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Post by WyldeMan on 02/03/15, 02:47 pm


It’s been over a decade since Ethan Hawke, Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua patrolled the mean streets of Los Angeles in “Training Day,” and it looks like that team is looking to head to the Wild West for their next collaboration.

Sources say the Oscar-nominated Hawke is in final negotiations to join Washington in MGM’s “Magnificent Seven” remake with Fuqua directing.
Chris Pratt and Haley Bennett are also on board to star.

The 1960 original, itself a remake of Akira Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai,” starred Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen. It centered on seven gunslingers who protect an oppressed Mexican village from a group of outlaws.

The script was most recently reworked by John Lee Hancock, with “True Detective” creator Nic Pizzolatto writing the previous draft.

MGM is hoping the pairing of Hawke with Washington leads to the same success the two saw on crime drama “Training Day,” which overperformed at the box office and led to both men receiving Oscar nominations, with Washington eventually taking home the prize.

Hawke is coming off his Oscar-nominated role in “Boyhood” and has several upcoming projects that include Andrew Niccol’s “Good Kill” and the docu he directed, “Seymour: An Introduction.”


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Post by WyldeMan on 02/03/15, 02:50 pm

As much of a fan of the original as I am, even that was a remake so I can't hate on this simply for being a remake. Especially when I've enjoyed so many of them over the years. It's not going to draw away from the fact that Steve McQueen was and will always be the coolest mother fucker to ever live, but I love the idea of a Training Day reunion with Denzel, Ethan and Antoine. They are lining up so many talented actors and Hawke is another solid get but there are still four slots left and we have no idea who else they are even looking at.
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Post by Tyger on 02/03/15, 03:52 pm

Denzel is far from magnificent.
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Post by WyldeMan on 02/03/15, 04:04 pm

@Tyger wrote:Denzel is far from magnificent.

Well nobody is really magnificent these days, but if he brings his Man on Fire/Equalizer game, then it should be alright.

I'm more worried that they seem to only be hiring city slickers who have never been on horseback before.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 02/03/15, 04:50 pm

Denzel

Ethan


and that guy, Hollywood is trying to shoehorn into everything.


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Post by ForeverBlu on 02/03/15, 04:51 pm

Correction, Denzel
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Post by WyldeMan on 12/03/15, 03:34 pm

But it also has Nic Pizzolatto writing.
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Post by WyldeMan on 27/03/15, 05:45 pm

Vincent D’Onofrio is in talks to play the villain.
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Post by WyldeMan on 05/05/15, 06:01 pm


MGM and Sony are putting some international flair into its ensemble cast for the The Magnificent Seven remake. Byung-hun Lee is getting the role of Billy Rocks, and the South Korean star joins the Antoine Fuqua-directed ensemble cast led by Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio.
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Post by WyldeMan on 16/05/15, 02:13 pm

Matt Bomer and Jason Momoa to Ride with the Seven



Matt Bomer has joined the all-star cast of MGM’s remake of The Magnificent Seven.


Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, Wagner Moura, Haley Bennett and Jason Momoa are already in the saddle for the Western, which updates the 1960 movie that starred Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson and Robert Vaughn.
Antoine Fuqua is directing.


With a script written by John Lee Hancock and Nic Pizzolatto, the new version’s story kicks off when a woman (Bennett) hires a disparate group of gunslingers to protect her town from rampaging bandits that are led by a robber baron.


Bomer will play the woman’s husband, a man who tries to stand up to the robber baron.


Producing are Roger Birnbaum and Todd Black with Walter Mirisch and Fuqua serving as executive producers.


Bomer, who received plenty of acclaim, including a Golden Globe win, for his performance in HBO’s The Normal Heart, will be the male lead opposite Lady Gaga in American Horror Story: Hotel, the newest season of the horror anthology. He also has Magic Mike XXL due for a July 1 release and Shane Black’s The Nice Guys in post.
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Post by WyldeMan on 16/05/15, 02:14 pm

I am loving the casting. It's all been great news in my opinion.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 17/05/15, 04:12 pm

Pratt aside, that cast is solid.

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Post by WyldeMan on 12/04/16, 06:38 pm

Due to CinemaCon, we’re getting the scoop on a lot of upcoming films, both ones due out this year and beyond. One such revelation is a banner for Training Day director Antoine Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven, scripted by John Lee Hancock (A Perfect World) and Nic Pizzolatto (“True Detective“), which is due in theaters on September 23rd. A remake of the 1960 John Sturges classic (itself a loose remake of Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai), Fuqua’s film is just as star-studded as its predecessor.

Behold your new Seven…

Since we cannot see it up close, the characters pictured (from left to right) are

Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo)
Jack Horne (Vincent D’Onofrio)
Josh Farraday (Chris Pratt)
Sam Chisholm (Denzel Washington)
Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke)
Billy Rocks (Lee Byung-hun)
Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier)

Rounding out the rest of the cast are the likes of Haley Bennett, Matt Bomer, Luke Grimes, Billy Slaughter, Sean Bridgers, Cam Gigandet, Vinnie Jones, and Peter Sarsgaard. The latter is our big baddie, Bartholomew Bogue.

“Billy Rocks”. “Bartholomew Bogue”. “Goodnight Robicheaux”. God, I love some of these character names.

These thespians follow in the footsteps of Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach, James Coburn, Robert Vaughn, Charles Bronson, and many more. The original film eventually spawned three sequels: Return of the Seven (1966), Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969), and The Magnificent Seven Ride (1972). Only Brynner returned for the first sequel and even he was eventually recast, with hero Chris Adams played by George Kennedy in Guns and Lee Van Cleef in Ride.

There was also a rather fun TV series in the late ’90s that ran for two years, starring the likes of Michael Biehn, Ron Perlman, Laurie Holden, and Dale Midkiff, among others. Beyond that, there have been countless rip-offs/homages, from the science fiction exploitation epic Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) to the Italian trash sword-slinger The Seven Magnificent Barbarians (1983).

Will Fuqua’s reboot (which will contain James Horner’s final film score) live up to the fun of some of these classics (be they of the undisputed or cult variety)? I guess we’ll find out this fall!
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Post by Tyger on 12/04/16, 11:19 pm

I feel so bad for any horse that D'Onofrio may ride in the movie
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@Tyger wrote:I feel so bad for any horse that D'Onofrio may ride in the movie

It's like beating a dead horse while the poor thing is still walking....
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Post by Tyger on 19/04/16, 11:07 pm

That Denzel pic is going to lead to glorious memes, I just know it
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I'll never get tired of watching Denzel kicking ass.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 20/04/16, 02:12 pm

This movie looks good and a bunch of great cast too.

This movie takes place before The Hateful Eight? Razz
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Post by WyldeMan on 24/04/16, 11:01 am

Haley Bennett who plays the woman that hires Denzel's character here also played the Russian escort Mandy in The Equalizer who helped set his character in motion against the mob after they hurt her friend.

Watched the HBO premiere of Jurassic World last night, I hope Pratt and D'Onofrio get the chance to work together more in this film.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 24/04/16, 12:44 pm

@WyldeMan wrote:Haley Bennett who plays the woman that hires Denzel's character here also played the Russian escort Mandy in The Equalizer who helped set his character in motion against the mob after they hurt her friend.

I had to look at her IMDB page. That's interesting! She's been acting for a minute but is only now appearing in big films. I just saw a trailer for The Girl On The Train and she plays a big role in that I think. She might become more famous after these movies.
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Post by WyldeMan on 24/04/16, 02:20 pm

@UltimateMarvel wrote:I had to look at her IMDB page. That's interesting! She's been acting for a minute but is only now appearing in big films. I just saw a trailer for The Girl On The Train and she plays a big role in that I think. She might become more famous after these movies.

I wasn't familiar with Haley until Equilizer even though she's been acting for some time but she's now starting to do the kinds of projects that I watch. Along with Train she's also got Hardcore Henry the entirely POV action movie with Sharlto Copley. Gorgeous girl too.

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Post by UltimateMarvel on 24/04/16, 02:54 pm

@WyldeMan wrote:I wasn't familiar with Haley until Equilizer even though she's been acting for some time but she's now starting to do the kinds of projects that I watch. Along with Train she's also got Hardcore Henry the entirely POV action movie with Sharlto Copley. Gorgeous girl too.

Exactly. I might just have to check out Hardcore Henry too.
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Post by kernel_thai on 21/09/16, 12:10 am

Im sorry but I love this. This is the perfect vehicle for Pratt as the wise ass second fiddle to Denzel cool. Id join.
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Post by Tyger on 25/09/16, 11:35 pm

Watched this tonight, not bad. Predictable, but fun. You could tell the actors were having a great time.
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Post by WyldeMan on 26/09/16, 11:14 am

@Tyger wrote:Watched this tonight, not bad. Predictable, but fun. You could tell the actors were having a great time.

Is there much of that vixen Haley Bennett? Twisted Evil
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Post by Tyger on 26/09/16, 08:37 pm

In it quite a bit, but doesn't have a ton to do really
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@Tyger wrote:In it quite a bit, but doesn't have a ton to do really

Yet another movie that wastes her. Getting tired of only seeing Haley as a minor supporting characters.
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Post by kernel_thai on 28/09/16, 10:14 am

@Tyger wrote:Watched this tonight, not bad. Predictable, but fun. You could tell the actors were having a great time.

Agree. Just the type of Western I like.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 20/12/16, 02:48 pm

This was fun and the story was predictable for sure. Didn't expect that outcome for some of the characters though. Peter Sarsgaard is always a bad guy, it's so easy to hate him in any movie he's in.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 20/12/16, 03:42 pm

@WyldeMan wrote:
@Tyger wrote:In it quite a bit, but doesn't have a ton to do really

Yet another movie that wastes her. Getting tired of only seeing Haley as a minor supporting characters.



Have you seen the film Kristy, she's the lead in that one.


The trailer is in my 2016 Thanksgiving WATCHathon thread.
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Post by WyldeMan on 20/12/16, 04:21 pm

@UltimateMarvel wrote:This was fun and the story was predictable for sure. Didn't expect that outcome for some of the characters though. Peter Sarsgaard is always a bad guy, it's so easy to hate him in any movie he's in.

More characters survived this iteration than they did in the Brenner/McQueen original, so it was still a good day for them. Razz
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 20/12/16, 05:00 pm

@WyldeMan wrote:
@UltimateMarvel wrote:This was fun and the story was predictable for sure. Didn't expect that outcome for some of the characters though. Peter Sarsgaard is always a bad guy, it's so easy to hate him in any movie he's in.

More characters survived this iteration than they did in the Brenner/McQueen original, so it was still a good day for them. Razz

Ah! People who watched that one probably weren't surprised at some of the character's death. I thought they'd all make it hence the title of the movie.
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Post by WyldeMan on 20/12/16, 05:30 pm

@UltimateMarvel wrote:Ah! People who watched that one probably weren't surprised at some of the character's death. I thought they'd all make it hence the title of the movie.

There were always several new Magnificent characters around for the sequels. I thought they might opt to keep a few alive for that situation here but they stuck to the formula which says that with westerns if you're not the lead character, you die and the woman our hero bonded with, always gets left a lonely widow on the plains. Cool
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 20/12/16, 10:15 pm

@WyldeMan wrote:
@UltimateMarvel wrote:Ah! People who watched that one probably weren't surprised at some of the character's death. I thought they'd all make it hence the title of the movie.

There were always several new Magnificent characters around for the sequels. I thought they might opt to keep a few alive for that situation here but they stuck to the formula which says that with westerns if you're not the lead character, you die and the woman our hero bonded with, always gets left a lonely widow on the plains. Cool

Yep, I thought Haley Bennett's character would end up with Pratt's at least. And Matt Bomer's role was so little in this, he's a big enough star that should have played a more significant character.
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@UltimateMarvel wrote:Yep, I thought Haley Bennett's character would end up with Pratt's at least. And Matt Bomer's role was so little in this, he's a big enough star that should have played a more significant character.

Pratt had McQueen's role so I always expected it, I just wasn't sure if he'd do it cause best of my knowledge, it was his first career death.

I thought they were building Haley to join the Seven for the sequel but instead she got some awkward camera shots to make it seem like now that her husband is dead she was just gonna get together with the other guy who hired them, then she just watched em ride out instead of joining em. I was hoping for a little more love for the female characters but this is a Fuqua film, so pointless thought.

FYI, not that you'll have any idea or care but the original Seven was even an American western remake of the legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai which came 6 years before it.  Cool

Spoiler:

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@WyldeMan wrote:

FYI, not that you'll have any idea or care but the original Seven was even an American western remake of the legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai which came 6 years before it.  Cool

Spoiler:


Love that. Have the Criterion Blu. Have a few of his Criterion's.

And another note ... Akira's film "Hidden Fortress" was a massive influence in the creation of the original Star Wars. Not that Abe would know or care. No Jedi's in it.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 21/12/16, 12:49 am

@WyldeMan wrote:FYI, not that you'll have any idea or care but the original Seven was even an American western remake of the legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai which came 6 years before it.  Cool

Wow! Of course I had no idea. Good to know. So this is a remake of a remake essentially. lol
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Post by WyldeMan on 21/12/16, 11:11 am

@Rusty Cunt wrote:
@WyldeMan wrote:

FYI, not that you'll have any idea or care but the original Seven was even an American western remake of the legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai which came 6 years before it.  Cool

Spoiler:


Love that. Have the Criterion Blu. Have a few of his Criterion's.

And another note  ... Akira's film "Hidden Fortress" was a massive influence in the creation of the original Star Wars. Not that Abe would know or care. No Jedi's in it.

Yup, the original Lightsaber was a Katana. Cool

Also, George Lucas stole the concept of "The Force" from the The Flash which predated it by over 40 years, even if nobody but me seems to believe that's true.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 21/12/16, 02:14 pm

Meh, Lucas' version is better.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 19/07/17, 01:08 pm

Finally saw this one on cable last weekend.

I was underwhelmed, plus the two characters I found the most interesting died.


B000000000000000000000000000000000!

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@ForeverBlu wrote:Finally saw this one on cable last weekend.

I was underwhelmed, plus the two characters I found the most interesting died.

B000000000000000000000000000000000!


I finally watched it about a week or so back once it finally hit Netflix.

I felt the same. Such an underwhelming movie. That cast should have left me in awe, but Fuqua made a studio movie by the numbers. He tried so hard to hit certain moments/get certain shots, it felt like he followed every studio note handed to him and he made a strained mess.

Shame. Could have been awesome.

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