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2 New Actors Sign On For Death Wish Remake The Bruce Willis lead remake of the 1974 film Death Wish has added two more actors. Vincent D’Onofrio (Marvel’s Daredevil) and Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) have signed on to the new Eli Roth adaptation of the book by Brian Garfield. The story follows a man named Paul Kersey (Willis) whose world is destroyed by a violent crime against his wife and daughter. When the criminals are not brought to justice, Kersey takes to the streets to hunt them himself. Charles Bronson played Kersey the first time and in four sequels over twenty years.

2 New Actors Sign On For Death Wish Remake The Bruce Willis lead remake of the 1974 film Death Wish has added two more actors. Vincent D’Onofrio (Marvel’s Daredevil) and Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) have signed on to the new Eli Roth adaptation of the book by Brian Garfield. The story follows a man named Paul Kersey (Willis) whose world is destroyed by a violent crime against his wife and daughter. When the criminals are not brought to justice, Kersey takes to the streets to hunt them himself. Charles Bronson played Kersey the first time and in four sequels over twenty years.

The CW was developing a Friday the 13th Crystal Lake TV series to explore the origins of Jason Vorhees. In April, it was reported that The CW had passed on the pilot. Today’s CW executive session for the Television Critics Association was the first chance to ask CW president Mark Pedowitz officially what went wrong. During the panel, Pedowitz briefly confirmed that he was no longer developing the series. Speaking with reporters further after the panel, Pedowitz explained why Friday the 13th didn’t work. “We had better pilots,” Pedowitz said.

Friday the 13th Reboot: Breck Eisner in Talks to Direct In today’s world of franchise properties dominating the cinematic landscape, studios often waste no time greenlighting a follow-up to just about any film that does well at the box office. With that in mind, it’s quite surprising that it’s been nearly 8 years since the Platinum Dunes remake of Friday the 13th hit theaters, and fans are still waiting on the arrival of the next Jason adventure.

'INDIANA JONES 5' WIll Not Be Indy's Final Adventure The Hollywood Reporter had a chance to sit and chat with Disney CEO Bob Iger. They discussed everything from Pixar to Marvel to Lucasfilm.While discussing Lucasfilm THR asked about the future of Indiana Jones. Steven Spielberg has confirmed that he will direct the fifth installment and that Harrison Ford will once again reprise the role of the intrepid archaeologist, but what will happen after that? Will Disney want to create an Indiana Jones universe similar to what they have with Star Wars and Marvel?Thankfully no. Iger said:"Not like Star Wars, no.

Spielberg Offers Brief Update On 'INDIANA JONES 5' Look, INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL didn't do much for fans when it came out. There was plenty of hype around it, considering LucasFilm had gotten the band back together. You had Steven Spielberg in the director's chair, a story by George Lucas, Harrison Ford donning the iconic hat, John Williams scoring the thing, and even Karen Allen returning to the famous franchise.

The Kyber Saber Explained In New Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Trailer In a new trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, the legend of the Kyber Saber is revealed. It’s a powerful weapon the Emperor would love to get his desiccated hands on. Unfortunately, the situation goes over the head of the Rowan Freemaker. Click here to view the embedded video. LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures debuts on Disney XD on June 20th. The Kyber Saber Explained In New Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Trailer

Shortly after the sale of LucasFilm to Disney, several rumors began circulating that not only was STAR WARS coming back in a big way but that INDIANA JONES wouldn't be far behind. Depending on who you asked, it was going to be a reboot starring someone like Chris Pratt as a younger Indy, a sequel where Harrison Ford passes the torch over to his son to keep up the good fight and make sure that everything ends up in a museum, or just an outright sequel with Ford front and center.

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