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Arnold Schwarzenegger to play an angel in Black Sunday

31 December 2011 5:32 AM, PST | TotalFilm | See recent TotalFilm news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger is taking his movie comeback seriously. As well as The Expendables 2, Arnie is also filming Last Stand, and he's currently prepping a role in Black Sands (formerly announced as Black Sands). While the film had previously been described as a western of sorts, with comparisons to Man On Fire and High Plains Drifter mentioned, Arnie has thrown a curveball by telling website TheArnoldFans (via The Playlist) that he's playing an angel in the movie. "I'm a kind of angel," he said, adding, "I can not currently...

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- Matt Maytum

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Arnie Gets Supernatural On Our Asses

30 December 2011 7:08 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Like it or lump it – Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in a big way. 2012 will see him return to the big screen in several roles, most notably in The Expendables 2 and as a small town sheriff in The Last Stand. But, according to reports today, Arnie will also be shooting a supernatural-flavoured actioner Black Sunday from A-team scribe Skip Woods.

What is interesting is that the project started life as ‘Black Sands’ and was a more conventional, down-to-earth action film. But Arnie has apprently insisted on adding a fantastical element, and will now be playing an angel-like character. Let’s hope it’s a better effort than End Of Days.

Black Sunday is due to begin shooting 1st April and is directed by Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy. As long as he keeps him from another Terminator sequel we’re laughing.

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- Tom Fordy

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Project Black Sands Transforms Into Black Sunday

29 December 2011 6:29 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

We reported back in October that actor Arnold Schwarzenegger will go into production on Black Sands this coming April, after he wraps production on The Last Stand. A new report now reveals that Black Sands will be titled Black Sunday, and it will also now include a few supernatural elements.

Here's what Arnold Schwarzenegger had to say about the project.

"I'm kind of an angel. I can not currently say more about this film."

Arnold Schwarzenegger will play a loner who wages a one-man war against a corrupt weapons manufacturer. Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy are directing Black Sands from a screenplay by Skip Woods.

Production will start on Black Sands April 1, although a release date has not been set.

Black Sands comes to theaters in 2013 and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger. The film is directed by Scott Waugh, Mike McCoy. »

- MovieWeb

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Schwarzenegger Prepping for Supernatural Thriller Black Sands?

29 December 2011 2:37 PM, PST | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Rumor time, folks.  But, it's slow today - as it is wont to be between Christmas and the New Year - so we'll drop some Arnold Schwarzenegger gossip on you.

The man is making a comeback on the big screen in a big way.  He's got The Expendables 2 on the way, he's shooting Last Stand...and now there's this project entitled Black Sands, which may place the actor in Shock territory as it is being described as a supernatural thriller.  The last time we saw him tussle with evil from the other side was in End of Days.

Here's the string of information and how it came in.  

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- ryanrotten@shocktillyoudrop.com (Ryan Turek)

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Arnold Schwarzenegger To Play an Angel in Black Sunday

29 December 2011 12:58 PM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger continued to stay busy jump-starting his acting career via the Lionsgate western The Last Stand co-starring Swedish actor Peter Stormare and Cry Macho, a drama by Lincoln Lawyer director Brad Furman and Million Dollar Baby producer Al Ruddy. Schwarzenegger teased his fans via an interview at TheArnoldFans with news that he’ll next play a “kind of angel” in the supernatural action movie Black Sunday, described as a cross between Commando and Constantine. According to The Playlist blog at indieWire, co-directors Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy scheduled production on Black Sunday to start April 1 in New Mexico. »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger To Play an Angel in Black Sunday

29 December 2011 12:58 PM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger continued to stay busy jump-starting his acting career via the Lionsgate western The Last Stand co-starring Swedish actor Peter Stormare and Cry Macho, a drama by Lincoln Lawyer director Brad Furman and Million Dollar Baby producer Al Ruddy. Schwarzenegger teased his fans via an interview at TheArnoldFans with news that he’ll next play a “kind of angel” in the supernatural action movie Black Sunday, described as a cross between Commando and Constantine. According to The Playlist blog at indieWire, co-directors Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy scheduled production on Black Sunday to start April 1 in New Mexico. »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger To Play an Angel in Black Sunday

29 December 2011 12:58 PM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Arnold Schwarzenegger continued to stay busy jump-starting his acting career via the Lionsgate western The Last Stand co-starring Swedish actor Peter Stormare and Cry Macho, a drama by Lincoln Lawyer director Brad Furman and Million Dollar Baby producer Al Ruddy. Schwarzenegger teased his fans via an interview at TheArnoldFans with news that he’ll next play a “kind of angel” in the supernatural action movie Black Sunday, described as a cross between Commando and Constantine. According to The Playlist blog at indieWire, co-directors Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy scheduled production on Black Sunday to start April 1 in New Mexico. »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Black Sands Becomes Black Sunday; Adds a Supernatural Edge

29 December 2011 11:53 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In October, we reported that Arnold Schwarzenegger would be following up The Expendables 2 with the action flick Black Sands.  Schwarzenegger was reportedly set to play "a loner who wages war against a ruthless weapons manufacturer and his private army in the Southwest."  Now the former California governor says there's a supernatural element in the plot as well.  Speaking to TheArnoldFans (via The Playlist), Schwarzenegger says "I'm a kind of angel. I cannot currently say more about this film."  TheArnoldFans add that the movie, now titled Black Sunday, is a cross between Commando and Constantine.  What does that mean?  My guess: His character and Alyssa Milano happily feeding demonic deer on a fiery hellscape.  Or maybe it's like End of Days, and who didn't like that film? (Everyone). Filming on Black Sunday is set to begin on April 1, 2012.  Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy will direct.  Schwarzenegger will be seen next summer in The Expendables 2. »

- Matt Goldberg

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Updated: Arnold Schwarzenegger Will Be An Avenging Angel in ‘Black Sunday’

29 December 2011 11:11 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Updated: Looks like this baby is still called Black Sands. One of TheArnoldFans sent us this – “Sorry…Okay, it looks like we are back to the film title ‘Black Sands!’ An Arnold rep contacted us and explained there must have been a translation problem from Google translator on the title. The original source, written by one of Arnold’s close Austrian friends, either accidentally wrote ‘Black Sunday’ or the translation to English was off. Either way, it  sounds like the plot remains equally as exciting with Arnold as an angel! Production start date: April!” We still haven’t seen any finished products from the newly out-of-retirement Arnold Schwarzenegger hit the theaters. But with his first project back in the acting world, Last Stand, done shooting, and the first trailer for Stallone’s upcoming Expendables sequel (where Arnie reportedly has a meatier role) having come and gone, all that will soon be remedied. Now »

- Nathan Adams

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Schwarzenegger's 'Black Sands' Gets Supernatural Twist & New Title

29 December 2011 10:59 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

In October we learned that Arnold Schwarzenegger's return to the big screen meant new projects for the action icon left and right. In addition to The Last Stand and The Expendables 2, the Governator had also signed on to star in Black Sands, a new action film from Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy, the duo behind the Navy SEALs flick Act of Valor (watch the trailer right here). The film's original story was said to follow Schwarzenegger as a loner who wages war against a ruthless weapons manufacturer and his private army in the Southwest, however, it sounds like the project now has a bit of a supernatural twist to the plot. Read on! Now titled Black Sunday, Schwarzenegger told TheArnoldFans (via The Playlist) that he's playing some kind of immortal hero now. The actor says, "I'm a kind of angel, but I can not currently say more about this film. »

- Ethan Anderton

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Schwarzenegger’s ‘Black Sands’ Gets Updated Title and New Details

29 December 2011 8:54 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

We, some two months ago, brought you the news that Arnold Schwarzenegger would soon jump in front of the camera for Black Sands, an — oh, come on, what else? — actioner that casts him as “a loner who wages war against a ruthless weapons manufacturer and his private army in the Southwest.” Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy, the duo behind next year’s Act of Valor, would be directing a script from A Good Day to Die Hard scribe Skip Woods. Somebody was bound to get shot in the process.

Things have changed here or there in the time since, with TheArnoldFans telling us that the prospective thrill ride has not only been renamed to Black Sunday, but will also see him playing “an immortal” — or, as the man himself put it, “a kind of angel.” First, that title: Though I don’t expect a heap of originality from an Arnold Schwarzenegger film, »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Actioner 'Black Sands' Becomes Supernatural-Tinged 'Black Sunday'

29 December 2011 8:27 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It all seemed too predictable: Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to his bread and butter with some cold hard violent justice. Following his small role in "The Expendables 2" and the lead in modern western "The Last Stand," the hulking legend was set to star in "Black Sands." From Scott Waugh and Mike McCoy, the directors of upcoming Navy Seals recruitment film actioner "Act Of Valor," the script, from Skip Woods ("The A-Team," "Hitman")  was being described as a cross between "Man On Fire" and "High Plains Drifter." And yet, suddenly, Arnie has flipped the script on all of us and gone into "End Of Days" mode. Now the project is known as "Black Sunday," with Arnold saying he's playing some sort of immortal. "I'm a kind of angel," he tells TheArnoldFans fansite. "I can not currently say more about this film." The project is now being called a cross »

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Next Film Changes Title To Black Sunday

29 December 2011 5:03 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger.s finished with his political aspirations and out of .retirement,. the action icon is making sure his slate stays full with acting projects. He recently wrapped shooting on The Last Stand, where he plays a border town sheriff forced to stop a drug lord from crossing into Mexico. He has a larger role (from what we hear) in Sylvester Stallone.s Expendables sequel, which will be out next summer. And he just signed on for his next project, according to The Arnold Fans. Schwarzenegger reportedly will begin filming Black Sunday, an action/sci-fi thriller that once was known as Black Sands and casts the brute as an immortal. .I.m kind of an angel,. Schwarzenegger says, though he stops short of elaborating on any specific plot details after that. The site speculates that Sunday could be a cross between Constantine and Commando, with archangel Arnold facing »

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'True Blood' Star Joins 'The Lone Ranger'

20 December 2011 9:42 AM, PST | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

One former "True Blood" star is headed to the Wild West in "The Lone Ranger," a new casting announcement for the upcoming Disney flick tells us. Meanwhile, Matt Damon readies his cast for his upcoming directorial debut, two more are courted for Spike Lee's "Oldboy," and the "300" prequel comes closer to finding its Artemisia.

It's December 20, and you're tuning into today's Casting Call!

"True Blood" Meets "The Lone Ranger"

"True Blood" and "Tron: Legacy" star James Frain is transitioning from villain to villain's assistant for his role in "The Lone Ranger." The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the man better known as Franklin Mott, the vampire who traumatized Tara in season three of "True Blood," will be playing a tough foreman who works for baddie Tom Wilkinson in the upcoming Disney movie. It's unclear whether Frain will play an evil character himself, or if he just works for one. »

- Terri Schwartz

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Forest Whitaker And ‘Goodfellas’ Author Nicholas Pileggi Collaborating On Louis Armstrong Biopic

12 December 2011 11:50 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

He’s got a Best Actor Oscar for playing Idi Amin, he directed Waiting To Exhale, (which arguably is a major reason Tyler Perry has a career at all), and now The Playlist brings us a report on the great Forest Whitaker‘s Louis Armstrong biopic project, which he’ll be working on with Nicholas Pileggi, the writer whose books were the basis for the great mob epics GoodFellas and Casino.

Whitaker’s got a lot of other projects lined up: he’ll direct the belated, on-back-burner  sequel to Waiting To Exhale, based on author Terry McMillan‘s follow-up to that novel called Getting To Happy; he’ll direct and act in a personal project, Better Angels… and here is Whitaker on that film:

“I’m gonna direct a movie next year called ’Better Angels,’ which deals with child soldiers in the north of Uganda, and a conflict journalist who enters into this camp. »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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Arnold Schwarzenegger "Does It All" in Big Movie Comeback

10 December 2011 9:00 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

He's baaack. Arnold Schwarzenegger is hoping to reclaim his title as action-hero superstar in the upcoming flick The Last Stand, his first post-governor of California film role. So now that his big baby mama scandal and divorce drama with Maria Shriver have died down, does the 64-year-old former Mr. Olympia still got it? "It's his big comeback," Schwarzenegger's Last Stand costar Genesis Rodriguez told us last night at the HFPA's A Night of Firsts party in West Hollywood. "It is his film." In the flick, Arnie plays a small-town sheriff who must stop a drug kingpin from escaping across the border to Mexico. Rodriguez plays an FBI agent who gets in on plenty of the »

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Schwarzenegger's injury cover-up at climate change meet - Realbollywood.com News

29 November 2011 7:30 AM, PST | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Washington, Nov 29: Arnold Schwarzenegger joked about how much his career has changed since his Governor days while giving the keynote speech at the Zero emissions conference in Oslo, Norway last week.

The 64-year-old actor, who is currently filming the action flick 'Last Stand', injured himself on the set a few weeks ago and posted a pic of the wound on Twitter.

"When I agreed to give this speech I was still governor of California and I had no idea that I would be in the middle of shooting an action movie in New Mexico," the Politico quoted the 'Terminator' star as saying.

"I also had no idea that I would be talking. »

- Diksha Singh

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's injury cover-up at climate change meet - Realbollywood.com News

29 November 2011 6:11 AM, PST | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Washington, Nov 29: Arnold Schwarzenegger joked about how much his career has changed since his Governor days while giving the keynote speech at the Zero emissions conference in Oslo, Norway last week. Washington, Nov 29: Arnold Schwarzenegger joked about how much his career has changed since his Governor days while giving the keynote speech at the Zero emissions conference in Oslo, Norway last week.

The 64-year-old actor, who is currently filming the action flick 'Last Stand', injured himself on the set a few weeks ago and posted a pic of the wound on Twitter.

"When I agreed to give this speech I was still. »

- Leon David

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Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta and Michael Chiklis In Pawn Crime Thriller

28 November 2011 2:40 PM, PST | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

When you have a crime thriller then you better have an awesome cast on board as well. David A. Armstrong is making his feature directorial debut with the movie titled Pawn but it looks that he knows what he’s doing with it because Forest Whitaker, Michael Chiklis, Ray Liotta and Common are all attached to [...]

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Michael Chiklis, Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta, and Common Team Up for Crime Thriller Pawn

28 November 2011 1:42 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The Shield co-stars Michael Chiklis and Forest Whitaker are set to reunite for the crime thriller Pawn. The indie centers on a hostage situation gone wrong, as an ex-con “becomes entangled in a manipulative chess game between the Feds, local police and the mob." In addition to Chiklis and Whitaker, Deadline reports that Ray Liotta and Common are also set to star with David A. Armstrong making his feature directorial debut. Chiklis will be producing the pic alongside Brad Luff, Jeff Most, and Michael Becker. The script was written by Jay Anthony White and production is set to begin on December 1st. Chiklis recently wrapped his role as the villain in the revenge thriller Parker opposite Jason Statham, while Whitaker just starred in The Last Stand with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Common can currently be seen on AMC’s western drama series Hell on Wheels. »

- Adam Chitwood

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