Frank Marshall, the director of new documentary The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, has revealed a surprise influence behind the film.
Welcome to Jurassic World -- the other side of the island. Netflix has set a global September 18 launch date for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous its animated series from executive producers Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow and Frank Marshall and EP/showrunners Scott Kreamer and Aaron Hammersley. Watch the first teaser above and see the key art below. […]
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Indiana Jones 5 is inching slowly closer to its 2021 release date and its producer Frank Marshall has offered a brief update on the progress of pre-production.
Uber-producer Frank Marshall has promised ‘Back To The Future’ will not be remade or rebooted as long as he has any involvement. Speaking to Yahoo Movies to promote the DVD and Blu-ray release of ‘Jason Bourne’ (out now) Marshall – who acted as executive producer on all three ‘Back To The Future’ movies – promised us “we’re never touching those” when asked if the beloved time-travel franchise was safe from Hollywood’s rebooting drive.
The Bourne franchise is alive and kicking after ‘Jason Bourne’ – the first Matt Damon-starring entry in the series since 2007’s ‘Bourne Ultimatum’ – raked in £332 million ($415m) at the global box office. Speaking to Yahoo Movies to promote with the film’s DVD and Blu-ray release (out now), series producer Frank Marshall told us the franchise is taking a break but a sixth film is currently in development, and it may address the character facing up the ageing process. Fans waiting for a follow up to ‘Bourne Legacy’ starring Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross though will be disappointed to learn that that story arc is currently dead in the water.
Frank Marshall, the veteran movie producer of the Indiana Jones films, has promised that any future movies planned won’t be replacing Harrison Ford as Indy. Marshall, who is also behind the ‘Bourne’ movies, as well as classics like 'Back To The Future’ and 'Empire Of The Sun’, made the comments during a Q&A after being named CinemaCon’s producer of the decade. A new movie is indeed in the pipeline, and Ford is on board to reprise his swashbuckling archeologist.
As there are revivals in the works of many of the great slasher movie franchises - ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,’ ‘Halloween,’ ‘Friday the 13th,’ ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ - what better time to revisit the urban legend that inspired so much of the genre? Variety reports that seasoned producer Frank Marshall is developing ‘Cropsey’ at Dreamworks. The script is by Richard Naing and Ian Goldberg (also writers on the upcoming ‘Friday the 13th’ reboot), although no director is named at present.