Scream 5 has added yet another cast member. For a while there, only longtime stars David Arquette and Courteney Cox had signed up to appear in Spyglass and Paramount’s upcoming reboot of the meta-horror franchise, but the past few weeks have seen additional casting announcements, as newcomers Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega have also joined the project. Now, The Boys star Jack Quaid is confirmed to have been hired in an undisclosed role.
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Katie Dippold Penning New Haunted Mansion Movie for Disney
It’s been a decade since word first broke that Guillermo del Toro ( Pinocchio ) would be writing and producing a film based on Disney’s The Haunted Mansion and now it appears the studio is going a different route as Katie Dippold ( Ghostbusters ) has been hired to pen the script for a new adaptation, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Black Panther Star Chadwick Boseman Dead at Age 43
It is with tremendous sadness that must report (via The San Diego Tribune) that Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman has died tragically at the age of 43. According to his family, the actor was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago, though never spoke about his fight publicly.
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Firewatch Film Adaptation in Developing by Snoot Entertainment, Campo Santo
Campo Santo’s Firewatch was a surprise hit upon its 2016 release and after initially being set at Good Universe, the video game developer is partnering with Snoot Entertainment to develop a film adaptation of the title, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Black Widow: Disney+ Rumors Debunked Following Mulan Announcement
Yesterday, Disney officially announced that Niki Caro’s live-action film adaptation of Mulan will be making its long-awaited debut on Disney+ in September, instead of its previously scheduled theatrical release on August 21, 2020. Because of this, many fans have been speculating that this might also become the fate for the House of Mouse’s other high-profile films, such as Marvel Studios’ highly-anticipated Black Widow , which like Mulan had also been delayed since last March.
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