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Jason Biggs apologized on Twitter for a Malaysia Airlines joke he tweeted on Thursday following the news that a Malaysia Airline plane was shot down, killing the 298 people on board.
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukrane Thursday, July 17, as it was making its way from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, making it the second tragedy to befall the airline this year. In March, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared mid-flight, and is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean.
Jason Biggs Tweets Joke About Malaysia Airlines
Many were quick to comment on the airline, saying they would never fly Malaysia Airlines, but Biggs, who currently stars as Larry on Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black, took it a bit too far, tweeting, “Anyone wanna buy my Malaysian Airlines frequent flier miles?”
He reportedly followed up the joke with a few more tweets, writing, “In all seriousness, [though] – How Do »
(Cbr) Screenwriter David S. Goyer is ready to get back into directing, as The Hollywood Reporter reveals he’s signed on to helm "The Breach", Lionsgate’s adaptation of the 2009 action/science fiction novel by Patrick Lee. "Jack Ryan‘s" Lorenzo di Bonaventura has signed on as producer, with Justin Rhodes ("Contract Killers", "Grassroots") penning the script. "The Breach" follows an ex-cop who finds a crashed plane containing passengers were involved in a secret organization named Tangent. The discovery sets off a chain of events involving assassins, alien technology, an Armageddon scenario, the mystery of Tangent and a dangerous portal named the Breach. Lee’s »
- Steve Sunu, Comic Book Resources
Nerds, for better or worse, should probably worship at the altar of David Goyer. The guy kickstarted the comic book movie boom and rescued Marvel from financial insolvency by penning the Blade series. Then Warner Bros. recruited him to help re-invent Batman with Christopher Nolan. The WB also kept him on for Man Of Steel, and now Goyer is providing the blueprint for their entire comic-inspired shared universe. It.s that sort of far-reaching influence that makes you forget some of the not-that-interesting credits on his resume. Just start with his TV producing credits for Freakylinks and FlashForward and work your way out from there. Nonetheless, his name was strong enough to start a bidding war for his latest project, and Lionsgate is the victor. As per THR, Goyer is directing The Breach, an adaptation of a Patrick Lee novel being written by Justin Rhodes (Grassroots). Big shot producer Lorenzo »
While David S. Goyer certainly has his hands full working on the delayed production of Batman vs. Superman (which just gained Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor), he's also looking to get back behind the camera again. After helming Blade Trinity, The Unborn and The Invisible, THR has word that Goyer is attached to direct The Breach, a new sci-fi action thriller produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura (of Transformers) that Lionsgate just picked up in a bidding war with other studios. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Patrick Lee, and has drawn comparisons to "24" and "The X-Files." More below! Justin Rhodes (Grassroots, Contract Killers) will adapt the book which follows corrupt ex-cop who is trying to get his life back in order when he discovers a crashed plane in the Alaska wilderness. But among the wreckage is the First Lady and evidence of a mysterious missing item. »
- Ethan Anderton
4 items from 2014
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