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Zoe Saldana & Frank E. Flowers Reuniting For Pirate Actioner Bluff at Netflix

Zoe Saldana & Frank E. Flowers reuniting for pirate actioner Bluff at Netflix After working together on the 2004 island thriller Haven, Zoe Saldana (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Frank E. Flowers are taking to the seas in a different manner as they reunite for the pirate actioner Bluff that has just been acquired by Netflix, according to Deadline. RELATED: Rami Malek & Zoe Saldana Join David O. Russell’s A-List Cast For Untitled Feature if (typeof readAdmiral...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Bob Marley, Caribbean, Anthony, Cayman Islands, Zoe Saldana, Mariel, Terence Winter, Saldana, ComingSoon, Movie News, Agbo, Cisely Saldana, Joe Ballarini, Ballarini

HBO Max’s ‘Batman’ Spin-Off Series Recruits Joe Barton as New Showrunner

HBO’s The Batman prequel TV series focused on the Gotham PD has a new showrunner: Joe Barton, writer and creator of the series Giri/Haji, as well as the writer of the horror film The Ritual. Terence Winter, a writer on The Sopranos and creator of Boardwalk Empire, was previously attached as showrunner but departed the project late last year. Multiple sources are reporting the news that Joe Barton is now the showrunner on the HBO Max series about the Gotham PD. The show remains untitled at th...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Gotham, Gotham City, Batman, Reeves, Barton, Terence Winter, Joe Barton, Matt-Reeves, Film to TV, Comic Book/Superhero, The Batman, Giri Haji, Gotham Central, HBO Max

Joe Barton Joins Matt Reeves’ Gotham PD Series as Showrunner

Joe Barton joins Matt Reeves’ Gotham PD series as showrunner After seeing Emmy and Oscar nominee Terence Winter depart the series as showrunner late last year, Matt Reeves’ Gotham City Police Department series set in the world of the highly-anticipated The Batman has found a new showrunner and executive producer in the form of Joe Barton (The Ritual), according to Variety. RELATED: Terence Winter Departs Matt Reeves’ The Batman Spinoff Series PB = PB ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Oscar, Gotham City, Batman, Reeves, Terence Winter, Joe Barton, Matt Reeves, Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Gotham City Police Department, Stefanie Keenan Getty

Terence Winter Departs Matt Reeves’ The Batman Spinoff Series

Terence Winter Departs Matt Reeves’ The Batman Spinoff Series Four months since it was announced that Matt Reeves is producing a The Batman spinoff series that will be centered around Gotham City Police Department, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter has officially exited the HBO Max project due to creative differences with Reeves and the other producers. The Oscar-nominated scribe was supposed to serve as the writer and showrunner for the untitled...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Boardwalk Empire, Gotham City, Reeves, Terence Winter, Matt Reeves, Andrew Toth, Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Adam Kassan, Rafi Crohn, Warner Bros Television Group

‘The Batman’ Spin-Off Series at HBO Max Loses Showrunner Terence Winter

There’s trouble in Gotham City, and it would seem that not even The Dark Knight can save the day. Over the summer, news surfaced of a spin-off series at HBO Max that would explore “the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City” in the same universe as Matt Reeves‘ forthcoming movie The Batman. At the time, Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter was heading up the project, but unfortunately creative differences have resulted in him leaving the show. That explains why Winter recently boarded the new ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Sequels, Boardwalk Empire, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Jeffrey Wright, Reeves, Gordon

The Batman HBO Max Spinoff Loses Its Showrunner

The new Batman TV universe looks to be having a bit of trouble getting off the ground. io9 has confirmed a report from The Hollywood Reporter that writer and showrunner Terence Winter has left HBO Max’s The Batman spinoff series, over creative differences with movie director Matt Reeves and the show’s fellow producers.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Science, Gotham, Warner Bros, Terence Winter, Matt Reeves, The Batman, HBO Max

‘The Batman’ HBO Max Spinoff Series Loses Showrunner Terence Winter

HBO Max and Warner Bros. Television are going to have to find someone else to preside over Gotham P.D. Terence Winter, who was in line to write and showrun the forthcoming spinoff series of Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” feature, has exited the project over creative differences, Variety has confirmed. News of his departure comes five months after […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Gotham, Terence Winter, The Batman, Warner Bros Television, HBO Max

‘Dial M For Murder’ TV Show Being Developed as Anthology Series, May Star Alicia Vikander

I once suggested that Hollywood should remake Dial M For Murder, playwright Frederick Knott’s dynamite stage play which was famously adapted into a movie by Alfred Hitchcock in 1954. Three years later, my suggestion is finally being heeded: a remake is being developed for television, with Academy Award winner Alicia Vikander executive producing and potentially starring in the project. Deadline reports that Vikander, who won an Oscar for her performance in 2016’s The Danish Girl, is set to exe...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Casting, Thriller, Adaptation, Alfred Hitchcock, MGM, Alicia Vikander, Martin Scorsese, Grace Kelly, Terence Winter, Frederick Knott, Vikander, Hitchcock

Vikander & Winter Team for Dial M for Murder Anthology Series

Vikander & Winter team for Dial M for Murder anthology series After influencing countless films and TV shows over the years, Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 crime mystery classic Dial M for Murder is getting new life in the form of a limited series with Oscar winner Alicia Vikander (Tomb Raider) and Oscar and Emmy nominee Terence Winter (The Sopranos) partnering for the project at MGM/UA Television, according to Variety. RELATED: John David Washington & Alicia Vikander Thriller Lands at Netflix ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, America, Netflix, Showtime, Oscar, TV News, Batman, Emmy, Alfred Hitchcock, Alicia Vikander, Tony, Margot, Terence Winter, Frederick Knott

‘Dial M For Murder’ Anthology Series From Alicia Vikander, Terence Winter in Development

Alicia Vikander is picking up the phone and is about to dial. The actor is developing a “Dial M For Murder” anthology series at MGM/UA Television with “Boardwalk Empire” and “The Sopranos” alum Terence Winter, Variety has confirmed. Vikander is eyeing a central role in the project which is based on Frederick Knott’s play and the Alfred […]
Tags: News, Alicia Vikander, Terence Winter, Frederick Knott, Vikander, Dial M For Murder, MGM UA Television, Alicia Vikander Terence Winter, Terence Winter Variety

‘Goodfellas’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Writers Developing Showtime Drama About the Mafia

More than a decade after HBO’s acclaimed mob drama The Sopranos went off the air, Showtime is developing an hour-long drama series of its own about the mafia – and this new show comes from a former Sopranos writer. Terence Winter, who won four Emmys for his work writing The Sopranos, is writing a series based on the history of organized crime in America, and he’s teaming up with mega-producer Brian Grazer and Goodfellas and Casino writer Nicholas Pileggi to bring it to the small screen. Deadl...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Disney, America, Showtime, Las Vegas, Scorsese, Mafia, Ridley Scott, True Story, Brian-Grazer, Martin Scorsese, Sopranos

Brian Grazer, Terence Winter and Nicholas Pileggi Developing Mob Drama at Showtime

A few goodfellas are in the market to get whacked or get made at Showtime. The network is developing an hour-long mob drama from the eye-catching trio of Brian Grazer, Terence Winter and Nicholas Pileggi, Variety has confirmed. Winter will write the as-yet-untitled project, which sources say is in early stages, and is based on […]
Tags: News, Showtime, Brian Grazer, Terence Winter, Nicholas Pileggi, Brian Grazer Terence Winter, Nicholas Pileggi Variety

Mob Showtime Series in Development From Brian Grazer, Terence Winter & Nicholas Pileggi

Mob Showtime Series in Development From Brian Grazer, Terence Winter & Nicholas Pileggi Showtime is developing an hour-long mob drama series from Oscar winner Brian Grazer (A Beautiful Mind, Empire, 24), Oscar nominee Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Sopranos), and Oscar nominee Nicholas Pileggi (Goodfellas, Vegas, Casino), according to Deadline. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, America, Fox, Showtime, Oscar, TV News, Jim Carrey, Wu Tang, Brian Grazer, Taraji P Henson, Terence Winter, Grazer, Langdon, ComingSoon

Daily Podcast: New Star Wars Series, Batman’s TV Spin-off, Fast 9, AMC Theaters, Little Monsters & Bird Box 2

On the July 13, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including a new Star Wars animated series, Batman ’s TV Spin-off, Batman Foreve r extended cut, Fast 9 goes to space, the future of AMC Theaters, Little Monsters and Bird Box 2 . In The News : Brad: Disney+ Orders ‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’, an Animated Series Spin-Off ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Amc, Gotham, Netflix, Amc Theatres, Batman, Chris, Joe, Peter, Brad, Terence Winter, Matt Reeves, Peter Sciretta, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast

‘Scarface’ Remake Will Be “Very Timely” According to Director Luca Guadagnino

Hollywood has been trying to say hello to a Scarface remake for a few years now, and it recently found an interesting, if surprising, new director in the form of Luca Guadagnino. Working with a script by the Coen Brothers, the Call Me By Your Name filmmaker is tackling the remake of the 1983 Brian De Palma movie starring Al Pacino, itself a remake of a film from 1932. While the ’32 Scarface was set in the 1920s, and the ’83 Scarface took place in 1980, Guadagnino says his Scarface is going to b...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, America, United States, Oliver Stone, Harry Potter, Universal, Al Pacino, Hawkes, Remakes, Luna, Brian De Palma, Coen Brothers, Wolf Of Wall Street, Scarface, David Ayer

HBO Max is making a Gotham City police series with the director of ‘The Batman’

HBO Max, the WarnerMedia-owned streaming service that launched in May, announced today that it has made a series commitment to an untitled TV show tied to the movie “The Batman” (currently scheduled for release in 2021). The show will be set in the Gotham City police department, with a creative team that includes Matt Reeves, the movie’s co-writer and director, along with “Boardwalk Empire” creator Terence Winter. This sounds like familiar territory — the police department of a city overrun by c...
Tags: Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Tech, Gotham, Boardwalk Empire, Gotham City, Batman, Reeves, Fox TV, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Terence Winter, Andy Samberg, Matt Reeves, Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka

‘The Batman’ Gotham Police TV Series in the Works From Matt Reeves and Terence Winter for HBO Max

We haven’t even seen any footage from The Batman yet, but there’s already a TV spin-off in the works. The Batman director Matt Reeves and The Wolf of Wall Street writer Terence Winter are teaming to develop a Gotham police series set in the same world as The Batman. The show will explore “the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City, ultimately launching a new Batman universe across multiple platforms.” HBO Max is developing a TV series set in the world of The Batman. Rather than a straightforwa...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Television, Movies, Law, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Gotham City, Batman, Michael, Reeves, Terrence Winter, Terence Winter, Matt-Reeves, Comic Book/Superhero, The Batman

Gotham PD Series From Matt Reeves, Terence Winter Set in ‘The Batman’ World Ordered at HBO Max

HBO Max has given a series commitment to a drama set in the Gotham police department from Matt Reeves and Terrence Winter, Variety has learned. The untitled series will be set in the world Reeves is creating for the feature film “The Batman,” with the intent being to launch a new Batman universe across multiple platforms. […]
Tags: News, Gotham, Reeves, Terence Winter, Matt Reeves, The Batman, HBO Max, Matt Reeves Terence Winter Set, Terrence Winter Variety

Matt Reeves & Terence Winter Making HBO Max Gotham City Police Series

Matt Reeves & Terence Winter making HBO Max Gotham City Police series Fans may still have over a year to wait until he delivers his highly-anticipated Robert Pattinson-starring reboot, Matt Reeves is already planning to expand his world of The Batman with a series focused on the Gotham City Police Department at HBO Max in association with Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter! RELATED: Matt Reeves Rumored To Be Introducing a New Joker in The Batman Trilogy PB ...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, Gotham, Idaho, Robert Pattinson, Oscar, Boardwalk Empire, TV News, Streaming, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Terry, Wolf Of Wall Street

Universal Adapting LeBron James Autobiography Shooting Stars

Universal adapting LeBron James autobiography Shooting Stars Variety reports that Universal is adapting the LeBron James autobiography Shooting Stars for the big screen with Chris Robinson on board to direct. Robinson is best known for his work on the television series Star, but also has a number of music videos on his resume. A script has already been written for the film by Joel Taylor and Tony Rettenmaier, based on a previous draft written by Frank E. Flowers. James and Maverick Carter wil...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Lebron James, Shooting Stars, James, House Party, Robinson, Akron Ohio, Terence Winter, Maverick Carter, Chris Robinson, SpringHill Entertainment, Movie News, Rachel Winter, Joel Taylor

Martin Scorsese Teams Up With ‘Vikings’ Writer for ‘The Caesars’ TV Series

  Martin Scorsese is returning to the small screen. The legendary director is not shying away from testing new cinematic mediums, juggling projects released through both streaming websites and the regular old studio system. His past two TV projects have been prestigious period projects released through HBO and developed with Terence Winter, but Scorsese seems to be breaking the mold once again. For his next television project, Scorsese is teaming up with a new partner and going to a time period...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Rome, Netflix, Showtime, The Guardian, Starz, Scorsese, Vikings, True Story, Martin-Scorsese, Elizabeth, Julius Caesar, Teddy Roosevelt

‘Scarface’ Remake Loses Director David Ayer

Universal’s Scarface remake has lost another director. Following in the footsteps of Antoine Fuqua (The Equalizer), David Ayer (Fury) has dropped out of the film, which will star Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story). Creative differences led to the End of Watch and Suicide Squad director’s departure. Below, learn more about the latest trouble surrounding Scarface remake. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ayer’s script revisions were “too dark” for Universal. Ayer likes his films to g...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Thriller, Mark Wahlberg, Boardwalk Empire, Miami, Suicide Squad, Ben Foster, Universal, Remakes, Luna, Brian De Palma, Coen Brothers, Chris Pine, Scarface, David Ayer

David Chase Talks ‘Sopranos’ and ‘Pine Barrens’ With Steve Buscemi, Terence Winter

There are two topics regarding “The Sopranos” that David Chase, creator and executive producer of the HBO drama, is asked the most: the ending and the Russian. Both subjects naturally came up Monday night at IFC Center’s Split Screens Festival screening and conversation about the much-lauded episode titled “Pine Barrens.” Prior to the panel discussion,... Read more »
Tags: Hbo, TV, Scene, VPage, David Chase, The Sopranos, Steve Buscemi, Terence Winter, IFC Center, Steve Buscemi Terence Winter

‘Suicide Squad’ Helmer David Ayer in Talks to Direct ‘Scarface’ Remake

In news that would make James Franco’s white gangster character in Spring Breakers lose his mind, Universal Pictures’ long-brewing Scarface remake may have finally found its director. Suicide Squad director David Ayer is in early talks to take over directing duties from The Equalizer’s Antoine Fuqua, who vacated the project earlier this year due to scheduling conflicts. But is Ayer a good fit for this project? Why, yes – yes he is. This new version of the gangster thriller has shifted locati...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, James Franco, Miami, Suicide Squad, Universal, Will Smith, Al Pacino, True Story, Remakes, Luna, Universal Pictures, Brian De Palma, Coen Brothers, Scarface

The Coen Brothers Are Polishing the ‘Scarface’ Remake Script; Peter Berg in the Running to Direct

If there was one way to make the Scarface remake more compelling, hiring Joel and Ethan Coen to rewrite the script does the trick. The Universal project, which recently lost director Antoine Fuqua (The Equalizer), is getting a polish from the Coen Brothers, who’ve done some well-known rewrites throughout their careers. Sadly, they won’t direct the Diego Luna-led remake, but Universal is considering Peter Berg (Patriots Day) and David Mackenzie (Hell or High Water) for the job. Below, learn more...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Mexico, Los Angeles, Thriller, Universal, Dick, Remakes, Brian De Palma, Coen Brothers, Scarface, Joel, Variety, Howard Hughes, Jane

‘Scarface’ Remake Casts Diego Luna, Loses Director Antoine Fuqua

Universal’s Scarface remake has gone through a few different potential directors over the years, and it’s just lost another one. Antoine Fuqua has reportedly dropped out of the project, due to scheduling conflicts with Sony’s The Equalizer sequel. But it’s not all bad news for Scarface. While it may not have a director right now, it apparently does have a star. Diego Luna, fresh off his star turn in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, is reportedly attached to play the lead.  Variety reports Fuqua ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Mexico, Los Angeles, Boardwalk Empire, Sony, Universal, Remakes, Scarface, David Ayer, Variety, Terence Winter, Antoine-Fuqua, Diego Luna, Fuqua, David Yates

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Screenwriter Joins Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Scarface’ Remake

Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Terence Winter has signed on to re-write Training Day/Magnificent Seven director Antoine Fuqua‘s Scarface remake. Find out more about how Winter will help transform the Scarface remake screenplay, after the jump. Variety has learned that Terence Winter has come on board to do a polish of Straight Outta Compton screenwriter Jonathan Herman’s latest draft of the retelling. Winter was a writer and producer on The Sopranos, and the creator/showrunner of Board...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Romance, Mexico, Los Angeles, Chicago, Netflix, Andy Warhol, Universal, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Universal Pictures, Brian De Palma, Scarface, Terence Winter, Antoine-Fuqua

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Scribe to Write Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Scarface’ Reimagining (EXCLUSIVE)

After helping create iconic gangsters on shows like “The Sopranos” and “Boardwalk Empire,” Terence Winter is now ready to tackle another famous crime figure. Sources tell Variety, Winter has signed on to do a polish of Jonathan Herman’s latest draft of Universal’s new retelling of the “Scarface” story. Given Winter’s expertise creating such characters, and the fact that Winter has real-life relationships... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Scarface, Terence Winter, Antoine Fuqua, Jonathan Herman

No joke: Jared Leto to co-produce, star in upcoming Andy Warhol biopic

After winning an Academy Award for his performance in Dallas Buyers Club and playing The Joker in this year's Suicide Squad, Jared Leto will produce and star in an upcoming biopic of pop artist Andy Warhol. The post No joke: Jared Leto to co-produce, star in upcoming Andy Warhol biopic appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Andy Warhol, Biopic, Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club, Terence Winter, Movies & TV, Michael De Luca

Bowie Was the Best Warhol

It has recently come to our attention that Jared Leto shall assume the role of artist Andy Warhol in a forthcoming biopic, produced by Leto, Michael De Luca and Terence Winter. It’s still in the developing stages, obviously, but I can safely say at this juncture that a take on a well-tread subject written and produced by a guy whose last two major projects were about powerful white guys snorting rails and getting laid doesn’t particularly float my boat at the current moment!Read more...
Tags: News, Film, David Bowie, Andy Warhol, Jared Leto, Terence Winter