French Thriller Gets Remake and (Possibly) Jane Got a Gun Director

Tell No One’ thriller to get Hollywood remake (photo: ‘Tell No One’ 2006, with François Cluzet and Marie-Josée Croze) Gavin O’Connor, among whose credits are Tumbleweeds, Warrior, and the upcoming Natalie Portman action drama Jane Got a Gun, "is in negotiations" to direct Universal and Warner Bros.’ thriller Tell No One, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Whether the film will be a direct remake of Guillaume Canet’s Ne le dis à personne (2006), starring François Cluzet and Marie-Josée Croze, or be based on the original source — Harlan Coben’s novel Tell No One — is unclear. Canet and Philippe Lefebvre were credited for the screenplay of the French movie. Frequent Steven Spielberg collaborator Frank Marshall (The Color Purple, War Horse, Jurassic World) is producing the new Tell No One. Academy Award winner Chris Terrio (Argo) will be writing the adaptation. Curiously, Argo director Ben Affleck had been previously attached to this
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Three Colors: Red Review d: Krzysztof Kieslowski

Trois Couleurs: Rouge / Three Colors: Red (1994) Direction: Krzysztof Kieslowski Cast: Jean-Louis Trintignant, Irène Jacob, Jean-Pierre Lorit, Frédérique Feder, Samuel Le Bihan Screenplay: Krzysztof Kieslowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz Oscar Movies, European Film Award Movies Jean-Louis Trintignant, Irène Jacob, Three Colors: Red By Dan Schneider of Cosmoetica The final film of Krzysztof Kieslowski's "Three Colors" trilogy, the 1994 release Rouge/ Red, is almost universally acclaimed as the best of the three. For once, the general consensus is correct; but then again, if one is to believe some of the online reviews of both Red and the trilogy itself, there are plenty of people who seriously question whether or not "Three Colors" is a better trilogy than those of Star Wars, The Matrix, or The Lord of the Rings. Let me end that debate once and for all: The "Three Colors" trilogy is far better than those comic-book-type films. And real comparisons would
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