The 'Like Crazy' director has enlisted the likes of Shailene Woodley and Jamie Dornan for his latest movie, but he also needs to write some strong stories again.
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Author: Sheryl Oh
One of the most influential YA novels is finally becoming a movie and the best possible duo will be behind it.
Fisher's softly nuanced performance in 'Eighth Grade' won our hearts and she will undoubtedly bring that same quietly powerful charm to this musical biopic.
In a way, "Kiss my grits!" already sounds like the kind of catchphrase the 'Juno' scribe would've written.
This unpredictable musical adaptation keeps us on our toes with star-studded casting regardless of its inherently strange premise.
The 'Sherlock' actor continues to keep the amiable characters that long-defined his career at arm's length.
Mortensen is a veteran at delivering pathos and depth in a plethora of dramas as it is, which is exactly what makes him a glowing candidate to direct one.
Witherspoon's production company has added yet another TV series to its busy slate, and this time it will tackle undocumented immigration and American identity.
Chan is no stranger to headlining TV, and like 'Crazy Rich Asians' and AMC's 'Humans,' her latest project continues to champion empowerment.
With 'Run,' another fraught family thriller will find its way to the big screen.