These new additions join Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, and John David Washington.
Anya Taylor-Joy will portray a young Furiosa in the George Miller-directed prequel from Warner Bros.
Without sounding too tragic, television probably saved a lot of us this year.
The Queen’s Gambit star delivered the TV Performance of the Year.
A whopping 62 million subscribers have into the chess drama.
Chess prodigy Beth Harmon shines as a character who is not limited to being defined by her tragic past.
George Miller will direct, co-write, and produce the prequel that’s in “advance development.”
The Icelandic queen is set to play the role of “The Slav Witch”.
Plus, director Josh Boone reveals his abandoned plans for a trilogy.
Autumn de Wilde delivers a faithful and honest retelling of Jane Austen’s iconic story.
Josh Boone will finally see his scary Marvel movie come to the big screen.
Big Little Lies co-stars Alexander Skarsgård and Nicole Kidman may reunite.