With Bill Murray’s film Hyde Park on the Hudson debuting later this year, the comedian has reportedly turned his attention to the 2011 Black List script, St. Vincent De Van Nuys. The Ted Melfi script, which garnered as many votes as Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, centers on a 12-year-old boy whose parents are going through a divorce. He then forms an unlikely friendship with the retiree next door (Murray), a war veteran who goes from leading a life of drinking, gambling and prostitutes to one of an unlikely mentorship. Jack Nicholson had previously been reported as potentially attached to the project. Now, Variety reports that Murray is currently in negotiations with Twentieth Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment.
Hall H will remain "the place to be" for at least three more years.
The fourth wall remains intact for this one.
The end is nigh.
The Comic-Con Preview issue puts the DC superheroes front and center.
Lex Luthor looks a bit different, while Batman and Wonder Woman get cuddly.
" I knew there was another movie to be made, and I had a sense of what it could be. There’s a story about friendship in here that can be really interesting, that also involves a road trip. Thematically, there was something interesting about that to me."
Can Scott Lang harness the suit's power?
Head writer and 'Weekend Update' anchor Colin Jost wrote the indie comedy, which features Bobby Moynihan, Will Forte, Kate McKinnon, and more.
Which would you save? ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Star Trek’? Han Solo or Indiana Jones? ‘Game of Thrones’ or ‘Breaking Bad’? Watch as Jai Courtney, Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke, director Alan Taylor, and Skydance’s David Ellison and Dana Golberg are forced to choose.
The Marvel Studios president elaborates on the screen testing process with Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr.