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13 items from 2011


Zaillian Keen On Directing "Timecrimes"

20 December 2011 9:25 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Oscar-winning scribe Steve Zaillian, whose most current work is adapting the script for David Fincher's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" which opens tonight in the United States, says he's considering stepping into the director's chair on the remake of Spanish cult sci-fi thriller "Timecrimes" set up at Dreamworks Pictures.

Nacho Vigalondo's original follows a man who repeatedly goes back in time an hour in an attempt to alter the events of a crime. Zaillian came onboard to write the remake back in January. While no director was set at the time, David Cronenberg had previously been linked as a potential candidate. The Canadian helmer however dismissed the talk the other month.

Zaillian tells Coming Soon that "That's something I might direct but I don't know. We have to cast it, but it's a tricky one, because I want to make it really low budget. I don't want »

- Garth Franklin

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Zaillian Keen On Directing "Timecrimes"

20 December 2011 9:25 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Oscar-winning scribe Steve Zaillian, whose most current work is adapting the script for David Fincher's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" which opens tonight in the United States, says he's considering stepping into the director's chair on the remake of Spanish cult sci-fi thriller "Timecrimes" set up at Dreamworks Pictures.

Nacho Vigalondo's original follows a man who repeatedly goes back in time an hour in an attempt to alter the events of a crime. Zaillian came onboard to write the remake back in January. While no director was set at the time, David Cronenberg had previously been linked as a potential candidate. The Canadian helmer however dismissed the talk the other month.

Zaillian tells Coming Soon that "That's something I might direct but I don't know. We have to cast it, but it's a tricky one, because I want to make it really low budget. I don't want »

- Garth Franklin

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Steve Zaillian May Possbily Direct American Remake of 'Timecrimes'

19 December 2011 10:08 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Though you may better know his work on screenplays like Schindler's List, Gangs of New York and American Gangster, not to mention Oscar buzzworthy writing on both Moneyball and David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, writer Steve Zaillian has also stepped behind the camera a few times with films like Searching for Bobby Fischer, All the King's Men and A Civil Action. Now it sounds like he's in the midst of sitting in the director's chair again as Collider recently spoke to Zaillian who revealed that in addition to producing and writing the remake of Timecrimes set up at DreamWorks, he might also direct. For those unfamiliar with Nacho Vigalondo's original film, here's a tease of the story: A man being pursued by a murderer stumbles into a mysterious lab and accidentally travels back in time. A naked girl in the midst of the forest. A »

- Ethan Anderton

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Timecrimes Remake Finally on the Move?

19 December 2011 1:45 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

2008. That's when word of a possible remake of the stellar foreign flick from director Nacho Vigalondo Timecrimes (Los Cronocrimenes) first started floating around. Honestly, it's been so long that we forgot about it. That might be changing soon. Read on for the details.

According to SciFi World, writer/director Steven Zaillian (Schindler's List, Awakenings, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Searching for Bobby Fischer, All the King's Men, A Civil Action) may get behind the camera for the time travel reboot.

In case you’ve been ignoring any and all info about the film, it follows a normal, everyday man whose curiosity about a topless sunbather leads him to a masked stranger in a trench coat, time travel, and, ultimately, murder. That's one hell of a recipe, no?

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- Uncle Creepy

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Nearly Four Years Later, Steven Zaillian to Direct 'Timecrimes'?

18 December 2011 8:36 PM, PST | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

It was announced back in April of 2008 that Steven Zaillian and Agnes Metre would be producing an English-language remake of Nacho Vigalondo's awesome Spanish-language Timecrimes (Los Cronocrimenes). United Artists had tapped Timothy J. Sexton (Children of Men) to pen the remake and that was the last we heard. A new report has surfaced on SciFiWorld that Zaillian may jump behind the camera for the time travel reboot. In the original a man accidentally gets into a time machine and travels back in time nearly an hour. Finding himself will be the first of a series of disasters of unforeseeable consequences. Zaillian is well know having penned Schindler's List, Awakenings, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. He also directed Searching for Bobby Fischer, All the King's Men and A Civil Action. »

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Steven Zaillian on the difficulties of adapting Stieg Larsson

17 December 2011 9:26 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Stieg Larsson's crime trilogy is being adapted for Hollywood, starting with director David Fincher's Boxing Day blockbuster. 'There was no pressure to lighten it up,' reveals its screenwriter

Last month, David Fincher chose to play it coy when Entertainment Weekly asked about his latest film's Oscar chances. "There's too much anal rape in this movie to get nominated," he said. "I think we're very safe." But he's not safe in the slightest. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, his adaptation of Stieg Larsson's wildly successful novel (55m copies of the trilogy sold to date), is an exquisite work of art, regardless of some of its brutal content. "There was never any pressure from the studio to lighten it up," says the film's screenwriter, Steven Zaillian. "They understood that part of the reason the book is so successful is because it doesn't tiptoe around those issues."

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- Alex Godfrey

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Kate Winslet

6 October 2011 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

With six Oscar nominations by the age of 35, it's nice to see Kate Winslet falling on her lovely, intelligent, earnest face once in a while

One thing to be said for Contagion is that it's unlikely to bring Kate Winslet another award. Alternatively, there might be an award for anyone who can come up with a good reason why she made Contagion, a picture that takes a vast subject and reduces it to amazing banality. Yes, it is by the same Steven Soderbergh who made Sex, Lies and Videotape, and if you recall the journal he wrote about the making of that film, and the brave new world of independent projects he foresaw, this is a sad comedown.

But that's not Winslet's fault. Perhaps she did this confident no prizes would be offered. For I take her to be a reasonable, good-humoured actor who knows in her heart how silly »

- David Thomson

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Jackie Earle Haley Gets Historically Racist For Spielberg in 'Lincoln'

21 September 2011 10:21 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Every once in a blue moon, Hollywood dishes up a comeback story so amazing it seems like something out of a … well, a movie.

After succeeding as a child actor in classics like "Bad News Bears," Jackie Earle Haley couldn't faltered in the transition to adult roles, and wallowed in obscurity in Texas for a good decade-and-a-half. In 2006, he was plucked out of actor purgatory for "All The King's Men" and an Oscar-nominated turn in "Little Children," and the rest is history.

Now he's hit the pinnacle, working with the grand puba of directors, Steven Spielberg, in the bearded one's upcoming biopic "Lincoln."

According to Deadline, Haley will portray Alexander Stephens opposite Daniel Day Lewis as President Stovepipe Hat.

Besides looking a great deal like Stephens, the Vice President of the Confederacy during the Civil War, the role presents another opportunity for Haley to sink his teeth into the dark side of human nature. »

- Max Evry

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David Thomson on Patricia Clarkson

25 August 2011 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The picture business regards Patricia Clarkson as not content to mouth the stupid lines beautiful women are expected to believe in

For more than 20 years, a piquant added pleasure in film-going has been waiting for Patricia Clarkson to turn up for a few scenes, or even more. It's a rare thing for her to coast or do anything other than suggest an untidy life in wild bloom behind her few lines. And not many actresses of any age can shift from amiable to crazed, or from kind to intimidating, so fast. So, in Lone Scherfig's One Day, we sigh with gratification when we realise that the hero's mother, dying of cancer and having to be carried to bed, is Clarkson. We are not let down; even in her crisis, this mother has the lemon gaze and the fond but astringent voice that can survey her son (Jim Sturgess) and »

- David Thomson

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10 movies that made serious $, but sucked serious...

25 June 2011 6:37 AM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Co-written by Nicole Ugrin

Despite countless negative reviews - such as this one - The Hangover 2 has, as of last Sunday, become the biggest grossing R-rated comedy of all time. Surpassing its predecessor by a cool $20 million, the sequel is yet another addition to what I like to call the 'cash-condors' - a film that manages financial success despite its ugly looks and/or content. Inspired by the 'only-a-mother-could-love' appearance of the Californian Condor, these films share much in common with this unfortunate bird of prey. Both are vultures (either through family or financial ties); both reproduce at a young age (six for the bird itself, and probably between 1-3 years for the greedy, corporate film studios); and both have increased their numbers drastically in the last couple of years (all of our film choices have occurred within the last 9 years).

But just what are the worst offenders? What films »

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Jude Law Does a 360 and Finds Himself in the Arms of Rachel Weisz

23 March 2011 12:48 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Jude Law walked arm in arm with Rachel Weisz on the London set of 360 today. The film explores the relationship between lovers in different social circles, and it offers Jude the chance to reunite with his All the King's Men costar Anthony Hopkins. Jude has been back in the UK for a few weeks after a stint in San Francisco, where he filmed Contagion, and a wild visit to Rio de Janeiro for Carnival. Jude is moving on following his "not acrimonious" split from Sienna Miller, and she's now hanging out with Tom Sturridge while he apparently spends time in the company of a former flame. Rachel is also enjoying new love as things continue to heat up with her Dream House costar Daniel Craig, who's likewise, home in England at the moment. View Slideshow › »

- Katie Henry

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Screenwriter Steven Zaillian to Get WGA Laurel Award

19 January 2011 1:30 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Writers Guild of America will give Steve Zaillian the Laurel Award for Screen, a lifetime achievement award recognizing his body of work, which includes his Oscar-winning screenplay for Schindler's List (1994) as well as Awakenings and American Gangster. Best-known as the industry's go-to rewrite man, Zaillian also co-wrote Gangs of New York and Clear and Present Danger. In production are Sony and David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Zaillian is also executive producing). Zaillian has also directed his own scripts, including Searching for Bobby Fischer, A Civil Action and All the King's Men. Zaillian has been nominated and honored with numerous awards as writer, director and producer. According to WGA West president, John Wells, Zaillian's best scripts: "not only function as intelligent, thought-provoking »

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DreamWorks & Steve Zaillian Take On the 'Timecrimes' Remake

19 January 2011 12:14 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

A Us remake of Nacho Vigalondo's Spanish time travel flick Timecrimes has been in the works ever since it was first picked up for distribution, more than two years ago, but not much has happened. However, some news means progress is being made, as Deadline says the remake is now in development at DreamWorks instead of United Artists. Still spearheading the project is Oscar winning writer/filmmaker Steve Zaillian (Gangs of New York, All the King's Men, American Gangster), who brought the project to UA to begin with and will produce and rewrite the script, which had first drafts written by Tim Sexton. And that's all there is. Really, the good news here is that this has moved over to DreamWorks, which is a strong studio with a solid backbone in producers like Kathleen Kennedy and Steven Spielberg, they won't let this get screwed up. This is whole remake is touchy because, »

- Alex Billington

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