Louis Leterrier

Shark Thriller ‘In the Deep’ Gets Director Louis Leterrier

Shark Thriller ‘In the Deep’ Gets Director Louis Leterrier

Louis Leterrier is in talks to direct the shark attack thriller In the Deep for Sony Pictures. The script by Anthony Jaswinski (Vanishing on 7th Street) sparked a heated bidding war last September, in which Sony beat out Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox. The script landed on the 2014 Black List as one of the top unproduced screenplays of the year.

The story follows a young girl, mourning the recent loss of her mother, who goes surfing on a remote beach. After being attacked by a shark, she finds herself stranded on a buoy, 20 yards off shore, with this massive great white shark standing in her way between the buoy and the beach. She must find a way back to shore before succumbing to her injuries. The script has been described as a cross between 127 Hours, Gravity and the shark classic Jaws.

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EXCLUSIVE: Louis Letterier Talks ‘Now You See Me’ on Blu-ray

EXCLUSIVE: Louis Letterier Talks ‘Now You See Me’ on Blu-ray

After serving as a production assistant on Alien Resurrection and The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, Louis Leterrier served as the artistic director on The Transporter before transitioning into directing in 2005 with Unleashed and The Transporter 2. After continuing to prove himself at the helm with The Incredible Hulk and Clash of the Titans, the filmmaker took on the world of magic and illusions in the summer thriller Now You See Me, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD September 3. I recently had the chance to speak with this talented filmmaker over the phone, and you can take a look at our conversation below.

This was honestly one of my favorite movies of the summer.

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EXCLUSIVE: Director Louis Leterrier Will Return for ‘Now You See Me 2’

EXCLUSIVE: Director Louis Leterrier Will Return for ‘Now You See Me 2’

Earlier this month, Lionsgate confirmed that Now You See Me 2, a follow-up to this summer's Now You See Me, is currently in development for a 2014 release, although it wasn't known if director Louis Leterrier was coming back to direct.

Earlier today, I was able to speak with the filmmaker over the phone about the Blu-ray and DVD release on September 3, and the director confirmed that he is coming back for this follow-up.

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Morgan Freeman Joins ‘Now You See Me’

Morgan Freeman has joined the cast of Now You See Me for Summit Entertainment and director Louis Leterrier.

Now You See Me follows a group of illusionists known as The Four Horsemen, who pull off daring bank heists during their performances and then shower their audiences with the profits. Now, a team of FBI agents is out to stop their show, which is growing increasingly popular.

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Louis Leterrier to Direct Disaster Movie ‘G’

http://movieweb.com/person/louis-leterrier/Clash of the Titans director Louis Leterrier will direct and produce Universal Pictures' sci-fi disaster pic G, reports Heat Vision.

The plot is being kept under wraps, but G is said to have aspects of The Day After Tomorrow and Taken. It is designed to be a big event action movie.

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Louis Leterrier Wants to Direct ‘Y: The Last Man’

"D.J. Caruso was supposed to do it with Shia LaBeouf, and that sort of went on and was over, so I went in and said, 'Please, please let me have it!'" he explained.

What do you want to see Y: The Last Man as? A TV show or a film?

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James Cameron Wants Louis Leterrier for ‘Fantastic Voyage’

It was http://movieweb.com/fantastic-voyage-recruits-avatar-writer-laeta-kalogridis/reported last night that James Cameron has teamed up with Avatar writer Laeta Kalogridis to pen a new draft of the Fantastic Voyage remake. Now, Deadline is suggesting that Cameron has his eye on Clash of the Titans's Louis Leterrier to direct this 3D adventure.

Fantastic Voyage could begin shooting in early 2011, though 20th Century Fox is still in the process of figuring out a budget. The project is a complete reimagining of the 1966 original, which finds a group of scientists shrinking themselves and sailing a submarine into a colleague's bloodstream. This new version will be shot mostly in CGI once the journey kicks off inside the human body.

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Will Louis Leterrier Direct ‘Gravity’?

http://movieweb.com/person/louis-leterrier/ According to Pajiba, Louis Leterrier is "tentatively" attached to a movie titled Gravity.

At present, Louis Leterrier's involvement has yet to be confirmed but the project comes to us from Universal Pictures and Mark Gordon Productions. George Nolfi (The Adjustment Bureau) is said to be producing.

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