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Dark Universe, Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League Dark film adaptation, has reportedly lost its director, Doug Liman, over scheduling issues. The studio has reportedly begun its search for a replacement. (IGN)
Amazon Studios has given a straight-to-series order to Hanna, adapted from the 2011 film directed by Joe Wright. The series hails from NBCUniversal International Studios. (VAR)
The star will play Irish immigrant Mary Mallon, infamously known as “Typhoid Mary,” in a new BBC America miniseries entitled Fever. Moss will executive produce, along with director Phil Morrison and writer Robin Veith, who will pen the adaptation. (TVL)
The period drama, which bowed in Berlin, stars Hugh Bonneville and Gillian Anderson and is set during the partition of India. (THR)
The first trailer for Lionsgate’s Wonder is here, in which Jacob Tremblay plays a fifth grade student who has to grapple with his facial deformities and bullies at school. (WRAP)
Last year, 377 specs went out, and 133 of those found a home, for a percentage of 35 percent, all up from 375, 129, and 34.4 percent the previous year. Not enormous gains, but relevant ones, especially in a movie world awash in intellectual properties and tent poles. (TB)