Photos: “Luckiest Girl Alive” New York Premiere

Photos: “Luckiest Girl Alive” New York Premiere

Added new photos of Finn Wittrock attending the premiere of Netflix’s “Luckiest Girl Alive” at Paris Theater on September 29, 2022 in New York City. 

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Photos: “Luckiest Girl Alive” Production Stills

Photos: “Luckiest Girl Alive” Production Stills

Added new production stills of Finn Wittrock in “Luckiest Girl Alive”. Check them out!

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Videos: “Luckiest Girl Alive” Official Trailer!

Videos: “Luckiest Girl Alive” Official Trailer!

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‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ Coming to Netflix in October 2022

‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ Coming to Netflix in October 2022

Coming soon to Netflix is another high-profile thriller, this time starring by Finn Wittrock and produced by Mila Kunis. Luckiest Girl Alive is an adaptation of the best-selling novel of the same name by author Jessica Knoll, and was recently announced to be coming to Netflix in October 2022. Here’s what we know so far about Luckiest Girl Alive on Netflix.

Netflix’s Luckiest Girl Alive is directed by Mike Barker who is known for directing and executive producing on Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and took part in directing the Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman. Barker also worked on such series as Fargo, Outlander, and Broadchurch.

With the release of Netflix’s 2022 film slate, we can now confirm that Luckiest Girl Alive will be coming to Netflix on Friday, October 7th, 2022. Prior to its release on Netflix, Luckiest Girl Alive will be available in select theatres from September 30th, 2022.

‘Green Lantern’ Still Safe Among DC Drama At WB

‘Green Lantern’ Still Safe Among DC Drama At WB

The shockwaves of Batgirl being scrapped after being completed are still being felt, and for a minute there, it felt like there was no DC project that was actively safe from the new management at WB Discovery. Well, at least for now, it seems like the future plans for DC may not be quite as disruptive as initially predicted, at least for some already in-the-works projects.

While rumors swirl that DC Films’ President Walter Hamada almost quit over Batgirl, and will likely leave after Black Adam, some old projects appear to be safe under the new regime, for now.

Those include Black Canary, which is Jurnee Smollett’s solo feature for the character first introduced in Harley Quinn’s Birds of Prey movie, making her technically part of the DCEU tracing its roots back to the original Snyder Man of Steel/Batman V Superman/Justice League trilogy. WB has confirmed that the HBO Max project is still in the works and that has not changed even in this post-Batgirl landscape.

Also still safe, apparently, is the long-gestating Green Lantern project from head of the almost-dead Arrowverse, Greg Berlanti, though it’s unclear what universe it may or may not be a part of when it arrives. Green Lantern recently cast Finn Wittrock and Jeremy Irvine as Guy Gardner and Alan Scott respectively. This has drawn some measure of controversy given that we already did a Hal Jordan Green Lantern with Ryan Reynolds, and this is two more white guy iterations of the character, when John Stewart has yet to be realized, and was only teased in the Arrowverse and cut Snyder Justice League sequences.

Berlanti is “taking the time with the effects-heavy show in order to get it right,” which is probably a good idea, considering Berlanti also co-wrote the not-good Reynolds Green Lantern in 2011, and the effects were part of why that was considered a poor showing (and of course, the script).

Finn Wittrock’s Green Lantern Series to Begin Filming in Late 2022

Finn Wittrock’s Green Lantern Series to Begin Filming in Late 2022

HBO Max’s Green Lantern series is finally set to enter production as it will reportedly begin filming late this year. The series stars Finn Wittrock and Jeremy Irvine.

Green Lantern, DC’s iconic superhero who draws his power from a magical ring, is coming to HBO Max in a new live-action series. Writers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Seth Grahame-Smith will tell the story of several generations of men who take on the mantle, beginning with Alan Scott in 1941, reimagined here as a closeted FBI agent. Vickie Thomas Casting has already brought on Jeremy Irvine (“War Horse”) as Alan; Finn Wittrock (“American Horror Story”) will play Guy Gardner, a 1980s version of the hero. Production on the series is set to start later this year in Los Angeles.

Finn Wittrock To Star In Sony’s Adaptation Of Chuck Klosterman’s ‘Downtown Owl’

Finn Wittrock To Star In Sony’s Adaptation Of Chuck Klosterman’s ‘Downtown Owl’

Sony Pictures has set an all-star cast for its adaptation of Chuck Klosterman’s Downtown Owl with Lily Rabe, Academy Award nominee Ed Harris , Vanessa Hudgens, Finn Wittrock, Jack Dylan Grazer and August Blanco Rosenstein. Rabe will also be directing the pic with long-time collaborator Hamish Linklater, joining her as co-director. Linklater, who most recently starred in Midnight Mass, also adapted the screenplay. T Bone Burnett is doing the music.

The film was part of the Sundance Institute Creative Producing Summit and Talent Forum and will be produced by Bettina Barrow and Rabe of Kill Claudio Productions, Rebecca Green and Linklater. Laura Rister is exec producing as well as Lee Broda. Tom McLeod is co-executive producer. The pic is currently in production in Minnesota.

The story is set somewhere in rural North Dakota in 1983 and is the fictional town called Owl where you won’t find cable or pop culture, but you will find a downtown with a first-rate Chevrolet dealership, three bars and a new high school English teacher whose presence upends the lives of locals just in time for a white-out blizzard for the ages. Sony Pictures’ Stage 6 Films acquired worldwide rights to the film. Barrow and Rister negotiated the deal with Stage 6 Films.

Photos: 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones

Photos: 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones

Added new photos of Finn Wittrock attending the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 27, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Photos: SAINT LAURENT Pre-Oscars Event Hosted By Anthony Vaccarello

Photos: SAINT LAURENT Pre-Oscars Event Hosted By Anthony Vaccarello

Added new photos of Finn Wittrock attending the SAINT LAURENT Pre-Oscars Event Hosted By Anthony Vaccarello on March 25, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.

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Photos: “Deep Water (2022) Screen Captures

Photos: “Deep Water (2022) Screen Captures

Added HQ screen captures of Finn Wittrock as Nick in “Deep Water” (2022).

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