Four women arrive at a secluded empty hotel in the woods to celebrate an anniversary, but when ghostly encounters and unexplainable horrors raise paranoia, not all of the women make it out alive.
In a quasi-nihilistic, surreal, isolated town in a tropical climate, people confront their existence and purpose through love and burlesque dancing. Adapted from the Tennessee Williams play. Directed by Ethan Hawke and starring Juliette Binoche.
An English-language remake of The Cakemaker (2017), directed by Charles Shyer.
The intriguing life of Nikola Tesla, as a young man in NYC. Starring Ethan Hawke.
The biography of Marc Rich: controversial billionaire, a commodities trader, and Glencore founder. With Universal. Starring Matt Damon and John Krasinski.
When hero cop Brian Remy wakes up to find he’s shot himself in the head, we are taken on a harrowing tour of a city and a country shuddering through the aftershocks of a devastating terrorist attack. Whether that trail will lead Remy to an elusive terror cell — or send him circling back to himself — is only one of the questions posed by this provocative yet deeply human story. Adaptation by Matt Rager.
A lovelorn romance novelist thinks he may be on the verge of finding love when he responds to an apparent email phishing scam, and he believes the woman on the other end to be genuine. Written by Ted Melfi.
Sam is a man who lost his wife to a brutal rape murder and later had his son kidnapped. In hopes to save children, and possibly find his son, he spends ten years fighting child trafficking. All is thrown off when one of his team members, Claire, gets involved in a kidnapping in Egypt and needs to escape via foot through the Sinai desert with her 9 y/o son. Adaptation by Matt Rager.
A lonely hacker uses a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) to infiltrate and broadcast the lives of strangers for profit on the Dark Web, but when he falls in love with one of the young women he’s been watching, his digital and physical realities collide.
At once hilarious and horrifying, Don DeLillo’s White Noise dramatizes a contemporary American family’s attempt to deal with the mundane conflicts of day-to-day life while grappling with the larger philosophical issues of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world.
On her deathbed, a former actress leaves her two daughters — once best friends but now estranged — a series of challenges delineated from A-Z, each a different mission pertaining to her life and legacy in order to reunite them.