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    Rumor: Denzel Washington Eyed For Lead In Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Magificent Seven’ Remake

    After a somewhat quiet stretch between 2009’s “Brooklyn’s Finest” and last year’s “Olympus Has Fallen," it turns out Antoine Fuqua was simply preparing something of a massive return to the big screen. Suddenly the director has boxing drama “Southpaw” and “Narco Sub” in the pipeline, following his ac...

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    Antoine Fuqua To Direct 'Narco Sub,' Eyeing 'The Magnificent Seven' Remake & 'The Equalizer 2'

    With "The Equalizer" coming this fall (check out the first trailer), and the boxing pic "Southpaw" starring Jake Gyllenhaal brewing, it looks like director Antoine Fuqua is putting another project on his plate.

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    'Magnificent Seven' Remake Continues With New Writer, But Loses Tom Cruise

    MGM are leaving no stone unturned in their catalogue when it comes to remakes. With "Robocop" and "Poltergeist" on the way for 2014, and "Road House," "Death Wish," "WarGames," "The Idolmaker," "Ben-Hur" and more all in development, the name of game seems to reboots over original material. And that ...

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    Tom Cruise-Led 'Magnificent Seven' Remake Moves Forward With New Writer

    If Tom Cruise can play Jack Reacher, then he can play just about anyone. That was presumably the logic that went into the decision to give the okay to remake “The Magnigicent Seven” (itself a remake of Akira Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai,” of course) in which Cruise will (presumably) be taking on the le...

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    Tom Cruise To Star In Remake Of 'The Magnificent Seven' For MGM

    "The Seven Samurai" is, as we recounted not long ago, a film that has been ripped-off and remade many times before. But the most famous of them is "The Magnificent Seven," the 1960 John Sturges Western that took Akira Kurosawa's classic and moved it to the Old West, for the story of a Mexican villag...

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