Variety reports that Hong Kong-born entrepreneur and film producer Jason Kothari, one of the producers on the Vin Diesel comic adaptation Bloodshot, has purchased all rights to The Silent Flute, a martial arts script co-written by martial arts icon Bruce Lee in 1970. According to the report, the project will be developed as a limited …
- Casey - As soon as credit cards disappear, everything will start to pick up again.
- Harry - No way. If anything money will go away. Soon, we'll all be a number in a big computer.
- Casey - Money go away! Are you crazy, it'll never happen!
By: James Coburn
From: Harry in Your Pocket
A conversation between professional pickpockets Harry (James Coburn) and Casey (Walter Pidgeon) from the 1973 film Harry in Your Pocket. They were on a ferry from Seattle to Victoria, British Columbia discussing the economy and lowered expectations of how much they were finding in their marks' wallets.
Variety reports that Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua are in early talks to re-team for MGM’s developing remake of the cult classic western thriller The Magnificent Seven. According to the reports, both men have offers on the table and Denzel is still weighing his options. The report also states both filmmakers are close to …
THR reports that among China’s National Film Capital announced slate of China-U.S. co-production projects with Chinese cultural elements, will be The Silent Flute, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi epic based on the script co-written by the late martial arts action icon Bruce Lee. National Film Capital set up a Los Angeles division in February, with the intent …
Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 epic The Seven Samurai is westernized in John Sturges’ thrilling adventure The Magnificent Seven. Academy Award Winner Yul Brynner plays Chris, a mercenary hired to protect a Mexican farming village from its annual invasion by bandit Calvera (Eli Wallach). The Magnificent Seven also featured landmark performances from Steve McQueen, Charles …
Check out these photos from the movie Charade. Director: Stanley Donen Cast: Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau, James Coburn, George Kennedy, Dominique Minot, Ned Glass, Jacques Marin, Paul Bonifas, Thomas Chelimsky
October 2nd, 2009 marks the 50th Anniversary of Rod Serling’s sci-fi classic show The Twilight Zone, which almost single-handedly triggered the inclusion of the television sci-fi genre into the pop culture lexicon. On that night, illustrator, author and Twilight Zone scholar Arlen Schumer will be hosting a multimedia presentation called The Twilight Zone Forever at …