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Paramount Picks Up Comic Book Movie ‘Harbinger’ From Sony | Film News

  Harbinger, the adaptation of a superhero comic published by Valiant Entertainment, has moved from Sony to Paramount. The project was initially going to be shot this summer, but is no longer on the fast track. The plan is for the project to have a short development process at Paramount before moving forward with the same creative team.   That[…]

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‘IT’ Director Shares New Ideas For Supercut | Film News

  The love for Pennywise the Clown doesn’t seem to have an end. After the success of the first It movie (1990), an adaptation of the homonymous novel by Stephen King, and the success of the new two new movies It: Chapter One and Chapter Two (despite the second movie failing to hit the same heights at the box office),[…]

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Miles Joris-Peyrafitte To Direct Margot Robbie’s ‘Tank Girl’ | Film News

  Margot Robbie has tapped Miles Joris-Peyrafitte to direct a Tank Girl movie she’s producing via her LuckyChap Entertainment banner. Alan Martin, who co-created Tank Girl with Jamie Hewlett in the late 80s, tweeted earlier this week that Robbie’s production company had optioned the rights to his comic, a cult favourite.   The comic follows a tank operator who travels[…]

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‘Isn’t It Romantic’ & ‘Final Girls’ Director In Talks To Helm ‘Zombie Brother’ | Film News

  Isn’t It Romantic and Finals Girls director Todd Strauss-Schulson in talks to direct Zombie Brother, an action-comedy from STX Films. It’s an adaptation of China-based Tencent’s digital comic book of the same name, which has garnered more than 24 billion views over 241 episodes.   The comic has already been adapted into an animated series that has attracted more[…]

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‘Face/Off’ Remake In The Works At Paramount | Film News

  A remake of John Woo‘s 1997 action epic Face/Off is reportedly in the works at Paramount. Oren Uziel will write the script, while Fast and Furious franchise producer Neal Moritz will produce.   The original film starred Nicolas Cage and John Travolta duelling as FBI agent Sean Archer and homicidal terrorist Castor Troy, who assume each other’s identities to take[…]

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