Warner Bros. Orders Another "Dirty Dozen"

Summary

Per Variety, Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures have announced plans to remake 1967's "The Dirty Dozen," the classic WWII flick about a ragtag bunch of convicts assigned to a high-risk mission in Germany. Back to Article

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sathington willoby

sathington willoby

Tarantino should hurry up and sink this shit

Mar 13 - 05:32 PM

chakaKAAAHHHN!

Patrick Foote

[b]WHAT THE FUCK[/b]
Wow, people are really, really dumb. Just do The Godfather and get it over with, we all know it is coming.

Come on Tarantino.

Mar 13 - 05:59 PM

cgcbooks

Robert Kimberlin

[b]You are kidding right?[/b]
If this kind of shit keeps up, people just might start reading books again instead of going to the movies. Doesn't anyone out there in Hollywood have an original idea in their so-called brain? What a waste of time and money. They won't get either of mine!

Mar 13 - 06:52 PM

Prosper761

Brian Bara

[b]Destroy All Remakes[/b]
Have Hollywood execs learned nothing from last year's disasterous box-office? Re-makes suck and audiences hate them! There are plenty of new, talented and original writers out there, begging for their work to be seen, but the idiotic number crunchers now running the studios are too stupid and too lazy to realize it. Thank God for independent cinema.

Mar 13 - 07:44 PM

VML

Victoria Leduc

They're killing the careers of the screenwriters who are trying to get into the business by allowing the unoriginal screenwriters to make stupid movies!

Mar 14 - 07:43 AM

lpbreeze

First Last

Man the movie is still good. There is no point of remaking it. I agree with some remakes but not this one.

Mar 14 - 01:03 PM

Scotchy829

Scotty Aklinski

[b]Seriously, wtf.[/b]
First Riffi, now THIS?

Mar 15 - 08:21 AM

DR.OZ

David Rozycki

[b]Hollywood will remake any and everything[/b]
They are selling these movies to young idiots who have never heard of the originals and those of us who love the originals might go out of curiosity or nostalgia so they always seem to make money. Plus less money for writing. I just hope they never remake "The Wild Bunch" starring Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube, Steven Segal, Vin Diesel, and that Mexican guy from "That 70's Show!! Start a thread. Which movie would you least like to be remade??

Mar 15 - 05:33 PM

southfrisco

Dan Huck

DR OZ, didn't you hear they are making a film version of Welcome Back Kotter with Ice Cube in the starring role as Kotter.....funny sh*t. This is no joke.

Mar 16 - 11:21 PM

dracus

Cap Nord

I just read somewhere that that they're remaking "The Wild Bunch" starring Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube, Steven Segal, Vin Diesel, and that Mexican guy from "That 70's Show!! LOL

Mar 16 - 09:37 AM

Fangmeier69

Jonathan Greene

[b]Stop the remakes![/b]
Have the execs learned nothing from last year?? We are sick to death of all these remakes! For the love of God, stop it! Stop! Stop!! STOP!!! STTTTTTTTOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mar 16 - 10:45 AM

southfrisco

Dan Huck

DR OZ, didn't you hear they are making a film version of Welcome Back Kotter with Ice Cube in the starring role as Kotter.....funny sh*t. This is no joke.

Mar 16 - 11:21 PM

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What a rip-off! There%u2019s this Hollywood film company called Alpine Pictures that has been in pre-production for over a year on an animated movie called %u201CDorothy Of Oz%u201D based on L. Frank Baum%u2019s great grandson%u2019s books. Roger S. Baum wrote %u201CDorothy Of OZ%u201D in the 1980s and it was a best-seller. Can%u2019t Warner Brothers come up with a truly original idea on their own? Go to www.DorothyOfOzTheMovie.com and check it out yourself!

Aug 22 - 10:05 PM

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