3 will be written franchise newcomer Emily Carmichael along with Colin Trevorrow, the director of the 2015 reboot and co-writer of Fallen Kingdom.
And the studio has set a June 11, 2021 release date for the movie.
Trevorrow is returning to exec produce the new chapter along with Steven Spielberg, the filmmaker behind the original movies in the 1990s.
Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley are returning as producers.
Plot details are...
The tentpole hauled $263.1 million in the U.S. within five days, second only to 2015’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at $325.4 million. “Black Panther” eclipsed the five-day North American mark for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” by $1.3 million and “Jurassic World” by $4.6 million.
Tuesday’s international take was $14.6 million for a total of $199.2 million, led by the U.K. with $28.5 million and South Korea with $28.3 million. It already has a worldwide total of $462.3 million.
“Black Panther” is one of five films that opened with a $200 million domestic weekend (with $202 million), joining “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Jurassic World,” and “The Avengers.” It’s notched an A+ Cinemascore — becoming only the second Marvel film to do so
The MGM film's release date has also been moved up from its Aug. 10 bow to June 29.
Wilson revealed the news in a tweet Wednesday morning accompanying a photo of her and Hathaway embracing and smiling.
"Get ready for this beaut," she wrote. "The Con is On."
The Hustle — a remake of 1988's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels starring Steve Martin, Michael Caine and Glenne Headly — was originally given the title Nasty Women, when it was announced a little over a...
Netflix’s relationship with the Duplass brothers goes back to their first feature film, “The Puffy Chair,” which Netflix’s Red Envelope Entertainment co-distributed in 2005. In 2015, Netflix signed an Svod deal with the brothers that included “Blue Jay,” “Take Me” and “Creep 2,” as well as the upcoming “Duck Butter” and “Outside In.”
The previous agreement gave Netflix exclusive worldwide SVOD distribution rights after a short theatrical window.
Longtime independent Us filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass have signed a deal giving Netflix worldwide rights to four of their upcoming projects.
The deal will kick off with the release later this year of an as yet untitled project starring Ray Romano and Mark Duplass. Described by Netflix as “a bittersweet bromance about friendship, mortality and made-up sports,” the film recently finished production.
Alex Lehman directed from a script he wrote with the Duplass brothers. Mel Eslyn, president of the Duplass Brothers company, is producing with Alana Carithers and Sean Bradley.
The Duplass’ relationship with Netflix goes back to 2005, when the brothers’ first feature, The Puffy Chair, was acquired and co-distributed by Netflix’s Red Envelope Entertainment operation.
In 2015 the brothers signed an Svod deal with Netflix covering Lehman’s first feature Blue Jay, Take Me, Creep 2 and the upcoming Duck Butter and [link=tt
Spotlight Pictures has acquired worldwide sales rights to American Exit and is introducing the dramatic thriller to buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Written and directed by Ingo Vollkammer and Tim McCann and based on a true story, the film centres on a dying man’s attempt to reconnect with his estranged son on a dangerous yet bonding journey.
Dane Cook, Levi Miller, John Savage and Udo Kier star, with Vollkammer, McCann, Jennifer Konawal, Ross Kohn and Nancy Leopardi producing.
Cosmopolis Entertainment fully financed the film, which was shot in Los Angeles and Palm Springs.
Ryan McCombs, vice president of Los Angeles-based Spotlight, said: “The whole team at Spotlight is thrilled to be working on Ingo’s mesmerising and bold film. We are exhilarated to bring this powerful story to a worldwide audience”.
Cosmopolis, also based in Los Angeles, was formed in 2015 to
The future of The Weinstein Company (TWC) remained uncertain this week with several new developments in the aftermath of the alleged sexual harassment scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein.
On Wednesday, the investment group led by Maria Contreras-Sweet and Ron Burkle that has been trying to acquire TWC for $500m met with New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose lawsuit against TWC recently caused sale talks to stall.
The meeting was reportedly described by insiders as “productive,” with an increase in the size of the compensation fund for Weinstein’s accusers among the topics of discussion.
Meanwhile, David Glasser, the TWC president and chief operating officer who was fired last week, has reportedly said that he is planning a lawsuit against the company seeking damages of more than $85m. Glasser is said to have hired a Los Angeles law firm to file a suit claiming
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The film will be written and directed by Cuarón and financed by Lantica Media.
Set in the near future, “Z” reimagines the classic legend based on the beloved masked swashbuckler. The movie is a co-production between Lantica Pictures and Mark Amin’s Sobini Films.
Sobini Films and Lantica Media are producing. Anne-Marie Ross of Pantelion International has launched sales in Berlin and UTA Independent Film Group represents U.S. rights.
Clemons was most recently seen in the Sundance pic “Hearts Beat Loud,” which sold to Sony Pictures Classics following its festival debut. She will also appear in the Jason Blum movie “Sweetheart,” bowing this year, and is still attached to play Iris West in “The Flash” at Warner Bros.
Clemons can be seen next in the TBS comedy “Angie Tribeca” and in the indie “An L.A. Minute.”
She is repped
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Imax Corp. and Warner Bros. Pictures have selected Kristen Bell to narrate the documentary adventure “Pandas,” a global story about reintroducing captive-born pandas to the wild.
The film will be released in select Imax theatres starting April 6. David Douglas and Drew Fellman, the filmmakers behind “Born to be Wild” and “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar,” directed the film, which Fellman wrote and produced, with Douglas as director of photography.
Donald Kushner and Steve Ransohoff also produced the film, with Li Xiao Dong, David Haring, and Elie Samaha executive producing and Neal Allen serving as line producer.
Bell said, “‘Pandas’ not only spotlights the important work being done to protect these beloved and ridiculously cute animals, but it provides us with inspiration and hope and showcases the great things we can achieve when we
“I called him and told him he was totally crazy,” She says laughing. “‘How has it occurred to you I would be capable of doing this?’ And he said he was 100% sure I was going to be able to do it.
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The family of a Pulitzer-winning playwright has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Guillermo del Toro and Fox Searchlight alleging that the Oscar-nominated film The Shape of Water is a “derivative” work that has “glaring similarities” to a 1969 play.
David Zindel, son of American playwright Paul Zindel, filed the complaint Wednesday alleging that Del Toro’s critically acclaimed film, which has more Oscar nominations than any other this year, has “exploited” the play Let Me Hear You Whisper and should have credited and licensed his father’s work.
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