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Filming has begun on the Goosebumps movie, starring Jack Black and directed by his Gulliver’s Travels collaborator Rob Letterman.
Variety reports that Super 8’s Ryan Lee has now joined the cast, alongside Black, Dylan Minnette (Let Me In) and Odeya Rush (The Odd Life of Timothy Green).
The film comes from a screenplay by Darren Lemke (Jack The Giant Slayer) and Mike White (School of Rock), and a story by 1408’s Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski and Lemke.
Director Juan Antonio Bayona is forming his cast for the big screen adaptation of Patrick Ness' A Monster Calls.
Deadline reports Felicity Jones is striking a deal to play the (not yet cast) lead character's mother. Jones has a part in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Sources also indicate that Liam Neeson is currently being courted for the role of the titular monster, though the likelihood of that "courting" resulting in a deal appears more dubious.
Courteney Cox's directorial debut is uniquely personal. It features a cameo from her daughter, Coco, songs by her boyfriend, Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, and a scene with her ex-husband, David Arquette.http://www.hitfix.com