The Wrap reports that director Jon M. Chu is in negotiations to helm IN THE HEIGHTS, based on the Tony Award-winning musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Screenwriter Quiara Alegria Hudes wrote the screenplay from an earlier draft by Marc Klein. Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda recently predicted wouldn’t get a Hamilton movie “for, like, 20 years,” but his other signature work is coming to screens a lot sooner. Earlier this month we heard The Weinstein Co. had scooped up the movie rights to In the Heights, Miranda’s Tony-winning musical. Show More Summary
Now you see him 2, soon you'll see him everywhere. Jon M. Chu, who recently directed Now You See Me 2, is in talks to direct the film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical In the Heights. Chu previously directed Step Up 2 and Step Up 3D as well as Jem and the Holograms. He has a ... More »
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Director Jon M. Chu talks his "sausage fest" Now You See Me 2, Daniel Radcliffe's real-life magical abilities, and Hollywood's mixed messages about diversity.
Delivering spectacle, silliness and star power, director Jon M. Chu's madcap sequel is more about style and swagger than plot.
See what's up their sleeves! Read the full article on AICN Annette Kellerman here, I recently had an opportunity to sit down and chat with director Jon M. Chu about his film NOW YOU SEE ME 2, the sequel to the hugely successful 2013 original. Show More Summary
As his latest film Now You See Me 2 prepares for a summer release, director Jon M. Chu has lined up his next magic trick: he’s going to conjure up an adaptation of Kevin Kwan‘s 2013 novel Crazy Rich Asians. The project sounds miles away from...Show More Summary
It's been a dark time for Asian-Americans lately with a number of high-profile roles that could have — and many would argue, should have — gone to actors of Asian descent going to white actors. But here's something to get excited for: THR reports Jon M. Chu, the director of ... More »
According to Variety, Jon M. Chu (STEP UP, G.I. JOE RETALIATION) is returning to the director’s chair for Lionsgate’s NOW YOU SEE ME 3. The site also reports that Lionsgate struck a deal with Chu nearly two months before it releases his NOW YOU SEE 2 on June 10. Show More Summary
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According to Variety, Jon M. Chu, director of the forthcoming Now You See Me 2, has already signed on to direct Now You See Me 3, yet another story about magicians who demand to be taken seriously. Although the first Now You See Me film,...Show More Summary
Even though Now You See Me 2 isn’t hitting theaters until this summer, that’s not stopping Lionsgate from getting another sequel in the magician heist franchise ready to go. Lionsgate has set the first sequel’s director, Jon M. Chu, to return to direct Now You See Me 3. Show More Summary
Ahead of the June 10 premiere of "Now You See Me 2," Lionsgate has reportedly signed director Jon M. Chu to helm its sequel.
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Director Jon M. Chu opened up about the hate mail, death threats and racism he's received in light of his "Jem and the Holograms" movie.
The Hasbro Cinematic Universe? There have been dumber ideas in Hollywood. GI Joe: Retaliation (a.k.a. the good one) and Jem director Jon M. Chu wants to make it happen with one big crossover flick, according to a recent interview. Read more...
Director Jon M. Chu teased plans for a Hasbro shared universe that could bring the 'Transformers', 'G.I. Joe' and 'Jem' franchises together.
It's a compliment to director Jon M. Chu that I walked out of the "Jem and the Holograms" movie wanting to dot my review with a few pink heart emojis, because I walked into the theater with a giant chip on my shoulder. The movie is based on a surprisingly subversive animated TV show writer Christy...