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  • Monkey joe
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    Re: Studios prep back-up plan: despite strike, many films ready to go

    Originally posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    I read that whole article and had to see at the end they are allowing Fred Durst to direct a movie?

    He was a crappy musician, I can't imagine what kind of crappy director he would be.

    Yeah but it is not for Disney. Thank the mouse.

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  • sir clinksalot
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    Re: Studios prep back-up plan: despite strike, many films ready to go

    I read that whole article and had to see at the end they are allowing Fred Durst to direct a movie?

    He was a crappy musician, I can't imagine what kind of crappy director he would be.

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  • ZeekSlider
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    Disney got Prince of Persia?! Oh crap, another video game meets its end at the hands of a movie tie-in.

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  • ALIASd
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    Re: Studios prep back-up plan: despite strike, many films ready to go

    Originally posted by Mr. Yeti View Post
    What about Jungle Cruise? What's going on with that film?
    In development.

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  • Mr. Yeti
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    What about Jungle Cruise? What's going on with that film?

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  • Studios prep back-up plan: despite strike, many films ready to go

    Disney plans to put seven movies in production by March. Studio starts with "Shopaholic" in early January, followed by the Adam Sandler-Adam Shankman comedy "Bedtime Stories," a reinvention of "Witch Mountain" that stars Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, two transfers of Disney Channel hits in "High School Musical 3" and "Hannah Montana," Sandra Bullock starrer "The Proposal," and "Christmas Carol," the Robert Zemeckis-directed film that features Jim Carrey in numerous roles. Most of those films were long planned, and not stimulated by a strike deadline. Studio had hoped to move forward with another tentpole, "Prince of Persia," but likely will have to wait until a labor resolution.
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    Studios prep back-up plan

    Despite strike, many films ready to go

    http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...ryid=2821&cs=1

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