Variety's Jeff Sneider posted a couple of tweets today with regard to the Spike Lee-helmed remake of Oldboy that don't bode very well for the progress of the film, but even so, our interest remains piqued, and we'll continue to keep our eyes on things for you.
We've had some pretty mixed emotions about the upcoming Spike Lee-helmed remake of the Korean revenge classic Oldboy, but with the recent news of two more names that are circling roles in the production, we have to admit our interest level is rising. Read on for the details!
Around a month ago news hit the interwebs that Colin Firth was in the running to star as the big bad in the upcoming Spike Lee remake of the Korean revenge classic Oldboy. Sadly, that's no longer the case.
A bit of possible casting news is coming in for Spike Lee's American redux of the Korean modern classic Oldboy. Colin Firth just may be in line to cause star Josh Brolin some extreme misery. Read on for details.
And the possible Oldboy casting news continues. Who does director Spike Lee have in mind to play the female lead in his upcoming redux of the Korean classic? Read on for the new dirt.
While we wait to see if Christian Bale will be playing the villain in Spike Lee's Oldboy remake for Mandate Pictures as has been speculated, it was officially announced today that Josh Brolin (who was mentioned as being at the top of Mandate's wishlist back in July) is starring in the revenge tale.
After years of playing Batman and other heroes, the original American Psycho, Christian Bale, could be looking to let a little evil back into his career. Read on for the first details.
Okay, who's up for some more casting news for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker? Anyone? Well you're gonna get it anyway! Force fed if necessary!
More casting news coming in for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker. Read on for the latest on this highly anticipated little flick from Fox Searchlight.
So who's next to be in talks to star in Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker? Another rising star could very well be signing on for active duty. Read on for details.
Lucas Till, most recently seen as "Havok" in the hugely popular X-Men: First Class, has joined the cast for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker. Although only 20, Till already has an impressive heap of credits, and working with Park is another feather in his cap.
And the cast for Chan-wook Park's upcoming thriller Stoker continues to fill out nicely with the addition of an Oscar nominated actress. Such folk can never hurt a project!
That's right, kids! The remake of Oldboy is officially alive and kicking for Mandate Pictures, and we've got the early skinny right here for your perusal. Dig it!
We don't know about you guys, but we're getting a little tired of doing stories about people "in talks" for roles. Just let us know when they sign on the dotted line, how about it? Case in point - today's story about British actor Matthew Goode circling a part in Chan-wook Park's first English language film, Stoker.
And even more news continuing on late into Friday evening. It sounds as if two of Hollywood's top stars are looking to engage in some bitey activity in the new film from the director of Oldboy.