So here we go.
- Flynn Picture Co. signed actors Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton to star in the romantic comedy â€œTwo Night Stand.â€ It is a Black List script by Mark Hammer about to people trapped in an apartment during a record-breaking blizzard. The film will be directed by music video helmer Max Nichols. Source: Variety
- Warner Brothers Pictures won the bidding war for the rights to adapt the James McGuireâ€™s young adult book â€œBeautiful Disaster.â€ The book was a self-published online novel similar to â€œFifty Shades of Grey,â€ but described as a little friendlier towards young adults. The book is about a good girl who meets a bad boy covered in tattoos. The boy makes a bet that if she wins, then he must abstain from sex for a month. However, if she loses, she must live with him for a month. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
- Wes Craven and Steve Niles are teaming up to create a graphic novel called â€œComing of Rage.â€ Craven directed movies like â€œThe Nightmare of Elm Streetâ€ and â€œScream.â€ Niles wrote the graphic novels â€œ30 Days of Nightâ€ and â€œWake The Dead.â€ No specific details are mentioned at this time for â€œComing of Rage,â€ but this horror graphic novel may be adapted on to the big screen if it is successful in comic book stores. Source: Deadline
- â€œWest of Memphisâ€ documentary helmer Amy Berg signed on to make her feature directorial debut in the mystery â€œEvery Secret Thing.â€ The story is based on Laura Lippmanâ€™s novel about two 11-year-old girls convicted for murdering a baby until they turn 18. Upon their release, children started to disappear and the police investigated the mystery about the duo. Actress Diane Lane is already attached to the project. Source: Variety
- Actor James Franco was signed by Millennium Films to join Jason Statham in the action thriller â€œHomefront.â€ Gary Fleder will direct the script written by Sylvester Stallone. The story is about a retired DEA agent moved into a town, which was overtaken by meth drug lord. Source: Variety
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