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    Neuromancer Producer Says Bruce Willis Is Attached… But Is He? And Check Out This Pitch Trailer Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Still, though, some of the finance is yet to click into place. The film’s producer, Peter Hoffman, has been at the AFM, shopping the project around, and telling potential investors that Paramount-based Lorenzo Di Bonaventura is coming on board.

    What’s more, he’s said that Bruce Willis is also attached to the project. Indiewire checked with Willis’ agents at CAA and learned that, yes, he’s reading the script. It’s fuzzy in the report if that’s all they said, or exactly how they said it – but, well, it seems like Willis probably isn’t “formally attached” just yet. Not to say he won’t be soon… So, let’s wait and see.*

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    Max Borenstein to Write GODZILLA Reboot

    This summer it was reported that David Goyer would write the Godzilla reboot brewing over at Legendary. The news gave Matt pause at the time, and I tend to agree. Goyer is hit (The Dark Knight) or miss (The Unborn), and its not entirely clear how responsible he is for the hits. We’ll have to find other things to worry about, though, since Heat Vision reports Legendary has hired Max Borenstein to write Godzilla. Wisely, Borenstein has not yet amassed a series of credits by which Matt and I would judge him. But you’ll see “Written by Max Borenstein” on a number of films over the next few years. He just turned in the latest draft of Art of the Steal to producers Zac Efron and Kevin McCormick. He entered into the Legendary family earlier this year with the assignment to rewrite The Seventh Son. Last (but certainly not least), Borenstein is working on the Jimi Hendrix biopic Jimi, also for Legendary. In other words, Borenstein is a fresh up-and-comer, which seems the right fit for director Gareth Edwards, who made waves in 2010 with his microbudget feature debut Monsters.

    Legendary’s Thomas Tull and Jon Jashni are producing alongside Dan Lin, Roy Lee, and Brian Rogers. Warner Bros. will distribute Godzilla as part of their ongoing relationship with Legendary.
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    Evan Spiliotopoulos to Write ASTEROIDS Movie

    I can't wait for TEMPEST:THE MOVIE myself.

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    Rumor of the Day: Kristen Stewart offered lead role in Akira | Blastr

    And a collective eye-roll seizes the net!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    No, see, this is a good thing. Now we can all not want to see this even more!

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    Are there going to cast at least some token Asians to put in the background in Akira?
    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
    -Julio Cortazar

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    Nope. It's impossible to believe he could get anywhere on that boss red motorbike of his if there are still asians on the road. C'mon I keed!!!!!!

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    Gavin Hood Picks 'Hugo' Star Asa Butterfield To Headline Adaptation Of 'Ender's Game' | Filmmakers, Film Industry, Film Festivals, Awards & Movie Reviews | indieWIRE

    But it seems like Hood's search might have come to an end, as Deadline reports that the director has offered the lead role of Andrew 'Ender' Wiggin, a bullied young boy who turns out to be a master military strategist, to 14-year-old Asa Butterfield. The young British actor first came to attention as one of the two central boys in tear-jerker "The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas," but is about to become even more familiar to audiences, with the lead role in Martin Scorsese's 3D family flick "Hugo," which opens next week.

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    We Don't Need To Talk About Ezra Miller In 'Akira' Anymore | Filmmakers, Film Industry, Film Festivals, Awards & Movie Reviews | indieWIRE

    "It's not true," he recently told Moviefone when they inquired about this involvement. "That, I can assure you, will not be a reality." But ever the gentleman, he wishes the production the best of luck. "It's a beautiful Japanese epic and I think it'll be a very entertaining, fun film, but no, it's not my next move," he said.

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