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Production Update: Australia

18 December 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Four new feature projects have been announced as being funded by Film Finance Australia Corp., the funding agency, for production next year. Two of the films mark a return home for two critically acclaimed Australian filmmakers while another is set to be helmed by Australia’s most exciting up-and-coming.The first is the new feature from director Scott Hicks, The Boys Are Back in Town . Hicks, who is currently in post on a film with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart, is best known for Shine, the film that received a number of Academy Award nominations and won Geoffrey Rush an Oscar. Hicks resume also includes the mediocre Snow Falling on Cedars and Hearts in Atlantis. Boys, which is a co-production between the U.K. and Australia, tells of a sports writer who must suddenly accept single parenthood as he has to bring up two sons from different marriages. The »

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Singleton inks 'Remorse' deal to write, helm

18 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

John Singleton has signed on to adapt and direct the Tom Clancy espionage thriller Without Remorse for Paramount Pictures. The film, which Paramount envisions as part of a possible franchise, marks the Hollywood return of Michael Ovitz, who will serve as producer. Without Remorse centers on former Navy SEAL and CIA operative John Kelly, code-named Mr. Clark, who first appeared in Clear and Present Danger (played by Willem Dafoe). The novel, which was published in 1993 by Putnam, spawned a previous film version, which was in development at Savoy Pictures and was shut down during preproduction in 1995. Singleton said he aims to make the film in line with the Phillip Noyce-helmed Clancy thrillers he is a fan of, Clear and Present Danger and Patriot Games. »

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Singleton feels 'Remorse,' signs for Clancy pic

18 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

John Singleton has signed on to adapt and direct the Tom Clancy espionage thriller Without Remorse for Paramount Pictures. The film, which Paramount envisions as part of a possible franchise, marks the Hollywood return of Michael Ovitz, who will serve as producer. Without Remorse centers on former Navy SEAL and CIA operative John Kelly, code-named Mr. Clark, who first appeared in Clear and Present Danger (played by Willem Dafoe). The novel, which was published in 1993 by Putnam, spawned a previous film version, which was in development at Savoy Pictures and was shut down during preproduction in 1995. Singleton said he aims to make the film in line with the Phillip Noyce-helmed Clancy thrillers he is a fan of, Clear and Present Danger and Patriot Games. »

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