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August 5, 2019

Neil Marshall Sets Joe Anderson, Steven Waddington, Sean Pertwee To Star With Charlotte Kirk In ‘The Reckoning’

EXCLUSIVE: Writer-director Neil Marshall has firmed his next action thriller, The Reckoning. He has set Joe Anderson (The Crazies), Steven Waddington (The Imitation Game) and Sean Pertwee (Gotham) to star alongside Charlotte Kirk (Vice). Marshall, whose films include The Descent and Dog Soldiers, also has set Leon Ockenden (Mr. Selfridge), Emma Campbell-Jones (Doctor Who), Callum Goulden (Ghost Stories), Suzanne Magowan (Samantha), Indianna Ryan (The A...

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July 17, 2019

Alexandra Daddario Joins Evangeline Lilly & Ike Barinholtz In Highland Film Group’s ‘Happy Life’

EXCLUSIVE: Deadline has learned that San Andreas and True Detective star Alexandra Daddario is set to star in Highland Film Group’s comedy Happy Life opposite Evangeline Lilly and Ike Barinholtz. Pic reps the directorial debut of Mindy Project and Blockers producer David Stassen which he’s also writing. Happy Life follows new mom Allison Beck (Lilly) who suspects her workaholic husband Eli (Barinholtz) is having an affair with an Instagram...

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July 9, 2019

Kevin James Set To Play Bad Guy In Action Thriller ‘Becky’

EXCLUSIVE: Kevin James, who rose to success via comedies from CBS’ long-running The King of Queens to films like Paul Blart: Mall Cop and Grown Ups, is flipping the script. He has come aboard the action thriller Becky, where he is set to play the baddie opposite Annabelle: Creation and The Haunting of Hill House star Lulu Wilson. James replaces Simon Pegg, who had been...

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July 4, 2019

‘Jiu Jitsu’ producer says film ‘make-or-break’ for Cyprus

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) – A veteran Hollywood movie producer said Saturday that Cyprus’ aspirations to become an international film destination hinge on whether authorities can deliver on a pledge to provide cash rebates and tax exemptions to filmmakers. Martin Barab said that his new, $27.5 million-film “Jiu Jitsu” currently being...

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