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'The Dark Tower': Russell Crowe Set To Replace Javier Bardem, Warners May Save The Project

Just in case you were wondering, Ron Howard’s massively ambitious three-film, two-TV series adaptation of Stephen King’s eight-book series The Dark Tower is still possibly happening—after Universal dropped the project, Warner Bros. will decide in the next two weeks whether or not to save it. /Film has it that Warner Bros. is now receiving Akiva [...]
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