Liam Neeson has at last signed onto Run All Night, which Warner Bros. hopes will reunite the star with his Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serato.
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The official synopsis for the upcoming Jaume Collet-Serra-directed film Non-Stop has finally been released, and it sounds awesome.
The Transylvania count is awfully popular, with Harker and Dracula Year Zero both in the works from rival studios.
Following the closing of the Vancouver production office of Akira, Warner Bros. is reportedly looking for a high-end writer, like Jonathan Nolan or Michael Green, to polish the script, focusing on character elements and the film’s look.
Nervous that Tron: Legacy star Garrett Hedlund is the only name signed on to Akira, Warner Bros. executives are reportedly looking to cut another $20 million to $30 million from the adaptation’s already-shrunken budget.
A casting call for Akira includes a story description for director Jaume Collet-Serra’s $90 million live-action adaptation of the landmark cyberpunk manga and anime by Katsuhiro Otomo.
Unable to close a deal with Gary Oldman, Warner Bros. now reportedly wants Ken Watanabe to play The Colonel in its live-action adaptation of Akira.
Michael Pitt, D.J. Cotrona, Paul Danno and Richard Madden are among those young actors reportedly testing this week for the role of Tetsuo in Warner Bros.’ live-action Akira film.
Ezra Miller, the young star of the upcoming Perks of Being a Wallflower, denies reports that he’s reading for the role of Tetsuo in Akira, saying, “it’s not my next move.”
Kristen Stewart, star of The Twilight Saga and the upcoming Snow White and the Huntsman, reportedly has been offered the female lead in Warner Bros.’ live-action adaptation of Akira.
Ezra Miller (We Need to Talk About Kevin) and Alden Ehrenreich (Tetro) are thought to be reading next week for the role of Tetsuo in Warner Bros.’ live-action adaptation of Akira.
Pirates of the Caribbean star Keira Knightley has reportedly been offered a role opposite Garrett Hedlund in Warner Bros.’ live-action adaptation of Akira.