After a rather drawn-out development period, production is finally underway on director Spike Lee’s remake of director Park Chan-wook’s now-classic 2005 South Korean revenge film Oldboy. Josh Brolin stars as an advertising executive who is kidnapped and imprisoned for 20 years without explanation. He is abruptly released and sets out to discover the who and why of his captivity, running across a social worker (Elizabeth Olsen) and an illusive man (Sharlto Copley) who allegedly holds the key to his salvation.
FilmDistrict announced today that the pic will open on October 11th, 2013. There are currently no other films slated for release at that time, but it puts the redo in a great spot both for commercial success and awards consideration. Samuel L. Jackson and James Ransone round out the impressive cast, and I can’t wait to see how Lee puts his spin on the material.
Bryan Singer also teased what he's got planned for Quicksilver in the new film.
The latest film from the ‘True Detective’ director will premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
The new film from ‘Frank’ director Lenny Abrahamson also stars Joan Allen and Willam H. Macy.
The writer/directors talk about their directorial debut which is now in theaters.
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.
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