Josh Brolin stars as a man mysteriously set free after 20 years of solitary confinement, with little else but vengeance guiding him forward.
Director Jaume Collet-Serra is once again in talks with Warner Bros. to return to the stalled live-action adaptation of Akira, eyeing a spring 2014 production start.
With Comic-Con International in full swing, FilmDistrict has released a haunting new poster for director Spike Lee’s remake of the revenge thriller Oldboy.
FilmDistrict has released a red-band trailer for Oldboy, director Spike Lee’s remake of Park Chan-wook’s South Korean revenge thriller. The film, which opens Oct. 25, stars Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, Sharlto Copley and Samuel L. Jackson.
Filmmaker James Cameron says he’ll begin work on his long-promised adaptation of Battle Angel Alita in 2017, once he’s completed the two announced Avatar sequels.
Ahead of the debut of the first trailer on Wednesday, FilmDistrict has released a poster for Spike Lee’s remake of the South Korean revenge thriller , starring Josh Brolin and Elizabeth Olsen.
While many comic-book fans were dismayed by the controversial ending of director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, it turn turns out they’re not alone: Producer Christopher Nolan initially balked at the scene. Warning: Spoilers!
Guillermo del Toro will be adapting the Naoki Urasawa manga Monster for HBO with the help of Doctor Who alum Steven Thompson.
Although James Cameron has announced he’s in the Avatar business for the next four or five years, shooting two sequels back and to back before perhaps moving on to a prequel, he still wants to adapt Battle Angel Alita.
FilmDistrict has acquired the distribution rights to Oldboy, director Spike Lee’s upcoming remake of the South Korean revenge thriller, and with the announcement arrives the first official synopsis.
Nate Parker is in talks to reteam with his Red Hook Summer director Spike Lee for the remake of the South Korean revenge thriller Oldboy, joining Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, Sharlto Copley and Samuel L. Jackson.
Samuel L. Jackson will play a small but memorable role in Oldboy, director Spike Lee’s remake of the South Korean revenge thriller. He joins Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen and Sharlto Copley.