Between them, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have a growing movie resume, but the success of their comedy show Key and Peele is bringing them new opportunities on the big screen. Key and Peele are producing the new Police Academy reboot, and seem to have a great degree of creative control on that film. They’re also working on a film with Judd Apatow. And now, as the fourth season of Key and Peele premieres they’re working with Paramount on a Substitute Teacher movie, bringing the show’s Mr. Garvey character to the big screen. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 by Angie Han
The TV series version of The Girlfriend Experience won’t star Sasha Grey, but its lead should be familiar to Steven Soderbergh fans all the same. Riley Keough, memorably seen nuzzling a teacup pig in Soderbergh’s Magic Mike, is set to lead the 13-part half-hour series. Hit the jump for more on the Riley Keough Girlfriend Experience news.
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We don’t know much about Star Trek 3, but we do know one thing. Writer director Roberto Orci is 100% committed to the project. Months after leaving the Spider-Man franchise because he had too much on his plate, Orci has now reportedly pulled himself off Lionsgate’s 2016 reboot of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as well. Read more about the Roberto Orci Power Rangers departure below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, September 19th, 2014 by Angie Han
Another Mark Millar adaptation is headed our way, this time with a Star Wars writer in tow. Gary Whitta, who was recently tasked with penning one of the Star Wars standalone movies, is set to script Starlight, based on Millar’s comic.
The sci-fi pic will follow an aging Earthling space hero who’s called back up to the skies for one last adventure. Goran Parlov drew the book. Hit the jump for more details on the Gary Whitta Starlight script.
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Not long ago, the announcement of a TV series that adapts or jumps off from a noted film would have elicited nothing but eyerolls. After shows like Fargo and Hannibal, however, even the most skeptical onlooker must realize that it’s better to keep an open mind. And when HBO is involved? The “benefit of the doubt” requirement goes way up.
HBO is making a series adaptation of Westworld, based on the 1973 feature film by Michael Crichton. In the movie, visitors to an advanced theme park for adults found their lives threatened when the androids populating the park break down and change behavior thanks to a virus-like problem. Miranda Otto (The Lord of the Rings, Rake) has just joined the cast, along with recent signee Thandie Newton (Rogue, E.R.). Read More »
If you’ve got not stomach for ’90s nostalgia, set your next big vacation for July 2016. The Power Rangers movie comes out then, as Lionsgate moves forward with its big-screen re-do of the long-running TV series. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 by Angie Han
David Brent hasn’t made it as a rock star quite yet, but he is about to become a movie star. BBC Films has announced a feature film spin-off of The Office titled Life on the Road, with Ricky Gervais set to reprise his role as the former Wernham Hogg manager.
Hit the jump for more details on The Office spin-off movie. Read More »
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If you spent days and weeks of your life watching Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as a kid, that knowledge is about to pay off. In a new interview, the producer of the recently announced new film, Roberto Orci, said the upcoming film is not a reboot. It will, in fact, share continuity with everything that’s been set up before it. Read his full quote and some more details below. Read More »