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“Snowpiercer” Director’s Cut Heading To Limited Theaters

February 9, 20140 Comments

After months of rumor, anger and speculation that saw the fans, cast and director Bong Joon-ho publicly voice their displeasure about Harvey Weinstein’s plans to cut SNOWPIERCER by twenty minutes and add voiceover, the good news is that the director’s cut will get a U.S. release. The catch is that it may not be playing […]

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Box Office: “Oldboy” Remake Barely Makes One Million Dollars

December 2, 2013

I wasn’t expecting the remake to be any better than the original, but I didn’t think it would bomb that bad. Box Office Mojo reports that the weekend gross for Spike Lee’s OLDBOY remake is $850,000 for a total gross of $1,250,000 over its 5 day holiday weekend. Even with big names like Spike Lee, […]

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George Romero’s “Day Of The Dead” Being Remade… Again

November 26, 2013

Really? It appears that Millennium is remaking George A. Romero’s DAY OF THE DEAD for the second time. The first time was the 2008 remake directed by Steve Miner that was pretty forgettable. Hey at least Nick Cannon starred in it… Anyway, the studio has attached Mark Tonderai (The House At The End Of The […]

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How Original Showrunner Clyde Phillips Would Have Ended “Dexter”

September 24, 2013

E! recently posted an interview with Clyde Phillips, the series’ original showrunner, who reveals how he would have ended the show… “I haven’t shared this with anyone,” Philips told the site. “And I can tell you that this is what I personally would have done should I have stayed with the show. I chose not to stay with […]

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Bong Joon-ho Discusses American Version Of “Snowpiercer”

September 1, 2013

At the beginning of August, it was reported that The Weinstein Company was planning to re-edit Bong Joon-ho’s new film, SNOWPIERCER, to “dumb it down” a bit for American audiences. The film is a post-apocalyptic thriller that takes place in a future where a failed global-warming experiment kills off most of the life on the planet, […]

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