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variety.com – Savage Steve Holland has come on board to direct “Multiplexing,” revisiting the teen comedy arena of his 1980s cult films “Better Off Dead…” and “One Crazy Summer.” Producers are Wayne 6 Entertainment’s Mark Heidelberger, Mike Massotto and David Crump with Richard Salvatore (“The Big Wedding”) and David E Ornston. A summer shoot is planned. 5 days 8 hours ago via donnieyen
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. 1 week 1 day ago via jackiechan
deadline.com – Renny Harlin, who most recently helmed Summit’s The Legend Of Hercules starring Kellen Lutz, has boarded Fallen Cross, a Chicago-set actioner from Umedia that is set to go into production this winter. The pic, scripted by David Christopher O’Neill, centers on a reformed ex-Mafia enforcer Timothy Cole in his desperate struggle to protect his family from the crime syndicate he once served, the Chicago Cross. 2 weeks 1 day ago via jetli
6:40 PM 3/28/2014 by Binh Ngo
While doing the press round for the Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner Sabotage, Joe Manganiello revealed that the Magic Mike sequel will likely shoot this fall. "Yeah, it's gonna happen this fall. I think they're going to announce it soon," Manganiello told Collider.
fb.indiewire.com – Hot on the heels of Joe Manganiello's informal announcementthat the sequel to Steven Soderbergh's "Magic Mike" will shoot this fall, new details about the stripper dramedy have emerged. "I think they’re going to announce it soon,"the actor said.And he's right. While potential helmers to take over the directing chair for the sequel included star and original co-writer Channing Tatum and co-writer/producer Reid Carolin, sources close to the camp tell The Playlist that a filmmaker has been found: 2 weeks 4 days ago via jetli
deadline.com – BREAKING: Madonna will get back behind the camera to direct an adaptation of the Rebecca Walker novel Adé: A Love Story. The novel is based on Walker’s experience. It revolves around a young college student who falls in love with the title character, a young Swahili man, and they plan to marry and live a simple life in Kenya. 3 weeks 11 hours ago via jackiechan
1:15 PM 3/24/2014 by Binh Ngo
Universal's Scarface remake will be directed by Chilean director Pablo Larraín, who will make his Hollywood debut with this movie, TheWrap has learned. The update is set in modern day Los Angeles and will follow the outline of the previous movies about an immigrant who rises to power in the criminal underworld and his inevitable fall.
‘Scarface’ Remake: Universal Hiring Chilean Director Pablo Larrain – But Tony Will Be Mexican (Exclusive)
thewrap.com – Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín (“No”) is in negotiations to direct the new “Scarface” movie for Universal Pictures and Marc Shmuger's Global Produce, TheWrap has learned. “Scarface” will reimagine the core immigrant story told in both the 1932 and 1983 films. Universal's update will be an original story set in modern day Los Angeles that follows a Mexican immigrant's rise in the criminal underworld as he strives for the American Dream. 3 weeks 1 day ago via jetli