Dark Universe helmer Doug Liman says he's working to make the supernatural DC movie unlike any we've seen before.
The proposed series is a part of YouTube Red's push for more big name talent.
The "Bourne Identity" and "Edge of Tomorrow" helmer is set to direct the DC Comics-based "Justice League Dark" for Warner Bros.
The filmmaker is in talks to helm the Lionsgate adaptation, renewing questions about this involvement with Fox's "Gambit."
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With producer Reid Carolin doing rewrites on "Gambit," director Doug Liman is now in negotiations to direct Amazon's debut feature film.
Channing Tatum won't play a mutant this year but Fox promises Marvel movies for Oct. '17 & Jan. '18. Is one of those "Deadpool 2"?
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The "Edge of Tomorrow" director is reportedly in final talks to board the "X-Men" spinoff following the departure of Rupert Wyatt.
Jason Fuchs, writer of Warner Bros. "Wonder Woman" film, has signed on to pen Doug Liman's space-heist movie starring Tom Cruise.
Black and Cornish would join "Bourne Identity's" Doug Liman as contenders for the role of director on Fox's "X-Men" spinoff film "Gambit."
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Tom Cruise will help develop, and possibly star in, the long-planned sci-fi action film from the "Edge of Tomorrow" director.
Frank John Hughes will write the latest draft of Doug Liman and Tom Hardy's "Splinter Cell," based on the hit video game franchise.
The "Breaking Bad" and "X-Men: First Class" actors are among the names added to the cast of director Doug Liman's suspense-comedy.