Christian Bale Saves a Trip to "Yuma"

by | August 4, 2006 | Comments

Not very long ago we shared the news that Sony had bailed on James Mangold‘s attempted remake of "3:10 to Yuma," but now we have good news times two! Not only has Mr. Mangold found some financing, but it looks like he’s found someone to co-star with Russell Crowe. And that someone looks to be Christian Bale. Excellent!

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Christian Bale is close to a deal to star opposite Russell Crowe in James Mangold’s "3:10 to Yuma." Relativity Media is stepping in to finance the film, which has been without a home since Columbia Pictures put it into turnaround earlier this summer. The move is certain to give Mangold a sigh of relief as the Western remake is taking a tortuous journey to the screen. Columbia spent four years developing the film, which it had hoped to start filming this summer."

Click here for the full article. And then feel free to add the original "Yuma" to your Netflix queue, because it’s pretty darn good.

Author: Scott Weinberg

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