But the TV version will swap out Cruise for a different actor, says Child, who told BBC Radio on Wednesday: “Cruise, for all his talent, didn’t have that physicality.” In his books, Child frequently describes Jack Reacher as being 6 feet 5 inches tall, with hands “the size of dinner plates” — they have also been described as the size of “a supermarket chicken,” or “Thanksgiving turkeys.” Cruise is listed at 5 feet, 7 inches.
The two movies — “Jack Reacher” and “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” — were produced by Skydance and Cruise/Wagner and distributed by Paramount. Both Skydance and Paramount TV declined to comment, but an individual with knowledge confirms that a TV version of Jack
According to Disney’s Japanese website, Carol Danvers will be "descending from the sky" in 1995.
That was a great year of movies that included Toy Story, Seven, Heat, Braveheart, Clueless, Apollo 13, The Usual Suspects, Bad Boys, Bill Madison, Golden Eye, 12 Monkeys, Babe, Empire Records, Jumanji, Die Hard With A Vengeance, Get Shorty, and more.
I was a sophomore in high school in 1995. I was spending a lot of time at the movies with my friends and shooting lots of short films with them. Going to Blockbuster every Friday night was a ritual. I spent a lot of time at the beach during those days and was hanging out in Hollywood a lot for some reason.
In Clueless: One Last Summer, Cher, Dionne, and Tai journey out for their final summer vacation before they head off to college and the world of adulthood. However when life threatens to topple their elaborate plans for the summer to remember, they’ll be challenged to stay true to their best selves amidst the chaos. Luckily they’ve got each other to lean on, because that’s what best friends are for…and because no one stops Cher when she makes up her mind!
“Everyone’s busy digging out their winter clothes, but for the girls of Clueless, there’s still time for one last summer to remember,” says Shannon Watters, Senior Editor, Boom! Studios. “Amber, Sarah, and Siobhan bring all the charm,
Sacha Baron Cohen is also being linked to the feature as it is said the Borat star has entered into early negotiations to join the cast.
Based on the documentary by Brett Morgan called ‘Chicago 10’, the film is based on the infamous 1969 trial of seven defendants charged by the federal government with conspiracy and more, arising from the countercultural protests in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The trial transfixed the nation and sparked a conversation about mayhem intended to undermine the U.S. government.
Also in the news – Clueless remake in development at Paramount
Sorkin had originally written the script for the film which originally had Spielberg down to direct. Due to a writers strike the project had to be shelved as Spielberg had other avenues to pursue.
In the fifth film, Tommy has come a long way from the pesky 8-year-old who Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) is supposed to be watching on the fateful night her friends are massacred by the butcher knife-wielding killer in the first movie. Now older and presumably wiser, Tommy has become obsessed with Michael's infamy and thinks he can figure
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Netflix comedy series scribe for ‘Glow’ Marquita Robinson is onboard to write the script with Girls Trips’ Tracy Oliver set to produce.
The original coming-of-age romantic comedy film was written and directed by Amy Heckerling. It starred Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Paul Rudd and Brittany Murphy, and was produced by Scott Rudin and Robert Lawrence. Loosely based on Jane Austin’s 1815 novel ‘Emma’, it was updated to show a modern-day Beverly Hills. The film’s director, Heckerling, studied real Beverly Hills high school students to get the lingo and feel for how real teens in the 1980s talked. The famous quote “as if!” came from Heckerling’s study of these teens.
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It earned $56 million in the U.S. on a $12 million
Clueless, the much-loved teen comedy, which catapulted Alicia Silverstone and Brittany Murphy to fame in the mid-90s, is to be remade by Paramount. The new film will be produced by Tracy Oliver, the co-writer of Girls Trip, the ensemble female comedy that proved an enormous hit last year – and catapulted Tiffany Haddish to stardom.
Taking on writing duties for the new film is Marquita Robinson, best known for her work on Netflix series Glow.
Directed and written by Amy Heckerling, the 1995 original was loosely based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel, Emma. The film starred Alicia Silverstone as privileged Beverly Hills high school student Cher, Paul Rudd, Breckin Meyer, Jeremy Sisto, Stacey Dash and the late Brittany Murphy. The film continued to resonate with teen fans two decades after it was released.
Anya Taylor-Joy, the breakout star of The Witch and Split, will star in Focus Features' new Jane Austen adaptation, Emma.
Jane Austen is having a good Thursday. After already seeing the announcement of a Clueless remake in the works, which in itself is a modernization of Emma, comes word that rising talent Anya Taylor-Joy will star in a more direct adaptation of the same novel for Focus Features. The news came late Thursday via THR, which revealed the breakout star of The Witch and Split has signed on for a production that certainly looks poised to garner a lot of attention. Produced by Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner fresh off last year’s Baby Driver and Darkest Hour (the latter netting Gary Oldman an Oscar), and Graham Broadbent, the picture will likely get a big push.
The movie is also being directed by newcomer
Maybe Paul Rudd's agelessness can be put to the test, because a Clueless remake is like in for real development.
We can forgive you if you’re totally buggin’ right now, because Clueless is about to get a remake. For real. The 1995 teenage romantic comedy that was loosely inspired by Jane Austen’s Emma is having a creative match made in Hollywood for a redo. As confirmed by THR, Paramount is developing the Clueless remake with Tracy Oliver onboard to produce. Best known for writing Girls Trip, Oliver is producing over a screenplay that is being written here by Marquita Robinson, one of the writers for Netflix’s delightful Glow dramedy series.
While few other details are known about the remake, Clueless itself is a fairly beloved staple among Generation X and older Millennials, who grew up quoting the fashion forward Cher (Alicia Silverstone) and her favorite catchphrase,
Heckerling both wrote and directed the 1995 film, a loose adaptation of Jane Austen’s 1815 novel “Emma” starring Alicia Silverstone as a wealthy teen navigating high school and everything that goes with it in Beverly Hills. Paul Rudd, Brittany Murphy, Dan Hedaya, Stacey Dash, and Breckin Meyer all co-starred in “Clueless,” which earned $56.6 million at the box office and became a cult classic.
That continued fandom has
A rep for Paramount Studios did not immediately respond to comment, but People has learned the film is in early development at the studio.
Paramount Studios has hired Netflix Glow writer Marquita Robinson to write the script, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The 1995 teen comedy starred Alicia Silverstone in the lead role of Cher, a Queen bee who attempts to navigate high school relationships by playing matchmaker to her friends and teachers. The film also introduced audiences to Cher’s catchphrase, “Ugh, as if!” as well
The film is in early development at Paramount Pictures and Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver is producing the film with the writer of Netflix’s Glow, Marquita Robinson, writing the script.
There aren’t a lot of details on the film, but Deadline says that it’s a fresh new take for the millennium and we don’t know if any of the original characters will be reprising their roles as adults.
The original film was loosely based on Jane Austen’s Emma, and it provided a satirical look into the Beverly Hills high school scene of the 90s. The movie featured a great cast that included Alicia Silverstone,
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