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Teresa Palmer cast in POINT BREAK, Sienna Miller in CHEF, & More

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Point Break, Chef and other films have all made recent film casting, screenwriting, and director news. These films come from movie studios primarily based in the United States. The castings, screenwriters, and directors are subject to change.

Voice From The Stone

Emilia Clarke…[will] topline the adaptation of Silvio Raffo’s award-winning Italian novel La Voce Della Pietra, about a nurse who helps a boy through the traumatic sudden death of his mother only to become ensnared by a malevolent force inside the family’s castle. Eric D. Howell is making his feature debut directing from a script by Andrew Shaw.

Point Break

Teresa Palmer is negotiating to star alongside Edgar Ramirez and Luke Bracey in Alcon‘s reboot of the 1991 action thriller Point Break.

Trolls (20th Century Fox)

Anna Kendrick will star as the relentlessly upbeat princess Poppy in DreamWorks Animation’s musical “Trolls.”

Mike Mitchell (“Shrek Forever After”) will direct “Trolls” that 20th Century Fox will release Nov. 4, 2016.


Sienna Miller is set to co-star with Bradley Cooper in the Weinstein Co. pic “Chef.”

Omar Sy also stars, and John Wells directs the pic.

Steven Knight penned the script, the story of a chef who gathers a crew in an attempt to create the best restaurant ever.

Never Let Go

Writer-director Howard J. Ford has set genre thriller Never Let Go as his next feature…Pic follows an American single mother on vacation in a beautiful but unfamiliar land who takes the law into her own hands when her child is abducted. As her quest for justice continues, her political connections back in the U.S. raise the stakes higher than at first glance.

Tulip Fever

David Harewood has booked a role in the Weinstein Company drama Tulip Fever for director Justin Chadwick. He will play Prater, Amsterdam’s foremost tulip grower/dealer, in the film about a 17th century Dutch woman who begins an affair with an artist hired to paint her portrait.

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Source: VarietyDeadline

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