Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2014 by Angie Han
London Has Fallen may have found a new director. According to a new report Babak Najafi, best known for Easy Money II: Hard to Kill (a.k.a. Snabba Cash II), has entered talks to take over at the helm following Fredrik Bond‘s last-minute departure.
Gerard Butler returns to star in the Olympus Has Fallen sequel along with Aaron Eckhart. Learn all about the new London Has Fallen director after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, September 19th, 2014 by Angie Han
Well, that didn’t last long. Just one month after London Has Fallen picked up director Fredrik Bond, it’s gone and lost him. Now the Olympus Has Fallen sequel is scrambling to find a new helmer, with the planned start of shooting just six weeks away.
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Gerard Butler recently bailed on the Point Break remake in part so he could concentrate on the Olympus Has Fallen sequel. Now that film has a director, as Fredrik Bond (Charlie Countryman) will call the shots on London Has Fallen. Read More »
The new Point Break needs a new Bodhi. Gerard Butler was going to take on the role originated by Patrick Swayze, but Butler has pulled out of the remake. Alcon Entertainment still plans to shoot the movie this fall, with Ericson Core directing from a script by Kurt Wimmer. They’ll find a new actor to play the soulful surfer bro and professional criminal, because Point Break must be remade, and it must be remade now. (Because after Transcendence, Alcon needs the money.) Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 by Angie Han
Olympus Has Fallen did so well in America last year that its sequel is going across the pond next year. Focus Features has acquired U.S. rights to London Has Fallen and set it for a fall 2015 release date. The action-packed follow-up brings back Gerard Butler as hyper-competent Secret Service head Mike Banning. Hit the jump for new plot details and more.
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Posted on Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 by Angie Han
It took the Die Hard franchise five installments to send its hero overseas, but Olympus Has Fallen, a.k.a. “Die Hard in the White House,” will get there considerably faster. According to a new report, Nu Image and Millennium Films are reuniting the entire principal cast of the first movie — including Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, and Morgan Freeman — for London Has Fallen, set in, you guessed it, London. Hit the jump for more plot details.
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