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Disney is Developing a New Fairy Tale Project For Disney+ with Olivia Cooke and Lakeith Stanfield

Disney is developing a new fantasy fairy tale project for Disney+ which will be based on a pitch from screenwriter Cat Vasko. Vasko hasn’t really done much, but the movie will be directed by Susan Johnson (To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before) and it will star Olivia Cooke (Ready Player One) and Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out).

There are no details regarding the story for the film, but it’s got a solid cast. I’m a fan of both actors and it’ll be interesting to see them in a fairy tale movie together.

Disney+ is set to launch on November 12th and it’s going to be filled with all kinds of great entertainment that Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars fans won’t want to miss out on!

Source: Deadline
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Lakeith Stanfield, Olivia Cooke to Star in Fairy Tale Movie for Disney+

Lakeith Stanfield, Olivia Cooke to Star in Fairy Tale Movie for Disney+
Fresh off last year's acclaimed indie movie Sorry to Bother You and Steven Spielberg's blockbuster Ready Player One, Lakeith Stanfield and Olivia Cooke are in talks to star in an untitled fairy tale movie in the works at Disney+, Collider has confirmed. Susan Johnson (To All the Boys I've Loved Before) will direct from a script by Cat Vasko, while Andrew Lazar and Ben Simpson will produce for Mad Chance. The trades have kept plot details under wraps, but according to Scriptshadow, the story follows a prince who sets off on a journey with his princess-to-…
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Disney+ Picks Up Fairy Tale Movie Starring Olivia Cooke and Lakeith Stanfield

Your new Disney Princess and Prince may be Olivia Cooke and Lakeith Stanfield. The two actors are in talks to star in an untitled Disney+ fairy tale movie, which will be helmed by To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before director Susan Johnson and written by Cat Vasko. The Ralph Breaks the Internet Disney princess scene may […]

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Olivia Cooke & Lakeith Stanfield To Star In A New Live-Action Fairy Tale Film For Disney+ From Director Susan Johnson

Olivia Cooke & Lakeith Stanfield To Star In A New Live-Action Fairy Tale Film For Disney+ From Director Susan Johnson
Over the last several years, actors Olivia Cooke and Lakeith Stanfield have cemented themselves as talents deserving of your movie and TV-watching time. But we have to admit, this latest news is really putting that love to the test.

According to Deadline, Cooke and Stanfield have agreed to star in the upcoming, untitled fairy tale film being developed for the streaming service Disney+. The details about the film are still being kept a secret, but the fairy tale is written by newcomer Cat Vasko and is set to be directed by Susan Johnson.

Continue reading Olivia Cooke & Lakeith Stanfield To Star In A New Live-Action Fairy Tale Film For Disney+ From Director Susan Johnson at The Playlist.
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Olivia Cooke & Lakeith Stanfield In Talks To Star In Fairy Tale Film For Disney+

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Exclusive: Disney picked up screenwriter Cat Vasko’s untitled fairy tale project, which is being developed by the parent company’s live-action film team for the Disney+ streaming platform set to launch later this year. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before helmer Susan Johnson has closed her deal to direct the pic with Olivia Cooke and Lakeith Stanfield in talks to star.

Mad Chance executives Andrew Lazar and Ben Simpson are producing the project. Plot details remain unknown.

Cooke, perhaps best known for her role in A&e’s Bates Motel series, was one of the stars of the Steven Spielberg-directed sci-fi Ready Player One and toplined the dark comedy, Thoroughbreds. She next co-stars opposite John Boyega in the Scott Free-produced heist film, In Naked Singularity, Sound of Metal with Riz Ahmed, and Little Fish, a romance film which she is also serving as an executive producer.

Since
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Olivia Cooke, Lakeith Stanfield in Talks for Disney+ Fairytale From 'To All the Boys' Director

Olivia Cooke, Lakeith Stanfield in Talks for Disney+ Fairytale From 'To All the Boys' Director
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before director Susan Johnson is going from rom-com to fairy tale with a new feature project for the upcoming streaming service Disney+.

Johnson is attached to helm from an untitled fantasy script that the studio picked up from Black List writer Cat Vasko, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Plot details are not known, but Olivia Cooke and Lakeith Stanfield are in early talks to star.

Mad Chance executives Andrew Lazar and Ben Simpson are producing the project.

Cooke was last in theaters with Amazon's Life Itself and Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, and has ...
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McKenna Grace to Star in and Produce ‘Rabbit Cake’ at Amazon

McKenna Grace to Star in and Produce ‘Rabbit Cake’ at Amazon
McKenna Grace, the 12-year-old actress and star of “Annabelle Comes Home,” is set to star in and produce an adaptation of the novel “Rabbit Cake” for Amazon Studios, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Grace will produce “Rabbit Cake” along with Alix Madigan’s Mad Dog Films, making the tween star one of the youngest ever producers on a studio feature film

Susan Johnson, who directed “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” will direct and produce the film based on the 2017 debut novel by Annie Hartnett, as well as a screenplay that landed on the Black List by Allie Hagan.

Also Read: 'Troop Zero' Child Star McKenna Grace Explains Why 'It's Ok to Be Weird' (Video)

“Rabbit Cake” is described as a dark comedy about a young girl trying to use humor and facts to find her place in the world after her mother suddenly passes away.
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'Annabelle Comes Home' Star Mckenna Grace to Topline and Produce 'Rabbit Cake' (Exclusive)

'Annabelle Comes Home' Star Mckenna Grace to Topline and Produce 'Rabbit Cake' (Exclusive)
Mckenna Grace, the rising actress who stars in the upcoming Annabelle Comes Home, is now breaking new ground by becoming one of the youngest producers in Hollywood.

The 12-year-old is attached to star in and will produce Rabbit Cake, the adaptation of the acclaimed novel by Annie Hartnett set up at Amazon Studios.

Susan Johnson, who helmed Netflix's sensation To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, will direct from a screenplay by Black List scribe Allie Hagan.

Grace will produce along with Alix Madigan and her Mad Dog Films banner. Madigan was nominated for an Oscar for producing the 2010 drama ...
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Holland Taylor, Madeleine Arthur & Sarayu Blue Join ‘All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel

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Holland Taylor, Madeleine Arthur & Sarayu Blue Join ‘All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel
Exclusive: Madeleine Arthur is officially set to reprise her role as Christine in Netflix’s All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel, which has also added Emmy winner Holland Taylor and Sarayu Blue (Blockers) to the cast list as production is currently underway. Stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are returning for the follow-up to the teen romance pic as well as Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish, and John Corbett, along with previously announced newcomers Jordan Fisher and Ross Butler.

Michael Fimognari, who served as the Dp on the first film, is at the helm, directing from a screenplay by Sofia Alvarez, who penned the original.

Based on the bestselling book trilogy by Jenny Han, the original film debuted last year and was a huge success for the streaming site. The series centers on Lara Jean (Condor), who writes love letters to the five boys she
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Vancouver Film: "Alive", "The Terror", "The Lost Boys"

From VancouverFilm.Net, here is the Vancouver Film Production Update for April 2019, including "Alive", "The Terror", "The Lost Boys" and a whole lot more:

Feature Film

Little Fish

Local Production Company: Little Fish Pictures Inc.

Director: Chad Hartigan

Producer: Chris Ferguson, Jesse Savath, Jj Dubois

Mar 11/19 - Apr 12/19

To All The Boys 2

Local Production Company: All The Boys Productions Inc.

Director: Susan Johnson

Producer: Chris Foss

Mar 25/19 - May 06/19

Windfall

Local Production Company: Windfallen Productions Ltd.

Apr 02/19 - May 17/19

TV Pilot

Chad

Local Production Company: Freshman Year Productions Inc.

Director: Rhys ThomaSMar 25/10 - Apr 2/19

Alive (Frankenstein)

Local Production Company: Vbc Pilot Productions Inc.

Director: Uta Briesewitz

Mar 19/19 - Apr 05/19

Next

Local Production Company: Next Television Productions Limited

Director: John Requa, Glenn Ficarra

Mar 26/19 - Apr 11/19

The Haunting Of Nancy Drew

Local Production Company: Vbc Pilot Productions Inc.

Director: Larry Teng

Producer: Grace Gilroy

Mar 25/19 - Apr 09/19

The Lost Boys

Local
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‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Recasts Key Role With ‘Rent: Live’ Star Jordan Fisher

The sequel to Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” has made some significant changes behind the scenes from the first movie, but switching out one of Lara Jean’s love interests has caused quite an uproar. Talented actor, dancer, and singer Jordan Fisher has been cast as the charming John Ambrose, a move that has created mixed feelings for fans.

In the first film, Lara Jean Covey’s (Lana Condor) childhood love letters that she had no intention of mailing get leaked to her five crushes during her junior year in high school. She eventually ends up dating one of the boys, Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), but during the end credits, John Ambrose (Jordan Burtchett) shows up on her doorstep with one of the incriminating letters.

Fisher’s casting is a surprise for fans who had expected Burtchett to reprise his role as John Ambrose, a potential rival for Peter.
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Link Tank: 15 Facts About Quantum Leap

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Quantum Leap, Quentin Tarantino, Game of Thrones, and more in today's daily Link Tank!

Here's why the Night King may win in the final season of Game of Thrones.

"HBO is keeping much of what happens in Game of Thrones Season 8 a secret, but we do know the Night King and his forces are looming large. The Army of the Dead is ready to do even more damage after bringing down the wall, but no matter what he does, the Night King has to lose, right? Maybe not, according to several new interviews with the cast and crew of Game of Thrones Season 8. 'I don’t think of him as evil, I think of him as Death,' showrunner David Benioff told Entertainment Weekly of the Night King. 'And that’s what he wants — for all of us. It’s why he was created and that’s what he’s after.
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‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Trades in First Film’s Female Director for New Male Director

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before became one of Netflix’s biggest hits last year, shepherded by director Susan Johnson, who leant a playfulness and a surprising visual panache to the teen romantic comedy based on the novels by Jenny Han. But for the highly anticipated sequel, which will adapt Han’s follow-up novel P.S. I Still Love You, the […]

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‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Hires a New Director; Supporting Cast to Return

Netflix's so-called Summer of Love was a big hit last year, but arguably the biggest breakout success of all was the charming rom-com To All the Boys I've Loved Before. No surprise then that Netflix is already putting together a sequel, but THR reports that the follow-up film is going to be missing a key element from the first film -- director Susan Johnson. The To All the Boys I've Loved Before sequel is recruiting Michael Fimognari, who was the cinematographer on the first film, to direct the sequel. To All the Boys screenwriter Sofia …
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Find Out Who's Returning for To All the Boys I've Loved Before Sequel

Find Out Who's Returning for To All the Boys I've Loved Before Sequel
Lara Jean isn't the only Covey coming back for the To All the Boys I've Loved Before sequel. Netflix confirmed Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists star Janel Parish, Anna Cathcart and John Corbett are all returning for the sequel. The trio join previously announced stars Lana Candor and Noah Centineo in the sequel which was officially announced in December 2018. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the sequel will have a new director when Michael Fimognari, director of photography on the first movie, takes over for Susan Johnson. Johnson is on board as an executive producer. "Directing To All The Boys I've Loved Before has been one of the great experiences of my life, and I am grateful to...
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'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' Sequel Taps New Director as Supporting Cast Returns (Exclusive)

The sequel of Netflix breakout To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before will feature some familiar onscreen faces, as well as a new one in the director's chair.

Michael Fimognari, who was the director of photography on the first To All the Boys, will helm the follow-up to the high school rom-com, taking over for Susan Johnson, who will now act as executive producer.

Joining returning stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo will be Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish and John Corbett. To All the Boys scripter Sofia Alvarez will write the sequel that is based on ...
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Noah Centineo Tapped to Play He-Man In Sony’s ‘Masters of the Universe’ Movie

First off, I'd just like to say more like the power of Bae-Skull, am I right? Let's just get that out of the way. Okay, now that we're all on the same page: The Wrap reports that Noah Centineo is in talks to star as He-Man in Sony Pictures and Mattel Films' Masters of the Universe movie, based on the toy line and animated series from the 1980s. Centineo is coming off a 2018 that saw him blasted into the stratosphere courtesy of To All The Boys I've Loved Before, director Susan Johnson's …
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Vancouver Film - "Batwoman", "Frankenstein", "The Lost Boys"

From VancouverFilm.Net, here is the Vancouver Film Production Update for March 2019, including "Batwoman", "Frankenstein", "The Lost Boys" and a whole lot more:

Feature Film

Little Fish

Local Production Company: Little Fish Pictures Inc.

Director: Chad Hartigan

Producer: Chris Ferguson, Jesse Savath, Jj Dubois

Mar 11/19 - Apr 12/19

Playing With Fire

Local Production Company: Formula M Productions Inc.

Director: Andrew Fickman

Producer: Todd Garner, Sean Robins, Matt Dines

Feb 04/19 - Mar 29/19

The Boy II

Local Production Company: The Boy Film Productions Inc.

Director: William Brent Bell

Producer: Tom Rosenberg, Richard Wright, Gary Lucchesi

Jan 28/19 - Mar 08/19

To All The Boys 2

Local Production Company: All The Boys Productions Inc.

Director: Susan Johnson

Producer: Chris Foss

Mar 25/19 - May 06/19

TV Pilot

Batwoman

Local Production Company: Renraw Production Services Inc.

Director: Marcos Siega

Producer: Jae Marchant

Mar 04/19 - Mar 25/19

Frankenstein

Local Production Company: Vbc Pilot Productions Inc.

Director: Uta Briesewitz

Mar 19/19 - Apr 05/19

Next
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To All the Boys I've Loved Before Is Getting a Sequel with Stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo

To All the Boys I've Loved Before Is Getting a Sequel with Stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo
Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky together again!

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before costars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo happily announced on Wednesday that Netflix has greenlit the sequel for the rom-com book adaptation, following the massive success of the first film, which was released on Aug. 17.

In a video released on Instagram and Twitter, Condor, 21, FaceTimes Centineo, 22, before revealing their “little secret.”

“By the way, if we’re going to do this thing, we are going to need a new contract,” the Deadly Class actress tells the actor, who responds with his signature “Woah, woah,
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To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2 Is Happening, Watch the Teaser

Netflix's To All the Boys I've Loved Before is officially getting a sequel, which will reunite the original cast. The original movie debuted on Netflix in August of this year and it was an immediate hit, so Netflix's announcement isn't a huge shock. The teenage romance movie is based on a trilogy of novels by New York Times Bestselling Author Jenny Han, so we could end up seeing all three books in the trilogy get made for the streaming platform.

In addition to the Netflix announcement, star Lana Condor also revealed the news on social media, which has gotten fans hyped for the To All the Boys I've Loved Before sequel. The sequel book was titled P.S. I Still Love You}. She tagged her co-star Noah Centineo, who appears in the announcement video with Condor, and author Jenny Han in her post. Netflix then released a fitting announcement of their own,
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