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Paramount Scraps David Fincher’s ‘World War Z 2’ | Film News

  It looks like David Fincher: blockbuster filmmaker may never become a reality. The acclaimed director has flirted with big tentpole projects over the years, including Mission: Impossible 3 and Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, but they’ve always seemed to fall through.   Then a few years ago came the announcement that he’d be re-teaming with Brad Pitt to[…]

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James Mangold To Direct Disney’s ‘Captain Nemo’ | Film News

  A couple of weeks ago, it was announced that X-Men director Bryan Singer had laid plans to make 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea; a story which features Captain Nemo and his ship, the Nautilus. Now, in what is an unusual parallel, it has been announced that The Wolverine director, James Mangold, has been brought on to direct Disney’s Captain Nemo.   Having been in[…]

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Oscar Award Winning Editor ‘High Noon’ Elmo Williams Dies Aged 102 | Film News

  Elmo Williams, the Academy Award-winning editor of the classic western High Noon, died yesterday, November 25. He was 102. Among the films he edited were 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954), The Vikings (1958), and Design For Death (1947).   He did a remarkable job on High Noon (1952), acclaimed to this day for ratcheting up the tension in the[…]

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Brian Singer Will Submerge With ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ | Film News

  “A journey fraught with peril and tension” could well describe the plot of 20,ooo Leagues Under the Sea, Brian Singer‘s next directorial feature. However, it could more accurately be used to describe the development hell the project has gone through. Based on Jules Verne‘s classic science-fiction adventure of the same name, the adaptation was originally attached to David Fincher for Disney. After casting[…]

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‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ To Be Filmed In Australia | Film News

  Let’s face it – a sequel in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise would not be a cheap project to undertake, and needs to be funded somehow. Well, Variety reports that Australia’s federal government has agreed to provide $20.2 million in order to ensure that the film will be filmed in Australia. Originally, this sum of money was supposed[…]

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