Amy Adams’ thriller “The Woman in the Window” from Netflix Disney is in preliminary discussions, sources confirmed. Different.
Disney originally scheduled the movie for October 4, 2019, then delayed the movie to May 15, 2020, before taking the release schedule in the COVID-19 epidemic. Disney acquired the movie in March 2019 as part of a 20th Century Fox Film Studio purchase.
Directed from Joe Wright screenplay adapted by Tracky Lets. A.J. Finn’s novel “Women in the Window” follows a psychologist who witnesses crime while spying for his new neighbors in New York City.
Gary Oldman in the role of family parents. Let’s play the character of Adams as a physician and Brian Tyree as Henry in a detective character. Actors include Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie and Jennifer Jason Leigh. “Women in the Window” was produced by Scott Rudin and Eli Bush.
Elizabeth Gabbler’s Fox 2000 production company “Window Window” was one of the last projects that Disney Fox shut down after acquiring entertainment assets. Fox 2000 Literary Rentals such as “The Devil Wars Prada,” “Life of Pi,” “The Falls of Stars” and “Love, Simon.”
Netflix has purchased a bunch of studio films for release through its Streamo service, including four from Paramount: “SpongeBob: Spongebob on the Run”; Comil Nanjiani and Isa Roy’s romantic comedy “Lovebirds”; Aaron Sarkin’s “Judgment of Chicago”; And Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-nominated “The Irishman.” The news about “Window to Window” was first reported by Deadline.