According to Dr. Seuss in his classic book “The Lorax”, a Sneed is a thing that most everyone needs. If you’re Universal Pictures, however, I bet you’d trade a thousand sneeds for just one good weekend at the box office right about now. Universal is having a bad summer – but they’re still out there looking for a way to turn things around… Perhaps there’s profit in that whole “green” movement we’ve heard so much about? And that’s where the Lorax comes in. The studio is adapting Seuss’ 1971 environmental opus into a 3D CGI animated feature film, according to Variety. “The Lorax” will be co-directed by Chris Renaud, who worked on Seuss’ “Horton Hears a Who”, and is targeted for release on March 2, 2012 – the birthday of Theodore Geisel himself.
Eggers took home the Best Director prize at Sundance for scaring the hell out of everyone there.
Production is expected to begin later this summer. 'Bourne 5' opens on July 29, 2016.
John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein’s reboot is a trip worth taking.
Helen Mirren and Diane Lane also star in the drama about the man who won two Oscars under a pseudonym.
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Michael Shannon, Kirsten Dunst, and Adam Driver lead the original story, which was initially set for release this November.
Kaufman makes his stop-motion animation debut, while Gyllenhaal fronts an intense drama from the director of 'Dallas Buyers Club'.
Ridley Scott's sci-fi film will world premiere in Toronto along with a new documentary from Michael Moore, the Bryan Cranston-fronted 'Trumbo', and more.
The Austin, TX festival kicks off in November.