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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.
Fans have demanded a sequel to Space Jam for over two decades, to what's taking so long? Space Jam 2 director Justin Lin finally has some answers.
Hot Wheels director Justin Lin assures fans of the classic toy car that the movie is still moving forward in a big way.
Director Justin Lin offers a hefty update on Space Jam 2, breaking down the logistics of why it hasn't happened it.
According to director Justin Lin, Space Jam 2 will definitely still happen, but don't expect it anytime soon. The post Justin Lin Shares Space Jam 2 Update appeared first on CBR.
Justin Lin was on a Television Critics Association panel for the new CBS reboot of S.W.A.T., for which he directed the pilot. Afterwards, he spoke with reporters about his feature film projects. He said he will shoot an indie movie in...Show More Summary
When Justin Lin first arrived, I felt like he had ruined his first movie with that one spinning shot. It felt like he was showing off, undercutting the emotion of his scene for a visual trick. It felt like he wasn't paying attention to the work he was supposed to be doing.
EXCLUSIVE: Director Ava DuVernay will give the commencement speech this year for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, with the ceremony Friday also set to honor writer-director Justin Lin with the Distinguished Alumni Award...Show More Summary
'Warrior' has been given a 10-episode order after having been first developed at the HBO sibling in 2015. read more
EXCLUSIVE: Cinemax has given a 10-episode straight-to-series order to 19th century crime drama Warrior, inspired by an idea from Bruce Lee, created and executive produced by Banshee co-creator Jonathan Tropper and executive producerShow More Summary
Connecting retrospective and introspective points of view, the 33rd edition of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival begins with Thursday’s opening night gala, a 15th anniversary screening of Justin Lin’s “Better Luck Tomorrow.” Screening 180 films from 33 countries over the next two weeks,...
Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is maybe the purest Fast and Furious movie. For starters, there’s a real passion for driving in Justin Lin‘s sequel; it’s not about saving the world. It’s still a crime story, but a crime story withShow More Summary
Justin Lin was the third director in the Fast & Furious franchise but he seemed to be the first one who truly knew how to treat the series. The post The Greatest Superhero Franchise: The Fast and the Furious Part 2 appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Warner Bros. has been “courting” filmmakers for so long that I’m beginning to wonder what’s scaring everyone off? Back in June, the studio was allegedly targeting Justin Lin, director of many Fast and Furious films, such as The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift through Fast & Furious 6, as well as Star Trek Beyond. It appears they’ve moved on […]
Peter Onorati (Murder in the First) is set as a series regular opposite Shemar Moore on CBS drama pilot S.W.A.T., executive produced by The Shield creator Shawn Ryan, Neal H. Moritz, Justin Lin and Aaron Rahsaan Thomas. Written by Thomas and directed by Lin and inspired by the 2003 film, S.W.A.T. Show More Summary