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PostPosted: 18 Oct 2011, 11:59 
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Gangster Squad... don't know too much so far. it's by the guy who did Zombieland, and the cast is stunning: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn, Brolin, Ribisi, Nolte... it's just gonna kick some ass

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Gangster Squad... don't know too much so far. it's by the guy who did Zombieland, and the cast is stunning: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn, Brolin, Ribisi, Nolte... it's just gonna kick some ass

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Gangster Squad... don't know too much so far. it's by the guy who did Zombieland, and the cast is stunning: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn, Brolin, Ribisi, Nolte... it's just gonna kick some ass

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Gangster Squad... don't know too much so far. it's by the guy who did Zombieland, and the cast is stunning: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn, Brolin, Ribisi, Nolte... it's just gonna kick some ass

Capone's got nards!

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WARNER BROS. HAS CHOSEN BEN AFFLECK TO MAKE STEPHEN KING'S THE STAND


The last news we got on THE STAND was that Steve Kloves and David Yates were in talks to adapt. Well, I guess that didn't work out.

Ben Affleck has been chosen by Warner Bros. to write and direct the adaptation of Stephen King's massive novel. There were no other details but he's got a shit load of work ahead of him. It will be quite the task to take this from page to screen. The only other adaptation we have of the book was turned into a mini-series. I'm interested in hearing Affleck's plans for this project.

King thought it would take awhile to get going, however it looks like they are trying to get this one on the fast track. Who will take the role of Stu Redman? King was pretty convinced by Gary Sinise's performance but will take Jake Gyllenhaal as his second pick.

And Molly Ringwald definitely won't be in it.

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Gangster Squad... don't know too much so far. it's by the guy who did Zombieland, and the cast is stunning: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn, Brolin, Ribisi, Nolte... it's just gonna kick some ass

Capone's got nards!

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PostPosted: 22 Oct 2011, 00:22 
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Sela wrote:
JoBlo.com wrote:
WARNER BROS. HAS CHOSEN BEN AFFLECK TO MAKE STEPHEN KING'S THE STAND


The last news we got on THE STAND was that Steve Kloves and David Yates were in talks to adapt. Well, I guess that didn't work out.

Ben Affleck has been chosen by Warner Bros. to write and direct the adaptation of Stephen King's massive novel. There were no other details but he's got a shit load of work ahead of him. It will be quite the task to take this from page to screen. The only other adaptation we have of the book was turned into a mini-series. I'm interested in hearing Affleck's plans for this project.

King thought it would take awhile to get going, however it looks like they are trying to get this one on the fast track. Who will take the role of Stu Redman? King was pretty convinced by Gary Sinise's performance but will take Jake Gyllenhaal as his second pick.

And Molly Ringwald definitely won't be in it.

Really? That novel is HUGE! The miniseries was real B-Movie type stuff, but really took the time a book like that deserved. Anything under 2.5 hours will butcher the story.


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Scruluce wrote:
Sela wrote:
JoBlo.com wrote:
WARNER BROS. HAS CHOSEN BEN AFFLECK TO MAKE STEPHEN KING'S THE STAND


The last news we got on THE STAND was that Steve Kloves and David Yates were in talks to adapt. Well, I guess that didn't work out.

Ben Affleck has been chosen by Warner Bros. to write and direct the adaptation of Stephen King's massive novel. There were no other details but he's got a shit load of work ahead of him. It will be quite the task to take this from page to screen. The only other adaptation we have of the book was turned into a mini-series. I'm interested in hearing Affleck's plans for this project.

King thought it would take awhile to get going, however it looks like they are trying to get this one on the fast track. Who will take the role of Stu Redman? King was pretty convinced by Gary Sinise's performance but will take Jake Gyllenhaal as his second pick.

And Molly Ringwald definitely won't be in it.

Really? That novel is HUGE! The miniseries was real B-Movie type stuff, but really took the time a book like that deserved. Anything under 2.5 hours will butcher the story.


3 Movies a-la LOTR?

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Will wrote:
Scruluce wrote:
Sela wrote:
JoBlo.com wrote:
WARNER BROS. HAS CHOSEN BEN AFFLECK TO MAKE STEPHEN KING'S THE STAND


The last news we got on THE STAND was that Steve Kloves and David Yates were in talks to adapt. Well, I guess that didn't work out.

Ben Affleck has been chosen by Warner Bros. to write and direct the adaptation of Stephen King's massive novel. There were no other details but he's got a shit load of work ahead of him. It will be quite the task to take this from page to screen. The only other adaptation we have of the book was turned into a mini-series. I'm interested in hearing Affleck's plans for this project.

King thought it would take awhile to get going, however it looks like they are trying to get this one on the fast track. Who will take the role of Stu Redman? King was pretty convinced by Gary Sinise's performance but will take Jake Gyllenhaal as his second pick.

And Molly Ringwald definitely won't be in it.

Really? That novel is HUGE! The miniseries was real B-Movie type stuff, but really took the time a book like that deserved. Anything under 2.5 hours will butcher the story.


3 Movies a-la LOTR?

At least two.

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PostPosted: 03 Nov 2011, 18:51 
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Hopefully he'll find next the footage from Lost Highway, the one that makes the movie make sense...

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this has to be a spoof poster, right?

JCVD said no to the first one, and I'm not sure Norris was even asked. Willis never handled a gun in the last one, so why would he be frontlines now?


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this has to be a spoof poster, right?

JCVD said no to the first one, and I'm not sure Norris was even asked. Willis never handled a gun in the last one, so why would he be frontlines now?

Maybe they were all really impressed with the kwality of the first one.

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this has to be a spoof poster, right?

JCVD said no to the first one, and I'm not sure Norris was even asked. Willis never handled a gun in the last one, so why would he be frontlines now?

Maybe they were all really impressed with the kwality of the first one.

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this has to be a spoof poster, right?

JCVD said no to the first one, and I'm not sure Norris was even asked. Willis never handled a gun in the last one, so why would he be frontlines now?

Maybe they were all really impressed with the kwality of the first one.

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Scruluce wrote:
Bill wrote:

this has to be a spoof poster, right?

JCVD said no to the first one, and I'm not sure Norris was even asked. Willis never handled a gun in the last one, so why would he be frontlines now?

Maybe they were all really impressed with the kwality of the first one.

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Just read this premise, had to post, sounds awesome:

A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.

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Just read this premise, had to post, sounds awesome:

A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.

...all while avoiding attack from a space-faring laboratory-spliced gigantic monster


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Just read this premise, had to post, sounds awesome:

A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.

...all while avoiding attack from a space-faring laboratory-spliced gigantic monster


Don't tease... this is the latest Luc Besson starring Guy Pearce... not as Snake though

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Just read this premise, had to post, sounds awesome:

A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.

...all while avoiding attack from a space-faring laboratory-spliced gigantic monster


Don't tease... this is the latest Luc Besson starring Guy Pearce... not as Snake though


And its a musical!

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the latest Luc Besson...

did you see this one? I mean, really?!


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the latest Luc Besson...

did you see this one? I mean, really?!

I thought that was supposed to be set in Constantinople.

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the latest Luc Besson...

did you see this one? I mean, really?!

I thought that was supposed to be set in Constantinople.

:lol: that's nobody's business but the Turks


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Just read this premise, had to post, sounds awesome:

A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.


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