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Producer Arnold Rifkin (“Live Free or Die Hard”) and his Cheyenne Enterprises have optioned Roy Freirich’s script “Mercy Road,” an action drama set in the world of counterfeit life-saving medication. Jay Judah brought the script to Cheyenne and will co-produce the feature via his Coin Toss Creative banner along with Freirich. See photos: 2014 Movie Preview: 60 Upcoming Winter & Spring Films – From ‘Paranormal’ Sequel to ‘Transcendence’ Freirich’s last produced script “Winged Creatures” (aka “Fragments”) starred Kate Beckinsale and Forest Whitaker and was released in 2009 by Sony Pictures Worldwide. Rifkin has produced several Bruce Willis movies including “Hostage,” “16 Blocks” and “The Whole Ten. »
- Jeff Sneider
A user over at weibo, HarryHuo, did some sleuthing and came back with a few pictures from the toy packaging for the Dinobots featured in Transformers: Age of Extinction. This is the time of year when toys are going to spoil/reveal many of the designs from upcoming blockbusters, and this is further proof of that.
The artwork on the Transformers: Age of Extinction toy package reveals several of the bots in their dinosaur forms, such as the Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Velociraptor, Pterodactyl, and more. Have a gander!
I know nothing about Transformers stuff. Never followed any incarnation of the cartoon, and I only checked out the first movie because my girl at the time wanted to sneak in to a showing of it across the hall, after we’d seen Live Free or Die Hard. So you guys tell me, how do these dinobots look? Are they faithful? Are they cool? »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
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