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The Random: Joker, Jungle Cruise, Fantasy Island, My Spy, War Pigs, The Sandlot prequel, Doom Patrol and more

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Joker

Bryan Callen and Marc Maron have joined Joaquin Phoenix in Todd Phillips’ Joker movie. They are in addition to the previously announced cast members Robert De Niro and Frances Conroy. According to sources, Maron would be portraying an agent on Robert De Niro’s talk show who plays a part in booking Phoenix’s character, and eventually causing him to go mad and become the Clown Prince of Crime – Variety


Fantasy Island

The ABC series Fantasy Island is being turned into a feature film by Blumhouse and Sony Pictures, the latter of which controls the rights to the Aaron Spelling series which ran from 1977-84. Jeff Wadlow (Truth or Dare, Kick-Ass 2, Never Back Down) is directing – Deadline


The Sandlot Prequel

A prequel for The Sandlot, the iconic 1993 baseball pic that followed the antics of a crew of kids who accidentally sacrifice a Babe Ruth-signed baseball to the neighborhood dog, is in the works at 20th Century Fox. The project, now in advanced development at the studio, will be penned by the original director and writer, David Mickey Evans, and new writer Austin Reynolds – THR


War Pigs

Mel Gibson and Colin Farrell are set to star in War Pigs, a Millennium Films actioner that Tommy Wirkola will direct, with Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian producing through di Bonaventura Productions, along with Millennium’s Avi Lerner, and Matt Berenson – A group of disillusioned ex-marines go on one last mission to get revenge on the cartel that murdered one of their own while making off with millions of dollars in drug money. Farrell plays Drex and Gibson plays The Pastor – Deadline


Jungle Cruise

Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson welcome you to the adventure of a lifetime! Disney’s Jungle Cruise is now in production. In cinemas October 2019.


Blind Date

Sony Pictures is developing a remake of the 1987 Bruce Willis-starring comedy, Blind Date, and has tapped scribes Chris Hazzard and Michael Fontana to pen the script, which will take on the modern world of dating – Deadline


Star Wars: Episode 9

Could Richard E. Grant be playing Thrawn in the next Star Wars movie?


Doom Patrol

Diane Guerrero (Orange is the New Black) has been cast in the role of Crazy Jane in DC’s upcoming live-action Doom Patrol series. Crazy Jane is described as “an unlikely hero suffering from the world’s most severe case of multiple personality disorder. Each of her 64 distinct personas manifest a different super power making Jane the Doom Patrol’s most powerful member…and also its most unstable.” She will join April Bowlby as Elasti-Girl and Kelsy Grammer, who is in talks to play Dr. Caulder.


Star Trek

Star Trek 4 is currently in development, but Simon Pegg has been talking about the Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie.

Tarantino came in to Bad Robot and pitched it and it’s been put in the bank. I think he had us in mind when he came up with the idea; he likes the new cast…As far as I know, it is the same cast.

I can’t see him doing it for five or six years, by which time we might be too old anyway.


The Hobbit

Topher Grace (BlackKklansman) has recut Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy into a two hour movie, and he felt that it was “a lot tighter.” He last recut the Star Wars prequels down to  85 minutes and he used The Hobbit re-edit to help him decompress after playing Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke in Spike Lee’s BlackKlansman. “I don’t know what other guys do. Go fishing? For me, this is just a great way to relax,” the actor said. “There’s something really zen about it.” – IndieWire

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