|US Release Date||11/30/1984|
Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann is reportedly in talks to direct a big screen adaption of Kung Fu.
Director Justin Lin has signed on to give Chinese cult classic The Shaolin Temple another remake - this time in 3D.
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News Roundup for March 28--Will Smith will be remaking the Sidney Poitier film Uptown Saturday Night Blade writer is directing another vampire movie Glenn Close and Danny Devito will star in Woody Allen's next film with Christina Ricci and Jason Biggs An Anne Robinson biopic is being planned David Bowie signs new record deal
Colorful and stunningly choreographed, Iron Monkey is entertaining from start to finish, even if the story is little more than Robin Hood recast.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 17, 2000 -- A few years back, Jet Li’s ass-kicking dexterity was known only to a select few -- namely, geeky Far East cinephiles immersed in a world of fanzines and fringe video stores. And in two major U.S. flicks' time, the Chinese martial artist turned movie star has joined the ranks of other imported Hong Kong cinematic icons -- such as Jackie Chan and Chow Yun-Fat -- in successfully making the crossover from the niche market of Asian cinema to the cash cow of Ho
The sequel to Charlie's Angels is looking to start shooting as early as spring 2002, producer Leonard Goldberg confirmed to Variety. "Depending on whether a strike happens, we should have the script in four to six weeks," Goldberg said. "We'll take it to the Angels for their perusal, and if they like it, Sony can sit down with them and make a deal." The film will reunite the girls--Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Cameron Diaz-along with the director McG. Barrymore will co-produce with Goldberg.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.