A new still from Spike Lee's remake of the classic Korean tale of revenge Oldboy has arrived, and it... well... it features.... yeah, just see for yourself. Look for the flick in theatres on Wednesday, November 27th - just in time for Thanksgiving.
It looks like we'll be finding out fairly soon just how horror-based Spike Lee's crowdfunded new project is since it has now surpassed its $1,250,000 goal by $61,000+ and counting. With the message "Thank you, Jesus," the director announced the news on August 16th.
Collider nailed a trio of new stills from Spike Lee's remake of the classic Korean tale of revenge Oldboy featuring star Josh Brolin looking both pissed off and quizzical. Look for the flick in theatres on Wednesday, November 27th - just in time for Thanksgiving.
A couple of tidbits have come in regarding Spike Lee's remake of the now classic Korean tale of revenge Oldboy, which hits theatres Wednesday, November 27th. On tap right now are new stills and more! Dig it!
A quick update has come in regarding Spike Lee's crowdfunded next flick, which could very well be a horror movie given the announced subject matter. Even though details are vague, Lee has cast his female lead.
Nothing says happy American turkey day like a good old fashioned South Korean revenge thriller! Wait... what?!? You read that headline right; Spike Lee's Oldboy has been delayed a month and will now open on Wednesday, November 27, instead of October 25 as originally planned.
Oldboy director Spike Lee announced last week he wants to make another film in the horror genre, but he wants you to help fund it via Kickstarter... I mean, he has to be hurting for funding money, right? What studio would take a chance on a no-name director who's never done anything?
Some new artwork has hit the floor of Comic-Con for Spike Lee's remake of Park Chan-wook’s Korean classic Oldboy, and have it for you right here! Check it out and look for more on this one soon!
A lot of people have been skeptical to say the least about Spike Lee's remake of Park Chan-wook’s Korean classic Oldboy, and now finally they can check out some footage from the film. Behold the official Oldboy red band trailer!
The first official one-sheet is here for the Spike Lee-directed remake of Park Chan-wook’s Korean classic Oldboy, and it's... well... you'll see. In any event it's better than floating heads, right? Look for it in theatres on October 25th.
The Spike Lee-directed remake of Park Chan-wook’s Korean classic Oldboy was originally slated for release on October 11th, but now it has been pushed to October 25th, pitting it directly against Paranormal Activity 5. So tell us... who's getting your box office dollars?
Okay, kids, on tap for you right now is a much better look at the Oldboy CinemaCon poster as well as a nifty new synopsis. Read on for details and eye candy. Then grab a hammer and start nailing people left and right. Preferably a rubber hammer. We don't want anyone getting hurt.
The upcoming CinemaCon show in Vegas has offered a first look at the title treatment for Spike Lee's take on Oldboy starring Josh Brolin. Look for the flick in theatres on October 11, 2013. Will you be there or are you just gonna stick with the Korean classic?
Get out those calendars, kids, because Film District just announced the release date for Spike Lee's take on Oldboy starring Josh Brolin. Look for the flick in theatres on October 11, 2013. Will you be there or are you just gonna stick with the Korean classic?
Some interesting casting news has hit the wire for Spike Lee's take on Oldboy. According to Variety, Nate Parker had to bail on the project due to scheduling conflicts so Spike Lee has turned to a frequent collaborator to replace him in James Ransone (Sinister, "The Wire").