Crowe, Bale Get Company On "3:10 To Yuma"

Peter Fonda, Gretchen Mol and Dallas Roberts will be joining Russell Crowe and Christian Bale in the Western "3:10 to Yuma." The film, a remake of a 1957 Glenn Ford movie, will be helmed by James Mangold ("Walk the Line").

Ben Foster and Vinessa Shaw will also round out the cast of "Yuma," which will begin shooting in New Mexico in late October. The film tells the story of an outlaw in custody and his battle of wills to be set free. The movie will be released in 2007.


It looks like thse two will be getting some company for their trip out west.

Comments

moolib

Mary Carlson

[b]Russell Crowe?[/b]
What's the deal? The picture next to Christian Bale's pic is obviously Craig Bierko, and the picture next to Mr. Crowe's name above that servies as a link to his page is of Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. Can't find any pictures of Mr. Crowe???

Sep 29 - 06:37 PM

hatchling

Marilee Henneberger

[b]What does Craig Bierko have to do with 3:10 to Yuma[/b]
Come on... what gives with the picture? Use a photo of Russell Crowe, not a supporting actor from The Cinderella Man.

Sep 30 - 06:38 AM

Unbreakable Samurai

Unbreakable Samurai

Kickass, I like the additions. This movie is going to be great.

Sep 30 - 11:51 AM

Paul_Is_Drunk

Paul Andersen

There are no original ideas in Hollywood, are there? All for the movie... but c'mon there has to be some projects that aren't remakes.

Oct 1 - 01:41 PM

Chim

Robby Robertson

"There are no original ideas in Hollywood, are there? All for the movie... but c'mon there has to be some projects that aren't remakes."

I agree, but Bale wouldn't take it unless there was something to be done.

Oct 1 - 04:23 PM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

[b]Shut and sit your ass down[/b]
While I agree, people like you need to shut up. This is a troll statement. "The Departed," a remake of the Hong Kong drama "Internal Affairs," is getting really strong marks right now (8 positiive reviews, 0 negative reviews). Plus it's directed by filmmaker-of-our-time Martin Scorcese.

So don't automatically think James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma" will be a suckfest. You may be surprised.

Of course, I may be lying. The caliber of "All The King's Men" looked Oscar-worthy, yet that got mostly negative reviews.

Oct 2 - 07:41 AM

Mikeal420

David Goldman

"Internal Affairs" is a movie starring Richard Gere, "InFernal Affairs" is what you're thinking of. Also, I wouldn't call "The Departed" a remake, the screenwriter even refused to watch the original Hong Kong version--and as much as I loved "Infernal Affairs", this is probably the only Asian strait to American remake I'm actually looking foward to, so I agree with you on that. From what I hear Scorccese uses strong character development, something that the original was lacking

Hollywood does need to come up with more original ideas rather than depending on East-Asia for them though. Most Americans will never see great Asian films because distributers would rather buy the rights for a remake rather than market them to us

Oct 2 - 08:31 AM

Chim

Robby Robertson

"There are no original ideas in Hollywood, are there? All for the movie... but c'mon there has to be some projects that aren't remakes."

I agree, but Bale wouldn't take it unless there was something to be done.

Oct 1 - 04:23 PM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

[b]Shut and sit your ass down[/b]
While I agree, people like you need to shut up. This is a troll statement. "The Departed," a remake of the Hong Kong drama "Internal Affairs," is getting really strong marks right now (8 positiive reviews, 0 negative reviews). Plus it's directed by filmmaker-of-our-time Martin Scorcese.

So don't automatically think James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma" will be a suckfest. You may be surprised.

Of course, I may be lying. The caliber of "All The King's Men" looked Oscar-worthy, yet that got mostly negative reviews.

Oct 2 - 07:41 AM

Mikeal420

David Goldman

"Internal Affairs" is a movie starring Richard Gere, "InFernal Affairs" is what you're thinking of. Also, I wouldn't call "The Departed" a remake, the screenwriter even refused to watch the original Hong Kong version--and as much as I loved "Infernal Affairs", this is probably the only Asian strait to American remake I'm actually looking foward to, so I agree with you on that. From what I hear Scorccese uses strong character development, something that the original was lacking

Hollywood does need to come up with more original ideas rather than depending on East-Asia for them though. Most Americans will never see great Asian films because distributers would rather buy the rights for a remake rather than market them to us

Oct 2 - 08:31 AM

Mikeal420

David Goldman

"Internal Affairs" is a movie starring Richard Gere, "InFernal Affairs" is what you're thinking of. Also, I wouldn't call "The Departed" a remake, the screenwriter even refused to watch the original Hong Kong version--and as much as I loved "Infernal Affairs", this is probably the only Asian strait to American remake I'm actually looking foward to, so I agree with you on that. From what I hear Scorccese uses strong character development, something that the original was lacking

Hollywood does need to come up with more original ideas rather than depending on East-Asia for them though. Most Americans will never see great Asian films because distributers would rather buy the rights for a remake rather than market them to us

Oct 2 - 08:31 AM

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