He left two-thirds of his Horrible Bosses cast out of Identity Theft, but now director Seth Gordon is preparing to make things right with them and, indeed, the world, with One Night on the Hudson. THR reports Gordon will direct his former stars Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day in the film, which is being described as a thriller despite expectations for hijinks. The two would play cops--by-the-books rookie and jaded veteran, naturally, near-identical ages be damned--attempting to protect a federal witness in transport from Jersey to Manhattan. Hey, that's where the Hudson River part comes in! On the way, crooked cops and criminals get in their way and allow for maybe a Jason Bateman cameo.
As a reminder, Gordon also once directed King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, back before he got exclusively into the genre of comedic television actors driving and screaming.
As The Hangover, Part II has shown us all, it's completely reasonable for a trio of friends to commit the same rote, drunken buffoonery over and over again for as long as sequels remain profitable. So it only makes sense that, with Horrible Bosses pulling in over $200 million w... / Continue →
- Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton are reportedly attached to star in a remake of the 2009 Italian film The Double Hour. Maria Full of Grace's Joshua Marston is writing and directing the psychological thriller, which will see the stars playing a couple who fall victim to a d... / Continue →
With just over a week to go on his Kickstarter, Zach Braff has already made over half-a-million more than the $2 million he asked people to give him. So, he's decided to spend a little of his "fun money" on some Mandy, hiring on Princess Bride star Mandy Patinkin to the new fil... / Continue →