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Breck Eisner in talks to direct Escape from New York remake

Breck Eisner (“The Crazies”) is in talks with New Line to direct the Escape from New York remake. The project has been at various levels of development since New Line picked up the rights in 2007, but with Eisner in talks it’s back on track:

Script for the new version of “Escape” […]

New Line sets summer start for A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

New Line has set a summer start date for filming on the third installment in the ‘Harold & Kumar’ franchise, Deadline New York reports. The studio is expected to shortly announce a director and the film will reunite stars John Cho and Kal Penn (who left television and film to take a job as […]

New Line reviving Police Academy

New Line has tapped original Police Academy producer Paul Maslansky for a new iteration of the seven-film comedy series.

“It’s going to be very worthwhile to the people who remember it and to those who saw it on TV,” Maslansky said. “It’s going to be a new class. We hope to discover […]

New A Nightmare on Elm Street movie trailer

New Line has released the new trailer for the Samuel Bayer-directed remake A Nightmare on Elm Street.  Head on over the jump  to check out the new trailer.

A Nightmare on Elm Street is scheduled to hit theaters on April 30, 2010.

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Warner Brothers Prepping Mortal Kombat Redo

Warner Brothers is looking to redo Mortal Kombat, based on the 1992 Midway video game of the same name.  Bloody Disgusting is reporting that Oren Uziel is in talks to write the project.

Released through New Line Cinema in 1995, Mortal Kombat was a solid hit for WB, grossing $70.454 million domestically ($122.195 million […]

The Hobbit Pushed Back to 2012?

In an article at Variety, New Line Cinema executive Alan Horn revealed that the first of the two Hobbit films may not be released until late 2012, which would be a year longer than what was originally announced (December 2011 for The Hobbit: Part One and December 2012 for The Hobbit: Part […]

The Hobbit Will Begin Production This June

Production Weekly is reporting on their Twitter page that Guillermo del Toro’s adaptation of the J.R.R. Tolkien novel The Hobbit will begin production this June.  The production schedule will run for 14 months:

Guillermo del Toro’s adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” is due to begin a 14 month production schedule this […]

The Hobbit Casting Begins + Peter Jackson Clarifies Production Rumors

Peter Jackson has revealed that casting for the two Hobbit films started this week.  Jackson, who will produce the two films and is writing with screenwriters Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens and director Guillermo del Toro also discussed some details on its status:

“We’re still working on the script, and of course it’s going to be directed by Guillermo [del Toro],” Jackson said. “That’s going really well, and in fact we’ve already delivered the first script to the studio, and they really liked it, so now we’re working hard on the second script, and that’s going to keep us pretty busy until the end of this year.”

“There’s no budget yet, and no cast, but we plan to start shooting next year, with the first one coming out by the end of 2011, hopefully,” Jackson said. “And while Guillermo’s making The Hobbit, I’m not quite sure what I’ll be working on, as I want to make completely sure that I’m doing what I need to do for The Hobbit, and that I’ll be there to help Guillermo.”

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Sequel To National Lampoon’s Vacation In Development at New Line

The Warner Bros.-housed label New Line is developing a sequel to the 1983 comedy classic National Lampoon’s Vacation, although National Lampoon is not involved at the moment as Warner Bros. controls the characters and the title.  David Dobkin is on board to produce and possibly direct the project.  Here are some details courtesy THR’s Heat […]

Comic-Con 2009: The Hobbit Script Due in Three Weeks + LOTR Blu-ray News

Peter Jackson revealed that the first draft of the script for The Hobbit will get delivered to the studio in three weeks.  Jackson also, once again, debunked rumors about casting.  Jackson explained that they can’t begin the casting process until there is a budget and schedule in place, although they have discussed the casting […]

Comic-Con 2009: A Nightmare on Elm Street Poster

anightmareonelmstreetposter_small-072309Platinum Dunes has released the official poster for the upcoming remake A Nightmare on Elm Street.  This follows up on the recently released first shot of Jackie Earle Haley in character as Freddy Krueger (you can see that here if you missed it).  Check out the poster in full after the jump.

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Peter Jackson Denies Hobbit Casting at Comic-Con + Hobbiton Being Rebuilt

Executive producer/writer Peter Jackson has debunked a rumor reported by the LA Times’ Hero Complex blog that casting for The Hobbit and its sequel would be announced at Comic-Con this week [Empire Magazine]:

“No, we won’t be announcing Bilbo for a little while. We’re starting to think about casting, but we’re knee-deep in the […]