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Orlando Bloom, Christoph Waltz, Logan Lerman, Matthew MacFadyen, Luke Evans, Ray Stevenson and Milla Jovovich… in one trailer? It must be the new Three Musketeers movie, which comes to theaters in October. Director Paul W.S. Anderson’s take on the epic tale features swordplay, fabulous costumes, eye-catching sets… and 3D. Watch the trailer above!

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Remake News: The Crow, Logan’s Run and More


The Crow: A remake that was announced back in December 2008 is finally starting to take shape. Shooting on The Crow, a new adaptation of the comic book tale, should begin later this year. In the 1994 film version, actor Brandon Lee - who was tragically killed as the result of an accidental shooting on set - played the deceased man who comes back to avenge his fiancee’s death. Director Stephen Norrington’s script will feature new backdrops and a different form for the title character. “The Crow itself is a creature in this movie — it’s not just a bird,” producer Edward Pressman told MTV. “It’s got a personality and a character. Not like Godzilla exactly, but it’s very different [and has] a more active role in the story.”

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Remake News: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Judge Dredd and More


20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: David Fincher is in talks to dive into 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Disney’s retelling of Jules Verne’s science fiction novel. The Oscar nominee, who is also linked to a Dragon Tattoo remake (see below), may work from a script from Scott Z. Burns (The Bourne Ultimatum). No possible start date has been announced.

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Remake News: Godzilla, Popeye and More


Godzilla: You didn’t think Godzilla would go down without another fight, did ya? Legendary Pictures has announced that it plans to resurrect the giant creature in 2012 with help from Warner Bros. The film, which will not be a sequel to the 1998 version starring Matthew Broderick, will “pay respects” to the 1954 outing. A director has not yet been named.

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Remake News: Laverne & Shirley, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and More


Laverne & Shirley: File this in the “Was He Kidding?” file. During a recent red carpet event for Valentine’s Day, director Garry Marshall said he may bring Laverne & Shirley to the big screen—with Jessica Biel and Jennifer Garner in the lead roles. “We’re gonna work on that,” the original show’s co-creator stated. “My sister Penny and Cindy are gonna have a guest cameo. They’re gonna walk “schlemiel, schlemazel”—or they’re gonna get tired in the middle and sit down.”

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Remake News: Masters of the Universe, Soul Train and More


Masters of the Universe: A collaboration between Mattel and Warner Bros. has just fallen through. The two hoped to bring a Masters of the Universe adaptation to the big screen, but the two parties could not agree on the direction. It’s believed the toy company will now bring the He-Man vs. Skeletor story to another studio. John Stevenson (Kung Fu Panda) may still be on board to direct.

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