James Cameron has been attached to produce a 3D remake of Fantastic Voyage for a while now but, recently, there haven’t been many updates on the project. Until now. Word is that Laeta Kalogridis, who got an Executive Producer credit for doing some rewrites on Avatar and wrote the screenplay for Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island, has been called in to rewrite the script. Paul Greengrass was originally going to direct, but left the project a few months ago. Even without a director attached, though, this move shows that 20th Century Fox and Cameron still feel remaking the 1966 film about a submarine that’s shrunk down and set loose in a man’s body, is going to happen. Hit the jump for more. Read More »

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Last year we posted an awesome fan-made movie trailer for a big screen Green Lantern film, edited together by Jaron Pitts using clips from a bunch of different movies, using composited computer generated imagery. If you haven’t seen it before, click the link and watch it now. Scott Glassgold, co-chief of IAM Entertainment, saw the Green Lantern trailer shortly after acquiring remake rights to Technotise – Edit i ja, a Serbian anime movie based on a graphic novel of the same name. He commissioned Jaron to edit together a trailer to “raise awareness for the property and bring to life our vision for a live-action remake.”

The trailer was released online in January and apparently caught the eye of Avatar executive producer Laeta Kalogridis, who has been shopping the adaptation around Hollywood. Tonight it was revealed that Legendary Pictures ended up winning the bid to develop the big screen adaptation.

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Technotise

Last year we posted an awesome fan-made movie trailer for a big screen Green Lantern film, edited together by Jaron Pitts using clips from a bunch of different movies, using composited computer generated imagery. If you haven’t seen it before, click the link and watch it now.

Scott Glassgold, co-chief of IAM Entertainment, saw the Green Lantern trailer shortly after acquiring remake rights to Technotise – Edit i ja, a Serbian anime movie based on a graphic novel of the same name. He commissioned Jaron to edit together a trailer to “raise awareness for the property and bring to life our vision for a live-action remake.”

The trailer was released online in January and apparently caught the eye of Avatar executive producer Laeta Kalogridis.

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Last year, Dreamworks bought the rights to Masamune Shirow‘s original manga Ghost in the Shell and tapped Jamie Moss to write a new feature film based on the story. Now a new writer has been assigned: Laeta Kalogridis, the scribe and executive producer of Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island. Read More »