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The Random: Bloodshot, Spider-Man: Far From Home, The Good Nurse, In the Tall Grass, Slaughterhouse-Five, Star Wars, Black Stallions and more

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Spider-Man: Far From Home

Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders will be starring in Spider-Man: Far From Home, as Nick Fury and Maria Hill. Jackson will be in Marvel’s Captain Marvel movie, which is set in the 1990s. After the events of Avengers: Infinity War we are still waiting to hear when in the timeline the Spider-Man sequel will be set – Vulture

The New York Times also reports that the first Marvel Studios film that will be offered exclusively through Disney’s service will be Captain Marvel. Netflix won’t get any more of the MCU films after that. The last film that Netflix will get is Ant-Man and the Wasp.


Bloodshot

Guy Pearce is in talks to replace Michael Sheen in Sony and Cross Creek Pictures co-production Bloodshot based on the Valiant comic and starring Vin Diesel. The film also stars Eiza Gonzalez. Sheen was forced to leave the film due to scheduling, and the studio was quick to act to find a replacement, as the movie is currently in production – Variety


The Good Nurse

Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne are in advanced negotiations to star in The Good Nurse, a thriller based on the book by Charles Graeber and scripted by Krysty Wilson-Cairns. Tobias Lindholm is set to make his English-language feature directing debut. The pic tells the true story of the pursuit and capture of Charlie Cullen, a nurse who is regarded as one of the most prolific serial killers in history. Now called “Angel of Death,” Cullen was a married father who was thought to be a responsible caretaker, but his secret compulsion to take life led to his implication in the deaths of as many as 300 patients over 16 years, spread across nine hospitals in New Jersey and Pennsylvania – Deadline


In The Tall Grass

Patrick Wilson, Laysla De Oliveira and Harrison Gilbertson have joined the Netflix adaptation of the thriller In the Tall Grass. The 2012 novella, written by Stephen King and his son Joe Hill, follows a sister and brother who venture into a vast field of grass in Kansas after hearing a boy’s cries for help. The siblings soon discover that there may be no way out. Splice filmmaker Vincenzo Natali wrote the script and is directing the project, now shooting in Toronto – THR


American Horror Story: Apocalypse

Taissa Farmiga, Gabourey Sidibe, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy and Stevie Nicks are returning for the new season of AHS.


Birds of Prey

Gotham City mob boss and Batman foe Black Mask will make his big screen debut as the villain in Birds of Prey. The film will feature Black Canary, Huntress, Renee Montoya, and a young Cassandra Cain, alongside star Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn The Wrap


Black Stallions

Netflix is hoping to win the bidding war for Black Stallions, an original pitch by Jay Longino for Get Out’s Lil Rel Howery, Don Cheadle and Kevin Hart in a comedy about rival brother jockeys. Longino most recently scripted the hoops comedy Uncle Drew, will write the script – Deadline


Remember Me

Bruce Dern (“Nebraska,” “Coming Home”) and Brian Cox (“Nuremberg”) are attached to star in Martin Rosete’s Remember Me, which will go into production on Aug. 24, shooting in Spain, France and Los Angeles. “It is without a doubt the most unique love story ever put on the screen,” Dern told Variety. A “quirky romantic comedy,” according to Rosete, “Remember Me” turns on Claude  (Dern), a 70-year-old widower and former theater and cinema reviewer who learns that the love of his life, Lilian (Caroline Silhol), is in a senior home going through difficult times without anybody looking after her. With the help of his best friend Shane (Cox), Claude decides to fake Alzheimer’s as the only way to be by her side


Pachinko

Min Jin Lee’s best-selling novel Pachinko has been picked up by Apple with a sizable script-to-series commitment. Pachinko, one of The New York Times’ 10 best books of 2017 and a finalist for the National Book Award for fiction, chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family – THR


Deep Blue Sea

Check out the Honest Trailer for Deep Blue Sea.


Star Wars

Sources believe Jon Favreau’s Star Wars live-action series, which is set around three years after Return of the Jedi is about the planet Mandalore. It sounds like when the Empire falls, Mandalore falls into a state of turmoil and the series is about restoring Mandalore to its former self and how Mandalore sways will have huge galactic ramifications. All rumour at the moment – Making Star Wars


Slaughterhouse-Five

Universal Cable Productions’ Slaughterhouse-Five series is now in development at Epix. Based on Kurt Vonnegut’s classic novel of the same name, the project focuses on Billy Pilgrim, a WW2 soldier who becomes “unstuck in time” and travels back and forth through his past, present and future. The novel explores the idea of predestination versus free will, the impacts of war, as well as the perception of time itself – Variet


Cowboy Ninja Viking

Universal Pictures has indefinitely delayed Chris Pratt’s Cowboy Ninja Viking. Without a given reason, the studio has pulled it from its original June 28, 2019 release date. The film remains in active development and will be given a new release date at a later time to accommodate the production schedule. Chris Pratt would play a new kind of assassin in the film who manifests the toughest skills of three different personas: Cowboy, Ninja, and Viking. The film is based on the Image Comics graphic novel by AJ Lieberman and illustrator Riley Rossmo. Priyanka Chopra is set to play the female lead.


Hey There Delilah

The Plain White T’s No. 1 hit Hey There Delilah is being adapted into a scripted TV series. The Grammy- and Tony-nominated band is teaming with Lively McCabe Entertainment and Primary Wave to develop a scripted romantic dramedy based on its chart-topping single about a long-distance relationship. Producers, including the band’s frontman and songwriter Tom Higgenson as well as writer Jeremy Desmon, will be in L.A. pitching the potential series — described as a contemporary fairy tale that expands the story within the song —  to multiple networks and studios this month. he song, released in 2006, tells the tale of a long-distance flirtation between a struggling singer-songwriter and a New York City university student. The songwriter pledges to write a song for the young woman on the night they meet and that promise changes their lives in unexpected ways – THR


Supergirl

Warner Bros and DC are developing a feature film based around Supergirl, the heroine and cousin of Superman. Oren Uziel is working on the script – Deadline

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