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18 Mayıs 2011 Çarşamba

***Director Phillip Noyce Set for Remake of BLOODSPORT ***Ridley Scott to Produce and Direct Cold War Drama REYKJAVIK ***Promo Poster for ON THE ROAD

Director Phillip Noyce Set for Remake of BLOODSPORT
by Matt Goldberg Posted: May 17th, 2011 at 9:03 am

You know what I was thinking the other day? A lot of things, but not among them: “The world needs a remake of the 1988 Jean Claude Van Damme action flick Bloodsport.” But we’re getting it anyway as ScreenDaily reports that director Phillip Noyce (Salt) will helm the remake (or as it’s being called, a “reinvention”, which is a fancier way of saying remake) for producers Ed Pressman and Alberto Lensi. The original film was about a soldier who goes AWOL to fight in a tournament so he can uphold his master’s honor. Robert Mark Kamen (Taken) wrote the script for the remake, which will follow “an American who goes to Brazil to recover from the violence he has experienced in Afghanistan who gets involved in a martial arts contest.” Yes, that logic makes no sense.

Noyce is also attached to direct an adaptation of Tim Winton’s Dirt Music, the time-travel flick Timeless, the submarine action-thriller Hunter Killer, and the drama Our Wild Life. It’s not surprising that he would be attached to such a diversity of projects although he usually traffics in the thriller genre with an edge towards espionage.

Ridley Scott to Produce and Direct Cold War Drama REYKJAVIK
by Matt Goldberg Posted: May 17th, 2011 at 8:26 am

If you’re wondering how Ridley Scott keeps so busy, it’s because he’s attached to about 5,236 different project at any one time. That’s how he’s come out with eight films in the last ten years. While we won’t be getting a Scott film this year, he’s currently hard at work at the Alien-prequel-but-not-an-Alien-prequel, Prometheus. He’s also continuing to attach himself to new movies, the latest being the Cold War drama Reykjavik.

ScreenDaily reports that the film, written by Kevin Hood (Becoming Jane), “is about the meeting between US president Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in the mid-1980s which helped bring about the end of the Cold War.” Headline Pictures will develop along with Participant Media. Hit the jump for a refresher on other movies Scott might make once he’s finished with Prometheus, which opens in 3D on June 8, 2012.

Promo Poster for ON THE ROAD
by Matt Goldberg Posted: May 17th, 2011 at 7:52 am
It has taken decades to get Jack Kerouac’s On the Road on the big screens, but producer Francis Ford Coppola and director Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries) have finally done it. Filming took place last year and the movie will likely make the festival rounds this fall. However, you need to get past a cast that’s a mixture of “great” and “sometimes good”. In the “great” category, you have Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Steve Buscemi, Terrence Howard, and Sam Riley. And then as lead characters Dean Moriarty, Marylou, and Camille, you have Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, and Kirsten Dunst, respectively. It’s a diverse cast and I’m hoping that they all deliver, but expectations tend to build when you’re adapting a modern literary classic.

Hit the jump to check out the promo poster (which features none of the cast or even drops their names) for On the Road.

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