October 16, 2009
Weekly Ketchup: Chris Pine May Play Jack Ryan
This week's Ketchup includes the expected franchise reboots - both involving espionage types Jack Ryan and Matt Helm - potentially starring Chris Pine and Bradley Cooper, as well as new projects for Will Ferrell (in a serious role, no less), Matthew McConaughey (as an attorney - wait, wasn't that A Time to Kill?), and Clive Owen (being awesome as usual). On the Rotten end of things, just wait until you find out what Hollywood (namely Roland Emmerich and 20th Century Fox) wants to do with Moses and William Shakespeare - suffice it to say they might very well be turning in their graves.
March 20, 2008
Sam Raimi, Meet Jack Ryan
It looks like Paramount really is planning a Jack Ryan revival -- and they're looking to Sam Raimi to help them make it happen.
January 23, 2008
Ryan Gosling Starring in Jack Ryan Franchise Reboot?
Romantics swooned over him in The Notebook, and critics loved his turn as the doll-toting lead character in last year's Lars and the Real Girl -- and if the latest rumors are correct, Ryan Gosling could soon be adding "action hero" to his résumé.
January 18, 2008
Down but Not Out, HD DVD Soldiers On
The clock hasn't stopped ticking on the format, but HD DVD consumers can look forward to seeing new films on store shelves -- for at least the next few months, anyway.
June 27, 2006
Jack Ryan Series Stalled at Paramount
Don't be expecting any new Jack Ryan adventures anytime soon. Seems that Paramount has put the series (or, more specifically, Tom Clancy's "Without Remorse" and "Rainbow Six") into turnaround. Which means they'll probably come back to the series some time down the road ... but not any time real soon:
January 18, 2006
Singleton Shows Some "Remorse"
The frequently busy John Singleton has signed a deal with Paramount to bring Tom Clancy's "Without Remorse" to the big screen. The project looks to be the beginning of a new franchise, if everything goes according to plan.
December 1, 2005
Weinsteins to Adapt the "Equalizer"
ComingSoon.net brings word that those Weinstein boys will soon be adapting an old TV show into a new-fangled movie. If you were a CBS watcher between the years of 1985 and 1989, then you're probably a big fan of "The Equalizer," which means you'll most likely be among the opening weekend ticket-buyers.