Gerard Butler is opting for something more dramatic for his next film as he's joined the cast of Mark Williams' "The Headhunter's Calling" at Voltage Pictures.
Butler will play a corporate headhunter who works at Blackrock Recruiting arranging jobs for engineers. When his 10-year-old son falls ill, his personal and professional priorities clash.
"The Fault in Our Stars" and "Divergent" actor Ansel Elgort is attached to star in Michael Cuesta's new 1980s Beirut-set drama "Code Name Veil" at Black Label Media.
Inspired by real events, a rookie CIA agent (Elgort) investigates the attacks against the U. S. Embassy and Marine barracks during the 1983 bombings in Beirut.
Edward Ashley ("In The Heart Of The Sea") has joined the cast of James Gray's historical adventure "The Lost City of Z" which also stars Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland and Charlie Hunnam.
An adaptation of David Grann's book, Hunnam plays a man who headed into the Amazon on a mapping quest in 1925.
"Black Mass" director Scott Cooper is in talks to direct "American Wolf" for Warner Bros. Pictures, Appian Way and Langley Park.
Based on source material from Texas Monthly editor Nate Blakeslee, the story follows a hunter in Yellowstone National Park who accidentally kills an endangered American wolf.
An unlikely friendship soon forms between him and the wildlife researcher who works with wolves in the park.
In every film that involves Luc Besson, the French action mastermind behindÂ Leon: The ProfessionalÂ and theÂ TakenÂ series, there is at least one jaw-dropping action set piece that always justifies the existence of the whole movie, even if the rest of the runtime is sub-par. Even in B-
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