Posted on Friday, August 23rd, 2013 by Angie Han
Today’s sequel-related updates are mostly about casting. After the jump:
- Ziyi Zhang is in talks for the Crouching Tiger sequel
- Kurt Russell’s son Wyatt Russell joins 22 Jump Street
- Martin Starr and others board Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead
- Relativity pushes on with a SWAT-themed Act of Valor 2
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Posted on Thursday, May 16th, 2013 by Angie Han
What is the gorgeous fantasy world of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon without Ang Lee’s magic touch? For better or for worse, we’ll find out next year.
The Weinstein Company has announced plans for Crouching Tigher Hidden Dragon II – The Green Destiny, with the original’s choreographer Yuen Wo Ping at the helm. Also returning is Michelle Yeoh, who’ll reprise her role as Yu Shu Lien. She’s joined by Donnie Yen in the role of Silent Wolf. More details after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, January 24th, 2013 by Angie Han
A dozen years after the release of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, The Weinstein Co. is getting ready to make a sequel. Though it’s been a while since we heard about any potential follow-up to Ang Lee‘s international hit, it looks like the Weinsteins have quietly been making preparations behind the scenes. Production is on track to begin in May, with a script by John Fusco (The Forbidden Kingdom). Ronny Yu (Fearless) is in talks to direct. More details after the jump.
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Has Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark taught us nothing? Sure, the show making money (for now) but one would think all of the negative reactions would make producers wary of adapting popular properties that need extensive wire work for the stage. Not Bob and Harvey Weinstein. The New York Observer reports the pair are actively developing musicals based upon Finding Neverland, Chocolat, Cinema Paradiso and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The furthest along is Finding Neverland, which already has music written by Grey Gardens team Scott Frankel and Michael Korie and investors lining up. The 2004 film was directed by Marc Forster and starred Johnny Depp as J.M. Barrie, the man who created Peter Pan. Read more after the break. Read More »