Juan Carlos Fresnadillo News


'Pet Sematary' Remake Circles '28 Weeks Later' Director

latino-review.com – The remakes…always come home…like the…dead? That’s correct, the Stephen King novel ‘Pet Sematary’ about a indian burial ground that brings things back to life, but not quite right, is getting a remake over for Paramount. Intruders and 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is on board to direct the script by Matt Greenberg and David Kajganich who adapted the book over the 1989 film.

7 years 4 weeks ago via donnieyen

Cannes: '28 Weeks Later' Helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo And Shia LaBeouf Take 'Villain' Turn

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Start Motion Pictures has set 28 Weeks Later helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to direct and Shia LaBeouf to star in Villain, a psychological thriller written by Robocop remake scribe Josh Zetumer. Villain follows two brothers who mysteriously re-connect in an unforgiving wilderness. The role of the other brother will be set shortly. 7 years 28 weeks ago via donnieyen

'BioShock' Fell Apart Because of 'Watchmen,' Says Ken Levine

8:06 PM 3/13/2013 by Binh Ngo
Universal was working on the movie adaptation of the video game BioShock, with Gore Verbinski attached to direct at first and then later with 28 Week's Later's Juan Carlos Fresnadillo when Verbinski vacate the director's chair. However, Fresnadillo revealed early last year that the movie was on hold and he's no longer attached to direct.

'Highlander' Remake Loses Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo

9:10 PM 11/30/2012 by Binh Ngo
Summit's Highlander remake has hit another snag with the exit of director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. According to Deadline, Fresnadillo and Summit didn't see eye-to-eye on the direction of the movie and they both agreed that the best course of action is for them to part ways.

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Exits Summit's 'Highlander' Remake

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: When it comes to directors on the movie Highlander, there can be only one. But it won’t be Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. The 28 Days Later helmer has exited Summit’s reboot of the film, which still has Ryan Reynolds poised to play the title character. I’m told that his exit is amicable, and that after a year of working on the project, he and Summit could not get past the fact they had differing views of the film, and finally agreed to disagree. 8 years 2 days ago via jackiechan

It's Official: Matt Reeves Replaces Rupert Wyatt for 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'

8:47 PM 10/1/2012 by Binh Ngo
Matt Reeves
It's official! Fox has chosen Matt Reeves to replace Rupert Wyatt as director of Dawn of the Plane of the Apes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Previous:

Top Emerging Directors On Fox's Short List To Helm 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes'

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: 20th Century Fox has come up with a short list to replace Rupert Wyatt as the director of Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. I’m hearing that Cloverfield’s Matt Reeves is atop the last, with The Disappearance of Alice Creed helmer J Blakeson, 28 Weeks Later helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and Crazy Heart,and Mud director Jeff Nichols. 8 years 9 weeks ago via brucelee

Ryan Reynolds Still Negotiating for Highlander Lead

ign.com – As you probably know, a remake of Highlander has been in the works for quite a few years now. Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (Intruders, out on Blu-ray and DVD July 17) is the most recent addition to the film's roster. But there's been much talk about Ryan Reynolds joining the cast as the title character.

8 years 20 weeks ago via donnieyen

Ryan Reynolds has been officially selected as the lead in 'Highlander'

joblo.com – A little over a month ago we reported he was in negotiations for the role, and now the news is official: Ryan Reynolds will take the lead in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's remake of HIGHLANDER. The role in question is that of "Conner MacLeod, a Highlander who discovers he is one of a dwindling group of immortals who wander the earth and kill each other in combat for the final 'Prize.' 8 years 22 weeks ago via jackiechan


Posted March 27th, 2012 by Binh Ngo

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