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Mark Rylance boards Steven Spielberg film

– by ELI COLON – Variety is reporting that stage actor Mark Rylance — fresh off a Tony win for “Twelfth Night” — is the second actor to join the cast of Steven Spielberg’s untitled Cold War thriller fronted by Tom Hanks. The developing film, which is confirmed to be Spi[...]

Coen Brothers to re-write Cold War thriller

– by ELI COLON – Well, now this is getting interesting. Last month, we learned that Steven Spielberg may have finally chosen his next project to follow-up the 2012 Best Picture nominee “Lincoln,” and it would be an untitled Cold War thriller that re-teams him with Tom Hanks. And now[...]

The Hundred-Foot Journey: Trailer & Poster

– by ELI COLON – DreamWorks (via Yahoo! Movies) has released the first trailer and poster for Lasse Hallstrom’s upcoming drama “The Hundred-Foot Journey.” From a script by Steven Knight (“Eastern Promises”), the story centers on the Kadam family, who set up an Indian restaurant[...]

Steven Spielberg to helm The BFG

– by ELI COLON – It’s been a busy week for news regarding the next directorial effort of iconic filmmaker Steven Spielberg. The return of “Robopocalypse,” an adaptation of “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara,” the historical epic “Montezuma” and a Cold War drama with Tom Han[...]

Spielberg and Hanks eye Cold War thriller

– by ELI COLON – Earlier, we reported that filmmaker Steven Spielberg was zeroing in on future directorial efforts, as he attached himself to yet another potential project with the religious drama called “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara,” from “Lincoln” and “Munich” writer [...]

Steven Spielberg eyeing next project

– by ELI COLON – It’s been well over a year since “Lincoln” hit theaters, and director Steven Spielberg still hasn’t figured out his next project. However, at least one possibility has surfaced as Variety has learned the filmmaker is considering re-teaming with writer Tony Kushne[...]

Steven Spielberg may remake West Side Story

– by ELI COLON – The question has to be asked: “What is Steven Spielberg up to?” Over the past year or so, the notoriously flirtatious filmmaker has been eyeing or developing certain projects for long stretches of time before eventually deciding not to take the helm. And now a remake[...]

Steven Spielberg eyeing Montezuma

– by ELI COLON – Since “Robopocalypse” has been delayed indefinitely, and “American Sniper” ended up falling through, we’re still unsure what’s Steven Spielberg’s next project will be. It’s been more than a year since “Lincoln” hit theaters and the legendary director [...]

Peter Jackson’s Tintin sequel in the works

– by ELI COLON – When director Steven Spielberg’s animated pic “The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn” was first announced, Spielberg and producer Peter Jackson made it clear that their intention was to switch roles on a proposed sequel, with Jackson taking the helm a[...]

Disney strikes deal for Indiana Jones

– by ELI COLON – The legal entanglement that was the “Indiana Jones” franchise has been untangled. When Disney purchased LucasFilm last year, there was a question of how future “Indiana Jones” films would proceed since Paramount released the first four movies. Now Disney [...]

The Hundred-Foot Journey: Production Begins

– by ELI COLON – DreamWorks announced that filming is underway on director Lasse Hallström’s (“Chocolat”) adaptation of the Richard C. Morais novel “The Hundred-Foot Journey” in southwest France. From a script by Steven Knight (“Eastern Promises”), the film centers on the [...]

Clint Eastwood aims for American Sniper

– by ELI COLON – Earlier this month, news broke out that Steven Spielberg dropped out of directing the movie adaptation of “American Sniper.” The book is an autobiography by Texan Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who has recorded the highest number of sniper kills for an American soldier and ea[...]

Steven Spielberg exits American Sniper

– by ELI COLON – When I last wrote about “American Sniper,” Steven Spielberg was set to direct Bradley Cooper as Texas Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who has recorded the highest number of sniper kills for an American soldier. The film was set up to be a co-production of Warner Bros. and Drea[...]

Greengrass eyes The Trial of the Chicago 7

– by ELI COLON – Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s film about the 1968 Democratic National Convention may finally come to fruition as Deadline reports Paul Greengrass (“The Bourne Supremacy,” “United 93”) is in final talks to direct “The Trial of the Chicago 7.” The film chronicl[...]





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