The 'Robocop' reboot is back in the news again today, this time with Deadline reporting that 'Elite Squad' director Jose Padilha is in talks to direct a remake of the 1987 sci-fi flick about a half man, half robot cop who kicks a whole lotta ass.
No surprise here, but the Weinstein Companyplans to continue working with 'King's Speech' director Tom Hooper after their big Oscar score together. Deadline also reports that Quentin Tarantino's untitled Western should be moving forward with the Weinstein's on board in a matter of months.
Alan Silvestri ('Back to the Future') has been hired to scoreJoe Johnston's 'Captain America: The First Avenger.'
Original poster artist Olly Moss has unveiled his latest poster illustration, a minimalist take on 'Scream 4':
Anyone who loves to keep track of the box office will be interested to know that 'Hall Pass' actually took the #1 spot last weekend, which was originally estimated to have gone to 'Gnomeo and Juliet.'
Mark Wahlberg teased a sequel to 'The Fighter' while talking to Extra on the red carpet at the Oscars, saying, "Now we're gonna talk about doing No. 2. We're gonna do the Ward /Gatti trilogy and make it real."
It hasn't made its way Stateside yet, but Stuart Beattie's directorial debut, Australia's 'Tomorrow, When The War Began' will be getting a sequel. If you haven't read the novels the film is based on, think of it as an Australian 'Red Dawn.'