In addition to starriing and helming, Eastwood will produce the crime movie under his Malpaso banner alongside Imperative's Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas.
Ali Abbasi's Swedish horror film follows the fortunes of a customs officer who develops an odd attraction to a suspect she's investigating.
The former 'Friends' star is set to join comedienne Tig Notaro in the new White House comedy titled 'First Ladies'.
The movie revolves around the dysfunctional group of friends who come together to celebrate the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
The Bedlam depicter says he is forbidden from sharing the casting news to his family because Marvel is strict when it comes to keeping details about its projects.
Kevin Macdonald also notes that the late singer can't talk about the central problems of her life due to the abuse.
The 'Game of Thrones' star insists she had no problem with nudity in the R-rated film, but she feared that she's unable to cope with the pressure of playing Anastasia Steele.
Jonathan Kasdan addresses Lando Calrissian's sexuality after some people notice his fluidity in the spin-off film, 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'.
Aside from starring in the movie, the actor serves as a producer along with Reginald Hudlin and Byron Phillips.
The project will reunite the Oscar-winning actor and the awards-winning director since they worked on 2002's drama 'Catch Me If You Can'.
The movie will reportedly be directed by Stephen Daldry and follow a reclusive Obi-Wan as he watches over an infant Luke Skywalker.
'That girl is singing off-key on the record,' the late singer says of the 'Straight Up' songstress in first trailer of 'Whitney'.
The actor will join forces with writers Rob Greenberg and Bob Fisher in developing a Hollywood revamp of hit 2006 French film 'La doublure'.
The actor was caught on camera used the slurs during a row with longtime producing partner Steve Casman on the set of 2015 movie 'Wild Card'.
Ahmed's suggestion apparently is noticed by the comic creators as writer G. Willow Wilson tweets, 'I may have fainted.'
A representative for Lucasfilm has clarified a report which claims Kathleen Kennedy said that Han Solo's friend would become the subject of the next franchise prequel movie.
The film will center on photographer Eadweard Muybridge, who is credited for helping to develop the moving picture.
The actress shares that she had to fight face a 'huge phobia' to finish the filming of the scene.
The 'Power' actor and the 'Sinister' star join Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader, who have been added to the cast for the sequel to Stephen King's hit horror movie.
The surrealist film beat out six other movies to pick up the Nespresso Grand Prize at a ceremony on Wednesday night, May 16.