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A tax credit assigned to the film’s production suggests that production will begin in 2019.
The based-on-a-true-story ensemble movie will mark Cardi’s big-screen debut.
The feature-length film will follow the earlier days of the New Jersey mafia, during riots in the 1960s.
Los Angeles, New York City, Toronto, San Francisco, and Indianapolis will host the special runs.
Rumors are circulating that a follow-up to Harrison Ford’s 1997 cult hit could be on the way.
Julianne Moore suggests that she was “fired” from Can You Ever Forgive Me? days before filming began
Melissa McCarthy was later cast in the role, earning her a second Oscar nomination.
The unlikely duo will team up in an upcoming comedy written by Etan Cohen.
Kevin Tsujihara acknowledged the scaled-back future plans in a recent interview.
The release will omit depictions of drug use and Freddie Mercury’s bisexuality.
Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote finally gets a release date, and it’s for one night only
Decades later, the veteran filmmaker’s stroke-inducing passion project will see the light of day.
The rock biopic will be directed by Dexter Fletcher, who completed Bohemian Rhapsody as well.