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Humdrum shake – Aftershock review

By Richard Haridy September 4, 2013 Eli Roth seems determined to make a bad film in every country around the world. After trashing Europe in his Hostel saga and co-writing the bizarre Chinese kung-fu The Man With The Iron Fists with RZA, he now sets his sights on South America with the earthquake based, survival […]

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The top 10 director burns

The top 10 director burns. By Simon Miraudo. There’s nothing like a good old fashioned filmmaker feud! The ever-opinionated David Cronenberg, hot on the Cosmopolis publicity trail, recently told NextMovie he had no interest in ever making a superhero movie. Then he began criticising Christopher Nolan‘s Batman flicks (“they’re mostly¬†boring), and anyone who branded them […]

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Eli Roth might direct Russell Crowe as Dracula

Russell Crowe has long been attached to play Dracula in Harker, a reimagining of Bram Stoker’s classic tale. The film might finally be taking shape now that a director is ready to come on board. According to Deadline, Eli Roth (Hostel) is in talks to direct Lee Shipman and Brian McGreevy’s screenplay. Jaume Collet-Serra was […]

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Trailer Debut: The Man with the Iron Fists

We’ve gotten used to reporting on films that will likely never eventuate; wild fantasies, vanity projects, or vaunted sequels that just never get off the ground. Somehow, one of the crazier projects of the last few years actually got made, and we now have the trailerific proof. Wu Tang’s¬†RZA directs the $20 million kung-fu throwback […]

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Russell Crowe to star in RZA’s kung fu flick?

UPDATE: Hold your horses RZA! Russell Crowe has confirmed via Twitter that he is not quite attached to this project. Previously:  Russell Crowe has reportedly signed on to star in RZA‘s upcoming kung-fu flick The Man With The Iron Fist. RZA told E! Online that Crowe will play “the baddest man alive”. It is unknown […]

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