Michael Keaton to replace Hugh Laurie in RoboCop
Things have been a little rocky on the RoboCop reboot recently, what with Hugh Laurie dropping out of the project and director Jose Padilha reportedly describing the studio interference making his life “hell”. However, things could now be looking up, with confirmation announced of a stellar replacement for Laurie…
Michael Keaton to replace Hugh Laurie in RoboCop

Things have been a little rocky on the RoboCop reboot recently, what with Hugh Laurie dropping out of the project and director Jose Padilha reportedly describing the studio interference making his life “hell”. However, things could now be looking up, with confirmation announced of a stellar replacement for Laurie…

Andy Serkis signs up for Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes sequel
After the huge success that was Rupert Wyatt’s Planet Of The Apes reboot, the commissioning of a sequel was only a matter of time.British director Wyatt’s original contract came with the option to do another film, and he has stated that he intends to take that up.Now, it has been confirmed that motion-capture extraordinaire Andy Serkis is the first of the cast to have been rehired…[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON CAESAR OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]
Andy Serkis signs up for Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes sequel

After the huge success that was Rupert Wyatt’s Planet Of The Apes reboot, the commissioning of a sequel was only a matter of time.

British director Wyatt’s original contract came with the option to do another film, and he has stated that he intends to take that up.

Now, it has been confirmed that motion-capture extraordinaire Andy Serkis is the first of the cast to have been rehired…

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON CAESAR OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

RoboCop reboot won’t use Darren Aronofsky’s script
Director José Padilha (Elite Squad) has revealed that the RoboCop film he’s preparing won’t be based on Darren Aronofsky’s version of the film.  “I haven’t read Aronofsky’s script,” Padilha told Crave Online, adding some words of praise for his fellow director to make it clear that’s not a slur.  “Aronofsky is a great director. I love his films.”[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON ROBOCOP OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]
RoboCop reboot won’t use Darren Aronofsky’s script

Director José Padilha (Elite Squad) has revealed that the RoboCop film he’s preparing won’t be based on Darren Aronofsky’s version of the film.
 
“I haven’t read Aronofsky’s script,” Padilha told Crave Online, adding some words of praise for his fellow director to make it clear that’s not a slur.
 
“Aronofsky is a great director. I love his films.”

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON ROBOCOP OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

David Cronenberg’s The Fly sequel is ready to go
David Cronenberg has written a sequel to The Fly and is waiting for Fox to decide whether they want to make it. Pressed about rumours of a Fly remake at a recent Dangerous Method junket, Cronenberg said.“The Fly is not exactly a remake, it’s sort of a sequel, kinda…” [FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON BRUNDLEFLY AND CRONENBERG OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]
David Cronenberg’s The Fly sequel is ready to go

David Cronenberg has written a sequel to The Fly and is waiting for Fox to decide whether they want to make it.
 
Pressed about rumours of a Fly remake at a recent Dangerous Method junket, Cronenberg said.“The Fly is not exactly a remake, it’s sort of a sequel, kinda…”

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON BRUNDLEFLY AND CRONENBERG OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Universal preps new Scarface movie
To paraphrase Homer Simpson, “First you get the money, then you get the power, the you get the women, then you get the second remake.”  Yes, Universal is prepping a third Scarface movie, which will apparently reimagine the crime drama for modern times in the same way Brian De Palma’s film reflected its ’80s era.  [FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON TONY MONTANA OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]
Universal preps new Scarface movie

To paraphrase Homer Simpson, “First you get the money, then you get the power, the you get the women, then you get the second remake.”
 
Yes, Universal is prepping a third Scarface movie, which will apparently reimagine the crime drama for modern times in the same way Brian De Palma’s film reflected its ’80s era.
 
[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON TONY MONTANA OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]