Source: CBS Los Angeles
INGLEWOOD (CBSLA.com) — The members of the Inglewood High School girls basketball team are used to having to raise funds to keep the program alive. But their coach says school administrators misappropriated more than $5,000 the team had raised, and have no explanation for where it is.
The Sentinels are coming off a season in which 10-year coach Tony Scott led them to the CIF-Southern Section final for the first time since 2 ...
Full article at: CBS Los Angeles
4 days ago, 1:45am CDT
Source: movie pilot
I thought Sharknado was wonderful. It’s this generation’s Volcano, only it’s actually been appreciated in its time. When Volcano came out, people didn’t appreciate the wonderful absurdity of erupting a volcano in the middle of Los Angeles. With Sharknado, audiences committed to the awesomeness of tornados hurling sharks at people and Ian Ziering’s final move (spoiler alert).That makes Sharknado 2: The Second One my most anticipated movie of the y ...
Full article at: movie pilot
Jul 16 2014, 6:34pm CDT
Source: The A.V. Club
Before the success of Iron Man 3, Shane Black was best known as the smartass screenwriter whose snappy, self-aware dialogue produced one blockbuster action series (Lethal Weapon), a couple of flops (The Long Kiss Goodnight, Last Action Hero), and one very of-its-time Tony Scott movie (The Last Boy Scout; the guy has a thing for the letter “l”). For many years, he seemed—like Joe Eszterhas—to have been left behind by a Hollywood that had m ...
Full article at: The A.V. Club
Jul 11 2014, 2:34pm CDT
Now, here’s a project I’d pay to see. MGM is in early discussions with Denzel Washington to star and Antoine Fuqua to direct The Magnificent Seven, a remake of the 1960 John Sturges-directed film. The talks are early stage, but if you get those two committed, it won’t be hard to get six other guys to round out the cast in the story of a town that assembles a squad of seven elite gunmen to protect it. Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, and Charles Bronson were ...
Full article at: Deadline
Jun 5 2014, 10:43am CDT
Source: Latino Review
Antoine Fuqua is one busy guy. After a lull in films after the lackluster TEARS OF THE SUN and KING ARTHUR, Fuqua came back strong with OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN and this year's THE EQUALIZER. With THE EQUALIZER already being prepped for a sequel and Fuqua linked to a MAGNIFICENT SEVEN remake, Deadline is also linking the filmmaker to the drug thriller NARCO SUB.Previously set as a vehicle for the late Tony Scott,...Read More.. ...
Full article at: Latino Review
May 28 2014, 4:45pm CDT
Although Edge of Tomorrow' Doug Liman was said to be up for the job earlier this year, Deadline is now reporting that Training Day and Olympus Has Fallen director Antoine Fuqua will direct 20th Century Fox's Narco-Sub, the action thriller that was, some years back, planned fo ...
Full article at: Comingsoon.net
May 28 2014, 3:14pm CDT