Aside from John Woo, of course.
No screenwriter yet, though.
He'll replace Steven Soderbergh.
Plus: It wasn't easy for Guy Ritchie to direct Robert Downey Jr., and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law continue their speed-ramped bromance.
Guy Ritchie is interested, and it could double as a two-hour showcase for GM's new line.
Robert Downey Jr. dons smeared lipstick and blue eye shadow for this sequel.
Zack Snyder had planned to direct it himself. So what gives?
Are you persuaded? Is "naughty you" persuaded?
Plus: Gabriele Muccino will direct Keanu Reeves's trip to space.
Plus: The 'faux'-bickering between Sarah Jessica Parker and Hugh Grant continues.
“Well, nothing to worry about here, then.”
We wouldn't put it the same way, but that's kind of the way we feel.
Plus: Everyone is working with Rihanna.
Plus: Mike White gets a green light!
Plus: Charlene Yi on her stupid 'Knocked Up' performance.
It's simply your basic, fun-seeming Jason Bourne–style actioner in which the titular hero battles ghosts and is played as a near relative of Captain Jack Sparrow. Yawn!
The studio has released a statement further refuting yesterday's report that it had asked Guy Ritchie for reshoots.
Update: Guy Ritchie’s Ridiculously Unrealistic Sherlock Holmes Movie NOT Branded ‘Ridiculously Unrealistic’ by Studio
Warner Bros. is demanding reshoots on five weeks' worth of scenes from Ritchie's new movie.
Warner Brothers is looking to make Sherlock Holmes as cool as Jason Bourne.