The War with Grandpa Trailer, starring Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, & Oakes Fegley is ready for a showdown!
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I'm thinking of ending things Trailer, starring Jesse Plemons & Jessie Buckley, will take you on a last ride.
A Season of Bethlehem: Unholy War in a Sacred Place, written by Joshua Hammer, will be directed by Antoine Fuqua. However, the movie title will be called Siege of Bethlehem instead of the book title. Michael Kase, Aaron L. Gilbert, Avi Issacharoff, and Lior Raz will produce the project. The screenwriter for this project will be Avi Issacharoff and Matt Cook. Jason Cloth will be the executive producer.
Here is the Deadline.com synopsis of the film:
Inspired by a true story, Siege of Bethlehem tells how a Muslim, an Israeli Jew, and a Christian American came together to prevent a battle from breaking out between the Israeli army and a group of armed Palestinian militants who had taken refuge in Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity, the believed birthplace of Jesus. At the close of 39 days, despite the resistance put up by many of their superiors and colleagues, the three managed to reach a resolution, ending the siege and avoiding an all-out war on the church’s hallowed grounds.
One of the producers, Aaron L. Gilbert, said this about the announcement: “We are excited to partner with talented storytellers who have an unparalleled understanding of this extraordinary event and with action film icons who have the ability to bring it to life in the most powerful way.”
Michael Kate, another producer of Siege of Bethlehem, said: “I’ve been shepherding this project for 15 years. There couldn’t be a more appropriate time for a movie like this; it’s a story about uniting people through peace at a time of significant unrest.”
Bron studios is producing the film.
Source material: Deadline.com
Read the article about the real-life Anthony Walker and the film adaptation here: BBC.com
Netflix has gotten the rights to adapt a short story that was posted on Reddit. The title of this horror short is called My Wife and I Brought a Ranch and it was written by Matt Query. It is written in 6 parts.
The author's brother, Harrison Query, will write the screenplay. Scott Glassgold via Ground Control Entertainment will produce the project. Joining him will be Michael Clear and James Wan via Atomic Monster and Dan Cohen/ Shawn Levy via 21 Laps. The bidding right occurred on Thursday night and Netflix seized the deal by Friday afternoon.
Here is Deadline.com's synopsis of the horror short story:
A couple, Harry and Sasha, who find their dream house in a ranch in Idaho. He’s a soldier getting back to life, and they bid what they can, which is a lowball offer. They get the ranch but find they are not alone. Soon they meet their neighbors, who inform them that there is a malevolent spirit in the valley, one that manifests itself by coming to the house in the same manner at the start of each season. There are certain steps that must be followed to keep the spirit out of their house, and the tension and violence grows with each gory ritual as the duel between the spirits and the ex-Marine soldier becomes personal. The short story is very compelling and creepy in a Stephen King/M. Night Shyamalan way.
Source material: Deadline.com
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