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Julianne Moore Praises Indie Films At CinemaCon: "Hollywood Isn't In The Business Of Creating Parts For Actors"

Indie films now are bigger than ever. That was the takeaway at today’s CinemaCon panel for “The ‘Independent’ Game: Based on a True Story” panel which was comprised of Sony Pictures Classics co-chiarman Tom Bernard, Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore, director Jay Roach and AMC Theatres president of programming, Robert Lenihan. 717 more words

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Scarlett Johansson To Lead 'THE PSYCHOPATH TEST' Adaption

Scarlett Johansson will lead Jon Ronson’s latest book The Psychopath Test adaption at Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment.

The film is scripted by Kristin Gore and directed by Jay Roach. 152 more words


Scarlett Johansson Joins 'The Psychopath Test'

Scarlett Johansson has signed on to star in Universal Pictures’ adaptation of ‘The Psychopath Test’. The book of the same name was written by Jon Ronson. 89 more words


Scarlett Johansson to Take 'The Psychopath Test'

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

Scarlett Johansson is attached to star in Universal Pictures upcoming thriller The Psychopath Test, which is based on a book of the same name written by… 279 more words


Scarlett Johansson and Jay Roach Board Universal's 'The Psychopath Test'

Universal has Kristin Gore to pen the script of “The Psychopath Test,” with Scarlett Johansson attached to star and Jay Roach to direct.

Sources stress this pic is being developed as a starring vehicle for Johansson and that no deal is done, but that the actress is very interested in doing it. 136 more words


Scarlett Johansson, Jay Roach Team On Kristin Gore-Scripted Thriller 'The Psychopath Test' At Universal

EXCLUSIVE: Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have set screenwriter Kristin Gore to write a psychological thriller based on the Jon Ronson book The Psychopath Test… 289 more words


Jay Roach To Direct CIA Killer Action Comedy 'MAD DOGS'

Jay Roach (Meet the Parents, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery) has signed on to direct Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming big screen adaption of James Grady’s  237 more words