A glass slipper is the focus of attention once more this November in Disney’s live action Cinderella. Directed by Kenneth Branagh, Lily James (Downton Abbey) plays the title character whose evil stepmother (Cate Blanchett) has it out for her. The girl sneaks to a Ball to meet a prince (Game of Thrones’ Richard Madden) and, well, you know the story. But you’ve never seen it like this.
Below, check out the first Cinderella trailer and teaser poster. It opens March 13, 2015. Read More »
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Gerard Butler recently bailed on getting back into surfing gear for a big remake performance; now the new Point Break remake Bodhi will be Édgar Ramírez. He’ll be the new version of the muscular surfer dude who is also a self-styled Robin Hood-like bank robber. (And in fact, it seems like this version won’t be so focused on surfing, anyway.) The swap happened because, as Gerard Butler’s commitment to the Olympus Has Fallen sequel loomed, he decided not to get in the water for the action re-do.
Now Ramírez will provide the most compelling argument to date for paying attention to the remake, as he’s one of the better guys working right now. Along with his casting, a late summer release has been set for the film in 2015.
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Years ago Billy Ray (Shattered Glass) was hired to direct an English-language remake of The Secret in Their Eyes. The original Argentinian version, by director Juan José Campanella, was a huge success, and won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Picture in 2010. A US remake seemed all but inevitable, but it has taken a long time to move forward. Now, it has hit the Cannes marketplace, with Ray still attached to direct. And now it has Chiwetel Ejiofor set to star. Read More »
Two professional fighters turned Marvel characters are set to remake a Jean Claude Van-Damme classic.
Dave Bautista, the WWE wrestler who stars as Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy, and Georges St. Pierre, the former UFC champion who played Batroc in Captain America 2, have just signed to co-star in a new version of Kickboxer. Stephen Fung will direct and rising martial arts star Alain Moussi will play the lead. Read more about the Kickboxer remake below. Read More »
We’ve figured for years that Warner Bros. would get around to remaking Lethal Weapon sooner or later. There has been no reported movement on the project, but with the title standing as one of the studio’s more recognizable and salable catalog titles, it has to happen. Now there are rumors of movement, and producers are at least not straying from the idea of an Australian in the lead role. Word is that Chris Hemsworth is being sought to star in the reboot, with Justin Lin as the possible director.
Update: At least half of this rumor is already debunked, as Justin Lin says he’s not doing the movie. More below.
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Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four reboot just added a new cast member. Reg E. Cathey, best known for his role as Freddy the rib man on House of Cards and Mayor assistant Norman Wilson on The Wire, has just joined the superhero film as the father of Johnny and Sue Storm, played by Michael B. Jordan and Kate Mara. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 by Angie Han
After putting in her time with the Barden Bellas, Rebel Wilson will be reporting for duty to the the U.S. military. The Aussie actress is attached to star in Private Benjamin, New Line’s remake of the 1980 comedy starring Goldie Hawn. Hit the jump for more details on the new version.
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Apparently Hollywood has milked every single Seventies and Eighties property they can and now they’re on to the Nineties. Lionsgate has just announced they’ll be rebooting the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for the big screen. Read the full press release about the new Power Rangers movie below. Read More »