Total Updates: 4
- Wed., Apr. 27, 2011 from Deadline
- added Legendary Films as a production company of Here There Be Monsters
- Wed., Jun. 16, 2010 from makingof.com
- added Legendary Films as a production company of Gears of War
- Wed., Apr. 28, 2010 from Deadline
- added Legendary Films as a production company of Wrath of the Titans
- added Legendary Films as a production company of Where the Wild Things Are
Paul Greengrass will push back for at least a year his Martin Luther King Jr assassination film Memphis. I'm told he's now looking at several projects to do next, and the front-runner is The Deep Blue Good-by, one of the John D. MacDonald series of novels with character Travis McGee.
"We got really close to making it with Len Wiseman. It was like a $150 million budget, and at that point the studio decided they wanted to do the more contained kind of Cloverfield version of the film,"
Two big Warner Bros sequels are in the offing, and both of them are wrestling with major elements changes from the original moneymakers. Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures are moving ahead with a sequel to Clash of the Titans, which the studio would like as early as spring, 2012.