2:12 PM 2/13/2014 by Senh Duong
Robocop opened a couple weeks ago in Asia to take advantage of the Chinese New Year holidays and took in a solid $5.5M from three small territories. I can see why after a press screening. One of the key locations in the film is China, although I think Hollywood needs to think just a bit harder than rice paddies to represent the country.
12:38 PM 12/11/2013 by Senh Duong
When I last interviewed Any On regarding Special ID and asked him about Once Upon A Time in Shanghai, he tells me action fans will be in for a "big surprise.” Well, after watching the recently released trailer for the film, I agree. It looks pretty awesome.
ign.com – Director Chris Columbus is teaming up with Adam Sandler for Hello Ghost, a remake of a Korean supernatural comedy recently set up at Universal Pictures. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sandler is set to star in the film about a man who, after failing an attempt at suicide, is plagued by the arrival of four ghosts who won't leave him alone until he helps them right their past. 38 weeks 4 days ago via brucelee
fb.indiewire.com – If you were anywhere near the internet late last night, you're probably saw social media light up as the first reviews for the Zack Snyder directed, Christopher Nolan produced "Man Of Steel" hit the web. This was just a couple of hours after the news arrived that Snyder and screenwriter David S. 39 weeks 1 day ago via theothersenhman
7:51 AM 10/10/2012 by Jeff Giles
He's famous for getting his movies made quickly, but Clint Eastwood may have found a project that even he can't get off the ground: His long-gestating remake of A Star Is Born.
Posted May 21st, 2012 by Binh Ngo
Remake of John Sturges 1960 movie. Tom Cruise is attached to star.
12:34 PM 4/2/2012 by Senh Duong
Remember how I mentioned that it would great if the producers could get Yuen Biao to join Donnie Yen in "The Iceman Cometh 3D," a remake of Biao's late eighties hit.
screenrant.com – This trailer makes the Total Recall reboot/remake look a bit like Minority Report (also a Farrell-starring movie based on a Philip K. Dick short story) – had that flick been directed by Wiseman. Farrell as Quaid-the-spy very much bears the hallmarks of a stereotypical rogue agent in the post-Bourne Identity era of filmmaking. 1 year 49 weeks ago via brucelee