The long in development broadway musical adaptation Wicked could begin filming later this year according to songwriter.Anthony Lund
Turns out there is a very silly reason why Now You See Me sequel was not called Now You Don't.Neeraj Chand
Jon M. Chu will reportedly direct Universal's long-gestating movie adaptation of the hit Broadway show Wicked.Jeremy Dick
Jon M. Chu has announced he will no longer direct the Willow series on Disney+.Jeremy Dick
The live-action adaptation of Disney's beloved Lilo & Stitch is on the way from producers Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich.Kevin Burwick
Director Jon M. Chu has called out a scammer trying to make money off casting sessions for Crazy Rich Asians 2 and a possible third sequel.Neeraj Chand
Jon M. Chu is not casting the Crazy Rich Asians sequels, there has been no development, no scouting and there's not even a script for a sequel to the hit movie.Justin Case
Director Jon M. Chu has penned a thorough response to writer Adele Lim departing the Crazy Rich Asians sequels.Ryan Scott
Jon M. Chu and Nattawut Baz Poonpiriya team to bring the dramatic story of the 2018 Thai soccer team rescue to audiences around the world.B. Alan Orange
Director Jon M. Chu will return for Crazy Rich Asians 2, adapting author Kevin Kwan's book China Rich Girlfriend.Ryan Scott
Jon M. Chu and producing partner Hieu Ho have sold their 1990s high school dance comedy Can't Touch This to Focus Features.
Now You See Me director Louis Leterrier is not directing the sequel, though Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco and Isla Fisher are expected to return.
The Lone Ranger writer Terry Rossio will re-work the script. Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch are producing for Universal Pictures.
The news comes just weeks after the filmmaker was confirmed to direct G.I. Joe 3, which may cause a scheduling conflict for the director.
The filmmaker describes the project as beautiful and grounded, even though he doesn't know when that will start shooting, as he believes G.I. Joe 3 may come first.
The G.I. Joe: Retaliation director returns, with Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures teaming up to finance the sequel.
This adaptation of the popular Ally Condie novel is set in a world where the government tells people how to live.
The filmmaker was drawn to the 'grounded and layered' characters in the screenplay for this upcoming adventure.
The G.I. Joe: Retaliation director is in talks to take over this live-action project based on the Mattel toy line.
Director Jon M. Chu tweeted out this one-sheet featuring D.J. Cotrona's character in the upcoming action sequel.