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El primer cartel del remake de “Evil Dead” del director uruguayo Fede Alvarez ya se estrenó por la red. Por lo que parece, es más bien un cartel promocional que uno oficial.
El cartel posee un texto que lo cubre todo y que dice: “El film más aterrador que usted experimentará.” Palabras pesadas para una cinta cuya versión original no asustó tanto.
De todos modos, por lo que hemos visto del primer avance del film, no vamos a negar que la cinta tenga la capacidad de asustar.
Bruce Campbell, el protagonista de la película original, ahora es el productor de esta nueva versión y los nuevos protagonistas serán Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernández, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas y Elizabeth Blackmore.
Sean Penn‘s busy shooting schedule has suddenly gone dark.
In an announcement that has caught two studios by surprise, Penn has pulled out of two films, citing personal reasons.
Penn has informed Universal and Imagine that he will be unable to star in the Asger Leth-directed drama “Cartel,” which was to be his next movie. His role will be recast. Studio is putting together a list of actors now and hopes to stick with an early fall start date.
Scripted by Peter Craig, the movie follows a man who journeys to protect his son after his wife is murdered by Mexican cartels.
Penn will also be unable to make the start date of MGM comedy “The Three Stooges.” He was to star as Larry in the pic, directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly. “Stooges” also stars Jim Carrey as Curly and Benicio Del Toro as Moe. It’s unclear if the studio will recast or wait for Penn to return to work.
Penn has completed two films for River Road, both earmarked for release next year. “Fair Game,” the Doug Liman-directed drama about outed CIA agent Valerie Plame, co-stars Naomi Watts. The Terrence Malick-directed “The Tree of Life” also stars Brad Pitt.
During the Cannes Film Festival, Penn was revealed to be in talks to star in “This Must Be the Place,” which will mark the English-language feature debut of Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino, with a script co-written by Sorrentino and Umberto Contarello (Daily Variety, May 17). Pic was to be produced by Nicola Giuliano of Indigo Film and Andrea Occhipinti of Lucky Red. Financing and scheduling were not yet complete on that film, but Penn still intends to make the film at some point.
Penn is taking an undetermined sabbatical — possibly as much as a year — to focus on his family.
Sean Penn is in talks to star in “Cartel,” a drama for Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment.
Asger Leth will direct and Brian Grazer is producing.
Scripted by Peter Craig, the mission movie will follow Ed Marker as he journeys to protect his son after his wife is brutally murdered in the gritty world of Mexican cartels.
The drama took root at Imagine as a remake of 1993 Italian film “La scorta,” which followed four cops’ struggle to guard a special prosecutor trying to bring mob bosses to justice. It evolved into an action vehicle for Penn.
Robert Stone and Webster Stone will exec produce.
Leth makes his dramatic feature directing debut on the film. He previously won a DGA Award for directing the 2006 documentary “Ghosts of Cite Soleil.”
The studio and Imagine want to get the picture into production by summer. Start date won’t be firmed until Penn’s deal is made.
Penn has also been in discussions to star with Naomi Watts in the Doug Liman-directed “Fair Game,” a drama about the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame that landed at Bill Pohlad‘s River Road after Warner Bros. dropped out. Those talks continue.
Imagine is in post-production on the Ron Howard-directed “Angels and Demons,” which Sony releases May 15. Company is also prepping the untitled Robin Hood film to be helmed by Ridley Scott, with Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett starring. Lensing is set to begin April 1 for Universal.