Filmmakers seem to have countless motivations for taking a trip back to the cinematic well. Whether it’s for the sake of revitalizing a classic movie with a more contemporary cast (such as George Clooney and company stepping in for the Rat Pack in Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven), reverently reminding moviegoers of a cinematic milestone (De Laurentiis’ and Jackson’s respective updates of King Kong) or bringing an influential foreign film into the… Continue reading Infographic: Original vs. Remake -- Which Does Better at the Box Office?
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Road House is a movie with a level of cult popularity that I’ll never understand. And now, as we reported this morning, MGM and director Rob Cohen want to remake it. Whether they’re into the original’s cheesy charm or not, it’s likely that they’ll aim for a more mainstream appeal rather than another version that will go down in history as an ironically enjoyed, so bad… Continue reading Who Should Star in the 'Road House' Remake?
OLDBOY Official Trailer (2013) Spike Lee Remake – Red Band
“Oldboy” trailer 2013 Spike Lee remake ☆ ONE OF THE BEST ever Korean movies gets a hollywood remake from Spike Lee. This is an event-level film – go grab the…
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Update: And now we have the first trailer for the film, embedded below. It doesn’t look that bad, but, again, why is it called Fright Night 2?
Believe it or not, some people actually really liked the 2011 remake of Fright Night. I know because I was one of them. Marti Noxon’s script contained smart gender dynamic (more so than you can typically find in a teen… Continue reading Updated With Trailer: 'Fright Night 2' is More Like an Abandoned Remake Than a Sequel
The South Korean cult classic “Oldboy” has gotten a remake, but the American version looks to be just as violent, dark, and twisted as the original.
If the following red band trailer is any indication, Spike Lee’s take on “Oldboy” remains very faithful to Park Chan-wook’s 2003 film. Josh Brolin plays the man who is mysteriously held captive for 20 years, then just as mysteriously released. Once he’s… Continue reading 'Oldboy' Trailer: Josh Brolin Seeks Revenge in Bloody Spike Lee Remake