If you’re wondering why they want to remake what many consider a minor action classic, Deadline reports that Ayer, a former Navy man, will bring “real-world spin on this original premise” and that his “protagonist will be less brawny, but more skilled in covert tactics and weaponry.” Considering that much the original film’s appeal was its slightly goofy tone, which would dance up to the boarder of self-parody before moving back, the idea of a more real-world spin on the material sounds counter-intuitive to me.
Actor/writer/director Alex Winter, best known as being the non-keanu Reeves half of Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure, has been signed to script a remake of Rock And Roll High School for talk radio superstar Howard [click for more]
I really think that I’m getting “Remake Fatigue.” I just can’t even work up the energy to write something sarcastic or annoyed by this news of yet another horror film remake. I’ll just give you [click for more]
When Disturbia was released last year, many folks noted the amazing number of similarities between the Shia LaBeouf movie and director Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 classic Rear Window. Well, it looks like the copyright holder of [click for more]