On tap right now is your first look at Atlas Independent’s Mojave starring Garrett Hedlund and Oscar Isaac. From writer/director William Monahan (The Departed), Mojave is produced by William Green, William Monahan, and Justine Jones.
Inflated budgets seem to be Hollywood's latest serial killer as the giant green beast known as the almighty dollar sign has claimed yet another production ... stopping it dead in its tracks.
Remember our last story when I said nothing stays quiet on the interwebs for long? Here's another fine example for you! The synopsis for Jaume Collet-Serra's big screen adaptation of Akira has leaked online (that sounds so ... nasty), and it bodes really well for fans because it's as faithful as can be.
More could-be casting news coming in for Warner Brothers' big screen adaptation of Akira... apparently Gary Oldman is now out of the picture, and an offer is out for another gristly tough guy to take on what would have been his role.
More possible Akira casting news coming in from the good folks over at The Hollywood Reporter... With Garret Hedlund playing Kaneda, the gang leader, and an offer out to Kristen Stewart to play Ky Reed, a woman who is part of an underground movement to expose the government for turning orphans into living weapons (she also may possess some abilities herself), the big question is who will play Tetsuo, the young man whose latent powers will release the powerful being known as Akira.
You can add another name to the list of those circling a role in Jaume Collet-Serra's upcoming live-action adaptation of Akira. Oh, Bella. My how you've grown! Read on for the details.
With the news that Warner Bros. has given the live action version of Akira the green light, all sorts of casting rumors, etc., have begun swirling about. First up to the plate ...
Finally after months of talks Warner Brothers has given the long talked about live action adaptation of Akira the go ahead. Even better? Cooler heads have prevailed, and the hunt is still on for an actor to take the role. Sorry, Keanu.