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Zitat von: Tito nach 27 August 2009, 20:18:35Channing Tatum?! Soll das Brokeback Mountain 2 werden?! Der darf gerne Teela spielen. Jesse Spencer nur wenn er es schafft, noch 60 Kilo Muskelmasse aufzubauen. Ich denke auch eher an jemanden wie "Triple H" und "Stone Cold" Steve Austin als Skeletor.
Zitat von: Grusler nach 28 August 2009, 03:18:22Fragt sich nur, was nun gemacht wird, höchstwahrscheinlich natürlich PG-13 oder gar PG, obwohl ein R rated MotU-Film wirklich mal was wäre.
Zitat von: Mr. Vincent VegaNatürlich liebe ich GTA - immerhin kann ich dort Frauen erschiessen!!
Zitat von: Intergalactic Ape-Man nach 30 August 2009, 20:05:59Ich glaub, ich hab mich entschieden:
ZitatWarner Bros. Exits Masters of the UniverseSource:Variety, September 9, 2009Variety reports that Warner Bros. and Mattel are parting ways on Masters of the Universe, the new live-action adaptation of the Mattel toy line that the studio and producer Joel Silver have been developing since 2007.The trade says that Mattel and WB didn't see eye to eye over the direction of the project and made a mutual decision to let the option lapse this month.Mattel will take back the property and set it up elsewhere. The expectation is that director John Stevenson (Kung Fu Panda) will remain with the project, but not Silver, who is exclusive to WB.
ZitatThe press release indicates that the film is now officially titled MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE 3D and will tell the story of Prince Adam (Tatum), son of King Randor of Eternia. When the King is overthrown by his trusted advisor Skeletor, Prince Adam is cast off to the wastelands of the planet along with his sister Adora, his mentor Duncan, and his childhood friend Teela. Together, the siblings encounter a mythical sorceress who shows them the power of Castle Greyskull, the mystical center of the planet. With the Sword of Power, Adam will become He-Man, the Master of the Universe!That's right people, Adora! That means that not only will MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE 3D feature He-Man, but She-Ra as well! It is not a stretch to imagine that they are going to go for a franchise with this movie and set up a possible spinoff for He-Man's sister. In keeping with recent comments from Chu, this is not going to be a cheezy cartoon adaptation but something darker, hopefully more like G.I. JOE: RETALIATION.According to the studio press release, Channing Tatum had this to say about taking the iconic role:"It brings me back to my youth and I knew I had to be a part of getting this movie together. For every MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE fan out there, it felt like it was time and I wanted to make sure to protect it in the process."Chu also added this:"I never expected to connect on a human level to a MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE movie but I really plugged in emotionally. That alone, got me excited to see what we could do with the property. Chan is the ideal choice for the role and will show audiences that he has the power!"No additional casting has been announced yet, but Chu has mentioned the posibility of bringing Dolph Lundgren back. While there may not be a direct way to tie the 1987 original with this new remake, theories have Lundgren playing King Randor.Richard Wenk's draft of the screenplay is said to keep many of the classic characters intact and does not relocate the action from Eternia to our world as the original movie did. Keeping the movie a science fiction/fantasy epic will set it apart from other franchises. Chu is looking to shoot the film entirely in 3D with the potential to incorporate IMAX footage as well. All the more better to visualize Castle Greyskull and Snake Mountain on the big screen.MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE 3D starring Channing Tatum will open everywhere on April 1, 2015. Visit Deadline.com for more info and pics.(Deadline/Joblo)
ZitatTerry Rossio to Rewrite Masters of the UniverseSource: The Hollywood Reporter, October 7, 2013Although the G.I. Joe: Retaliation helmer was officially attached to direct Masters of the Universe as recently as this past July, The Hollywood Reporter today brings word that Jon M. Chu is no longer set to direct the adaptation of the 1980's cartoon series. They also bring word that Terry Rossio, who recently worked on Gore Verbinski's The Lone Ranger, has signed on to rewrite the current screenplay.
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