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Briefs : Game of Thrones, Dune 2, Green Hornet, Thor, Buck Rogers & more…

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Briefs : Game of Thrones, Dune 2, Green Hornet, Thor, Buck Rogers & more…

Briefs : Game of Thrones, Dune 2, Green Hornet, Thor, Buck Rogers & more…

Three more aboard the new “Game of Thrones” prequel- including the bad guy from “Terminator Genisys”…

An NBC comedy pilot based on Kevin Hart film “Night School” is not moving forward at the network. The half-hour offering was originally commissioned in January. [More…]

Brian K. Vaughan will write the small-screen version of “Buck Rogers” at Legendary Entertainment. The studio has an ambitious idea for “Buck”, developing a prestige television series, a feature film and an anime series all simultaneously. [More…]

Jamie Bell and Margaret Qualley will play Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Jonathan Entwistle’s “Fred and Ginger” at Amazon Studios. [More…]

The new “Green Hornet and Kato” film has tapped “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” scribe David Koepp to write the script. [More…]

Jaimie Alexander will reprise Lady Sif for the forthcoming “Thor : God and Thunder”. [More…]

Julia Roberts will star in and produce new Amazon series “The Last Thing He Told Me”. Produced by Reese Witherspoon, the series follows a woman (Roberts) who forms an unexpected relationship with her 16-year-old stepdaughter while searching for the truth about why her husband has mysteriously disappeared. [More…]

Shane Black is developing a new animated detective series at Fox. The “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” helmer is adapting “Crag Banyon P.I”., based on James Mullaney’s book series. The project follows the supernatural adventures of Banyon, an alcoholic ex-cop and current private investigator, as he solves cases in an alternate noir, otherworldly reality. Mullaney has written seven books in the series including One Horse Open Slay and Bum Luck. [More…]

Eric Bana says his upcoming film about motorcycling legend Mike “The Bike” Hailwood, which he’ll also star in and co-direct with Robert Connolly, is not a biopic. “We’re not making a biopic. Ours is concentrating on Mike’s comeback out of retirement after being away from the sport for 10 years.” [More…]

Slamming the recent HBO Max deal, “Dune” director Denis Villeneuve warns the proposed sequel might not happen now. “Warner Bros. might just have killed the Dune franchise. ‘This one is for the fans.’ AT&T’s John Stankey said that the streaming horse left the barn. In truth, the horse left the barn for the slaughterhouse.” [More…]

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