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    John Woo to Make" Day of the Beast"

    Nach den Gerüchten zu The Flying Tigers und Pacific Steamer, hat er nun ein neues Projekt an der Angel, was sich für mich vielversprechend anhört:

    John Woo to Make Day of the Beast

    Source: ComingSoon.net
    May 16, 2012


    John Woo and Terence Chang's Lion Rock Productions and Nikkatsu Corporation will co-produce Day of the Beast, a remake of Seijun Suzuki's 1963 classic Youth of the Beast centering on the dealings of Yakuza, the Japanese mafia. Woo (Mission: Impossible II, Face/Off) will direct and produce the script by Rob Frisbee along with Terence Chang, and Nikkatsu's Naoki Sato. Lori Tilkin, Aki Sugihara and Yoko Asakura are executive producing. The English language production was announced as Nikkatsu, Japan's oldest major movie studio, celebrates its 100th Anniversary this year.

    John Woo said: “This remake is my salute to the great films and filmmakers produced by Nikkatsu’s 100 years in cinema history. It is exciting for me as well as an honor.”

    Nikkatsu president Naoki Sato said, “Among Nikkatsu’s 6,000+ film library, this is one of our most revered titles. We have a tremendous amount of respect for Mr. Woo and are excited he is directing this film for the international market. We think this is a great way to start off the next 100 years of filmmaking history!”

    Lion Rock’s Terence Chang said, “Seijun Suzuki’s 'Youth of the Beast' is one of my favorite films, and I have been obsessed with remaking it for over 10 years! I have to thank Nikkatsu for this partnership and for making this dream come true!”

    Day of the Beast follows a western outsider with a grim past as he becomes embroiled in a global turf war between a vicious new breed of Yakuza and old school Cold War Russian mobsters. It’s an action-packed saga of loyalty, revenge and redemption which erupts in the heart of Tokyo.

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    AW: John Woo to Make" Day of the Beast"

    ist mir zumindest 1000mal lieber als der nächste "swordsplay" streifen.
    habe woo zwar seit face off so ziemlich vergessen, aber doch, würde mich selbst gerne
    nochmal eines besseren belehren...

    ich freu mich mal drauf ...

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