Movie News tagged Biopic

  • Martin Scorsese's The Irishman is finally greenlit; shooting begins this summer

    After a couple of years languishing in development and pre-production, news has finally arrived that Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is finally a go and set to go before the cameras later this year (via IndieWire).

    Netflix has bought the rights to the film and has stumped up $100million (possibly the biggest in the company’s history thus far) to allow Scorsese to bring his mob hitman tale to…
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  • John Lee Hancock "disappointed" by Michael Keaton's awards snubs

    Michael Keaton’s performance deserved for more says his director…

    It has been another crowded marketplace over the festive period and through the new year with a slew of blockbusters interspersed with the usual array of Oscar hopefuls who began their long run into the awards season. But with so much product in a short space of time, some were always going to get a short shrift: Ben…
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  • Bryan Cranston's unique role in James Franco's The Masterpiece

    Of all the exciting films coming our way through the new year, one project is as exciting as you can get for many film fans: James Franco’s The Masterpiece. Based on the book The Disaster Artist by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell, the film tells the behind-the-scenes story behind one of modern cinema’s biggest cult classics The Room. But while excitement remains, little has been heard about the…
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  • Ryan Gosling and Damien Chazelle to re-team for Neil Armstrong biopic

    After charming audiences together in this year’s hot Oscar hopeful La La Land, writer-director Damien Chazelle and his star Ryan Gosling are set to team up again for a very different project. The duo are set to work together on First Man, a biopic of Neil Armstrong, the legendary astronaut who was the first man to land on the moon. (via Variety)

    The project has been in development for some…
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