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15 items from 2011


Tarsem Singh to Follow Mirror, Mirror With Killing on Carnival Row; Would "Love to Direct" Samurai Jack Adaptation

18 November 2011 8:53 AM, PST | Reelzchannel.com | See recent ReelzChannel news »

Even though his latest movie, the swords-and-sandals epic Immortals, just opened in theaters and he's deep into post-production on his next movie, the Snow White adaptation Mirror, Mirror, director Tarsem Singh is already lining up his next, next movie...and maybe even the movie after that one. According to Deadline, Singh is attached to direct Killing on Carnival Row, a "noir-style fantasy thriller" from Clash of the Titans (remake) and Pacific Rim screenwriter Travis Beacham. In addition, Singh recently revealed that his dream project would be to direct a feature adaptation of Genndy Tartakovsky's stylish action-adventure cartoon Samurai Jack.

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Tarsem Makes A "Killing On Carnival Row"

18 November 2011 8:20 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"Immortals" and "Mirror Mirror" director Tarsem Singh is showing no signs of slowing down his recent rapid succession of projects says Deadline.

Tarsem is now attached to the noir-style fantasy thriller "Killing On Carnival Row" which was originally set up by producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson six years ago at New Line.

"Clash of the Titans" and "Pacific Rim" writer Travis Beacham's script is set in a future city called Burgue which resembles 18th century London, albeit one populated by both humans and other creatures. It's in this setting that a serial killer is on the loose.

Guillermo Del Toro and Neil Jordan came close to making the film but Singh looks like a more certain option. »

- Garth Franklin

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Tarsem Singh plans Killing on Carnival Row

18 November 2011 7:53 AM, PST | Corona's Coming Attractions | See recent Corona's Coming Attractions news »

One of the most original fantasy screenplays of recent years is picking up more of a change to get eventually made into a movie.

Six years ago would-be screenwriter Travis Beacham made some noise in Hollywood when his spec screenplay Killing on Carnival Row started making the rounds around the town. Set in a dark and disturbing city that resembled 19th century London, except that its population was made up of beings best found in fantasy tales, Beacham's story centered on detectives investigating the brutal and horrific murders of fairies. Killing on Carnival Row was like Seven meets Lord of the Rings, and it caught the attention of a lot of people.

The script sold to producer Arne and Anne Kopelson, and it brought Beacham writing assignments like the remakes of Clash of the Titans, Disney's The Black Hole and the giant monster movie Pacific Rim. Unfortunately, for the past »

- Patrick Sauriol

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Tarsem Eyes Killing On Carnival Row

17 November 2011 10:21 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

After lingering around the dusty halls of development hell for six years, Travis Beacham’s attention-grabbing first script Killing On Carnival Row might finally have found a director to drag it on to the screen. Deadline reports that Tarsem Singh – the man behind Immortals – is attached to make it.And given Carnival Row’s concept, it certainly sounds like something the visual-obsessed director could work with. Set in an undetermined future, the action takes place in a city called the Burge, a place that oddly looks like 18th century London. There, strange creatures share the streets with humans, but everyone is terrified by a serial killer stalking the darker areas.Beacham originally sold the script to producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson and New Line quickly brought it to the attention of Guillermo del Toro, who coincidentally is now directing Beacham's Pacific Rim screenplay. But that was back when The Hobbit »

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'Immortals' Director To Commit A 'Killing On Carnival Row'

17 November 2011 4:44 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Despite telling THR that he wants to tackle something different because "all everyone wants to think is that I want to do visual films," Deadline reports that director Tarsem Singh has signed on for something that sounds to be in line with his previous work, a film titled 'Killing On Carnival Row.'Scripted by Travis Beacham, ('Dog Days of Summer,' 'Clash of the Titans' 'Pacific Rim') the film is said to take place in the futuristic city of Burgue that is very remincent of 18th century London. The inhabitants are a combination of creatures and humans. As the title implies, among them is a serial killer. Of Singh taking the position, producers working on the film, Arnold and Anne Kopelson said: "I am thrilled that Tarsem will direct Carnival Row, which we’ve been developing over the past six years. His extraordinary visual sense and »

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Tarsem Following ‘Mirror, Mirror’ With ‘Killing on Carnival Row’

17 November 2011 3:27 PM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

All things considered, it’s been something of a mixed week for Tarsem. His first film in about five years, Immortals, opened to mostly negative reviews but general box office success, an event which was soon followed by the disastrous trailer for his Snow White picture, Mirror, Mirror.

Let’s add another positive to this uneven scale, since Deadline reports that the filmmaker has landed his next film, Killing on Carnival Row, for producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson. Though the project isn’t currently set up at a studio, the former claims to be in talks with one at the moment, expecting “to begin production on the noir-style fantasy thriller next June in New Orleans.” Some extra digging on the project tells us that it’s “[s]et in a fantasy world where humans live side by side with mystical creatures, a serial killer is on the loose murdering faeries,” and »

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Tarsem Singh Signs On to Direct Travis Beacham's Killing on Carnival Row

17 November 2011 3:11 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Say what you will about Immortals. Odd casting choices and historical inaccuracies aside, it looks simply amazing. As have both of director Tarsem Singh's previous films (The Cell, The Fall). While we wait to see what develops with his upcoming Mirror, Mirror, news of his next project has broken, and it sounds right up our alley.

According to Deadline Singh has become attached to Killing on Carnival Row, a script by Travis Beacham (Clash of the Titans, Pacific Rim) that producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson originally set up six years ago.

The script takes place in the future in a city called the Burgue, which looks a lot like 18th Century London. It is inhabited by humans and other creatures, and a serial killer is on the loose. “I am thrilled that Tarsem will direct Carnival Row, which we’ve been developing over the past six years,” Arnold Kopelson said. »

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Tarsem Singh to Direct Killing On Carnival Row

17 November 2011 3:11 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

With his Greek-inspired epic Immortals currently in theaters and his take on Snow White, Mirror, Mirror, slated to release in March, director Tarsem Singh is setting his sights on the future. Singh is now reportedly attached to direct Killing on Carnival Row, a spec script by Travis Beacham (Clash of the Titans) that was originally set up six years ago. The noir fantasy-thriller revolves around a serial killer loose in Burgue, a future city that resembles 18th century London and is inhabited by both humans and other creatures. Producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson previously had the project set up at New Line and were close to production with directors Guillermo del Toro, whose Pacific Rim was also written by Beacham, and Neil Jordan (The Brave One). Hit the jump to hear what they had to say about Singh and Killing on Carnival Row. Deadline first reported on Singh’s new »

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Tarsem Singh to Direct Noirish Fantasy Thriller ‘Killing on Carnival Row’

17 November 2011 3:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

For years we didn't hear much at all about Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall). But his new film Immortals opened a week ago to generally negative opinion (I liked it more than most [1], though I'll never argue that it is 'good') and the trailer [2] for his family-oriented Snow White comedy Mirror, Mirror just hit this week. Now we've got word on a possible next film from the visually obsessive director: the noirish fantasy thriller Killing on Carnival Row, penned by Pacific Rim writer Travis Beacham. The script has been around for a few years -- it was Beacham's first big sale years ago -- and has had people like Neil Jordan and Guillermo del Toro attached to direct. Deadline [3] says that producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson are in talks with a studio to make the film, though they wouldn't reveal which one. The story takes place in a city named the Burgue, »

- Russ Fischer

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‘Immortals’ Helmer Tarsem Singh Boards ‘Killing On Carnival Row’

17 November 2011 2:09 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Tarsem Singh, whose latest film Immortals just opened and who follows with the Julia Roberts-starrer Snow White film Mirror, Mirror, has become attached to Killing on Carnival Row. That is a script by Travis Beacham that producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson originally set up six years ago. It was a hot spec and the very first sale for Beacham, whose subsequent credits include Clash of the Titans, Pacific Rim, the Disney remake Black Hole, and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Fox. The Kopelsons, who originally set it at New Line, have gotten close to making the film with Guillermo Del Toro and Neil Jordan, but they feel that Singh will put them over the top. Arnold Kopelson said he’s in talks with a studio he wouldn’t reveal but expects to begin production on the noir-style fantasy thriller next June in New Orleans. He’s starting to cast. »

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Tarsem Singh to Direct Killing on Carnival Row

17 November 2011 2:02 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Tarsem Singh (Immortals) has signed on to direct Killing on Carnival Row, which has been in development since November 2005.

Travis Beacham wrote the script, which is set in a mystical city dubbed Burgue, where both humans and bizarre creatures co-exist. The plot centers around a serial killer roaming the streets of Burgue. Killing on Carnival Row is the first script Travis Beacham sold, which paved the way for his work on Clash of the Titans, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and Pacific Rim.

Arnold Kopelson and Anne Kopelson are producing Killing on Carnival Row. The producers are currently in talks with a studio for Killing on Carnival Row, although nothing is finalized yet. Arnold Kopelson and Anne Kopelson are planning to begin production next June in New Orleans.

Killing on Carnival Row is in development . »

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From Immortals to Snow White to a Killing On Carnival Row

17 November 2011 11:12 AM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson (Pacific Rim, Black Hole) have been trying to get their film Killing On Carnival Row made for six years now. From a script by Travis Beacham (Clash Of The Titans), the film takes place "in the future in a city called the Burgue, which looks a lot like 18th Century London. It is inhabited by humans and other creatures [faries, elves, vampires], and a serial killer is on the loose." While Tarsem Singh first drew notice from The »

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Tarsem Singh to direct Killing On Carnival Row

17 November 2011 8:29 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Killing on Carnival Row snags Immortals, Mirror Mirror director Tarsem Singh Tarsem Singh is on a roll. Currently sitting in first place with Relativity Media's Immortals epic adventure starring Henry Cavill (Superman in Man of Steel), and will most likely be on top again for Mirror Mirror; another Relativity release. Now, according to Deadline, Singh's attached to Killing on Carnival, scripted by Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, Clash of the Titans, Black Hole reboot). Arnold Kopelson, who produces along with Anne Kopelson, said he's in talks with a studio, but didn't say who and filming should start sometime in June in New Orleans. Script tells of a place called Burgue, consisting of humans and other creatures, which looks a like 18th Century London, and has a serial killer on the loose »

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Tarsem Singh to direct Killing On Carnival Row

17 November 2011 8:29 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Killing on Carnival Row snags Immortals, Mirror Mirror director Tarsem Singh Tarsem Singh is on a roll. Currently sitting in first place with Relativity Media's Immortals epic adventure starring Henry Cavill (Superman in Man of Steel), and will most likely be on top again for Mirror Mirror; another Relativity release. Now, according to Deadline, Singh's attached to Killing on Carnival, scripted by Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, Clash of the Titans, Black Hole reboot). Arnold Kopelson, who produces along with Anne Kopelson, said he's in talks with a studio, but didn't say who and filming should start sometime in June in New Orleans. Script tells of a place called Burgue, consisting of humans and other creatures, which looks a like 18th Century London, and has a serial killer on the loose »

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Tarsem Singh to direct Killing On Carnival Row

17 November 2011 8:29 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Killing on Carnival Row snags Immortals, Mirror Mirror director Tarsem Singh Tarsem Singh is on a roll. Currently sitting in first place with Relativity Media's Immortals epic adventure starring Henry Cavill (Superman in Man of Steel), and will most likely be on top again for Mirror Mirror; another Relativity release. Now, according to Deadline, Singh's attached to Killing on Carnival, scripted by Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, Clash of the Titans, Black Hole reboot). Arnold Kopelson, who produces along with Anne Kopelson, said he's in talks with a studio, but didn't say who and filming should start sometime in June in New Orleans. Script tells of a place called Burgue, consisting of humans and other creatures, which looks a like 18th Century London, and has a serial killer on the loose »

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