A remake of the 1986 classic HIGHLANDER has been trudging its way through development hell for about ten years. At one point, the remake was going to be directed by the FAST & FURIOUS franchise's Justin Lin, at another it was going to star Ryan Reynolds, with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo at the helm. Show More Summary
Justin Lin will direct the pilot episode of the series The post Jay Hernandez Cast in Title Role for Magnum P.I. Reboot appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The original show ran from 1980-1988 and starred Tom Selleck The post Justin Lin Set to Direct Magnum P.I. Reboot Pilot for CBS appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Fast & the Furious’ Justin Lin will direct CBS’ Magnum P.I. pilot from Peter Lenkov (Hawaii Five-O), Davis Entertainment (The Blacklist) and CBS TV Studios. Lin and Danielle Woodrow also will executive produce via Lin’s Perfect Storm...Show More Summary
Tyrese Gibson has stated on Instagram that he had a "heart to heart" with one of Dwayne Johnson's associates. Gibson is excited that director Justin Lin, who has directed four "Fast and Furious" movies in the past, is returning to direct...Show More Summary
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Vin Diesel announced on Facebook that franchise veteran Justin Lin will return to direct Fast and Furious 9 and Fast and Furious 10.
Vin Diesel took to Facebook to announce two big massive returning talents to the Fast & Furious franchise for the final two installments. While on the set for Fast & Furious 9, actor Vin Diesel said: “You wanted 9 and 10 to be incredible? We’ve heard your concerns about the saga and where it needs to […]
There may have been some behind-the-scenes conflicts within the Fast and Furious franchise lately, but Vin Diesel is eager to recapture what initially made that family tick. That means bringing back Justin Lin, the director who revitalized the Fast and Furious series and transformed it into the high-octane heist series it is today. Show More Summary
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Seven scribe Andrew Kevin Walker has been tapped to pen a new adaptation of the manga Lone Wolf and Cub. Previously adapted into a six-film series in the 1970s, the new take on Lone Wolf and Cub will be produced by Justin Lin, who will likely direct as well. Show More Summary
Rumours have been circling about Western adaptations of Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima's seminal manga epic Lone Wolf and Cub for years at this point. But the latest attempt is now underway at Paramount, with a little help from Aquaman and Star Trek. Beyond's Justin Lin. More »
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Seven screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker has come aboard the long-gestating Lone Wolf and Cub adaptation, with Justin Lin attached to direct.
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Warrior, Cinemax’s upcoming Tong Wars drama series from Fast & Furious‘ Justin Lin and Banshee co-creator Jonathan Tropper, has assembled an international cast, led by British actor Andrew Koji, and has tapped Assaf Bernstein (Netflix’s Fauda) to direct. Show More Summary
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Jackie Chan confirms Rush Hour 4 is in development. Justin Lin may direct Fast and Furious 9. T2 villain Robert Patrick says he would return in Terminator 6. Director Kevin Smith starts scouting for the Jay and Silent Bob reboot. Show More Summary
By Sheryl Oh Lin is back to his Asian-American underdog roots with his new Chinatown bank prosecution picture. The article We Need More Filmmakers Like Justin Lin to Explore Asian-Americana appeared first on Film School Rejects.
At one point, the third film in the rebooted STAR TREK franchise was going to be directed by Roberto Orci from a screenplay he was writing with JD Payne and Patrick McKay. Orci ended up being replaced by Justin Lin and the screenplay was scrapped, with Simon Pegg and Doug Jung taking over to write what became STAR TREK BEYOND. Show More Summary
We last saw Jeremy Renner in the Bourne universe back in 2012, when Universal stepped away from the Jason Bourne storyline to give us a story centered on Aaron Cross, another black ops agent played by Renner.