The Six Billion Dollar Man movie needs a new director. Reports indicate Damian Szifron has been fired from the Mark Wahlberg movie, an adaptation of the 1970s TV show The Six Million Dollar Man.
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Last week, DC Comics fans were given a bit of bad news as it was reported that director Doug Liman became yet another filmmaker to walk away from the adaptation of the long-gestating Justice League Dark. Since Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment don’t want to waste any time getting this movie together as part of their growing DC Extended Universe, they’re already on the hunt for a filmmaker to replace him, and there are a few options on the table.
Not long after news of Doug Liman dropping the position of Justice League Dark director, we learned that Stephen King’s It remake director Andy Muschietti was on the studio’s list to possible replace him, and now another surprising candidate has just surfaced as well. Read More »
The price tag has gone up, but so has the level of prestige. The TV show that in the ’70s was The Six Million Dollar Man is becoming The Six Billion-Dollar Man for a new film. And Oscar-nominated writer/director Damian Szifron, who saw his film Wild Tales grabbing a Best Foreign Film Oscar nomination, this year, will script the film for director Peter Berg and star Mark Wahlberg. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 by Angie Han
If the 2015 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar contenders look kind of, well, foreign, that’s probably because only three have opened in the U.S. so far. But they are coming, slowly but surely, and the next to land on our shores is Argentina’s Wild Tales.
Produced by Pedro Almodóvar and directed by Damián Szifrón, Wild Tales unveils six separate tales of revenge. It’s dark, but not necessarily in the way you’d expect — it’s a sharp-edged satire centered around people who’ve simply had it up to here with this messed-up world. Check out the Wild Tales trailer after the jump. Read More »