The Wolverines have successfully fought back against the oppressive studio debt that has kept them on the shelf for years and will finally reach theaters, The LA Times reports. Next year, anyway.
Originally shot in 2009, the Red Dawn remake was scheduled to open in November of last year, but with studio MGM collapsing financially, the movie was delayed indefinitely. While other studios could have snatched up the remake — which stars now-established actors Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Adrienne Palicki (the upcoming G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation), and Josh Hutcherson (the upcoming The Hunger Games) — but the chosen enemy in the remake scared off potential studios. more on the Red Dawn remake >> Posted 09.28.11 by Ryan
MGM's recent financial crisis left a few of its upcoming slate in the dark, particularly the Red Dawn remake. Shot in 2009, the remake was scheduled to open on November 26 of last year, but, until MGM managed to climb out of debt, the release date was erased in exchange for a date to be determined.
MGM emerged from bankruptcy in December, and immediately set to work on more lucrative projects like James Bond 23 (working title) and Peter Jackson's two-part adaptation of The Hobbit. Once the studio began looking at distributing Red Dawn, however, it became apparent that the villain of the movie would have to be changed entirely. who's invading now? >> Posted 03.16.11 by Ryan