He’s busy working on remaking the musical classic “Annie,” but Will Smith already has yet another reboot in his sights: “The Wild Bunch.”
Smith is currently in negotiations to star in and produce a revamped version of the 1969 classic western about a gang of aging outlaws set to pull off one final heist on the Mexican-American border in 1913. The reboot would be set in modern times, and focus on… Continue reading 'Wild Bunch' Remake: Will Smith Eyes Modern-Day Reboot
The first “Ninja Turtle” has been found.
The upcoming live-action/CGI movie version of the beloved animated TV series has cast “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” actor Alan Ritchson as the red-masked Raphael, according to Deadline.
“Ninja Turtles,” produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman, will use motion capture technology (like the kind used in “Avatar”) instead of costumes like the previous three live-action adaptations.
While the other three Ninja Turtles — leader… Continue reading 'Catching Fire' Star Alan Ritchson to Play Raphael in 'Ninja Turtles' Reboot
Oh, so you say the rumors that Justin Timberlake has been tapped to play Daddy Warbucks aren’t true, Sony? That’s OK, there are plenty of other musicians-turned-actors who would be perfect for the role.
In case you haven’t heard, yes, rumors are flying that Mr. Suit and Tie may star opposite Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”) as the iconic super-rich, musically-inclined adoptive father in the remake of… Continue reading Moviefone 5: Musicians/Actors Who Could Play Daddy Warbucks in the 'Annie' Reboot
Escape from New York
The year is 1997. Manhattan Island is now a heavily guarded maximum-security prison, where the scum of the earth have converg… Read More
Break out your eye patches — “Escape from New York” is getting a remake.
Deadline reports that producer Joel Silver’s Silver Pictures has teamed up with Studio Canal to start a new franchise based on John Carpenter’s 1981 film, which… Continue reading 'Escape From New York' Reboot: Snake Plissken (and His Eye Patch) Are Returning to the Big Screen
The paradoxical quote, which closes the classic “Casablanca” now takes on new meaning. The 1942 film may be beginning again — there is a potential sequel in the works.
Warner Bros. was approached with a treatment, written over 30 years ago by Howard Koch — an original writer of the film — for a follow-up to the Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman-led “Casablanca,” according to the New York Post.
The story goes that… Continue reading 'Casablanca' Sequel: Potential Reboot Of Classic Romance In The Works