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The feature-length parody project comes from a short film titled 'Taken 3: Back to Normal' that pokes fun at Liam Neeson's actioner.
The man behind 'Revolutionary Road' is in negotiations to direct his first action movie, which is expected to start production in June.
After Peter Berg left the upcoming sci-fi movie due to his commitment to another project, Paramount Pictures has hired Pierre Morel to fill the vacant position.
Opened in theaters Friday, March 27, 'Monsters vs. Aliens' invades the North American Box Office by taking the top slot and becoming 2009 biggest opening so far.
Nicolas Cage-starring thriller 'Knowing' has won the tightest race to claim the top slot at the North American box office this weekend, beating out 'I Love You, Man' and 'Duplicity'.
As ticket sales for 'Watchmen' continue to decline from its opening weekend, 'Race to Witch Mountain' uses the chance to steal the North American box office's top slot.
Words are, the 20th Century Fox are looking forward to bring out an edgier 'Fantastic Four' film without any of the original director and cast, scrapping Jessica Alba and friends from the franchise.
Though falling short of industry expectations, 'Watchmen' manages to refrain 'Madea Goes to Jail' from nabbing North American box office top slot for the third time, and wins the overseas sales.
The 3-D concert movie featuring Jonas Brothers, 'Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience', is unable to dethrone Tyler Perry's 'Madea Goes to Jail' from the top box office slot over the weekend.
Crushing out the competitions that include last week's topper 'Friday the 13th', Tyler Perry's latest comedy 'Madea Goes to Jail' lands atop the North American box office over the weekend.
Jason Voorhees has gutted out 'He's Just Not That Into You', stealing the drama comedy's top position over the Valentine's Day weekend with 'Friday the 13th'.
Winning the heart of moviegoers over the weekend, Jennifer Aniston and Drew Barrymore-starrer romantic comedy 'He's Just Not That Into You' tops the box office chart and pushes aside 'Taken'.