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“I don’t know when it’s coming out, but it was such an amazing shoot and the action is so good, but MGM is just making sure they have everything set and ready before they release it, which is good actually. They really care about this movie, which is nice to see, and they want to make sure they have all their ducks in a row before they just throw it out there. They want to make sure they have the right marketing campaign set up and everything.”
“It’s definitely more modern,” he said of the remake, which is following the current summer trend for ’80s remakes. “It has the same idea about a group of teens fighting against an entire army, which is hard and definitely fictional, but they have the same characters and the same heart that the original had. This time, the Chinese are invading instead of the Russians to modernize it a little bit, so yeah, it’s just a modernized version of the original.”
This certainly confirms what we’ve been told about the project by an executive at MGM. Spider-Man and Tom Cruise’s son Connor fighting Chinese communists in the Pacific Northwest(!). This really should be something – at least it will be more interesting than The Last Airbender, right? We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.
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Posted on June 30th, 2010 at 3:22pm.