DEADLINE – Sony is determined to bring moviegoers back to comedies in theaters and they just dated their Will Gluck directed Anyone But You for Dec. 15.
The trailer dropped last week during the studio’s presentation at CinemaCon.
The screwball comedy, which stars Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell, follows two people who loathe each other so much — they can’t resist the other. The pic is set in Sydney and follows the two as they go on various vacation hijinks from falling off boats to getting big spiders down their pants.
Screenplay was penned by Ilana Wolpert and Gluck. Joe Roth produces with Jeff Kirschenbaum and Gluck. EPs are Sweeney, Natalie Sellers, Alyssa Altman and Jacqueline Monetta. Alexandra Shipp, GaTa, Dermot Mulroney, Rachel Griffiths, Michelle Hurd, Bryan Brown, Darren Barnet and Hadley Robinson also star.
The only other wide studio release on Dec. 15 is Warner Bros. Timothee Chalamet movie, Wonka.
Sydney Sweeney & Glen Powell Romantic Comedy ‘Anyone But You’ Eyes Pre-Christmas Launch
Written by jen on May 04 2023
J.J. Abrams and Glen Powell’s Aviation Doc ‘The Blue Angels’ Lands at Amazon
Written by jen on May 01 2023
VARIETY – Amazon Studios has landed worldwide rights to the U.S. naval aviation documentary “The Blue Angels,” which is backed by production companies of J.J. Abrams and “Top Gun: Maverick” star Glen Powell.
The film, shot with Imax cameras, chronicles a year in the cockpit with one of the world’s top aviator teams, the Navy and Marine Corps flight squadron, through their intense training and aerial touring show. Abrams’ Bad Robot, Powell’s Barnstorm Productions, Zipper Bros Films and Dolphin Entertainment produced the project.
“This fascinating and layered documentary is wholly representative of the kind of work ethic, teamwork, and perseverance that goes into being a Blue Angel,” said Brianna Oh, Amazon’s head of documentary features. “We are incredibly honored to join this talented filmmaking team in bringing their story to audiences around the world.”
The film will play in theaters on a yet-to-be determined date before landing on Amazon Prime Video.
“’The Blue Angels’ will be the theatrical documentary experience of the year, and we’re thrilled to share it with a global audience,” said John Turner, head of documentaries for Imax. “Our partnership with Amazon Studios marks an exciting chapter for Imax as we reimagine how to broaden our original documentaries for a streaming audience. We’re grateful for the enthusiasm and support that the Amazon team has for the project. It reflects the infectious spirit that The Blues have instilled in millions of fans for 80 years.”
The film was directed and edited by Paul Crowder (“UFO”) and produced by Glen Zipper (“Undefeated”) through Zipper Bros Films, Mark Monroe (“Icarus”) through Diamond Docs, and Sean Stuart (“Challenger: The Final Flight”) through Sutter Road Picture Company. Rob Stone, Greg Wooldridge, Imax’s Megan Colligan and John Turner, and Dolphin Entertainment’s Bill O’Dowd and Emerson Davis served as executive producers.
“One of the most remarkable aspects of the Blue Angels’ story is their relentless pursuit of excellence. It’s a message that I think will be as inspiring to the audience as it has been to the filmmakers,” said Abrams, the co-CEO of Bad Robot.
CAA Media Finance arranged the film’s financing and brokered the deal. Dolphin Entertainment co-financed the film.
Photos: CinemaCon 2023
Written by jen on April 25 2023
Glen attended CinemaCon yesterday with Anyone But You co-star Sydney Sweeney to present a small teaser of their R-rated rom-com during the Sony Pictures Entertainment Presentation.
Events > 2023 > Apr 24 | CinemaCon 2023 Opening Night
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Photos: ‘Scream Queens’ Season 2 Captures
Written by jen on March 28 2023
Episodes captures from season 2 of “Scream Queens” have been added into the photo gallery.
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Stay Fly, Hangman
Written by jen on March 12 2023
Glen will not be in attendance for the Academy Awards tonight with his Top Gun: Maverick co-stars due to filming Anyone But You in Australia, he posted a lovely message about the wild ride that he and his fighter squad went on this past year.
This pic was taken Aug 2018, days after getting cast in Top Gun. I had no idea where this journey would take me and how it would change my life.
Sad I can’t be w/ the squad at the Oscars tonight, but toasting to a beautiful ride with this groundbreaking film.
— Glen Powell (@glenpowell) March 12, 2023