The series adaptation of "The Devil in the White City" is no longer moving forward at Hulu, Variety has learned. The series had originally been ordered to series at the streamer in August 2022 after originally being put into development there in 2019. At the time it was ordered, Keanu Reeves was attached to star in one of the lead roles with Todd Field onboard to direct. However, Variety exclusively reported that Field had dropped out of the show in...
Appian Way Productions
DiCaprio’s prodco has helped produce many of his collaborations with director Martin Scorsese, from 2004’s “The Aviator” to 2022’s highly anticipated “Killers of the Flower Moon,” co-starring Robert De Niro and Jesse Plemons. But the company is arguably more notable for its increasingly prolific output of fact-based dramas (“Richard Jewell,” “The Right Stuff”) and documentaries (“Grant,” “Whose Vote Counts, Explained,” “Stay Wild,” “The King of Cool,” “The Titans That Build America” and Oscar-nominated “Virunga”). DiCaprio exec produced the Apple TV+ sci-fi thriller series “Shining Girls,” starring Elisabeth Moss, and the reenactment-heavy A&E doc “Theodore Roosevelt.” His development slate includes an Apple TV+ take on David Grann’s nonfiction book “The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder,” which Scorsese is attached to direct.