The Upside

In 2012. The Weinstein Company announced that Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, Unaccompanied Minors) was slated to write and direct an untitled biopic. A year later, Paul dropped out, because he was collaborating with Melissa McCarthy & Sandra Bullock in “The Heat.” Tom Shadyac (Ace Ventura, The Nutty Professor, Bruce Almighty) was a potential replacement for Paul, […]

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The Mule

In 2014, production company, “Imperative Entertainment” purchased the films rights to an article called, “The Sinaloa Cartel’s 90-Year-Old Drug Mule.” The company recruited Ruben Fleshier (Zombieland, Venom) to direct the movie, but he declined due to schedule conflicts. In early 2018, film studio Warner Bros. (WB for short) confirmed that legendary Oscar winning actor/director, Clint […]

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Bohemian Rhapsody

In The 70’s, four young men formed a rock band called “Queen” led by the late frontman, Freddie Mercury, guitarist, Brian May, bassist, John Deacon & drummer, Roger Taylor. The band is known for their distinctive style of fusing the rock genre combined with other musical genres making their creativity unique, less formulaic. During their […]

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Boys Don’t Cry

In late 1993, Brendan Teena/Teena Brandon, a transman/lesbian was a victim of a crime that eventually became a tragedy. Two Years Later, first time filmmaker Kimberly Peirce (Stop-Loss, 2013 remake of Carrie) made a short film called, “Boys Don’t Cry” about the life of Brandon before Kim expanded it as a full length motion picture […]

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I, Tonya

In The Early 90’s, Tonya Harding, was at one point, on top of the world as a figure skater, until she destroyed her career for involvement on assaulting rival skater, Nancy Kerrigan. Because of her actions, a judge sentenced her a lifelong ban related to figure skating, thus ending her career like a building imploding […]

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The Founder

In The 1950’s, two brothers named, Dick & Mac McDonald, opened a restaurant together in California called, McDonald’s, its not just a casual restaurant, but a fast food restaurant. As the brothers work their butts off, a struggling sales person named, Ray Kroc, visits the place. He was in awe as if he’s never seen […]

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The Greatest Showman

In 2009, Hugh Jackman signed to star and produced a musical, but it was put in a seven year hiatus, because movie studios didn’t want to distribute a musical, as the once relevant genre died out many years ago. Due to the massive success surrounding La La Land, Hugh finally embraces his chance to release […]

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