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Actor Liam Neeson ("Darkman") is in talks to re-team with "A-Team" director Joe Carnahan for the 'survival drama' "The Grey", first reported by Sneak Peek in February, based on a screenplay by Carnahan and Ian Mackenzie Jeffers, who wrote the original short story.
Premise follows pipeline workers who survive in the Alaskan wild after a plane crash.
Neeson will play the leader of the group, that is systematically attacked by a pack of vicious 'gray wolves', social predators that live in nuclear families, feeding on prey, which they hunt by wearing them down in short chases.
Inferno has backed the film's $34 million budget, taking foreign distribution, with pre-sales in place for the UK, France, Australia, Latin America and Middle East.
Production will start in British Columbia, »
- Michael Stevens
Liam Neeson is in talks to reteam with director Joe Carnahan for the survival drama "The Grey."According to The Hollywood Reporter, Neeson would play the role originally set to be played by Bradley Cooper.Inferno Entertainment.s Bill Johnson is producing with Carnahan and Jules Daly. Ridley and Tony Scott are also producing through their Scott Free Productions. Carnahan and Ian Jeffers wrote the script.The story focuses on the members of an oil drilling team lead by Neeson.s character, who find themselves under attack by vicious wolves after their plane crashes in Alaska.Earlier this summer, Neeson starred in the Carnahan-directed "The A-Team," opposite Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel and Sharlto Copley. »
- Adnan Tezer
Neeson will replace Bradley Cooper, who was originally tipped to star when the project was first announced at the Berlin Film Festival earlier this year.
Carnahan, who directed Neeson in The A-Team, wrote the script for The Grey with Ian Jeffers. The story centers on a man (Neeson) and his oil drilling team who find themselves struggling to survive in the wild, after their plane crashes down in Alaska. The men come under attack by large, vicious wolves who see the humans as intruders who must be killed.
THR reported this one. »
- Jamie Neish
Joe Carnahan and Liam Neeson, sounds like a familiar combination doesn't it? That's because the two teamed up to make "The A-Team" that was released earlier this summer to get not-so-great results box office-wise. Despite that, it's not stopping Carnahan from trying to get Neeson back on another one of his films. He's in the middle of casting for "The Grey", a survival drama that he's making and has Neeson in mind for the lead role. "The Grey" is co-written by Ian Jeffers and Carnahan, focusing on a plane that goes down in Alaska with a man (Neeson) and his oil drilling team who find themselves struggling to survive in the wild. The men come under attack by large, vicious, aggressive wolves who see the humans as intruders who must be killed.Since "Selma" is currently on hiatus at the moment and Neeson's already filmed his role in "Unknown White Male »
Neeson will play the lead of an oil drilling team who find themselves struggling to survive in the Alaskan wild after their plane goes down. They're soon hunted by aggressive wolves intent on killing the human intruders.
- Garth Franklin
I generally don’t have very nice things to say about Liam Neeson. However, his representation of Hannibal Smith for Joe Carnahan‘s The A-Team was solidly entertaining, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of the TV show character. It seems now the two will be working together once more. THR is reporting that Neeson is in negotiations to star in Carnahan‘s The Grey.
The Grey, penned by Carnahan and Ian Jeffers is a survival story about a plane crash and the subsequent antics in the Alaskan wild. A team of oil workers, presumably led by Neeson‘s character, must fend of wild animals and the weather (it is Alaska, after all).
Bradley Cooper was supposed to star before negotiations fell through. I am not sure what kind of role translates very well between Cooper and Liam Neeson but it really seems like producers Scott Free, Jules Daly, and Bill Johnson »
- Eric Seemiller
Liam Neeson is in negotiations to re-team with "A-Team" director Joe Carnahan for the survival drama "The Grey," which is being produced by Ridley and Tony Scott. Co-written by Carnahan and Ian Jeffers (Death Sentence), the story begins after a plane goes down in Alaska, with a man (Neeson) and his oil drilling team find themselves struggling to survive in the wild. The men come under attack by large, vicious, aggressive wolves who see the humans as intruders who must be killed. Neeson is stepping in for "A-Team" co-star Bradley Cooper, who was set to star in "The Grey" when it was first announced earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festival. »
Liam Neeson is in talks to star in survival drama 'The Grey'. The 58-year-old actor would reunite with 'The A-Team' director Joe Carnahan on the project, which tells the story of a group of pipeline workers in Alaska who struggle to survive after their plane crashes. The group then come under attack from pack of wolves, leading Neeson to become leader of his group in an effort for him to get home to the woman he loves, The Wrap reports. Carnahan wrote the screenplay with Ian Mackenzie Jeffers, the writer of the original short story on which the movie is based. The .. »
Joe Carnahan will direct from a script he co-wrote with Ian Jeffers. The story centers around Liam Neeson's character, an oil driller who has to survive with his team when their plane crashes in Alaska. The men also come across a pack of deadly wolves who hunt them down one by one.
No production schedule was revealed, but we'll be sure to keep you updated with any further news regarding The Grey as soon as it becomes available.
In “Grey,” Neeson leads a group of pipeline workers in the Alaska wilderness after their plane crashes. Relentless to make it home to the woman he loves, Neeson and co. must deal with a pack of wolves along the way.
Ridley and Tony Scott are producing with Carnahan looking to shoot early next year once he lands more cast members.
“The A-Team” bombed at the domestic box office making just over $77 million from a lofty budget of $110 million. Apparently, U.S. moviegoers didn’t want to see the big screen version of the ‘80s TV show.
Empire Online had the news.
Liam Neeson is in negotiations to re-team with his A-Team director Joe Carnahan for the survival drama The Grey, an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap. Carnahan co-wrote the screenplay with Ian Mackenzie Jeffers, who wrote the original short story that the script is based on. The story follows a team of pipeline workers who struggle to survive in the Alaskan wild after their plane crashes there. The men come under attack from a pack of vicious wolves who view the humans as intruders who must be killed. Neeson will play the team leader, who aches to reunite with the woman he loves. The project was originally announced with Bradley Cooper attached (another A-Team star) back in February. It sounds like one was replaced for another. »
It looks like Liam Neeson had a blast making The A-Team with Joe Carnahan, because he’s apparently in negotiations to join the director’s next project, survival drama The Grey.The Wrap reports that Neeson is close to locking in a deal to play the team leader to a group of pipeline workers who become stranded in the Alaska wilderness after their plane crashes.Just trying to stay alive in the harsh conditions is bad enough, but then they come under attack from a pack of dangerous wolves who decide that the humans are intruding on their territory and must be destroyed (kinda harsh towards wolves, which aren't that bad usually). We’d make some joke here about Neeson employing a particular set of skills, but we know we swore to lay off that one. What we do know is he’ll have a reason to live – he’s »
Bradley Cooper is 35. His A-Team co-star, Liam Neeson is 58. Their A-Team director Joe Carnahan (41) finds Neeson to be a perfectly suitable replacement for Cooper in his survival drama, The Grey. This isn’t the most drastic retooling Hollywood has ever done (a pre-Jolie Salt was originally intended for Tom Cruise), but I find it significant. Maybe in return, Cooper can fill in for Neeson on Steven Spielberg’s Abraham Lincoln biopic.
Per Heat Vision, the script from Carnahan and Ian Jeffers (Death Sentence) begins with a plane crash in Alaska: “A man (Neeson) and his oil drilling team find themselves struggling to survive in the wild. The men come under attack by large, vicious, aggressive wolves who see the humans as intruders who must be killed.” Though Cooper may have the vitality of youth on his side, I actually buy Neeson more as a badass wolf killer. I’m sure »
- Brendan Bettinger
After leading the infamous A-Team in the big screen adaptation of the classic TV series, Heat Vision reports Liam Neeson will be leading a team of a different sort in director Joe Carnahan's (also of Narc, Smokin' Aces) next project The Grey. Described as "existentialist kind of drama" which Carnahan wrote himself, the story follows a group of pipeline workers in Alaska flying back into civilization after working for number of months. The 737 they're on goes down, and they're then hunted by a pack of rogue wolves. Neeson replaces another member of The A-Team, actor Bradley Cooper, who was previously slated to star in the same role. Ridley and Tony Scott are producing via their Scott Free banner and writer Ian Jeffers also helped write the script with Carnahan. The project is yet another in the recent line of films to place the 58 year-old actor in intense, action-packed »
- Ethan Anderton
Liam Neeson looks likely to take on the lead in The Grey , says a report at Heat Vision . The film, to be helmed by Joe Carnahan and written by Carnahan and Ian Jeffers, was originally announced with Bradley Cooper in the starring role of an oil driller who leads a group of Alaskan plane crash survivors against a pack of wolves. Neeson is now in talks to replace Cooper in the Scott Free production. Neeson most recently appeared in The A-Team , also directed by Carnahan. »
Director Joe Carnahan (Narc), putting the finishing touches on his Vancouver-lensed feature film update of The A-Team TV series, wants A-Team actor Bradley Cooper for the Scott Free thriller The Grey. From a screenplay by Carnahan and Ian Jeffers, based on Jeffers short story, The Grey follows survivors of a plane wreck that are hunted down by a pack of hungy wolves. Carnahan will produce with Rsa's Jules Daly and Inferno Entertainment's Bill Johnson. Inferno's Jim Seibel will executive produce. Inferno has backed the film's $34 million budget, taking foreign distribution, having already scored pre-sales for the UK, France, Australia, Latin America and the Middle East. Scott Free, the production company owned by brothers Ridley and Tony Scott, recently produced director Carnahan's The A-Team, based on the Stephen J. Cannell TV series. The A-Team opens in June. »
Bradley Cooper is in negotiations to reteam with his "A-Team" director Joe Carnahan on the thriller "The Grey."According to Variety, the script was written by Carnahan and Ian Jeffers and based on Jeffers. short story."The Grey" focuses on the survivors of a plane crash who are hunted by a pack of wolves.Ridley and Tony Scott's Scott Free Productions will produce the $34 million film along with Carnahan, Rsa's Jules Daly and Inferno Entertainment's Bill Johnson.Inferno.s Jim Seibel will executive produce.Scott Free produced Fox's "The A-Team," directed by Carnahan and is scheduled to open June 11. The film stars Cooper, Liam Neeson and Jessica Biel. »
- Adnan Tezer
Evidently, there is going to be a plan B for director Joe Carnahan and Bradley Cooper. Â According to Variety, the two, who just finished a collaboration on this coming Summer’s The A-team, are in negotiations to re-team for The Grey for Ridley and Tony Scott’s Scott Free. Â The film would serve as a return of sorts to Carnahan directing one of his own scripts, this one a co-writing job with Death Sentence scribe Ian Jeffers.
The script concerns a group of survivors of a plane crash. Â After crash landing in the wilderness, the group finds themselves hunted by a pack of wolves. Â The screenplay is based on a short story by Jeffers and would be a bit of a change of pace for Carnahan who, until now, has handled strictly action fare.
The thriller looks to have a $34-million budget, and, in looking at »
Photo: 20th Century Fox Cooper Goes Grey: Bradley Cooper is sticking with his A-Team director Joe Carnahan and has signed on to star for the director in The Grey, a thriller written by Carnahan and Ian Jeffers based on a short story written by Jeffers. The story centers on survivors of a plane crash who are then hunted by a pack of wolves. [Variety]
Three Join Magnificent Eleven: Irvine Welsh, author of "Trainspotting," is set to direct the direct gritty UK comedy The Magnificent Eleven with Sean Bean, Dougray Scott and Robert Vaughan already set to star. The film is a modern day remake of The Magnificent Seven, which itself is a re-imagining of Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, and as it would happen Vaughn is the last surviving cast member from the original John Sturges-directed western. In Magnificent Eleven, »
- Brad Brevet
Joe Carnahan has found one of the men he wants to feed to a pack of wolves in The Grey – Bradley Cooper.The director – who recently shot The A-Team with Cooper playing Lt Templeton “Faceman” Peck – has been developing the film version of The Grey for a couple of years now, writing the script with the original short story’s author, Ian Jeffers.Cooper will play one of a group of oil pipeline workers looking forward to getting back to civilisation after months spent in the wilds of Alaska. But when their plane goes down, the survivors are hunted by a pack of rogue wolves.Where’s Sarah Palin when you need her?If Cooper signs, it’s likely that Carnahan will make The Grey his next scheduled film since attaching such a currently hot actor to the project will help it secure the funding it needs. »
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