New photos added from Appearances 2004-2010. Lots of old events have been updated.
Working Title Films has optioned the rights to author Ruth Ware’s fifth novel, haunted house thriller The Turn of the Key. Max Minghella and Jamie Bell will write the adaptation of The Turn of the Key. Minghella and Bell have worked together in the past; Bell was the executive producer for Minghella’s directorial debut Teen Spirit.
The Turn of the Key is the story of a young woman who accepts a live-in nanny position for a picture-perfect family in a high-tech smart home. Despite the fully modern luxuries and high salary, some things are just too good to be true. Her life becomes a nightmare as the illusions come tumbling down.
Damien Chazelle’s 1920s Hollywood-set movie Babylon has rounded out a bulk of what is expected to be its final casting. Of those set to head back in time are Max Minghella, Flea, Samara Weaving, Rory Scovel, Lukas Haas, Eric Roberts, P.J. Byrne and Damon Gupton.
All of them join the previously announced cast of Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Diego Calva, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li and as we first told you today, Katherine Waterston.
All parts and storylines for the next movie from the Oscar-winning La La Land director are under wraps. As we told you, the Paramount movie is R-rated and set in the shifting moment in Hollywood when the motion picture industry turned from silent film to talkies.
Chazelle in addition to directing, wrote the script. Babylon hits theaters on Christmas Day 2022 in a limited release with a wide break on Jan. 6, 2023.
Max talks about people being disappointed when they find out he’s English, growing up in the movie business, his childhood obsession with box office earnings, getting confused for a Canadian actor in “Shadowhunters,” and working with Chris Rock on the film Spiral.
3 new clips from Spiral watch below. They will play one after the other so just watch.
Max will be on Good Morning America on May 14 (Friday) to talk about Spiral. Chris Rock will also be on on May 11 (Tuesday)