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Albert Hughes To Direct ‘The Fugitive’ Reboot | Film News

  Another day in Hollywood, another reboot. Yet this one is perhaps a little more unexpected. Albert Hughes – who usually collaborates with his brother on Allen on films such as Menace II Society and Dead Presidents – will direct a reboot of The Fugitive for Warner Bros.   The 1993 film starred Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones and[…]

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Warner Bros. Still Hoping For Big Screen ‘Green Lantern’ Reboot | Film News

  2011’s Green Lantern was such an utter mess that it’s become infamous at this point. The CGI suit was a bad idea, people make fun of the fact they teased a sequel that would never happen, and Ryan Reynolds even dunked on it in his other (far more successful) superhero movie, Deadpool. Do you think that’s stopping a Hollywood studio[…]

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Maya Hawke, Charlie Plummer & Andrea Riseborough Join ‘Please Baby Please’ | Film News

  Maya Hawke, Charlie Plummer and Andrea Riseborough have all joined the cast of the romantic drama, Please Baby Please. Amanda Kramer is directing the film which she co-wrote with Noel David Taylor.   The story revolves around newlyweds who witness a murder in “the gritty streets of a surreal 1950s Manhattan” and soon become the dangerous obsession of a[…]

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Will Ferrell & Julia Louis-Dreyfus Comedy ‘Downhill’ Moved To Valentine’s Day | Film News

  Prepare to see some famous faces this Valentine’s Day. Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus‘ comedy Downhill has been moved to February 14, 2020. Perhaps a strange day for release considering the film it’s based off.   Downhill is described as a “biting” comedy, which is no surprise considering it’s a remake of Ruben Ostlund‘s 2014 film Force Majeure. That[…]

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‘Frozen 2’ Breaks Box Office Records On Opening Weekend | Film News

  In its opening weekend, Frozen 2 has already made $350 million (nearly £272 million) worldwide, smashing the record for the biggest opening weekend for an animated film, according to Disney.   The Disney Pixar film has already beaten the likes of Toy Story 4, Incredibles 2, and Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, which made $240.9m, $235.8m and $218.4m[…]

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