In “hey, I’ll give these guys a shot at this” news, Deadline reports that 28 Weeks Later and Intruders director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, newbie screenwriter Joshua Zetumer (he just penned the new Robocop remake), and Even Stevens and Holes star Shia...Show More Summary
Deadline reports that Start Motion Pictures has set 28 WEEKS LATER director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to helm VILLAIN which will star Shia LaBeouf. The film is a psychological thriller written by Josh Zetumer who is also the scribe behind...Show More Summary
Beaks here... On the strength of INTACTO and 28 WEEKS LATER, I am totally game for a new Juan Carlos Fresnadillo film. And wouldn't you know, we've got one on the way! According to Deadline, Shia LaBeouf is set to star in Fresnadillo's...Show More Summary
Deadline reports that 28 Days Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo will direct Shia LaBeouf in Villain, a psychological thriller by Robocop (2014) scribe Josh Zeturner. The film follow two brothers who mysteriously reconnect while in the wilderness. The role of … Continue reading ?
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Start Motion Pictures has set 28 Weeks Later helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to direct and Shia LaBeouf (pictured; Constantine, Transformers, Disturbia) to star in Villain. The psychological thriller is written by RoboCop remake scribe Josh Zetumer, says Deadline. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE:Start Motion Pictures has set 28 Weeks Later helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to direct and Shia LaBeouf to star in Villain, a psychological thriller written by Robocop remake scribe Josh Zetumer. Villain follows two brothers who mysteriously re-connect in an unforgiving wilderness. Show More Summary
Last time we heard about Relativity Media’s reboot (remake?) of The Crow, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo was directing and it was set to star Bradley Cooper in the lead. Which is like [...] The post Your new ‘The Crow’ is… James McAvoy? appeared first on FilmDrunk.
The remake of The Crow — which has director F. Javier Gutierrez attached — has gone through a few iterations over the past couple years. Stephen Norrington and Juan Carlos Fresnadillo have been in talks to direct, and actors such as Bradley Cooper and Mark Wahlberg have been attached to play the lead role, but eventually [...]
The remake of Highlander has been stalled for some time but the last news we heard was that the director of 28 Weeks Later, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, was set to direct it. That no longer appears to be the case as news comes that he has left the project and Highlander is without a director. Show More Summary
Completely disproving the film's familiar tagline, "There can be only Juan," director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo has stepped down from the long-gestating remake of Highlander. The immortal hilarity of that pun was apparently not enoughShow More Summary
You know what the say about The Highlander: There can be only three or so directors who take a stab at rebooting it. Deadline is reporting 28 Days Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo has stepped down from spearheading (swordheading?) the Ryan Reynolds–starring Highlander remake. He and Summit just couldn't settle on a ... More »
If you had to pick one guy to kick off the Highlander remake, would it be director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo or Ryan Reynolds? Exactly. However, according to Deadline Hollywood, it’s Fresnadillo that has left the production due to creative differences with Summit. Show More Summary
The Highlander has taken another head. And by that, I mean the Highlander reboot by Summit Entertainment has lost another potential director. Most recently, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) was set to direct, after having taken over when Justin Lin (The Fast and the Furious franchise) exited. According to today’s report from Deadline Juan [...]
Summit's 'Highlander' reboot (starring Ryan Reynolds) needs a new director, now that Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) has left the project.
The Intruders director is leaving due to creative differences, after spending more than a year working on the remake for Summit. [...]
Briefly: The Highlander remake needs a new director. Most recently, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) was set to direct, after having taken over when Justin Lin (The Fast and the Furious franchise) exited. But now Fresnadillo is out, too. Reportedly the reason he moved on was based in a simple “creative differences” scenario. Fresnadillo wanted [...]
Just when it's off the ground, the forces that be pull you back down... After feeling pretty confident with the hire of Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, word is the Spanish filmmaker has decided to exit Summit's HIGHLANDER reboot. As you know, many people have been attached to the flick, including Ryan Reynolds (who still is) to star. Show More Summary
Ryan Reynolds is still attached to play the lead in the big screen reboot
A little over a year after he first signed on to the project, director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is leaving Summit Entertainment's upcoming reboot of the Highlander franchise. Deadline has the news, saying that, while creative differences...Show More Summary