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    R.I.P. David R. Ellis (1952-2013)

    Hey may not have been nominated for any Oscars, but stuntman turned filmmaker David R. Ellis had more modest goals. His filmography suggests a director that was aiming for mainstream kudos despite what the critical world might have to say, but unfortunately, his career behind the camera was cut shor...

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    Samuel L. Jackson Reteaming With 'Snakes On A Plane' Director David Ellis For Live-Action Anime 'Kite'

    Hot on the heels of his colorful appearance on "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, and the rumors that elements of Nick Fury’s solo-movie might have been folded into “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” comes word from the Anime News Network (via Movies.com) that Sa...

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    'Shark Night 3D' Director David R. Ellis To Remake Yasuomi Umetsu's Anime 'Kite'

    Well, by all accounts, including ours, "Shark Night 3D" is awful but honestly, what did you expect from the guy who kickstarted his career directing "Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco" and went on to make such classics as "Cellular," "Final Destination 2" and "Snakes On A Plane." If "Shark Nig...

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    David Ellis Wants His Untitled 3D Shark Thriller Released As 'Untitled 3D Shark Thriller'

    Titles are tricky things, as anyone who's ever tried to write, make or market a movie will tell you. Want to know one of the (many) reasons that James L. Brooks' "How Do You Know" became a flop of near-legendary proportions? Well, the fact that no one could remember what the damn thing was called ce...

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    Relativity Picks Up 3D Shark Movie From The Guy Who Did 'Snakes On A Plane'

    This Movie Will Probably Be Terrible In Every DimensionEvery time 3D is used as a novelty (though, wouldn't that be every time?) James Cameron cries. And he might be crying a lot next year. "Piranha 3DD" (yes, that's the title), the sequel to the summer's modest box office hit "Piranha 3D," is alrea...

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