Posted on Thursday, April 14th, 2016 by Angie Han
Marvel may be dragging their feet on a Black Widow solo movie, but Scarlett Johansson‘s already well on her way to sci-fi action stardom. After kicking ass in Luc Besson’s Lucy, she’s got another big genre film on her hands with Ghost in the Shell, Rupert Sanders‘ live-action adaptation of the iconic Japanese manga. Production on the long-simmering project is finally underway as of this week, and Paramount and DreamWorks have the photo to prove it. Get your Ghost in the Shell first look below. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
For a long time, Scarlett Johansson was the only star attached to DreamWorks’ live-action Ghost in the Shell movie. But with an early 2017 release date already on the books, director Rupert Sanders is slowly starting to fill out the cast around her. The first new addition is a familiar face for Johansson: Pilou Asbæk, the Danish actor who starred with her in Lucy. Get character details and more after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, January 5th, 2015 by Angie Han
Scarlett Johansson is following up Her and Lucy with another high-tech role. She’s set to star in Ghost in the Shell, Rupert Sanders‘ adaptation of the classic manga by Masamune Shirow. Get the details on the Ghost in the Shell Scarlett Johansson casting after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Friday, October 17th, 2014 by Angie Han
With Margot Robbie looking to get into the superhero game with Suicide Squad, Rupert Sanders‘ Ghost in the Shell is down a lead actress. So now another superheroine might take Robbie’s place.
Scarlett Johansson has reportedly been offered the lead role in the 3D live-action, English-language manga adaptation. Hit the jump for more on the potential Scarlett Johansson Ghost in the Shell casting.
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Anime classic Ghost in the Shell is being developed as a live-action English-language film, with Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) directing. Now Margot Robbie, who rocketed to the top of casting lists thanks to her work in The Wolf of Wall Street (above), is in early talks to star. Read More »
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The small screen regularly attracts many big screen filmmakers to film 30 and 60 second television commercials, but the Super Bowl is the premiere for many of these new spots. So beyond the commercials for big screen movies and television shows, which of the commercials shown during the big game were directed by movie directors? Find out after the jump.
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Ghost in the Shell is one of the most popular anime properties of all time, and a live-action Hollywood adaptation has been in the works for years. There hadn’t been a major update in about five years, however. There’s been nothing, in fact, until right now. Rupert Sanders, who directed Snow White and the Huntsman, is now attached to do the film for DreamWorks based on a new script be William Wheeler. There’s no timeline on the film, but it will be released in 3D. Read More »
Briefly: Napoleon is a name that carries serious weight in the film world, not only because of the French leader’s status as a notable general and 11 years as Emperor of the French. His film cachet comes from the Abel Gance film of 1927, which innovated many filmmaking effects and even used a three-projection system to create a widescreen triptych for the film’s final reel. Additionally, Stanley Kubrick spent years working on a Napoleon biography that never came to fruition.
But Napoleon Bonaparte is too significant a figure to stay dormant in Hollywood forever, and now Warner Bros. is working on a new biopic about the leader, produced by Gianni Nunari (300) and scripted by Jeremy Doner (AMC’s The Killing). Rupert Sanders, who moved from commercials to the director’s chair of Snow White and the Huntsman, then to tabloid pages for his dalliance with Snow White star Kristen Stewart, has been set to direct.
THR says the film will take “a Scarface-like look” at Napoleon Bonaparte. That suggests that the real-life events that led out of the French Revolution and into Napoelon’s rule and program of European conquest will be told as the dramatic ascent of one man of steely will and scant inhibitions, with (naturally) the application of excessive force.
Posted on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 by Angie Han
As Breaking Bad enters its home stretch, writer/producer George Mastras has found a new place to get his drug drama fix. The Emmy-nominated scribe will adapt the Dean Unkefer memoir 90 Church: The True Story of the Narcotics Squad from Hell, which Universal acquired last year for Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) to direct.
Whereas Breaking Bad focuses mainly on the guy cooking and selling the drugs, though, 90 Church will center on the ruthless agents trying to catch that guy. Hit the jump for more details on the project.
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