Monday, November 25, 2013

WALKING DEAD'S NORMAN REEDUS TO JOIN LUKE EVANS IN 'THE CROW' REMAKE? 'TEN COMMANDMENTS' NEW TELEVISION MINI SERIES! ANDREW J. WEST JOINS 'THE WALKING DEAD' AFTER THE MIDSEASON BREAK

NORMAN REEDUS TO JOIN
LUKE EVANS IN 'THE CROW' REMAKE?
I'm sure that you are already excited about the remake of famous THE CROW movie from 90's which is currently being shot in USA with charismatic Welsh star Luke Evans in the lead role. To add to that excitement here's a spicy piece of news: according to some rumours THE WALKING DEAD crossbow wielding zombie slayer Daryl might join the movie since Norman Reedus is allegedly currently in talks to join the cast. To be directed by F. Javier Gutierrez, the remake will see Luke Evans playing rock star Eric Draven, who was killed alongside his fiancée and then comes back from the grave to avenge his own death. Luke Evans, who has just finished shooting DRACULA epic, is currently undergoing physical training for the role. You will watch him as Bard the Bowman next month in THE HOBBIT THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG.

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
NEW BIBLICAL MINI TV SERIES
In television news this Monday, WGN America is preparing new mini series: according to 'Deadline' they will turn THE TEN COMMANDMENTS into a ten part event series with the idea of each episode being directed by another famous Hollywood filmmaker. The Ten Commandments, or the Decalogue, feature a set of biblical principles delivered by God to Moses that include prohibitions against idolatry, blasphemy, murder, theft, dishonesty, and adultery.

ANDREW J. WEST JOINS
THE WALKING DEAD MIDSEASON!
And speaking of THE WALKING DEAD, how do you like the fourth season so far? I'm kinda missing the sudden twists and unexpected shocking surprises which were much more present in previous runs of the zombie show. The latest update from the show is that young Andrew J. West has been cast and will take a significant role with a large presence in the second part of the fourth season which airs from February after the break. He will play a character named Gareth, who is a changed version of a character from the comic books and might get a regular presence in the story later on.

29 comments:

  1. Luke Evans is staying busy, busy. I forgot he was doing the remake of The Crow too.

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    1. yep, he is currently working with a trainer in NY preparing for the role, and a few weeks ago he finished DRACULA in Ireland.

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  2. "The Ten Commandments" might be worthwhile if they got some really edgy directors to make the various episodes!

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    1. yep, and if they don't make it crappy like THE BIBLE series at History earlier this year.

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  3. All sounds good. I've only managed to find time watch the first two episodes of season 4! Need to have a catch up evening at some point but to busy at the moment!

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    1. It's been good so far, but the change of the show runner is clearly visible, since the show has lost its twisty dynamics

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  4. I know one actor here. But hey, that's pretty good for me.

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    1. it's been a day without famous actors

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    2. Even with those, I don't know them all. This is a hard game, Dezzy. I'm not good at it.

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    3. PS: I could tell you who has the best deal on paper towels and shampoo this week, but famous actors, not so much.

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    4. Oh, it will be a true delight for you tomorrow here since I'm bringing a post in which you won't know a single name, I'm sure :)

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  5. I can definitely see Norman Reedus as The Crow. But a remake? Really?

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    1. he is not the Crow, Luke is :) Norman will play a supporting role.

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  6. so will it be one commandment a show... until they are done... i wish they would stop trending tv shows. i have an idea with all the remakes/redos/upgrades.... stop!

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  7. Hum, I just started season 3 of Walking Dead and I'm not feeling pulled in yet. I hope that changes.

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    1. Ah, the third one was difficult for me because I hated the Governor and all the tension between humans.

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  8. It will be nice to see Norman Reedus in something other than THE WALKING DEAD.

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    1. yep, I think he has morally questionable taste in choosing roles, because he said he is waiting for Del Toro or Nollan to offer him roles. I wouldn't star in their violent and irresponsible movies even if they paid me millions.

      PS tried commenting at your place but was unable earlier today. Blogger is messing with all the gadgets which are on our pages. I don't have sharing gadget nor LINK WITHIN gadget today either :(

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  9. i heard he is a good actor, altough i don't watch the walking dead. hope he does well.

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    1. You should try it, George, it is really a good show when it comes to psychology and moral dilemmas.

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  10. I recently bought myself a special edition of the ten commandments movie with Charlton Heston. With a 1923 version as extra. I'm curious what they will make from it with the special effects of today.

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Could be quite an event if they make it right :)

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  11. The 10 Commandments mini series should be interesting!

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  12. Why remake The Crow? What's wrong with coming up with something... Oh, I don't know... Original!?

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    1. unoriginal generations, unoriginal movies....

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