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More Matrix Movies? Here's What The Trilogy's Producer Thinks
The way things work nowadays, remakes and reboots tend to clog the multiplexes. When Hollywood tries something original, like The Nice Guys for example, audiences basically overlook it in favor of the familiar – from another X-Men movie to the latest Marvel blockbuster.
Joel Silver Sean O'Connell 2016-05-30
The Logan's Run Remake Just Took A Huge Step Forward
A Logan's Run remake has been in the works for well over a decade, and though it has stalled time and time again, the brewing project has just taken a big step forward.
Joel Silver Brent McKnight 2015-07-23
The Escape From New York Remake That No One Wants Is Back On
Joel Silver is planning “an entirely new take on the material,” which was originally about a convict hired to rescue the kidnapped President of the United States from the island of Manhattan which, in the distant future, exists as a walled-off prison for our nation’s worst criminals.
Joel Silver Sean O'Connell 2013-03-18
Ben 10 Live-Action Feature Hires A New Screenwriter
Joel Silver has been trying for a while now to get the popular animated show adapted for cinemas, and now a writer has been hired to rewrite a script already written by someone else. That counts as progress, right?
Joel Silver Nick Venable 2013-02-20
Joel Silver Producing New Supernatural Action Movie Sanctuary
Joel Silver has been responsible for a hell of a lot of our greatest entertainment over the last three decades or so. Starting his career in the late 70s with a role as an associate producer for The Warriors, during the 80s he found talents like Shane Black, and made kickass movies like Die Hard, Predator, Lethal Weapon and Commando. In the late 90s he bet on a pair of sibling directors named Wachowski and the result was The Matrix
Joel Silver Eric Eisenberg 2012-11-13
Ben 10 Live-Action Movie Finds A Screenwriter
The show follows a teenager named Ben Tennyson who is a normal kid until he discovers a device called the Omnitrix. The device gives him the ability to transform into one of ten different alien creatures, all with their own specific abilities. The show lasted four seasons, running from 2005 to 2007. That series has since had a couple spin-offs, including Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien.
Joel Silver Eric Eisenberg 2012-01-30
Warners Action/Comedy Fully Automatic Getting Rewrite By Michael Starrbury
One of the scripts trying to recapture a little bit of that Shane Black magic is Fully Automatic, which pairs two rookie cops with a female Delta Force-r to take down a dangerous mercenary armed with stolen weaponry. The script originated as spec by Randy Feldman in 2002. Feldman is no stranger to the buddy action/comedy genre himself, having written Tango & Cash way back in 1989.
Joel Silver David Wharton 2011-11-04
Warner Bros. Bringing Lew Archer To Screen With The Galton Case
You gotta love a good detective story. Hollywood certainly does, and over the years some of the best fictional detectives have made their way onto TV and movie screens, played by actors ranging from Humphrey Bogart to James Garner. We've seen Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe, Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe, and the troubled, broken men of James Ellroy's worlds.
Joel Silver David Wharton 2011-10-31
The Envoy Delivers Action And Adventure To Joel Silver
If there’s anything Joel Silver doesn’t need, it’s yet another project on his enormous plate. The long time producer has been producing since 1979 (getting started with the classic The Warriors) and has since accumulated a resume of over 100 films, 12 of which are in various stages of production right now. He is legendary, and he’s just added a 13th film to his list of upcoming projects.
Joel Silver Will LeBlanc 2011-10-07
Dominic Cooper In Talks To Star In Albert Hughes' Motor City
It's a real shame, but Dominic Cooper is almost assuredly going to be robbed of an Oscar nomination for his dual performance in The Devil's Double. Between the movie being released in August and only making a little over $1 million at the domestic box office, the Academy will probably look over it in favor or more populist or Oscar-bait-y fare.
Joel Silver Eric Eisenberg 2011-09-28
Ben Affleck May Be Lining Up Action Thriller Line Of Sight
ffleck’s been plenty busy developing his formidable directing resume, and it sounds like the helmer of Gone Baby Gone and The Town is about to add Line of Sight to his credits. THR says Affleck is in negotiations to helm and star in the Joel Silver-produced action thriller for Warner Bros. The story centers on an elite band of soldiers transporting an important load of cargo while contending with a global threat.
Joel Silver Sean O'Connell 2011-08-23
Justin Timberlake Wants To Revive The Buddy Cop Comedy
It probably doesn't mean much good for the actual Lethal Weapon reboot if this project now has a major star attached, but then again that's probably a good thing-- the buddy cop comedy is eternal, but Murtaugh and Riggs deserve to fade into the past with dignity
Joel Silver Katey Rich 2011-07-15
Joel Silver Wants To Turn Ben 10 Into Live Action, Tentpole Blockbuster
The Matrix producer will develop the extremely popular Cartoon Network series into a live-action tentpole series and, according to Variety, would like to distribute it through his longtime collaborating studio, Warner Bros. Silver tells the trade that his sons “clued him in” to the story of a young, courageous hero who’s able to assume the role of 10 sci-fi creatures with the help of a powerful wristwatch device called the Omnitrix.
Joel Silver Sean O'Connell 2011-06-13
Barbra Streisand Considering A Striptease Musical For Joel Silver
Super-producer Joel Silver is heading up an adaptation of the 1959 Broadway musical Gypsy and has Barbra Streisand in talks to star. Apparently they’re still a long way
Joel Silver Josh Tyler 2011-01-06
The Wachowskis To Write And Direct A Modern Robin Hood
When you consider who the director was, Ridley Scott's Robin Hood should have been a lot better than it was. Instead, what audiences received was a fairly humdrum affair. There hasn't been a good Robin
Joel Silver Eric Eisenberg 2010-12-07
Van Damme's Mainstream Comeback May Start In Dragon Eyes
You may not have seen him for awhile, but Jean-Claude Van Damme has been working pretty steadily. Some of it has even been interesting. Note I didn’t say good, or in any way mainstream. But interesting. Now that The Expendables
Joel Silver Josh Tyler 2010-11-14
Warner Bros. And Joel Silver Planning A Don Quixote Adventure Movie
The news that Warner Bros. is eyeing the same material and trying to make a Pirates of the Caribbean-style swashbuckling adventure out of it doesn't guarantee that Gilliam's project will fail, but
Joel Silver Katey Rich 2010-06-11
Joel Silver Wants Logan's Run To Be In 3D, Of Course
Once again, here's news about a film being in 3D that you probably already expected to be anyway. This time it's Logan's Run, the remake of the 70s sci-fi classic
Joel Silver Katey Rich 2010-06-04
Splice Director Natali Wants His Own Take On Swamp Thing
Last summer Joel Silver announced his hopes to make a 3D take on the character, but with no news since then it doesn't sound like Silver would necessarily get in Natali's way
Joel Silver Katey Rich 2010-04-08
Splice's Ending Will Be Tweaked Before Release This Summer
The funny thing about Sundance is that films can debut there to enormous buzz and acclaim, but then show up in theaters months later looking dramatically altered. Just last week we saw the release
Joel Silver Katey Rich 2010-03-09
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