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'22 Jump Street' Writer Oren Uziel Boards Crime Drama 'Heist'

26 March 2014 11:33 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

22 Jump Street writer Oren Uziel has signed on to rewrite the script for DreamWorks' Heist, which had at one time attracted Tom Cruise to star.

Scott Waugh (Need for Speed) is attached to direct the crime drama. It isn't known if Tom Cruise is still circling in the project, since he currently has a number of other movies in development such as Mission: Impossible 5 and Go Like Hell.

No story details have been given for Heist at this time, which originated with a screenplay from John Hlavin (Underworld Awakening) that was also worked on by Simon Beaufoy (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) and Scott Rosenberg (Gone in Sixty Seconds). Steven Zaillian is producing alongside Scott Waugh, with Film Rites' Garrett Basch serving as executive producer.

Oren Uziel's other credits include The Kitchen Sink, Men in Black 4 and the father-son adventure Overnight, which Ruben Fleischer signed on to direct last month. »

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Giant Praying Mantis Comedy 'Grasshopper Jungle' Lands at Sony

6 March 2014 9:23 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

A horde of giant, horny preying mantises are about to be unleashed on the world as Sony Pictures acquires the rights to Andrew Smith's young adult novel Grasshopper Jungle.

The book was published last month and is set in the small town of Ealing, Iowa. It centers on friends Austin and Robby, who accidentally set an army of insects on an unsuspecting populace. Here is the book's official synopsis:

In the small town of Ealing, Iowa, Austin and his best friend Robby have accidentally unleashed an unstoppable army. An army of horny, hungry, six-foot-tall praying mantises that only want to do two things. This is the truth. This is history. It's the end of the world. And nobody knows anything about it. You know what I mean.

Funny, intense, complex, and brave, Grasshopper Jungle brilliantly weaves together everything from testicle-dissolving genetically modified corn to the struggles of recession-era, small-town »

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What Swordfish teaches us about hacking computers

6 March 2014 2:37 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Simon Brew 7 Mar 2014 - 06:13

We take a close look at 2001's Swordfish, and pinpoint the crucial lessons that wannabe computer programmers can take from it.

What follows gets quite geeky at times. We should point out that this is very much a tongue in cheek look at the film, rather than a desire to see filmmakers correct programming errors!

In fairness to him, John Travolta warns you at the start of Swordfish, in a gift to movie critics and writers of tired retrospective articles, that Hollywood "makes shit". He is not incorrect.

The first few minutes of Swordfish, once Travolta has hit us with this revelation, proceed to dissect the all-time classic Dog Day Afternoon, whilst Travolta chomps on a cigar and looks pleased with the arrangement of his facial hair. There's not much of it, but it's still a point of pride to the man.

As for the film itself? »

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Swordfish

27 February 2014 12:42 AM, PST | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

Pulsating action thriller starring Hugh Jackman as a computer hacker who's forced into helping patriotic psycho John Travolta steal billions in government cash to fund his doolally anti-terror plot. Aided by the techno-wizards behind The Matrix and Face/Off, Gone in Sixty Seconds director Dominic Sena serves up a bone-rattling bonanza of stunts, chases and sweaty-palmed suspense, while throwing in Halle Berry as a topless femme fatale and kicking it all off with an awesome 360-degree explosion. But take care - it moves so fast you could choke on your popcorn. »

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Nicolas Cage Drama ‘Joe’ Gets a U.S. Trailer: Violence Begets Violence

14 February 2014 9:49 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Nicolas Cage is an acting veteran who has appeared in more than 70 films, winning a Best Actor Academy Award for his searing portrayal of a writer drinking himself to death in Leaving Las Vegas. He’s also famous for turning in wildly over-the-top, hammed to the hilt performances without breaking a sweat. His hardcore fans praise his best films (Adaptation, Red Rock WestBringing Out The Dead) even as they adore his arguably terrible ones (Gone in Sixty SecondsDrive AngryThe Wicker Man) just because he’s Nic Cage.

Still, with the exception of 2013′s successful animated feature The Croods – in which he voiced the patriarch of a family of cave-dwellers – his last real hit would be 2010′s Kick-Ass, and his last critically celebrated turn might date back to 2006′s World Trade Center. For the last few years Cage’s output has mainly consisted of a series ...

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