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Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles spent another weekend at the top of the box office. The newcomers -- The November Man and As Above/So Below -- performed just as expected.
After recapturing the top spot from Ninja Turtles last weekend, Guardians managed to remain there with a $22.9 million take over the four-day Labor Day holiday.
I know IMDB has had a page for this for who-knows-how-long, and there have been countless rumors and several false starts, but what I want to know from an industry insider is Where's my fucking Neuromancer movie? submitted by PunkShocker [link] [4 comments]
He's up for the Coen brothers' latestBeautiful Creatures may not have rocketed him into the YA franchise hall of fame, but Alden Ehrenreich has been finding plenty of work regardless. Woody Allen hired him for Blue Jasmine and he’s currently in talks to join the star-studded ensemble lining up for Joel and Ethan Coen’s latest, Hail Caesar!.
He's attached to a new comedyThough his name has recently come up in connection with season two of HBO crime drama True Detective, Vince Vaughn appears to be sticking with cinematic comedy for now. At least in terms of potential future projects, as he’s attached to Sony’s The Politician. Goon/What If director Michael Dowse is aboard to direct the film, which Seth Rogen is producing alongside Evan Goldberg.
She'll star with Sam Claflin in the novel adaptationMGM is hoping it can wrangle together the next big book adaptation drama with a film based on Jojo Moyes' bestseller Me Before You. A crucial part of a film like this is finding the leads, and the company has Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin in negotiations.
Successful animated franchises are worth their weight in gold -- but like gold, they're kind of heavy and rather expensive, so most studios aren't as quick to sign off on a sequel as they'd be with, say, a cheapo horror flick that makes a bundle of money. Case in point: DreamWorks' recently announced decision to slow its roll with the How to Train Your Dragon movies.