PTA returns to the San Fernando Valley, circa 1973, with the title referring to a record store in the area. Starring newcomers Alana Haim (of music group Haim) and Cooper Hoffman (the late Philip Seymour's son), plus Sean Penn, Benny Safdie, Tom Waits, Maya Rudolph and Bradley Cooper as Jon Peters seemingly. John C. Reilly, Ben Stiller and Joseph Cross are also reportedly in the cast.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Claire Foy lead the cast, but watch out for Nick Cave as HG Wells, plus... Toby Jones, Andrea Riseborough, Stacy Martin, Richard Ayoade, Julian Barratt, Taika Waititi and Olivia Colman. Written and Directed by actor turned director Will Sharpe. Looks trippy... that's what happens when you make a film about an artist famous for his cat paintings whilst suffering from schizophrenia.
Joel Coen goes it alone with this adaptation of Shakespeare's darkest play for A24 (and Apple TV+), shot in shady black and white by Bruno Delbonnel (who also did Inside Llewyn Davis), with a cast led by Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand.
Acclaimed playwright Stephen Karam makes his film directing debut by adapting his own play, starring Beanie Feldstein, Steven Yeun, Richard Jenkins, Amy Schumer, June Squibb and the only cast member who was also in the original play, Jayne Houdyshell.
Writer/Director James DeMonaco (and his usual studio Blumhouse) looks like he's trying to, um, purge, his most famous franchise, with this coming of age in the '80s drama, featuring Naomi Watts, Frank Grillo, Bobby Cannavale and Lucius Hoyos in the lead role. Initially called Once Upon a Time in Staten Island, they really should have called it Eye of the Tiger, right?
Guillermo Del Toro is finally following up his all-conquering The Shape of Water, adapting William Lindsay Gresham's novel (previously adapted in 1946), with a cast that includes Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Willem Dafoe, Toni Collette, David Strathairn, Mary Steenburgen, Richard Jenkins and Ron Perlman, of course.