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9 Mart 2011 Çarşamba

**Lili Taylor and Dale Dickey Join Paul Weitz’ Untitled Adaptation of ANOTHER BULLSHIT NIGHT IN SUCK CITY **Emily Wickersham, Wes Bentley, and Jennifer Carpenter Join Amanda Seyfried in GONE **"Tomb Raider" Reboot Coming in 2013 **Guillermo Del Toro May Leave "At the Mountains of Madness" for "Pacific Rim"

Lili Taylor and Dale Dickey Join Paul Weitz’ Untitled Adaptation of ANOTHER BULLSHIT NIGHT IN SUCK CITY
by Matt Goldberg Posted:March 8th, 2011
Production has begun on Paul Weitz’ adaptation of Nick Flynn’s 2004 memoir Another Bullshit Night in Suck City. Obviously, the film won’t be called that so the challenge is to find a title that is somehow more bland than Weitz’ 2004 film, In Good Company. The plot Another Bullshit Night centers on a writer (played by Paul Dano) who takes a job at homeless shelter and runs into his long-absent father (Robert De Niro) who is seeking a bed. Olivia Thirlby will play a worker at the shelter while Moore will play the mother of Dano’s character.

In addition to clarifying Moore’s role, the press release from Focus Features also announces that Lili Taylor (Six Feet Under) and Dale Dickey (Winter’s Bone) have joined the cast, but doesn’t specify which roles they’ll play. Hit the jump for the full press release. I want to have hope for this film, but Weitz has done his best to extinguish that hope by making American Dreamz, Cirque du Freak, and Little Fockers.

Emily Wickersham, Wes Bentley, and Jennifer Carpenter Join Amanda Seyfried in GONE
by Brendan Bettinger Posted: March 8th, 2011
Emily Wickersham (I Am Number Four), Wes Bentley (Jonah Hex), and Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) have joined the cast of Gone, a thriller headlined by Amanda Seyfried. The script by Allison Burnett (Fame) centers on “a kidnap survivor (Seyfried) who attempts to find the same killer whom she believes has abducted her sister.” The ideal: Gone does for Seyfried what Taken did for Liam Neeson.

Brazilian filmmaker Heitor Dhalia (Adrift) will direct; Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi (Gamer) of Lakeshore Entertainment will produce Gone with Sidney Kimmel (Adventureland), Chris Salvaterra (The Visitor), and Dan Abrams of Sidney Kimmel Entertainment. According to Variety, filming is scheduled to begin in April.

"Tomb Raider" Reboot Coming in 2013
Posted: March 8th, 2011 by Staff
Producer Graham King (The Town, The Departed) and his GK Films has acquired the feature film rights to "Tomb Raider" with plans of rebooting the franchise and releasing the first movie in theaters by 2013.

King recently produced "The Tourist," which starred Angelina Jolie. Many are wondering if Jolie may return to star as Lara Croft, but sources say that King is interested in telling Lara Croft's origin story rather than continue where the last installment left off.

A writer has yet to be hired.

"Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" hit theaters back in 2001 and grossed $274 million worldwide on a $115 million budget. The sequel was released two years later and grossed $156 million on a $95 million budget.

Source: THR

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Guillermo Del Toro May Leave "At the Mountains of Madness" for "Pacific Rim"
Posted: March 8th, 2011 by Staff
Guillermo Del Toro quit "The Hobbit" after he realized that it will take a while to begin filming. He moved on to "At the Mountains of Madness," which Universal Pictures has been nervous to move forward due to the $150 million budget and the 'R' rating.

Del Toro has warned Universal that if "Mountains" doesn't get greenlit, he will move on. And his project of choice is "Pacific Rim," which Legendary Pictures is treating as a top priority.

The PG-13 movie is written by Travis Beachem (Clash of the Titans) and is set in a future in which malevolent creatures threaten the earth, so the planet must band together and use highly advanced technology to eradicate the growing menace.

We've been hearing that Beachem's script may be reworked to become a reboot of "Godzilla," which Legendary Pictures is also working on. The studio has previously offered Del Toro the chance to direct "Godzilla," so it's very possible that the helmer has finally agreed. But whether it will be "Pacific Rim" or "Godzilla" is yet to be seen.

This doesn't mean that Del Toro has abandoned "At the Mountains of Madness." It's his passion project and he will immediately return as soon as Universal figures out what it wants to do.

Source: Deadline

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