Acclaimed action director Joe Carnahan returns this weekend with the Hulu original movie Boss Level, which traps Frank Grillo in an insane time loop.B. Alan Orange
Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo are joining forces for the crime thriller, Copshop.Jon Fuge
Joe Carnahan's remake of the Indonesian martial arts action movie The Raid is going to be approach things slightly differently.Jon Fuge
The Grey director Joe Carnahan parted ways over Bad Boys 3 because of Will Smith, but still loves the superstar actor.Ryan Scott
Joe Carnahan is in early talks to rewrite the script and possibly direct Bad Boys 3, with Sony hoping to make it Will Smith's next movie.
Joe Caranahan has signed on to write and direct Motorcade, which follows a terrorist attack on the President in Los Angeles.
The studio doesn't want to spend $20-$40 million to market the comedy. Director Joe Carnahan responds to the news via Twitter.
Those who want to appear in this action-comedy can send a photo of yourself in high-end Hollywood night club attire to the production.
This adaptation of a Chuck Hogan novel follows a group of Iraq war veterans who rob drug dealers and destroy their products.
Paramount and MGM Studios wanted Bruce Willis in the role originated by Charles Bronson, but the filmmaker wanted to go another way.
Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman's graphic novel centers on an ex-soldier who falls in love with a vampire.
Get a look at the director's take on the Marvel comic franchise for his proposed remake which is no longer happening at Fox.
Director Joe Carnahan's take on Marvel's blind superhero was rejected by Fox, and Marvel declined the studio's extension request.
Fox is currently in talks with Marvel about extending the production deadline, in exchange for the rights to characters such as Galactus.
The Grey director will write and direct a new version of this 1974 Charles Bronson classic for MGM.
Liam Neeson is joined by co-stars Dermot Mulroney, James Badge Dale, and director Joe Carnahan for a look at this wilderness thriller, in theaters January 27th.Ryan J. Downey
The Grey director was set to adapt Mark Millar's comic book series for Fox, but the studio has passed on it.