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John Woo/Michelle Yeoh Martial Arts Flick to Play in US

Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 05:53   

The John Woo-produced martial arts flick Reign of Assassins will get a U.S. release thanks to The Weinstein Company. The story is about an assassin (Michelle Yeoh) who falls for the son of a man killed by her gang.

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Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 05:45   

Warner Brothers had hoped Clash of the Titans could become a franchise, making sure Sam Worthington signed onto an option where he'd return if there were multiple pictures. The nearly $500 million worldwide take at the box office is more than enough to convince Warners to go forward with Clash of the Titans 2. Director Louis Leterrier will not be returning. Two writers have been hired to write the screenplay: David Leslie Johnson (Orphan) and Dan Mazeau (The Flash; Jonny Quest). Producer Basil Iwanyk will resume producing duties.

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Sam Raimi May be the Wizard of OZ Prequel

Written by Tara the Mom    Monday, 14 June 2010 00:00   

ANOTHER UPDATE: Deadline.com is reporting that Raimi has agreed to direct Oz, The Great and Powerful. However, Robert Downey Jr. is NOT set in stone.


UPDATE: Word is that Sam Raimi (pictured left with his Spider-Man star Tobey Maguire) was officially offered the directing gig for Disney's Oz, The Great and Powerful and that Robert Downey, Jr. is set to play the wizard.

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April 21, 2010: Rumors and false reports are swirling Disney's Wizard of Oz prequel, Oz The Great and Powerful.

Just like a Kansas tornado, the swirling funnel of who might star in it include Robert Downey Jr. (which his publicist says his CAA agents deny) and Johnny Depp and the short list of who might helm include Oscar types Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) and Sam Mendes (American Beauty). What seems evident is that with the next James Bond movie on the fritz indefinitely while MGM figures out its money woes, Bond 23 director Sam Mendes is now available and is said to be the frontrunner for the helming gig on Oz. What is definitely grounded information is that Joe Roth is producing the picture.

The story will follow the Wizard, a carnie conman from Kansas, who goes through a journey similar to Dorothy's eventually landing in that spot behind the curtain. Warner Brothers has two other "Wizard of Oz" projects in development.

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80's Nostalgia Weekend

Written by Cole the Kid Critic    Friday, 11 June 2010 14:13   
The 80's have come to take over  the weekend. We see a big screen adaption of the A-Team and the remake of The Karate Kid with Will Smith's kid, Jaden.

Capt Barbossa to Return for PIRATES 4

Written by Tara the Mom    Friday, 11 June 2010 06:18   

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is appropriately titled since, other than Johnny Depp, the cast we've grown to know and love in the first three installments are not returning for the fourth adventure. However, news is now that Geoffrey Rush and his Captain Barbossa will also be joining Captain Jack Sparrow as well as the already cast Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane and Stephen Graham. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on May 20, 2011.

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