Goldblum & Pullman Coming Back For The INDEPENDENCE DAY Sequel – Big 6 Morning Report


  • While Will Smith may not be coming back, Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldblum are both on board for the sequel to Independence Day, according to director Roland Emmerich. And who needs Smith when you have President MF’ing Whitemore back to kick some alien butt. (HitFix)
  • What could be better than a Knightrider movie? How about a Knightrider movie with a talking car speaking Brad Copeland‘s (Arrested Development) zingers. The Weinstein Company is reportedly bringing in the writer to script the feature film adaptation of the classic TV series. (LA Times)
  • The superb cast for director Daniel Espinosa’s Child 44 keeps growing. Philip Seymour Hoffman has joined the film about an military police officer in Satlin-era Soviet Russia who investigates a series of child murders. Hoffman joins Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman, and Joel Kinnaman. (Deadline)
  • Christopher McQuarrie might not be doing Mission: Impossible 5 after all? The Jack Reacher filmmaker has signed on to write and direct an adaptation of the British miniseries Unforgiven. (AICN)
  • John Grishman’s A Time To Kill is being adapted for Broadway. Let me just say that again: John Grishman’s A Time To Kill is being adapted for Broadway. Yes, I’m serious. (The Wrap)
  • Australian actor Josh Helman has joined the cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past in a very prominent, but currently unknown role. He joins, well, a lot of people. (The Playlist)

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