Simon Crane, a legendary stunt coordinator who has worked on Titanic, Braveheart and Saving Private Ryan before transitioning to a second unit director, reveals in this preview from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment that he can't believe what the city of Las Vegas is letting them get away with. Paul Greengrass reveals that they were allowed to shut down the entire Las Vegas strip, which was filled with several stunt cars and stunt drivers for this thrilling action sequence. Matt Damon reveals in
The release has plenty of bonuses, including several Bts featurettes, and while it doesn’t have a commentary track, it looks to have quite a lot of interview coverage that possibly manages a lot of what we might get from one anyway.
Take a look at all the details below, and mark your calendar.
Available On Digital HD November 15, 2016
4K Ultra Hdtm, Blu-Ray™, DVD And On Demand December 6, 2016 From Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Matt Damon (Bourne Franchise, The Martian) is back and this time it’s personal in Jason Bourne, the action-packed fifth installment of the blockbuster franchise, coming to Digital HD November 15, 2016 and 4K Ultra HD
Lin – who may also co-finance the movie through his Perfect Storm Entertainment production banner – certainly seems like a good fit for the project, having helmed four instalments of the Fast & Furious franchise from 2006’s Tokyo Drift through to 2013’s Fast & Furious 6. He is also attached to direct Space Jam 2, and his been linked to the live-action Akira adaptation, but Hot Wheels is said to be next on his slate.
The Hot Wheels movie has been in development since 2003, with McG (Charlie’s Angels) originally attached to direct when the project was set up at Columbia. It then moved on to
Directors McG and Simon Crane were previously attached to Hot Wheels. Lin helmed this summer's Star Trek Beyond for Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures' Fast & Furious films.
Lin and his producing partner Troy Craig Poon, and Legendary Pictures will search for a screenwriter to pen Hot Wheels. Lin is expected to film Space Jam 2 starring LeBron James for Warner Bros. Pictures.
Mattel Toys is starting to follow in Hasbro's footsteps by adapting feature-length films based on their popular toy brands. The first major film project is Max Steel, from one of Mattel's action figure lines, which is opening October 14. Various movie
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news, also revealing that Justin Lin and his company Perfect Storm will have the option to co-finance the movie. The director and his partner Troy Craig Poon, along with Legendary, are reportedly searching for a writer to board the project and bring Hot Wheels to life. The report also notes that this project will not be Justin Lin's next directorial effort, as it is still very early in the development process. He is also attached to Space Jam 2, so perhaps
Last we’d heard, Hot Wheels was being directed by prolific stunt coordinator and second unit director Simon Crane, and was set to center on “a washed-up Illinois State Trooper who, after a dangerous military device falls into the hands of a criminal, fights the man his father once ...
THR reports that Lin, who most recently directed Star Trek Beyond, has signed a deal to develop, produce, and direct Hot Wheels for Legendary Entertainment, a movie based on the beloved toy line. This film has been in the works since 2003, with directors like Simon Crane and McG pulling in and then peeling out in recent years. Lin seems like an obvious natural fit to direct the four-wheeled action here, though the storyline remains to be seen; a new writer will be hired soon to take a crack at a script.
One quick thing from THR's report that I thought was worth mentioning: a statistic they quote about the prevalence of
The Hollywood Reporter has the scoop, confirming that Lin, no stranger to the genre after a long career on Universal’s Fast and Furious franchise, has struck a deal to direct, develop and produce the adaptation via his Perfect Storm Entertainment banner, lending the project its first tangible lease of life since 2014. Then, it was director Simon Crane who came attached to Hot Wheels at Legendary, after the studio had snapped up rights from Columbia some years before.
That all changes today. With Lin at the helm and his producing partner Troy Craig Poon by his side, the search is on for a writer to steer Hot Wheels onto the starting grid as Legendary eyes a sizeable blockbuster. Falling into
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The Jason Bourne cast is made up of names like Alicia Vikander, Scott Shepherd, Tommy Lee Jones and Julia Stiles, so there are a lot of reasons to be excited for the movie beyond just this sure to be memorable action sequence. Still, based on past experience, it’s pretty much a guarantee that it will end up being the biggest talking point when all is said and done.
Despite being rumoured for years, it seemed like another instalment of the franchise revolving around the character it’s named after was never going to happen.
On Friday we learned that "Bourne" film series scribe Tony Gilroy had come onboard to help with re-writes. Now, THR reports that not only will Gilroy's role be more extensive than that, he'll be joined by someone else.
The trade says that along with re-writes Gilroy will be behind the camera during additional filming, supervising the reshoots, while veteran stunt coordinator and second unit director Simon Crane ("Edge of Tomorrow,
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this week that the Los Angeles City Council, in a unanimous vote, approved plans for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Construction will begin this summer, and ceremonial groundbreaking festivities will occur this fall.
“I am thrilled that Los Angeles is gaining another architectural and cultural icon,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti. “My office of economic development has worked directly with the museum’s development team to ensure that the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will create jobs, support tourism, and pay homage to the industry that helped define our identity as the creative capital of the world.”
“We are grateful to our incredible community of supporters who have helped make this museum a reality,” said Dawn Hudson, the Academy’s CEO. “Building this museum has been an Academy
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