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6 Mart 2011 Pazar

**Liam Neeson and Rutger Hauer on "The Dark Knight Rises" **"Hitman" Director Wants to Helm "Daredevil" Reboot **Poster: Sam Worthington's "The Fields" Thriller **Update: Only Three Actors Returning for "GI Joe" Sequel **Ewan McGregor And Andrew Garfield Making Bank Robberies The New Vampires

"Hitman" Director Wants to Helm "Daredevil" Reboot

Posted: March 6th, 2011 by Staff

While promoting his new "The Divide" film, director Xavier Gens (Hitman) revealed that he would love the chance to helm 20th Century Fox's reboot of "Daredevil."

"If I make a 'Daredevil' movie, I would go in a completely different direction," he explained. "My vision of the character is much more a drama. For me it's important to include the origin of the character like in Richard Donner's 'Superman.' We saw him slowly become a superhero, but I think it's important to take time and stay realistic. It's also very important to let the director make his own vision of the character, not make a studio movie. 'The Dark Knight' is totally the vision of Nolan."

When asked who he would like to star in his movie, Gens replied: "For Daredevil I think Sam Worthington could be great and intense for this character. The villain depends on the story."

Source: Facebook, CBM

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Liam Neeson and Rutger Hauer on "The Dark Knight Rises"

Posted: March 5th, 2011 by Staff

We recently heard that "The Dark Knight Rises" may revolve around Batman and Catwoman taking on The League of Shadows, which is headed by Talia Al'Ghul. So does this mean that there's a chance that Liam Neeson may return as Ra's Al Ghul?

"In the comic books, Ra's Al Ghul goes into a life bath of some sort and immerses himself to become immortal," he said. "But no-one's approached me with an offer. I'd like to if it happens."

Rutger Hauer was also asked if he would return as the CEO of Wayne Enterprises. "I think not. I would have heard about it," he replied.

Source: DigitalSpy, EW

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Poster: Sam Worthington's "The Fields" Thriller

Posted: March 5th, 2011 by Staff,
Today we have a promo poster for the upcoming "The Fields" crime thriller, starring Sam Worthington (Avatar), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen) and Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass). Check it out below.

In the film Morgan stars as a detective transplanted from New York while Worthington portrays a local investigator probing a series of unsolved murders in industrial wastelands surrounding Gulf Coast refineries, where as many as 70 bodies have turned up over the past two decades. Together they wage a war against the unknown assailants.

"The Fields" is directed by Ami Canaan Mann, daughter of Michael Mann (Heat). It is written by former DEA agent Donald F. Ferrarone and is set to hit theaters on July 16th.

Poster: (click to enlarge)

Source: DreadCentral

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Update: Only Three Actors Returning for "GI Joe" Sequel

Posted: March 4th, 2011 by Staff

We recently heard that Paramount Pictures decided to hire "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" director John Chu to direct their "GI Joe" sequel. Now comes word that most of the cast won't be returning.

Rachel Nichols, who played Scarlett in the first movie, posted the following on her Twitter account: "'GI Joe 2' News Flash: The only characters to return in the Jon Chu-directed sequel will be Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, and Duke."

So that means that Ray Park, Byung-hun Lee and Channing Tatum will all be back, but it sounds like even Nichols herself won't have a part in the sequel, which will begin filming this summer.

Update: Paramount Pictures has just announced that "GI Joe 2" will hit theaters on August 10th, 2012.

Source: Twitter

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Ewan McGregor And Andrew Garfield Making Bank Robberies The New Vampires

published: 2011-03-05 10:29:17 Author: Will LeBlanc
Hollywood is driven by trends. Be it vampires or ensemble rom-coms or superhero movies, there are patterns in the business and two upcoming films are hoping to break the mold a little bit by returning the classic bank robber movie back to the forefront of American cinema, so says the LA Times.

The Robber, a German film released only last year, will be adapted for American audiences and could potentially star one of young Hollywood’s biggest up and comers Andrew Garfield. Of course, we as Americans can already see this movie simply by renting it, but I guess since we’re too lazy to read a movie they’ll spend $50 million remaking it for us.

The film follows athlete Johann Retenberger who starts robbing banks as a hobby to fulfill his need for an adrenaline rush. The original focused more on the mystery behind the real life character, omitting personal details of his life that producer Laura Ziskin will include in the American version. Garfield has expressed interest in playing the lead and with Ziskin, who is also producing Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man, the pairing is likely to take place.

Robber is still in its infancy as producers are on the hunt for writers to take on the project.

The second movie looking to make bank robbery cool again, titled Electric Slide, will examine another real life bank robber, except this time it will be Southern Californian Eddie Dodson. Dodson’s story takes place in the 80’s when he began robbing banks for the money to support his drug habits as well as his antique shop on Melrose Ave.

Slide has been in development for ages but has just never found the right producer to get it to the screen. Currently, Blue Valentine producer Jamie Patricof, has the job who, according to the
LA Times, often makes good on getting problem projects to theaters. With a name like Ewan MacGregor on board to play the lead though, they shouldn’t run into much more trouble.

Of course while it’s true that bank robbery moviesare few and far between and that the more recent among them haven’t really been about the robbery itself, but about the people’s stories surrounding the heist, but that doesn’t make them any less robbery films. The Town and Inside Man are two great recent examples, then of course there's Heat whose bank robbery sequence sparks one of the greatest shootouts ever filmed, but their main focus is elsewhere. Robber and Slide seem to be hoping to return Hollywood to Bonnie and Clyde era, when heist flicks were about the heist.

Stay tuned for more news as this trend picks up steam in the Hollywood hills.

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