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• It’s a Frat Pack reunion: Vince Vaughn is set to join Old School co-star Will Ferrell in the Paramount comedy Daddy’s Home. Ferrell is expected to star in the movie, which he’s producing with frequent collaborator Adam McKay (Anchorman, The Other Guys). Etan Cohen (yes, Etan, not Oscar-winning dark comedy filmmaker Ethan Cohen) will make his feature directorial debut with the project. Cohen’s screenwriting credits include Tropic Thunder and Men in Black 3. Ferrell will play a mild-mannered radio exec whose life gets turned upside down when his wife’s freeloading ex-husband (Vaughn) re-enters the picture »
- Emily Rome
Laurence Fishburne has signed up to star alongside Brenton Thwaites in Will Eubank’s indie sci-fi thriller The Signal. The story centers on 3 college freshmen who become targets of a rival computer hacker, and who are lured to an abandoned shack in the middle of the desert. Olivia Cooke, Beau Knapp, Sarah Clarke, Lin Shaye and Robert Longstreet round out the cast. No word on what Fishburne's role is yet. Principal photography begins next week in New Mexico, with Automatic and Low Spark producing. FilmDistrict has acquired USA distribution rights for the film which also stars E1 is distributing in the U.K., Canada and Spain. Meanwhile, Image »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Automatic and Low Spark are producing the project.
FilmDistrict has acquired U.S. distribution for “The Signal,” which also stars Olivia Cooke, Beau Knapp, Sarah Clarke of the “Twilight” franchise, Lin Shaye and Robert Longstreet. E1 is distributing in the U.K., Canada and Spain.
Automatik President Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Low Spark President Tyler Davidson are producing. Script is based on an original idea by Eubank and was written by Eubank, David Frigerio and Carlyle Eubank, with revisions by Sebastian Gutierrez.
Story centers on three college freshmen becoming the targets of a rival computer hacker and being lured to an abandoned shack in the middle of the desert.
- Dave McNary
Last year saw the immensely successful Twilight franchise come to an end, with the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, concluding a five-film series that has taken over $3bn. at the box office around the world.
Whilst it’s theatrical run may now be over, it will no doubt live on for years to come – as Harry Potter has, and is likely to continue doing so – with various new editions in the home entertainment market.
Before the release of the final instalment this year, Yahoo Movies report that Summit will be releasing an extended edition of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 on 2nd March in the Us, featuring additional footage, as well as optional audio commentary from director Bill Condon.
“As Twilight series devotees know, there was a lot of ground to cover in adapting Breaking Dawn to the screen,” said Condon. “Between the wedding, the honeymoon, »
- Kenji Lloyd
We've already talked about favorite scenes from The Twilight Saga film franchise, but what about those scenes which translated best from book to screen? ... etween Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Charlie (Billy Burke ... The Twilight Saga: Eclipse: Victoria plays Riley There were actually two scenes in Eclipse wherein Riley (Xavier Samuel) got played by Victoria (Bryce Dallas Howard). The ... version, Bella clasped a scratched, re-written and re-scratched out letter from Jacob (Taylor Lautner) as sh ... scene in past tense in-text, I enjoyed revisiting the dynamic between Bella and her mother Renee (Sarah Clarke) ... Melissa Rosenberg and director Chris Weitz made a nice decision to sink into the Volturi painting to show Carlisle (Peter Facinelli)'s affiliation with and rejection of them. Secondly, the c ... The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2: Bell ... The Twilight Saga: New Moon: Months ticking away ... The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 »
5 items from 2013
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