|65 (Sony) Adam Driver Chloe Coleman Movie News|
Adam Driver-starring 65 expands with My Spy’s Chloe ColemanPlot details may be scarce for the project, but the Adam Driver-led sci-fi thriller 65 appears to be be building an ensemble roster of up-and-coming stars as My Spy star Chloe Coleman has joined recently cast Ariana Greenblatt (Love and Monsters), according to Deadline.RELATED: Adam Driver-Led 65 Adds Love and Monsters’ Ariana Greenblatt 65 will be written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the scribes behind A Quiet Place and duo behind Haunt, who will also produce the film through Beck/Woods banner. Further details about the film’s plot and characters are still being kept under wraps. This will also mark the directing duo’s latest collaboration with Sam Raimi after working together on one episode of Quibi’s 50 States of Fright, with the Evil Dead creator and Tobey Maguire Spider-Man trilogy helmer attached to produce the project alongside Zainab Azizi and Debbie Liebling via their Raimi Productions banner.Adam Driver gained worldwide recognition for performance as Kylo Ren in the Star Wars sequel trilogy. After receiving commercial success for Star Wars, he then earned critical acclaimed for his performances in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, and Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story which both gave him two Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actor and Best Actor respectively. He will next be seen in Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel starring alongside Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.RELATED: CS Interview: Beck & Woods on Haunt Collector’s Edition, Quibi & 65! Greenblatt first rose to stardom with her small role as Young Gamora in Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War and Disney Channel’s Stuck in the Middle before branching out with supporting roles in the well-received adaptation of The One and Only Ivan and the acclaimed Dylan O’Brien led apocalyptic rom-com Love and Monsters and will soon be seen in Netflix’s Awake alongside Gina Rodriguez (Carmen Sandiego), The Boss Baby: Family Business and Warner Bros.’ In the Heights.(Photo Credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)
The Most Profitable Film of All Time Is Paranormal Activity. Thanks to its microscopic budget and major success at the box office, the 2007 film Paranormal Activity, scored a return on investment of 19,758 percent, absolutely blowing away the next most profitable film (2015 horror film The Gallows, with an ROI of 6,843 percent). It cost just $60,000 to make and another $400,000 or so to market, yet ultimately brought in more than $89 million.