Quentin Tarantino. Director, Screenwriter. Novelist? Tarantino has signed a two-book deal with Harper, a subsidiary of HarperCollins. One book will be a novelization of his most recent film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and the other will be an exploration into the films of the 1970s titled Cinema Speculation.
Millie was ready to give up as an actress, but she decided to audition for one more role: Eleven.
Fans of The Walking Dead who miss the cop turned zombie killer Rick Grimes need not worry – producer Scott Gimple is still hopeful for three movies concerning the protagonist.
“We live in a world where everything is changing moment to moment,” Gimple tells Insider when asked if it would still be a trio of movies,” that said [it’s] still a theatrical movie, still hoping to be a trilogy.”
After it was announced that Rick (played by Andrew Lincoln) would be leaving the show, the movies were shortly announced. There hasn’t been much information on the project since then. With the announcement of season 11 being the final season, AMC implied a single film already in production. Both Andrew Lincoln and show creator Robert Kirkman are both heavily involved in the project. AMC has yet to say anything else.
One thing is for sure, though; everyone is dead set on this project.
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