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‘The Tomorrow War’ With Chris Pratt Heads to Amazon in July

The Chris Pratt sci-fi action flick The Tomorrow War is headed to Amazon Prime Video in time for the July 4 weekend. The Chris McKay-directed pic was originally set up at Paramount and intended to open in theaters on December 25, 2020. But the COVID-19 pandemic put the kibosh on those plans, and earlier this year reports surfaced that Amazon was considering picking up the movie. Now, it’s official: Amazon has the film and will release it this July. July 2, 2021, to be exact. That will give v...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Dan, Skydance, Amazon Studios, J K Simmons, Yvonne Strahovski, Release Dates, David Ellison, Skydance Media, Jennifer Salke Head, The Tomorrow War


The Tomorrow War: Amazon Nabs Rights to Chris Pratt’s Action Sci-Fi Pic

The Tomorrow War: Amazon nabs rights to Chris Pratt’s action sci-fi pic Amazon Studios has successfully acquired the worldwide distribution rights to Paramount Pictures’ upcoming action sci-fi film The Tomorrow War. The acquisition deal reportedly cost the streamer around $200 million. Originally scheduled for a July 23, 2021 release, the Chris Pratt-led feature will now be making its debut on July 2, 2021, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. The Tomorrow War was first set for a theatrical de...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Streaming, Emmy, Chris Pratt, Paramount Pictures, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Tom Clancy, Amazon Prime Video, Dan, Skydance, Pratt, Amazon Studios, J K Simmons, ComingSoon


Apple Takes Greatest Beer Run Ever, Bill Murray in Talks

Apple takes Greatest Beer Run Ever, Bill Murray in talks According to Deadline, Apple Studios has entered early negotiations to acquire and finance director Peter Farrelly’s upcoming film adaptation of The Greatest Beer Run Ever, based on Chick Donahue and J.T. Malloy’s best-selling memoir of the same name. The long-in development project has also started to fill up its cast with Golden Globe winner Golden Globe winner Bill Murray (Lost in Translation) in talks to join for a supporting role....
Tags: Apple, New York, Movies, Australia, New York City, Harvard, New Zealand, Army, Bill Murray, Russell Crowe, Zac Efron, Vietnam, Viggo Mortensen, Natalie Portman, Murray, Saigon


Apple is Going on ‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’ With Zac Efron, Russell Crowe, and Possibly Bill Murray

In what sounds like a Hollywood Mad Libs production, Apple Studios is financing a new comedy for director Peter Farrelly called The Greatest Beer Run Ever, and it will star Zac Efron, Russell Crowe, and maybe even Bill Murray. Deadline has news. Apple Studios is in talks to finance the new comedy The Greatest Beer Run Ever, based on the book of the same name by Chick Donahue and J.T. Malloy. The story follows US Marine Corps John “Chick” Donohue as he attempts to deliver some beer to his frie...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Movies, Casting, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Bill-Murray, Russell-Crowe, Cia, Zac-Efron, Vietnam, US Army, Skydance, David Ellison Dana Goldberg, Irene, US Marine Corps, Donohue


The Adam Project Wraps Filming with Set Photos of Marvel Stars 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Adam Project Wraps Filming with New Set Photos Featuring Marvel Stars Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds took to Instagram to confirm the production on Netflix’s The Adam Project has officially wrapped. He also shared a new batch of behind-the-scenes photos from the set of the upcoming sci-fi action comedy film, featuring the main cast including Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Garner and Walker Scobell. In his post which you can check out below, Reynolds can’t help but j...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Netflix, Levy, John Malkovich, Streaming, Bob, Jennifer Garner, Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Levi, Skydance, David Ellison Dana Goldberg, Zoe Saldana, Reynolds, Ruffalo


The Terminator Anime Series in Development at Netflix

The Terminator anime series in development at Netflix According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has partnered up with Skydance to develop a brand new anime series based on James Cameron’s sci-fi action film franchise The Terminator. The Batman co-writer Mattson Tomlin is attached to executive produce. This marks Tomlin and the streamer’s latest collaboration after working together on last year’s superpowers film Project Power, which starred Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. “Anyone who...
Tags: Japan, TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Pacific Rim, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Anime, Jamie Foxx, James Cameron, Shell, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Hamilton, The Terminator, Skydance


A 'Terminator' Anime Series is Coming to Netflix

Variety magazine reports that Netflix has ordered Terminator anime series: "'Terminator' is one of the most iconic sci-fi stories ever created -- and has only grown more relevant to our world over time," said John Derderian, Netflix's vice president of Japan and anime. "The new animated series will explore this universe in a way that has never been done before. We can't wait for fans to experience this amazing new chapter in the epic battle between machines and humans." Mattson Tomlin will se...
Tags: Japan, Tech, Netflix, Skydance, Tomlin, Matt Reeves, Variety Magazine, Mattson Tomlin, John Derderian Netflix


‘Terminator’ Anime Series Ordered at Netflix

A “Terminator” anime series has been ordered at Netflix, Variety has learned. As the project is still in the early stages, plot details are still being determined. Netflix has partnered with Skydance on the series, with Skydance having produced the last two “Terminator” films. The series is produced in partnership with Production I.G , who Netflix has […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Terminator, Skydance, Netflix Variety


‘Terminator’ Anime Series Headed to Netflix With ‘The Batman’ Writer Mattson Tomlin

Hasta la vista, live-action – here comes a Terminator anime series! The Terminator film franchise has been met with diminishing returns for years now, and Skydance – the production company responsible for the series – has taken note. Rather than plow ahead with even more movies no one seems to want, Skydance is instead teaming up with Netflix for a Terminator anime series. Mattson Tomlin, who penned the upcoming The Batman, will serve as showrunner. Netflix has been steadily building up a st...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mamoru Oshii, Anime, Batman, James Cameron, Terminator, Shell, Skydance, Schwarzenegger, Tomlin, Ishikawa, Film to TV


Luck: Jane Fonda Joins Apple & Skydance’s Fantasy Animated Film

Luck: Jane Fonda joins Apple & Skydance’s fantasy animated film Award-winning veteran actress Jane Fonda has officially signed on for one of the leading roles in Apple Studios and Skydance’s upcoming fantasy animated film titled Luck. This marks the two-time Oscar winner’s first animated feature after previously voicing a villain character on Disney Channel’s two animated series Elena and the Secret of Avalor and Elena of Avalor. if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { ...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Florence, Jane Fonda, John Lasseter, Disney Channel, Elena, Skydance, Alan Menken, Luck, Apple TV Along, Peggy Holmes, Movie News, Kiel Murray, Holly Edwards, Skydance Animation


First Look: Skydance Animation’s ‘Luck’ and ‘Spellbound’ Head to Apple in Film and TV Overall Deal

Fresh off the debut of its critical darling Wolfwalkers, Apple TV+ is continuing to build out its animated catalogue. Apple has acquired Skydance Animation’s upcoming films Luck and Spellbound as part of an overall multi-year deal with the animation studio for feature films and TV. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Apple and Skydance have struck a multi-year overall deal, in which the animation studio’s feature films and TV series will debut on the Apple TV+ streaming service. This includ...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Emma Thompson, Pixar, John Lasseter, Central Park, Skydance, Glenn Slater, Alan Menken, Luck, Linda Woolverton, Lasseter, Peggy Holmes, Business and Industry News, Lauren Montgomery, Gotham Group


Apple Acquires Luck & Spellbound in Overall Deal With Skydance Animation

Apple Acquires Luck & Spellbound in Overall Deal With Skydance Animation In a new overall deal with Skydance Animation, Apple has acquired the upcoming animated movies Luck and Skydance, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The deal covers feature films and TV series for the company’s streaming service, Apple TV+. if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh ...
Tags: Apple, TV, Movies, Keira Knightley, Apple TV, TV News, Streaming, Little Mermaid, Claire Danes, Paramount, John Lasseter, Skydance, Glenn Slater, Alan Menken, Tom Holland, Luck


Skydance Television Inks First-Look Deal With Impact to Source Content From Emerging Writers

Skydance Television, the diversified media company behind “Grace and Frankie,” “Altered Carbon” and “Jack Ryan,” has inked a first-look deal with global talent network and development accelerator program Impact. The contract will enable Skydance to source television content from writers around the world through Impact’s proprietary open application and evaluation system. Impact’s algorithm claims to […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Skydance Television, Skydance, Impact, Jack Ryan, Grace and Frankie, Grace and Frankie Altered Carbon


There Are Two Dueling ‘Buck Rogers’ Projects as Legendary and Skydance Face-Off Over the Classic Pulp Character

Hollywood is about to see double with Buck Rogers. The pulp hero, who is already getting a TV reboot starring George Clooney from Legendary Pictures, is also getting a new movie, this one from Skydance and backed by the estate of author Philip Francis Nowlan. And while competing projects about a single character are not uncommon in Hollywood, the two projects are competing over more than creative differences — the law is now involved.  Less than a week after it was revealed that Legendary’s t...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Buck-Rogers, George Clooney, Anthony, Legendary Pictures, Skydance, Brian K Vaughan, Anthony Rogers, Business and Industry News, Neville Johnson, Philip Francis Nowlan, Nowlan, Clooney Skydance


The Adam Project Photos Preview Reynolds & Ruffalo as a Father and Son Duo

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Adam Project photos preview Reynolds & Ruffalo as a father and son duo Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds took to Instagram to share new behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Netflix’s upcoming sci-fi comedy film The Adam Project, featuring Reynolds and MCU star Mark Ruffalo who plays a father and son duo in the star-studded film. Check out the full photos below along with Reynolds’ witty Hulk-references in the caption!   View this post on Ins...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Netflix, Levy, John Malkovich, Streaming, Bob, Deadpool, Jennifer Garner, Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Levi, Skydance, David Ellison Dana Goldberg, Zoe Saldana, Reynolds


Skydance Media Closes $1 Billion Credit Facility

Skydance Media has closed a four-year, $500 million revolving credit facility led by J.P. Morgan. The company says that it has the ability to expand that facility to $1 billion and also said that it plans to use the money to support corporate operations as well as production and development. Skydance previously closed a $700 […]
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Robert Rodriguez Rebooting ‘Spy Kids’ Franchise at Skydance Media

Skydance Media has optioned the rights to “Spy Kids” and plans to reimagine the franchise about a family of super-secret agents. Robert Rodriguez, who created the original series, has returned for the upcoming reboot, which he will write and direct. Spyglass Media, which owns the “Spy Kids” franchise, is also on board. Skydance will serve […]
Tags: News, Robert Rodriguez, Skydance, Skydance Media, Spy Kids, Spyglass Media, Robert Rodriguez Rebooting


‘Spy Kids’ Reboot in the Works With Original Director Robert Rodriguez

Ready for a Spy Kids reboot? Even if you’re not, you’re getting one anyway. Skydance is moving ahead with a revival of the family-friendly franchise, and they’re bringing in original director Robert Rodriguez to write and direct. The film series first launched in 2001, and followed by three sequels and an animated series. The original films followed siblings Carmen and Juni Cortez, who discover they’re part of an entire family of spies. Robert Rodriguez recently returned to family-oriented f...
Tags: Movies, Time, Netflix, Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, Robert-Rodriguez, Remakes, Cortez, Carmen, Skydance, Rodriguez, Juni, Family Films, Juni Cortez, Spy Kids, Spyglass Media Group


Robert Rodriguez Teaming With Skydance for Spy Kids Reimagining

Robert Rodriguez teaming with Skydance for Spy Kids reimagining It’s been a decade since Robert Rodriguez’s hit family adventure comedy franchise Spy Kids made it to the big screen with its fourth installment and now the writer/director is teaming up with Skydance Media and Spyglass Media Group to develop a reimagining of the series, according to Deadline. RELATED: We Can Be Heroes Sequel in Development at Netflix with Robert Rodriguez if ( ! ezoic_test() ) ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Marissa, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Skydance, Dusk Till Dawn, Rodriguez, Jessica Alba, Movie News, Juni, Spyglass, Skydance Media, Alita, Gary Barber, Battle Angel


‘Heart of Stone’, a Spy Thriller Starring Gal Gadot, is Headed to Netflix

Gal Gadot must have a thing for stones, because after dealing with that magic wishing stone in Wonder Woman 1984 she’s starring in the Netflix movie Heart of Stone. Netflix just bought the worldwide rights to the film from Skydance, and it’s the second Skydance movie to be sold-off to a streamer this week, with the Chris Pratt Skydance film The Tomorrow War going to Amazon. Heart of Stone, which hasn’t begun filming yet, is an espionage thriller from writers Greg Rucka and Allison Schroeder. ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Netflix, Thriller, Warner Bros, Chris Pratt, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Skydance, Tom Harper, Gadot, Allison Schroeder, Greg Rucka


Heart of Stone: Netflix Wins Global Rights to Gal Gadot-Led Spy Thriller

Heart of Stone: Netflix Wins Global Rights to Gal Gadot-Led Spy Thriller Following an intense bidding war against other streamers and studios, Deadline brings word that Netflix has successfully won the worldwide rights to Skydance Media’s upcoming female-led spy thriller film titled Heart of Stone which will be headlined by Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot. This marks writer Greg Rucka and Gadot’s second collaboration with Netflix, who have worked together on Charlize Theron’s The Old Guard and th...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Hedy Lamarr, Netflix, James Bond, Streaming, Ryan Reynolds, Armie Hammer, Gal Gadot, Skydance, David Ellison Dana Goldberg, Tom Harper, Charlize Theron, Patty Jenkins, Movie News


Netflix Buys Gal Gadot Espionage Thriller ‘Heart of Stone’ From Skydance

Netflix has nabbed worldwide rights to “Heart of Stone,” a Gal Gadot-led espionage thriller that was developed by Skydance Media. “Heart of Stone” marks the second major movie that Skydance has siphoned off this week. On Tuesday, Amazon Studios emerged as the frontrunner for “The Tomorrow World,” a science-fiction spectacle starring Chris Pratt. Amazon is […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Gal Gadot, Skydance, Amazon Studios, Heart of Stone, Skydance Media Heart of Stone, Chris Pratt Amazon


Amazon Swoops in to Buy Chris Pratt’s ‘The Tomorrow War’ for a Streaming Debut [Updated]

Update: Amazon is poised to buy The Tomorrow War starring Chris Pratt, after Skydance and Paramount shopped the sci-fi action flick to major streamers. Though the deal is not yet finalized, Variety reports that the deal could total roughly $200 million. The original story follows below. The Tomorrow War, a sci-fi action film executive produced by and starring Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy), has a great sci-fi hook: when Earth finds itself outgunned during an alien invasion, a scientist f...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Jordan, Chris Pratt, Paramount Pictures, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Deadline, Skydance, J K Simmons, Action/Adventure, Zach Dean, The Tomorrow War, Star Treks Missions Impossible Transformers


Amazon Offers $200M for Chris Pratt’s Tomorrow War

Amazon Offers $200M for Chris Pratt’s Tomorrow War According to Deadline, Amazon has made a $200 million offer to Paramount and Skydance for Chris Pratt’s upcoming action pic Tomorrow War, which all but guarantees the film is headed to streaming services, though the deal is still not done. Interestingly, the offer is $75 million more than the studio paid for Coming 2 America, though it makes sense as Amazon is looking for ways to give more life to its streaming platform. Along with Coming 2 ...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, America, Emmy, Chris Pratt, James Gunn, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Tom Clancy, Michael B Jordan, Skydance, Pratt, J K Simmons, John Clark, Movie News


It Looks Like Chris Pratt’s ‘The Tomorrow War’ Will Debut on a Streaming Service, Skipping Theaters

The Tomorrow War, a sci-fi action film executive produced by and starring Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy), has a great sci-fi hook: when Earth finds itself outgunned during an alien invasion, a scientist figures out how to draft soldiers from the past to save humanity’s future. That sounds like an Independence Day-level blockbuster waiting to happen, the type of material that would be the most effective on a big screen. But according to a new report, Paramount and Skydance are currently h...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Jordan, Chris Pratt, Paramount Pictures, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Deadline, Skydance, J K Simmons, Action/Adventure, Zach Dean, The Tomorrow War, Star Treks Missions Impossible Transformers


Spellbound and Luck: Apple in Talks For Skydance’s First Animated Films

Spellbound and Luck: Apple in Talks For Skydance’s First Animated Films According to Variety, Apple has entered negotiations to acquire Skydance Animation’s first two animated films titled Spellbound, and Luck with the studio still hoping to give both films theatrical releases before possibly making their respective streaming debuts on Apple TV+. Paramount Pictures was previously attached to distribute the John Lasseter-produced features and had slated Luck for a February 18, 2022 release and...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Netflix, Streaming, Little Mermaid, Chris Miller, John Lasseter, Skydance, Glenn Slater, Alan Menken, Luck, Linda Woolverton, ComingSoon, Movie News, Skydance Media, Lauren Hynek


Skydance Animation in Talks to Move ‘Luck,’ ‘Spellbound’ to Apple (EXCLUSIVE)

Apple has been in prolonged conversations to acquire two John Lasseter-produced titles from Skydance Animation, “Luck” and “Spellbound,” multiple insiders with knowledge of the discussions told Variety. The two films would anchor what sources called a larger agreement between David Ellison’s animation division and the streamer, which has yet to be reached. WME is also […]
Tags: Apple, News, John Lasseter, Skydance, David Ellison, Skydance Animation, Apple TV Plus, Skydance Animation Luck


Gal Gadot to Star in Spy Thriller ‘Heart of Stone,’ a “Female Spin” on 007

Gal Gadot may already have Wonder Woman under her belt, but now she’s going to add another high-profile role to her resume: the “female” James Bond. Well, so to speak. Gadot is set to star in Heart of Stone, an original spy thriller that’s being billed as a “female spin on action franchises like Mission: Impossible and 007.” Deadline reports that Gadot has signed on to star in Heart of Stone, an original international spy thriller from Skydance Media that “endeavors to put a female spin on a...
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The Adam Project: Filming Begins on Ryan Reynolds’ New Netflix Film

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Adam Project: Filming Begins on Ryan Reynolds’ New Netflix Film After recently wrapping up filming for Red Notice, Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to share the first-look photos from the set of The Adam Project, confirming the production has already begun on his next star-studded Netflix movie. Also featuring director Shawn Levy and newcomer Walker Scobell, you can check out the photos below! Finished our first week on The Adam Project. In addition to taking these two ...
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Skydance Hires Marketing Executive Rebecca Mall; Jack Horner and Anne Globe to Exit Company

Skydance Media, the production company behind “Mission: Impossible,” “Terminator” and “Top Gun,” has hired Rebecca Mall as the new head of marketing. Along with news of Mall’s hire, Skydance announced that Jack Horner is departing his post as executive VP of corporate communications and publicity, while Anne Globe is exiting as chief marketing officer. In […]
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