Now this ... this is what we call fantastic news! Bryan Cranston, Emmy-winning star of AMC's incredible series "Breaking Bad", is in negotiations to play the villain in Columbia Pictures' remake of Total Recall.
There's a slew of ladies reading for the lead in Len Wiseman's upcoming 2012 redux of Total Recall, and we've got the scoop on who is on the shortlist! Dig it!
It's funny. Not ten minutes ago we were talking about the original Total Recall, and boom, a release date comes across our desks for the remake. Should we be worried? Does this weird coincidence somehow affect the space time continuum?
Hollywood is bleeding out the last of its news before the holiday break, and this latest tidbit shows that Len Wiseman's remake of the Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer Total Recall is set to go before cameras in Canada in late March.
A couple of weeks ago it was rumored that actor Colin Farrell was circling the lead role in a remake of the Schwarzenegger action vehicle Total Recall, and today it's been made official.
Here's an odd bit of news that honestly seems a bit premature, but since we live in a world where everyone is trying to beat everyone else to the punch news-wise, here we go ...
When the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Total Recall came out way back when, it infuriated me. Not because it sucked or anything; in fact it was quite good. What bothered me was that it was released at a time when the MPAA was cracking down on horror, forcing studios to pretty much render genre flicks bloodless, and then this flick comes out and it's violent as hell but it's totally okay because friggin' Arnie was in it!
Sure, it sounds like good news at first. Kurt Wimmer, the man responsible for the inexplicable cult favorite Equilibrium (and Ultraviolet, too, just to prove he’s not infallible), is attached to write a remake of Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 classic Total Recall.