Antje Traue (Man of Steel) is the latest to join the thriller Criminal, which also stars Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman, and Tommy Lee Jones. The plot centers on a "dangerous prison inmate (Costner) implanted with the memories and skills of a dead CIA operative in hopes of stopping a diabolical plot. Traue will play a terrorist's henchwoman.
Terrence Howard is in talks to join Gary Oldman, Shia LaBeouf, and Kate Mara in the psychological thriller Man Down. The story centers on an Afghanistan war veteran haunted by his experiences as he searches for his family in a post-apocalyptic America.
Director Neil Burger (Limitless, Divergent) will helm the adaptation of the Olen Steinhauer's spy thriller novel All The Old Knives.
StudioCanal has snapped up film rights to journalist Mitch Swenson’s true-story novella The Tracking Of A Russian Spy.
Palestine has selected Eyes of a Thief as its Oscar contender in the best foreign-language film category. The psychological thriller is set in the West Bank and based on real events about a former prisoner who returns to his hometown with a dark secret after serving 10 years in an Israeli jail.
An official trailer was released for the Michael Mann-directed thriller Black Hat, starring Chris Hemsworth as a mysterious hacker/genius coder serving fifteen years in prison after he was caught infiltrating protected data.
A new still was released of Reece Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix in the upcoming Paul Thomas Anderson film Inherent Vice.
Ahead of the much-anticipated film adaptation of Gone Girl, based on the Gilian Flynn novel, NPR is making the album music soundtrack available online.
RIP Audrey Long, noir film star of the 1940s and wife of Leslie Charteris, author of The Saint suspense books.
Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn were recently announced as the stars for the second season of New Detective, and now it appears Rachel McAdams may join the cast to play a tough, no-nonsense Monterey sheriff whose troubled upbringing has driven her to gambling and alcohol.
NBC is teaming with the producers of the network successful drama series The Blacklist for another conspiracy thriller. Endgame (written by Leverage co-creator John Rogers) is described as "a high-octane thriller about a former intelligence officer who, while working as a security expert for the wealthy, is wrongly accused of the brutal murder of his wife."
ABC has put in development an untitled hourlong drama written by Jenna Bans about the return of a politician’s young son presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier. But as the mysterious young man is welcomed back into his family, suspicions emerge as to whether he really who he says he is.
Netflix inked a deal to broadcast the first two seasons of the BBC period crime drama Peaky Blinders, beginning September 30. The series follows the feared Birmingham, England Peaky Blinders gang and stars Cillian Murphy, Sam Neill, Helen McCrory and Annabelle Wallis, with Tom Hardy joining in season two.
ABC studios is developing the comedic mystery drama pilot Felony Twins, described as "a comedic noir, part legal show and part relationship soap about an unlikely trio of investigators whose social lives are as wild as their cases."
Lost co-star Josh Holloway is re-teaming with Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse for the thriller pilot Colony, about life in Los Angeles after a mysterious “foreign” occupation and the former FBI agent forced to collaborate with the occupational government to bring down the growing resistance movement inside the Los Angeles colony.
Veronica Mars star Adam Rose will make a guest appearance on an episode of CBS’ new spinoff series NCIS: New Orleans, playing a man whose parolee father is the lead suspect in a murder investigation.
Syfy has greenlit a new 13-episode scripted series, Hunters (from Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd), based on Whitley Strieber's best-selling novel about a secret government agency tracking a ruthless group of extraterrestrial terrorists.
USA Network is developing an English-language version of the hit Telemundo series Queen of the South, based on Arturo Perez-Reverte's best-selling novel. The plot follows a woman forced to go on the run in the U.S. after her drug-dealing boyfriend is murdered in Mexico and teams with an unlikely figure from her past to bring down the leader of the murderous drug trafficking ring.
Hulu gave a straight-to-order series thumbs up to an adaptation of Stephen King's time travel thriller, 11/22/63, which offers up an alternate-reality take on the JFK assassination.