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New Trailer For The Last Witch Hunter Vin Diesel's war on Witch massDo you know what it’s like to live forever? You may not, but Vin Diesel certainly does. At least in The Last Witch Hunter, which has just released its full trailer.The movie, directed by Breck Eisner, finds Diesel as an immortal warrior who ends up in present-day New York having to face down a powerful witch queen intent on unleashing a terrible plague that could wipe out the human race.His chief ally in the fight, however, is a female witch (Game Of Thrones’ Rose Leslie), who teams up with him to help take down the rising evil.

First Look: Vin Diesel Broods 13th Century-Style in ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Vin Diesel is taking a break from stealing cars and guarding the galaxy to step back in time. Our first look at Breck Eisner‘s The Last Witch Hunter reveals a 13th-century version of Diesel’s immortal title character. Check out the first The Last Witch Hunter image after the jump. (Note: the header pic is from Riddick, not The Last Witch Hunter). The first Last Witch Hunter image comes from (where else?) Vin Diesel’s Facebook page. His original caption is below. Apparently being a witch hunter in the Middle Ages involves lots of fur and facial hair.

Rose Leslie Joins The Last Witch Hunter She'll fight the supernatural with Vin DieselIt’s been a couple of years since we heard anything about The Last Witch Hunter, which promised to pit Vin Diesel against the crone-tastic forces of supernatural evil. To be honest, we were beginning to wonder whether it had boiled dry in the development cauldron. Not so! Summit is adding eye of newt Game Of Thrones’ Rose Leslie to the mix.Breck Eisner is still attached to direct the film, which will see Diesel as a semi-immortal witch hunter who finds himself in modern-day New York continuing the mission he’s sworn to complete.

Breck Eisner No Longer Directing 'The Karate Kid 2'

5:57 PM 6/26/2014 by Binh Ngo
Karate Kid
Just three months after signing on to direct Sony's Karate Kid sequel, Breck Eisner has dropped out of the project for Vin Diesel's The Last Witchhunter, Deadline has learned. No word on when either movie will be shooting, but apparently, their production schedules overlap, so Eisner has to choose between the two.
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Breck Eisner Drops Out Of "Karate Kid 2"

darkhorizons.com – A little over two months after he signed onboard, filmmaker Breck Eisner ("Sahara," "The Crazies") has dropped out of "The Karate Kid" sequel at Sony Pictures. Eisner has cited scheduling conflicts as the reason for the departure. The project isn't going away though as two new writers, Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer, have come onboard.

6 years 2 weeks ago via donnieyen

Breck Eisner to Direct 'Karate Kid' Sequel

1:04 PM 4/7/2014 by Jeff Giles
Jaden Smith
You may have forgotten all about the Jaden Smith-led Karate Kid re-whatever that Sony put out in 2010, but the studio hasn't, and they've just proven it by signing a director to help bring them a sequel.
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Breck Eisner to direct Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan in The Karate Kid 2

joblo.com – Four years after THE KARATE KID returned to theaters in a film featuring no karate, we are getting a sequel that will reunite Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. This time, however, the man behind the camera will be Breck Eisner. Eisner is best known for directing SAHARA and THE CRAZIES and has long been associated with both a STRETCH ARMSTRONG and a FLASH GORDON movie.

6 years 13 weeks ago via jackiechan
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'Dallas Buyers Club' Writer to Polish 'The Last Witch Hunter'

feedproxy.google.com – The Summit film will star Vin Diesel and be directed by Breck Eisner. 6 years 14 weeks ago via jetli

Relativity Puts Live-Action 'Stretch Armstrong' Movie Out to Pasture

6:18 PM 10/15/2013 by Binh Ngo
Stretch Armstrong
A live-action movie based on a long-forgotten toy is perhaps not the brightest of ideas, and Relativity has finally realized that as well. The studio announces the death of the project via a press release below (via The Hollywood Reporter).
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Breck Eisner To Helm Summit/Emmett/Furla's 'The Witch Hunter'; Vin Diesel Circling Title Role

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Breck Eisner has been set to direct The Last Witch Hunter, and Vin Diesel is in early talks to star. The film is being co-financed by Summit Entertainment and Emmett/Furla Films. In the Cory Goodman-scripted film, the protagonist is an immortal witch hunter who partners with his natural enemy, a female witch, to stop the covens of New York City from unleashing a plague on humanity. 7 years 18 weeks ago via jetli
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