Joe Carnahan News

Film adaptation of Mark Millar's Nemesis finds a new home at Warner Bros. A movie based on the Mark Millar and Steve McNiven limited comic book series Nemesis has been in the works at Fox since 2010, but The Tracking Board is reporting that the project has moved to Warner Bros. According to the site, Ridley Scott's production banner Scott Free has also made the jump, as well as Joe Carnahan, who is attached to direct from a script he co-wrote with his brother Matthew Michael... Read More...

Crazy full trailer and hilarious new clip from Joe Carnahan's Stretch Joe Carnahan's STRETCH is finally going to see the light of day at the beginning of October thanks to iTunes, Amazon, and other On Demand outlets. Despite a grasroots campaign online to have the wacky film released wide, it looks like a limited run is all the movie is going to get. And from the looks of this full trailer, that may be the best avenue for it. STRETCH, as seen in this new full trailer courtesy... Read More...


Patrick Wilson is a chauffeur in trailer for Joe Carnahan’s ‘Stretch’ – There are two species of Joe Carnahan movie: Pensive monochrome thrillers like Narc and The Grey, and rollicking color-blasted thrillers 7 years 10 weeks ago via jetli

Chris Pine is crazy as hell in the gag reel for Joe Carnahan's Stretch – In the last few days, Joe Carnahan has taken to Twitter to promote his film STRETCH which was dropped from Sony's release calendar earlier this year. Now, with several clips and images flooding online, we have a look at the gag reel for the film. Featuring a lot of scenes with Patrick Wilson and Chris Pine, STRETCH looks like a batshit fun time at the movies. 7 years 12 weeks ago via jackiechan

First Look at Chris Pine, Patrick Wilson, and Brooklyn Decker in ‘Stretch’ From Joe Carnahan Joe Carnahan shot a film called Stretch last year, with Chris Pine, Jessica Alba, Patrick Wilson, and Brooklyn Decker in the cast. Originally set to be released by Universal, it’s not your average studio movie — for instance, that’s Chris Pine in the film, above. Pine’s character is a billionaire who has a shady deal in mind, and recruits the main character of the movie, a chauffeur played by Patrick Wilson, to drive him around as he gets things in motion. Carnahan himself has said it’s a weird movie, and it has gone through a bit of a weird phase.


Joe Carnahan takes to Twitter to promote Stretch starring Patrick Wilson – For those of you who haven't heard of STRETCH, it is Joe Carnahan's (SMOKING ACES, NARC) latest film baby with an all-star cast including Patrick Wilson, Chris Pine, Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms and Ray Liotta. The story centers around a chauffeur (Wilson) who picks up a difficult and devious billionaire (Pine). 7 years 13 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Joe Carnahan Re-Cutting Stretch, Will Debut It At A Festival Later This Year – When a filmmaker as respected as Joe Carnahan makes a movie that never sees the light of day, it’s pretty big news, not to mention tremendously disappointing. But that’s just what happened with Stetch, The Grey director’s action-comedy about “a down-on-his-luck chauffeur looking to relieve his debt by driving around a mysterious billionaire who drags him to hell and back.” 7 years 21 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Joe Carnahan Will Revise Death Wish Remake Script, Still Wants Frank Grillo

11:59 AM 7/13/2014 by Fred Topel
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Joe Carnahan is still working on a remake of the Charles Bronson film Death Wish, which became a lucrative franchise for Bronson. It would require a rewrite, since MGM passed on Carnahan’s first script. Carnahan spoke with the Television Critics Association today for his upcoming NBC show State of Affairs and we asked him if he would still cast his The Grey star Frank Grillo as Paul Kersey, the vigilante of Death Wish.

Joe Carnahan to Write, Direct ‘Five Against a Bullet’ for Sony – Joe Carnahan is set to write and direct “Five Against a Bullet” for Sony Pictures, TheWrap has confirmed. Described as being in the vein of classic macho movies “The Wild Bunch” and “The Magnificent Seven,” the story follows five bodyguards hired to protect a Mexican politician over the course of a contentious election after his father is murdered by a drug cartel.

7 years 24 weeks ago via donnieyen

Joe Carnahan's 'Daredevil' Would Have Been a Period Trilogy, Says Joe Carnahan

1:16 PM 5/7/2014 by Jeff Giles
It was never much more than a crazy, short-lived wisp of a rumor, but of all the left-field superhero movie prospects we've seen discussed, the idea of Joe Carnahan taking the reins for a Daredevil reboot might be the most alarmingly sensible.
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