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8 Nisan 2011 Cuma

**Ben Stiller in Talks for THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY Remake **Arnold Schwarzenegger Also in Talks for "The Tomb" **Arnold Schwarzenegger to Star in "Last Stand" Action Film? **Sylvester Stallone Will Direct "The Expendables" Sequel **Duncan Jones in Talks to Direct "Wolverine" Sequel

Ben Stiller in Talks for THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY Remake

by Brendan Bettinger    Posted: April 7th, 2011

A remake of the 1947 film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (based on a short story by James Thurber) has been kicking around in development for years now.  Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell, and Sacha Baron Cohen have all eyed the lead role at some point, but even such considerable star power failed to overcome a reportedly problematic script.  Ben Stiller is the latest actor to set his sights on the role, and Deadline hears the actor is committed enough to plan Secret Life as his next film.
Steve Conrad (The Pursuit of Happyness) scripted a page-one rewrite, and won Stiller over with his fresh take on the material.  Though the project has previously sirened the likes of Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard, and (most recently) Gore Verbinski, no director is currently attached.  20th Century Fox is looking for a director who can handle action scenes and deliver a PG cut.  There are tentative plans to start filming in late fall.  Read a synopsis for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty after the break.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Also in Talks for "The Tomb"

Posted: April 8th, 2011 by Staff

We just reported that Arnold Schwarzenegger has been in talks with Lionsgate to star in "Last Stand" action film. He has already received an offer, but that doesn't mean that the movie will be his big screen return.

Variety has learned that the actor is considering another project, "The Tomb," to be directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day). The film is about a structural security expert who's framed for a crime and put in a high-security prison that he designed.

It seems that "Last Stand" will end up being Schwarzenegger's first film since leaving office. Mostly because Fuqua is getting ready to shoot his Tupac Shakur biopic and will not be available for "The Tomb" until the end of the year.

Source: Variety

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Arnold Schwarzenegger to Star in "Last Stand" Action Film?

Posted: April 8th, 2011 by Staff

It was recently revealed that Arnold Schwarzenegger may make his Hollywood return in a big screen version of his "The Governator" TV series. Now, according to a Polish distributor, the actor instead make "Last Stand" his first live-action role since leaving office.

The story will follow the exploits of a drug cartel leader who blasts his way out of a courtroom, steals a car, and heads towards the Mexican border. Schwarzenegger will play a sheriff with an inexperienced staff who becomes involved with trying to stop the cartel leader from entering Mexico after the two parties inadvertently cross paths.

Liam Neeson was originally set for the role, but left the project earlier in the year. "Last Stand" will be the first English-language film for director Kim Jee-Woon (I Saw the Devil) and is set to appear in theaters next year.

Lionsgate has already sent in their offer to Schwarzenegger's CAA agents and is now waiting to hear from them. Apparently all the major points have been negotiated.

Source: Movieweb, /Film

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Alfred Hitchcock's "To Catch a Thief" Remake is Moving Forward

Posted: April 8th, 2011 by Staff

Paramount Pictures optioned the remake to Alfred Hitchcock's "To Catch a Thief" remake back in 2004, but it is only now that the studio is moving forward with the film.

Writer Josh Stolberg (Piranha 3D, Sorority Row, Good Luck Chuck) wrote the script with Bobby Florsheim. Neil Moritz (Fast Five, Battle: Los Angeles) is producing.

"It's exciting because it's one of my favorite Hitchcock movies," said Stolberg. "
And it was fun to come at it from a different angle – make it a little bit more modern and 'gadgety.' It's the first script that I've ever written that [encompasses] a lot of heists and action sequences."

He continued: "We just turned in the script to the studio a couple of months ago and they're working on casting now. It takes place in Santarini. It's a travelogue of the most amazing places on Earth."

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Sylvester Stallone Will Direct "The Expendables" Sequel

Posted: April 8th, 2011 by Staff

About a month ago, it was reported that Sylvester Stallone had decided not to direct the sequel to "Expendables," despite making plans to reprise his role in the film.

Then came word that Stallone was in talks to star in "Headshot" and possibly direct it. While it's still unclear what will happen with "Headshot," Lionsgate has announced that Stallone will be back in the director's chair for "The Expendables 2," which is set to hit theaters on August 17th, 2012.

Very little is known about the story, but Stallone previously said that he would like the sequel to focus on new characters and reduce the role of older ones. Bruce Willis will get a bigger role and Jean-Claude Van Damme will likely join the cast.

Source: BoxOfficeMojo

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Duncan Jones in Talks to Direct "Wolverine" Sequel

Posted: April 7th, 2011 by Staff

Darren Aronofsky was all set to direct the upcoming "Wolverine" sequel before he dropped out, claiming that he would not be able to travel overseas due to family issues.

The search for his replacement immediately began and Hugh Jackman promised that a director of Aronofsky's caliber would be brought on. At one point David Slade (30 Days of Night) was considered, but he recently signed on for "Daredevil" remake and "The Last Voyage of Demeter."

Deadline has now learned that Duncan Jones (Source Code, Moon) is in talks. There's no word regarding how far the talks have progressed.

As of right now, Jones has yet to sign on for any other project. Before Zack Snyder, however, he was considered to direct the "Superman" reboot.

Source: Deadline

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