The story and concept for the pic is being kept under wraps, but Li said the lead character will be a Chinese hero and the cast will be entirely Chinese. The first film will kick off a planned franchise of three movies.
A second remake of the original Wes Craven horror classic is being planned at New Line.
A movie star helps a young singer/actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral.
A teenage girl is visited by a mysterious old woman on a dark and stormy night, and what she tells them sends the young girl off on an adventure through space and time in search of her missing father.
Inspired by Vernon, New Jersey’s infamous real life Action Park, the Action Park imagines the disastrous consequences of a theme park run by Knoxville and his friends.
Follow a group of misfits in a fantasy land ruled over by gods. When the gods disappear, the misfits are brought together to protect the land against the monsters and arcane magic that now roam loose.
"Battle Angel" is based on the Japanese Manga series of graphic novels by Yukito Kishiro. The movie combines the first three books, Ido, Alita, and Hugo.
Set in the 26th century, the story takes place 300 years after a societal collapse caused by a major war. But in that society, it's a technological dark age following a pinnacle of achievement far, far beyond where we are right now. It's a post-apocalyptic world from a very high level with cyborg technology as just a way of life. People are augmented a lot as workers and so on, so being a cyborg is not unusual.
The main character is a cyborg. She has an organic human brain, and she looks like she's about fourteen years old. She has a completely artificial body and she's lost her memory - she's found in a wreckage and she's reconstituted by a cyber-surgeon who becomes her surrogate father.
The new take on the classic literary adventurer was scripted by emerging scribe Barnett Brettler. Quatermain is a big game hunter and impeccable shot who knows South Africa well, often being recruited for perilous journeys through jungle terrains in search of treasures. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the character served as one of the inspirations for Indiana Jones.
The project is based on the authorized graphic novel biography published last year, “Andre the Giant: Closer to Heaven.”