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Entertainment News
'To All the Boys' director to helm Disney+ project
 
Los Angeles: Director Susan Johnson of "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" fame is heading to Disney+ for an untitled fantasy feature project.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Johnson will helm the fairy tale which will be penned by Black List writer Cat Vasko.

Plot details are unknown, but Olivia Cooke ("Ready Player One") and LaKeith Stanfield ("Atlanta") are in early talks to feature.

Mad Chance executives Andrew Lazar and Ben Simpson are attached to produce.

The streaming service is slated to be launched on November 12 in the US.


Want to be an Indian superhero in Avengers: Taapsee Pannu
Have been able to achieve balance between commercial and parallel cinema: Sonakshi
Mahershala Ali to star in Marvel's 'Blade' reboot
Lata Mangeshkar asks MS Dhoni to not retire
Omar Abdullah, Shah-Faesal support Zaira's decision to quit acting, wish her luck
Daisy Ridley will never return to social media
'Bond 25' reveals first look from Jamaica sets
George RR Martin lobbies for 'Chernobyl' at Emmys
Thank you for keeping me in your hearts: Shah Rukh on clocking 27 years in Bollywood
'Kesari' to release in Japan on August 16
Madame Tussauds unveils Priyanka Chopra figure in UK
Saif's 'Jawaani Jaaneman' goes on floors
It's been a tough journey: Arjun Kapoor opens up about battle with obesity
Esha Deol, Bharat Takhtani welcome second child together
My kids know about my dancing skills more from their friends: Madhuri Dixit
Jason Momoa remembers broke days while shooting for 'Game of Thrones'
Becoming a sex symbol at young age haunted me: Lisa Ray
Cate Blanchett, Yvonne Strahovski to star in 'Stateless'
I am not going to get into politics: George Clooney
India moots tax breaks, refunds for foreign film units
KERALA NEWS
Ramya Haridas to not accept Youth Congress' car gift
 Thiruvananthapuram: Congress MP from Alathur Ramya Haridas Sunday said she will not accept the car w  
HC pulls up Kerala govt over Munnar encroachments
Student Stabbed at University College: SFI leaders have gone absconding
Ker CM takes a dig at Congress MLAs on quitting spree
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
China says Hong Kong protests 'absolutely intolerable'
 Beijing, Jul 22 (AFP) China reacted furiously on Monday to anti-government protesters vandalising th
Britain's May chairs emergency session on seized tanker
UK finance minister says will quit if Johnson becomes PM
Netanyahu to visit India on Sep 9 to meet PM Modi
NATIONAL NEWS
SC to hear on Aug 6 plea by Ahmed Patel against Guj HC order on his election to RS
 New Delhi, Jul 22 (PTI) The Supreme Court Monday fixed August 6 for hearing the plea of senior Congr
Nadda pulls up Pragya Singh Thakur for her toilet remarks
Chandrayaan-2 illustrates India's determination to scale new frontiers of science: PM
Pragya's latest: Have not become MP to clean toilets
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