I’ve learned over the years that Hanna Barbera, despite their egregious animation shortcuts, is capable of inspiring intense devotion from people who grew up watching their many Saturday AM cartoons. Apparently Brett Ratner is one such devotee as Variety is reporting that he will be producing a live-action feature based on the famed studio’s short-lived 1970s series “Hong Kong Phooey”. The show, about a talking dog living a double life as martial-arts knowing crime fighter, ran for only two seasons on ABC – just long enough to make the show a Hanna Barbera rerun classic. Alex Zamm (“Inspector Gadget 2″) is directing from a script by “Family Guy” executive producer David Goodman, though how they plan on getting a studio interested in updating a series largely unknown to anyone under the age of 30 remains a mystery.
Gal Gadot also gets a new stylish image showing off her Diana Prince character.
Ponsoldt also discusses telling the story from David Lipsky's eyes but also conveying David Foster Wallace's perspective.
'Black Mass' and 'Sicario' will both play at the Toronto International Film Festival before opening in theaters on September 18, 2015.
On today's episode of Collider Movie Talk, the crew discusses Channing Tatum possibly leaving 'Gambit', the trailers for 'The Night Before' and '13 Hours', 'Wonder Woman', and more.
Brad Bird’s film gets 'Mission: Impossible' right by building a team around everything going wrong.
"From tragedy comes opportunity ..."
The interconnected 'Ghostbusters' universe may be happening after all.
The true story drama revolves around the Boston Globe journalists who rocked the world with their investigation.
The World War II film marks Gibson's first directorial effort in nearly a decade.