The first in a series of four Lethal Weapons. Mel Gibson plays an emotionally off-balanced undercover cop. His partner, Danny Glover, is good valued family man. The two opposite personalities become embroiled in a series of tense and exciting situations.
Lethal Weapon is heading to the small screen! Yes, a new TV series based on the popular action franchise starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover is going to happen on Fox. It is coming from Warner Bros. TV, which also turned the popular buddy cop action comedy Rush Hour into a series that will debut early next year. No casting has been announced at this time.
The series will be an hour long drama, and it will follow the same basic plot as the movie. The show already has a put pilot commitment. The Pilot will be written by former Chuck executive producer Matt Miller. He most recently created the ABC drama Forever, also for WBTV.Read More
Warner Bros. is reportedly moving forward with a remake of the action classic Lethal Weapon, which, according to The Tracking Board, has Justin Lin (Fast & Furious 6) attached to direct, and the studio is rumored to be offering a lead role to Chris Hemsworth.
We first reported on a Lethal Weapon remake back in January 2011, when it was one of several remakes the studio was considering, including The Wild Bunch, The Dirty Dozen, Westworld, Tarzan and Oh, God!. Will Beall (Gangster Squad) was hired to write the script, and this new report indicates he is still working on a version, with original Lethal Weapon writer Shane Black having input regarding the story.Read More
Warner Bros. is ramping up development on its remake slate with such titles as Lethal Weapon, The Wild Bunch, Westworld, The Dirty Dozen, Tarzan and Oh, God!.
The studio's new priority on remakes comes after the departure of Warner executive Jessica Goodman at the end of 2010. Warner Bros. is now reorganizing her portfolio of projects, which will be getting new leases on life.Read More
Warner Bros. is going global with it's HD plans as it looks to release 15 new movies in Europe.
Warner Home Video, which distributes the largest film library of any studio, announced today at IFA 2006 the company's plans to release more than 15 HD DVD titles in European markets. These markets include France, Germany, Spain and the UK. The initial films, a combination of recent hits and catalog favorites, are expected to be available late 2006.Read More
Warner Bros. continues to push both formats in the war for the next generation technology winner.
In a story from Yahoo! News, continuing in their mission to provide consumers with the broadest choices for next generation home viewing, Warner Home Video will debut Blu-ray high definition versions of Lethal Weapon, Firewall, Blazing Saddles and Full Metal Jacket. On September 12 four more HD DVD titles will be released: Troy, Lethal Weapon 2, House of Wax and Space Cowboys. All titles will be available for $28.99 SRP, except Firewall, which will be available for $34.99 SRP.Read More