"Lethal Weapon," "Westworld" Rebooted

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With the departure of longtime studio executive Jessica Goodman, Warner Bros Pictures are looking into reboots of a few high-profile titles she had in her portfolio which are now being reassigned to new executives reports Heat Vision.

The biggest surprise inclusion in the list is a reboot of "Lethal Weapon", the 80's action franchise about mismatched cops which benefitted great ...


Warner Bros. Pictures Plans Young Al Capone Biopic

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Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up "Cicero", a script by Walon Green ("The Wild Bunch," "Eraser," "Robocop 2") about Al Capone's origins reports Variety.

The story details Capone's rise from the slums of Brooklyn to the head of the criminal underworld in Chicago during Prohibition. In order to operate outside Chicago city limits, Capone set up headquarters in the suburban city of Cicero and to ...


The Wild Bunch

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A team of common wildflowers and plants are attacked by an evil army of genetically modified cornstalks.

Director: Douglas Wood
Writer(s): Philip LaZebnik
Cast: Abigail Breslin, Willem Dafoe, Willie Nelson, Elizabeth Hurley, Chris Klein

Release Date: To Be Announced
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Abigail Breslin Has A Packed Schedule

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Abigail Breslin Has A Packed Schedule

"Little Miss Sunshine and "Nim's Island" star Abigail Breslin has setup three roles for her upcoming future, two of which are animated reports Variety.

The live action one though is quite different - she's in talks to join the Sony Pictures horror comedy "Zombieland" opposite Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Emma Stone.

Set in a world overrun by zomb ...


RocknRolla

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RocknRolla
Review (8/10)
(By Liam Cullin)

I've always thought that being a movie director must be a tricky business. You make your name on the movies you create, and if they are successful, people want you to continue making similar movies. And if you try to branch off and do something your audience might not expect, you're not always going to get the results you want. And if you fail, the tricky part is trying to regain the confidence of the audience that discovered you in the first place. Guy Ritc ...