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It was only back in April when Breck Eisner (The Crazies) had signed on to direct a sequel to the reboot of The Karate Kid, but it looks like he has already parted ways according to Deadline. Although it’s not what you’d think, it’s just because of scheduling difficulties. No new director has been announced nor has a shortlist.
In other Karate Kid news, the studio have also hired two new writers to punch up the script. Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer (neither of whom have writing credits to their names) have been brought on to re-write the Karate Kid 2 script which was originally penned by Zak Penn (The Incredible Hulk), Ethan Reiff (Kung Fu Panda) and Cyrus Voris (Bulletproof Monk).
- Luke Owen
The Musketeers concluded its first series to just under 4 million viewers on Sunday, according to overnight data.
The BBC One period drama dipped by over 100,000 viewers from last week to 3.98m (17.6%) at 9pm.
Earlier, Countryfile attracted the highest audience of the night with 6.24m (32.2%) at 7pm, followed by Antiques Roadshow with 4.78m (21.4%) at 8pm. Match of the Day 2 scored 2.69m (20.8%) at 10.35pm.
On ITV, Endeavour returned for a new series with 5.03m (21.3%) at 8pm (635k/3.3% on +1). This is around 600k less than last year's opener, but up over 100k from its last episode.
Catchphrase puzzled 3.42m (20.2%) at 6pm (321k/1.7%), followed by Surprise, Surprise with 3.36m (17.3%) at 7pm (509k/2.3%).
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