October 17, 2007 07:59:48 GMT
Pic's female lead Melissa George insists that the movie will be launched back March next year.
Earlier this month we already learned that production on Jan de Bont's "Stopping Power" was shut down by its production company Internationalmedia, but looks like there's a chance to see it get launched once more.
Bringing the new hope is the flick's lead actress Melissa George, who insisted that the supposedly shelved project actually does not meet its end at all. ComingSoon.net has learned so during an interview with the beauty about her upcoming horror pic "30 Days of Night."
"It's back on! First of March," she claimed."Three days into filming, we were in Berlin, they canceled the film. It worked out so good, because I'm busy doing other things, and I could come back to shoot HBO and I'm going away next Christmas, and then the strike happens next year, so I'm going to go away in March and do this. Look, anything can change, but it's on. It has to be on."
Previously reported to also feature John Cusack and Jason Isaacs in the cast, "Power" sees Cusack as a man who sets off on a series of high-speed chases to save his kidnapped daughter from an escaped thief. Script originally was entrusted to the hands of Skip Woods and Eric Red to work on with Alison Haskovec, Hermann Joha, and Scott Kroopf all producing.