No one was exactly surprised to hear that FX’s Katrina: American Crime Story had stalled in favor of Versace, but neither FX nor Ryan Murphy will scrap the idea outright. Instead, production has been pushed to 2019 with a revamped premise and cast, and confirmed to feature Sarah Paulson in a leading role.
We weren’t terribly surprised when Versace: American Crime Story overtook Katrina as the next installment, but it seems the New Orleans-set chapter may have fallen apart altogether. Directors say the FX project is “stalled,” calling into question whether it films at all.
We haven’t had a good Katrina: American Crime Story casting since at least February, so consider this some major strategery. Season 2 of Ryan Murphy’s FX drama elects Dennis Quaid as our 43rd President, none other than George W. Bush.
Based on their short film Bag Man, Kin will be directed by brothers Jonathan and Josh Baker, and has already signed on Dennis Quaid. According to The Hollywood Reporter, James Franco, Jack Reynor, and Zoe Kravitz have joined the cast of the sci-fi tale about an ex-con (Reynor) and his adopted brother who are on the run from nefarious beings. The brothers will have to escape a vengeful criminal played by Franco and find a mysterious weapon.
Happy National Dog Day. Here’s a movie about a dog doomed to die and be reborn again and again so that he can… learn something about life? So that humans can be happy? Is there a shortage of dog souls to go around, so that by the time you pick up your new puppy from the shelter, mentally it’s probably already a grizzled old man looking down the barrel at the next twelve years of its life with exhaustion and regret?
The idea of TV shows rebooting old movies has become old hat by now, but the latest may bring with it a surprising revelation. NBC will look to adapt 2000 Jim Caviezel-Dennis Quaid time-travel detective drama 'Frequency' as a new TV series, as developed by 'Supernatural' showrunner Jeremy Carver, but what might it mean for the longrunning CW series?
What is Zac Efron following up with after he got peed on by Nicole Kidman in 'The Paperboy'? The 'At Any Price' trailer has debuted online and it looks like it'll be an R-rated, farmer's edition of the 'Dallas' TV series.
You may not have heard much about 'Playing for Keeps,' but we've got the first trailer and some new stills to clue you in to the new film starring Gerard Butler as a man who needs to get his act together in order to be a better father and a better man.