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Screen Gems Eyes The Raid Remake

September 20, 2011

raid poster Screen Gems Eyes The Raid RemakeFollowing a successful debut at the Toronto Film Festival earlier this month, Gareth Evans’ The Raid is likely for an American remake. The Hollywood Reporter has word that Screen Gems is interested in developing an English-language version of the Indonesian action film.

Though Evans is expected to make an American film his next project, he reportedly turned down the offer to remake


Kevin Costner (220 x 330) Casting: Costner Drops Django Unchained, Denzel Washington Eyes Remake, Will Forte Joins the Neighborhood WatchIt’s Friday, so that can only mean one thing: it’s time for your last casting report of the week.


— Not long ago, we reported that Kevin Costner was set to play a villain in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Django Unchained. We were excited about the idea of seeing the normally squeaky clean and heroic Costner play another villain (he… Continue reading Casting: Costner Drops 'Django Unchained', Denzel Washington Eyes Remake, Will Forte Joins the 'Neighborhood Watch'

Review in a Hurry: Sadly, big-name vampires and superheroes like Alexander Skarsgård, James Marsden and Kate Bosworth can’t save this absolutely unnecessary remake from feeling like a forgettable Lifetime movie. A really bloody, vile Lifetime movie.… Continue reading Movie Review: Straw Dogs Remake Bloody and Blunt and So Not Necessary

September 12, 2011

13 game of death 13: Game of Death Planned For American RemakeIM Global has announced plans to remake the Thai thriller 13: Game of Death (also known as 13 Beloved), Deadline reports. Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism) has signed on to direct the English-language version, which will be known as just 13.

Released in 2006, the original film was based on a short comic book story entitled “13th Quiz Show”. The plot revolves

Beauty and the Beast could be returning to TV. ABC is developing a new version of the classic fairy tale romance from Human Target and Jericho writer-producer Jonathan E. Steinberg. The one-hour fantasy drama is described as an “epic re-imagining” of the tale.

Beauty and the Beast joins a host of name-brand projects in the running for broadcast’s next pilot season, including a Frankenstein, Romancing the Stone and Munsters