Whether you want it or not, if you're in the States, you'll be able to see Spike Lee's take on Oldboy courtesy of FilmDistrict, which acquired U.S. distribution rights to the flick during the currently running Toronto International Film Festival.
And the casting news continues for Spike Lee's take on Chan-wook Park's cult favorite Oldboy. Who's next to land a gig in this tale of vengeance, hammers, and eating live squids (that scene still has us a bit queasy)? Read on for details.
Some quick casting news is coming in for Spike Lee's take on Chan-wook Park's cult favorite Oldboy. The LA Times is reporting that Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Hornsby have joined the production of the English language remake, which features Josh Brolin as the title character.
The American remake of the Korean classic Oldboy has had more than its fair share of ups and downs. Thankfully, though, lately there have been more ups. Speaking of which...
It seems that every week more and more names get added to the list of possible candidates to star in the long talked about remake of the classic flick Oldboy. Well, feel free to add Elizabeth Olsen to the ever growing list.
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.
Ah, remakes. No matter how much everyone complains, you still keep right on coming. Two high profile ones, Oldboy and RoboCop, are moving along at a nice brisk pace, and already actors are being eyed for their leads. Read on for the details on both.
The tale of Quasimodo has been put to film many different times in many different ways over the decades, and that's definitely due in part to the innocent charm of everyone's favorite deformed bell ringer.