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Denzel Washington's The Equalizer Has Found His Enemy
The New Zealander has been in tons of popular films over the past decade or so, though he’s usually kept to more generic roles. He’s currently filming Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and has both Darren Aronofsky’s Noah and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For coming to theaters before Spider-Man.
Chloe Moretz Could Play A Teen Prostitute In The Equalizer With Denzel Washington
Based on a chemistry reading Moretz had with Washington, both the star and the producers were impressed enough with Moretz to give her a shot. They’ll be retooling the character a bit, but she would be playing a young prostitute, drawing instant comparisons to Jodie Foster’s transformational role in Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver.
Training Day Director May Reteam With Denzel Washington On The Equalizer
Washington will be stepping into the shoes of Edward Woodward's Robert McCall a former intelligence officer who works to help disenfranchised people being stepped on and "equalize" the odds.
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' Rupert Wyatt No Longer Directing The Equalizer
The upcoming adaptation of the 80s action television series The Equalizer, which has Denzel Washington set to star, has been having a bit of trouble holding on to a director. At first it looked as though Drive helmer Nicolas Winding Refn was going to make the film...
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Director May Helm Denzel Washington's The Equalizer
Now that he is no longer helming the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the Hollywood is director Rupert Wyatt's oyster. Not only is he coming off a movie that made $481 million at the global box office, Rise was also a smash hit with critics and was one of the best reviewed movies to come out during the summer of 2011, which combined has made Wyatt one of the most sought after filmmakers working right now.
Nicolas Winding Refn Walks Away From The Equalizer
Refn has walked away from The Equalizer, a modernized adaptation of the cult 1980s television series that currently has Denzel Washington attached to star. The main character in The Equalizer is a retired intelligence agent who now assists the downtrodden as a private investigator.
Drive Director Nicolas Winding Refn Selected For The Equalizer, Starring Denzel Washington
In July it was confirmed that Denzel Washington had been set to star in The Equalizer, an adaptation of the action/crime television series from the mid-to-late 1980s that starred Edward Woodward as a retired intelligence agent cum private detective who worked to help his clients "equalize" threatening situations. At the time it was said that Richard Wenk...
Denzel Washington To Be The Equalizer
The past few years, Denzel Washington has settled into a groove of mid-range action thrillers where is husky voice and bursting bravado lend plenty of pop to the otherwise uninspired ventures
Denzel Washington Being Eyed For Adaptation Of The Equalizer
Obviously it sounds like this is far from a done deal, but it's an interesting proposition nonetheless. Washington's record since American Gangster hasn't been that great (mostly because he keeps working with Tony Scott), but this could be a really cool role for him. The only problem I see is the jackasses that come out of the wordwork to say that black actors shouldn't play characters originally played by white actors.
Paul Haggis Lays Out A Plan For His Next Films
As Paul Haggis promotes his latest project, The Next Three Days, we’re hearing more and more about his ambitious plans for the future, specifically a remake of the Spanish thriller Celda 211, a movie version of the TV show
Paul Haggis In Talks To Write Script For The Equalizer With Russell Crowe
How many more of these are we going to have to sit through before we come to a collective realization that 90% of these turn out terrible? If it worked as a television series why spend millions of dollars turning it
Russell Crowe Will Go Vigilante As The Equalizer
Russell Crowe may soon go back to making movies people want to see. Or at least he’ll make movies we haven’t already seen like, you know, Robin Hood