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After vacating the director's chair on the reboots of both Highlander and The Crow, 28 Weeks Later helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo looks to have found his next project, and yep, you've guessed it - it's another remake.
According to Variety, Fresnadillo is in talks with Paramount about directing Lorenzo Di Bonaventura's upcoming remake of the 1989 Stephen King adaptation Pet Sematary, which centred around a family who discover an ancient Native American cemetery that allows creatures buried there to be brought back from the dead, albeit with a bit of an attitude adjustment.
The original Pet Sematary was directed by Mary Lambert (Urban Legends: Bloody Mary), who also returned to direct a sequel in 1992. The script for the remake has been written by Matt Greenberg (Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, 1408) and David Kajganich (The Invasion, Blood Creek). »
- Gary Collinson
Today is Girl With The Dragon Tattoo star Rooney Mara’s birthday, so we figured now was as good a time as any to pit her against older sister Kate in a head-to-head battle to determine, once and for all, Who Is The Best Mara?!?!?
We’ve picked a few categories in which we can directly compare the work of the two Mara sisters, so without further ado, let the battle begin!
1. Law & Order: Svu appearance
In what has become an unspoken initiation into acting, every young actor must guest star on L&O. Like so many before them, Kate and Rooney made appearances on the show early in their careers. Kate played a gymnast with an eating disorder hiding the secret behind her friend’s murder. And Rooney starred in an episode called “Fat” as a girl who attacked fat people.
Kate barely edges out Rooney here. Rooney’s »
- Stacy Lambe
2 items from 2013
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