Yesterday, we reported the exciting news that Universal Pictures is in talks with star Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass to return for a new Jason Bourne movie, seven years after their initial trilogy came to a close in 2007 with The Bourne Ultimatum. That report revealed the studio is also still moving forward with the Untitled Sequel to 2012's The Bourne Legacy, starring Jeremy Renner, but the project is still in development.
It's unclear at this time if Paul Greengrass will write the script for the Jason Bourne adventure, since 20th Century Fox is still trying to decide whether or not to give the green light for his new project The Ballad of Richard Jewell, which has Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio attached to star. There is speculation that Paul Greengrass' camp may be using the Bourne movie to force the studio's hand into greenlighting The Ballad of Richard Jewell, or at the very least, have them come to a decision sooner. Paul Greengrass and longtime editor Christopher Rouse have settled on a concept that would bring Matt Damon back as Jason Bourne, but no story details were given.Read More
The original report from Latino-Review even predicted that Frank Marshall would shoot down the report, but claims that they stand by their source.
This was expected & makes it even more suspicious.— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) June 20, 2014Read More
Frank Marshall has signed on to direct the shipwreck drama The Longest Night for Paramount Pictures, marking his first directorial project since Eight Below.
The project was set up through Conde Nast Entertainment, a company which launched specifically to develop stories from their magazines for movie and TV adaptations. This story is based on a December 2008 GQ article by Sean Flynn, which chronicles the true story of an Alaskan trawler, which sank in 6,000-foot deep waters on Easter Sunday in 2008. The ship went down 180 miles off the Alaskan coast, carrying 47 crew members, 42 of which were rescued by the Coast Guard, despite facing nearly insurmountable obstacles like 15-foot swells.Read More
Earlier this week, we reported that Harrison Ford may be re-cast in Indiana Jones 5, with Disney and LucasFilm possibly eyeing a franchise reboot that would star Bradley Cooper as a younger version of the title character. That report from Latino Review also claimed that The Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont pitched a new take to the studios, although no details were given for his potential story.
Today, both Frank Darabont and producer Frank Marshall have debunked this erroneous report.Read More
Frank Marshall has signed on to produce the Assassin's Creed adaptation for New Regency and Ubisoft. The news comes just one day after producer Basil Iwanyk joined another New Regency/Ubisoft video game project, Splinter Cell.
Michael Fassbender is attached to star in Assassin's Creed, which follows the adventures of a bartender who learns he comes from a long line of assassins. He is forced by a corporation to hunt down precious artifacts, while using a device that gives him all the skills and memories of his ancestors.Read More
Frank Marshall and Nice Kicks are hinting at a release of Marty Mcfly's futurist "Nike Air Mags" from Back To The Future Part II. When NiceKicks posted their article, the film reference immediately sparked a online frenzy, with talks ranging from a 3D re-release of the trilogy to a remake of the first film.
...with a link to the video below, showing racks of the Nike's, and and the musical queues from the Back to The Future score. Check it out below, and lets us know what you think...Read More
We'll be sure to keep you posted with any further news on The Last Airbender as soon as we have more information.
The Last Airbender was released July 1st, 2010.Read More
http://movieweb.com/movie/indiana-jones-5/UPDATE: 6/9/10 12:15 PST Producer Frank Marshall has responded to the story through his Twitter account, stating that the story isn't true. Here is what he said in his tweet:"The rumor about INDY 5 is completely false. Nothing has changed, we are not shooting next year and still in the research phase...
We'll be sure to keep you posted on any further Indiana Jones 5 news as soon as more information comes in.Read More