Posted on Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by Angie Han
Whenever I picture the story of David and Goliath (which is not often), the characters look in my mind’s eye like old-timey illustrations out of a children’s Bible or a classic painting. Although I love a good round of fantasy casting as much as the next movie geek, it’s just never occurred to me to consider which modern-day actors might fit the parts.
As the director of Relativity’s Goliath, however, Scott Derrickson has been tasked with doing just that. And the names he’s come up with so far are, apparently, Dwayne Johnson for Goliath and Twilight star Taylor Lautner for David. Hmm. Read more after the jump.
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We all know how this one ends. Puny David slays the giant Goliath with only a slingshot. It’s the journey towards that epic showdown, however, which makes up the plot of the new film Goliath. A period action film “with contemporary sensibilities,” the Biblical tale is set to be directed by Scott Derrickson who did The Exorcism of Emily Rose and The Day The Earth Stood Still remake. Before it goes into production, though, the original script, written by John D. Payne and Patrick McKay, is apparently going to be overhauled to make it more like 300 or The Bourne Identity. Read more about this project after the break. Read More »
Here is the first batch of movie posters for films premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Check them out after the jump. Enjoy.
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The line-up for the 2008 Sundance Film Festival was announced earlier this week. I just got my hands on a boat load of photos from the films in this year’s festival. We actually have too many photos to feature in just one posting, so we have divided this feature into a few parts.
Our third segment in the series takes a look at the films in the Spectrum category. The list of films includes: Anvil! The True Story Of Anvil, The Black List, Kicking It, The Linguists, Made In America, Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden?, Young@Heart, August, Baghead, Birds of America, Blind Date, Bottle Shock, Chronic Town, Goliath, A Good Day To Be Black & Sexy, Love Comes Lately, Momma’s Man, Quid Pro Quo, and Red.
Also be sure to check out our Sundance 2008 Photo Previews for the Premieres and U.S. Dramatic Competition.
Check out the photos after the jump. Click on the images to enlarge.
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