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Walter Hill Lines up a Headshot

11 April 2011 10:33 PM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Word from Sylvester Stallone himself is that Walter Hill has signed on to direct his cop-and-hitman-team-up movie “Headshot”, which should be good news to anyone who misses the good old days of ’80s/’90s when buddy cop films were all the rage and Hill supplied his share. The ’80s and ’90s, coincidentally, was also when Walter Hill did his best work on films like “48 Hrs” and “Last Man Standing”. He also did “Supernova” in 2000, but since ol Walter would rather forget that paycheck, having removed his name from it and all, we’ll try to forget it, too. “Headshot”, which will star Sylvester Stallone, boasts this intriguing premise: After watching their respective partners die, a cop and a hitman form an alliance in order to bring down their common enemy. Not really new, honestly. You’ve already seen a bad guy (who isn’t really all that bad of a »

- Nix

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Walter Hill in Talks to Direct Sylvester Stallone in the New Headshot Action Movie

7 April 2011 8:04 AM, PDT | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

Wayne Kramer had exited the Sylvester Stallone‘s Headshot earlier this week and Deadline reports that the famous action director Walter Hill is in talks to helm the film.

Kramer (The Cooler, Running Scared), reportedly left the project over different solutions to creating a theme. People close to the production have denied claims that there was verbal dispute which led to a heated argument between Kramer and Stallone. Headshot was written by Allesandro Camon, and is based on a graphic novel from Matz aka Alexis Nolent and follows a cop and a hit man who join forces against a common enemy.

Stallone gives more details about Kramer’s depart from the project:

Initially, Mr. Kramer was hired to direct a dark comedy; however his vision was much darker and exceptionally more violent than how the project was originally conceived. It was decided that it would be better for everyone to move on and consequently Mr. »

- Nikola Mraovic

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Sylvester Stallone Talking To Walter Hill For ‘Headshot’

6 April 2011 1:10 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Earlier today, we reported that Wayne Kramer had left the director’s chair for Sylvester Stallone‘s Headshot. Now, Deadline reports that the legendary action director Walter Hill is in talks to helm the picture.

As previously reported, Kramer,  (The Cooler, Running Scared), reportedly left the project over creative disagreements with Stallone. The true degree of volatility between the two is unknown, though people close to the production have denied claims that things got heated toward the end. Headshot, scripted by Allesandro Camon, is based on a graphic novel by Alexis Nolent and follows a cop and a hit man who join forces against a common enemy.

Stallone has now elaborated on Kramer’s exit from the project:

“Initially, Mr. Kramer was hired to direct a dark comedy; however his vision was much darker and exceptionally more violent than how the project was originally conceived. It was decided that it »

- Anthony Vieira

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Q&A with Tron Legacy VFX Supervisor Eric Barba

25 March 2011 6:05 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

To celebrate the release of Tron Legacy on Blu-ray and DVD on April 5, The Movie Pool recently had the chance to sit in on Q&A sessions with the Oscar-winning minds behind the sensational visual effects in the film. The first is with Tron Legacy Visual Effects Supervisor Eric Barba of Digital Domain. Barba won an Academy Award (shown below) for his work on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It is one of many David Fincher-directed projects that Barba has worked on, including Zodiac and a number of his commercials. His other credits include The Fifth Element and Supernova.

Rather than editing down Barba's comments, we decided to present the Q&A in its entirety. Questions asked by The Movie Pool are identified. To read our second Q&A with Head of Animation Steve Preeg, click right here.

Q. Now that Tron Legacy has been viewed by the masses, »

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Q&A with Tron Legacy VFX Supervisor Eric Barba

25 March 2011 6:05 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

To celebrate the release of Tron Legacy on Blu-ray and DVD on April 5, The Movie Pool recently had the chance to sit in on Q&A sessions with the Oscar-winning minds behind the sensational visual effects in the film. The first is with Tron Legacy Visual Effects Supervisor Eric Barba of Digital Domain. Barba won an Academy Award (shown below) for his work on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It is one of many David Fincher-directed projects that Barba has worked on, including Zodiac and a number of his commercials. His other credits include The Fifth Element and Supernova.

Rather than editing down Barba's comments, we decided to present the Q&A in its entirety. Questions asked by The Movie Pool are identified. To read our second Q&A with Head of Animation Steve Preeg, click right here.

Q. Now that Tron Legacy has been viewed by the masses, »

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