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Noah Jupe, Jaeden Martell to Star in ‘Lost Boys’ Reboot for Warner Bros

Warner Bros. is prepping a remake of Joel Schumacher’s 1987 film “The Lost Boys” and has tapped Noah Jupe (“A Quiet Place”) and Jaeden Martell (“It”) to star.Jonathan Entwistle (“The End of the F***ing World”) will direct the new “Lost Boys” film, and Randy McKinnon, who is also writing the “Static Shock” film for the […]

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‘Willow’ TV Series Finds New Director In ‘The End Of The F***ing World’ Co-Creator

The “Willow” TV series has found its new director. After Jon M. Chu left due to personal reasons, the co-creator and director of “End of the F***ing World” and “I Am Not Okay With This,” Jonathan Entwistle, has been tapped to direct the pilot episode of the upcoming Disney+ show.Read More: Jon M. ‘Willow’ […]

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Naomie Ackie, Andrea Riseborough Projects Among Works in Progress Sidebar at London Film Fest

The BFI London Film Festival has added a new, annual works-in-progress showcase as part of its industry program, and has invited seven projects to participate, including two featuring “Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker” and “The End of the F***ing World” actor Naomie Ackie and “ZeroZeroZero” actor Andrea Riseborough.The showcase features works […]

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‘Power Rangers’ Reboot Coming From ‘The End of the F***ing World’ Creator

Sure, let’s try this again! A new Power Rangers reboot is in the works at Paramount, with Jonathan Entwistle, creator of Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World, in talks to direct. The Power Rangers hit the big screen again with a semi-serious 2017 reboot, which featured Elizabeth Banks hamming it up big time. While […]

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‘Power Rangers’ Reboot in the Works at Paramount with ‘The End of the F***ing World’ Creator

Paramount Pictures is in early negotiations with Jonathan Entwistle, who is best known for his Netflix series “The End of the F***ing World”, to develop a new take on “Power Rangers” for the studio.The was a popular ’90s TV series involved a group of kids who become superheroes. The show first aired on Fox Kids, […]

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