The Green Hornet tops the weekend box office with $34 million in ticket sales, trailed distantly by newcomer The Dilemma and a handful of awards season favorites.
Evan Goldberg reveals that a rough idea for the sequel has already been plotted and that the studio’s initial reaction to the suggestion of Michel Gondry as the director was, “Never.”
In The Green Hornet, director Michel Gondry delivers a 21st century blockbuster of the highest order, a thrill ride that will easily measure up alongside the best of this year for its playful execution of a genre tale and its overall gorgeous presentation.
The Seth Rogen-starring action comedy is perfectly excellent the way it is, but would it have been even better with Nicolas Cage instead of Christoph Waltz? According to director Michel Gondry, the answer is a resounding “no.”
Columbia Pictures has released the final poster and three additional stills for The Green Hornet, director Michel Gondry’s adaptation of the 1930s radio serial turned 1960s TV series. The movie, which stars Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Christoph Waltz and Cameron Diaz, opens on Jan. 14.
A new trailer for The Green Hornet strikes a balance of comedy and action, and offers a glimpse of one of Kator’s “time-bending” fight sequences. Directed by Michel Gondry and starring Seth Rogen and Jay Chou, the movie opens on Jan. 14.
Hollywood’s latest technological
fetish fixation has claimed another victim as Sony announced today it will release The Green Hornet in 3D. The decision forces the studio to move the release date from Dec. 22 to Jan. 14 to accommodate the additional work.