Universal is recalibrating its approach to its iconic Monsters.
“We have a president who calls the press the enemy of the people.”
“There are not a lot of female directors period,” he said.
“I feel like we can figure out the next chapter. But we’ll see.”
And, thankfully, it’s not Akiva Goldsman.
Produced by Jordan Peele, directed by Spike Lee, and starring John David Washington, Adam Driver, and Topher Grace as David Duke.
Winston Duke is also in talks to star in Peele’s Get Out follow-up, which is due out in March 2019.
Adaptation of memoir by an African-American police detective who infiltrated the KKK to star John David Washington.
Afflect will portray a Missouri small-town farmer turned academic.
Akiva Goldsman will direct the update of the 1984 horror release for Universal.
Peele wrote and directed the thriller, which hits theaters February 24th.
James McAvoy stars as a deranged psychopath with 23 different personalities.