Paul W.S. Anderson to Helm "Spy Hunter"

by | June 4, 2007 | Comments

Not too long ago it was supposed to be John Woo and The Rock doing "Spy Hunter" duty. Now it’s Paul W.S. Anderson and … who knows?

According to Variety, Mr. Anderson (best known as the guy who directed "Resident Evil," "Alien vs. Predator," and "Event Horizon") will step in and direct "Spy Hunter" for Universal once he’s finished with his remake of "Death Race 2000," also at Universal.

No word yet on whether or not Mr. Rock is still connected to the project. It’s reported that Anderson will re-write the screenplay with a new partner — even though the project’s been written and re-written by the likes of Zak Penn, Stuart Beattie, Michael Brandt, and Derek Haas.

More on this slow-moving project when info becomes available … but I bet that car’s gonna look pretty neat.

Source: Variety

Tag Cloud

thriller Pet Sematary Epix zero dark thirty FXX Mary Poppins Returns police drama Pirates science fiction Universal IFC Masterpiece Ovation Reality Competition 21st Century Fox GoT WGN ITV Election kids Interview Summer politics cars First Look BET Video Games Winter TV MCU Teen Captain marvel Nominations Comic Book book ghosts Box Office Mudbound what to watch Mindy Kaling tv talk 2015 teaser Writers Guild of America President cults 24 frames Stephen King composers Comedy Central facebook series NYCC Sci-Fi Food Network 2016 Watching Series SundanceTV Lionsgate cops Film Trophy Talk Nickelodeon justice league Disney LGBTQ Superheroe crime drama Music 007 Paramount Logo NBC Action FOX doctor who Shudder Marvel robots ABC Family 20th Century Fox Crackle Heroines political drama Disney Channel elevated horror harry potter Mystery animated CW Seed CBS green book Syfy blaxploitation TruTV Awards Tour game show Biopics Binge Guide The Witch Emmys stand-up comedy GIFs 2018 supernatural Black Mirror See It Skip It Britbox cats TCA 2017 dc DC Universe New York Comic Con LGBT Photos Musicals Schedule adventure Emmy Nominations Ellie Kemper DGA sitcom disaster Premiere Dates travel anime Sundance Now APB cooking Hulu CBS All Access Ghostbusters witnail TBS TCM mockumentary WarnerMedia Shondaland Esquire Extras Rocketman Best and Worst Calendar discovery space diversity aliens strong female leads Infographic Lifetime Apple boxoffice Fantasy Comedy Winners Creative Arts Emmys The Arrangement Rocky Toys Countdown quibi USA Network TNT Cartoon Network Chernobyl Opinion Martial Arts Film Festival Marathons Fall TV BBC cinemax San Diego Comic-Con Pop Amazon Prime Video social media Awards Thanksgiving richard e. Grant television miniseries sports TLC PBS Valentine's Day historical drama Starz war 45 dramedy TV 2019 Song of Ice and Fire X-Men festivals Mary poppins Pride Month award winner Trailer Freeform Star Wars Podcast Grammys Warner Bros. Musical psycho Adult Swim Set visit YouTube Premium comiccon Showtime The CW Vudu Fox News Amazon Sundance children's TV Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Nat Geo Spectrum Originals Netflix Rock Kids & Family ratings technology Chilling Adventures of Sabrina true crime dragons period drama Cannes El Rey Pixar serial killer Walt Disney Pictures A&E 2017 Disney streaming service Trivia BBC America SDCC Reality VICE YA DirecTV IFC Films Drama Dark Horse Comics movies FX medical drama Christmas spinoff transformers dceu RT21 History Women's History Month CMT National Geographic E3 toy story AMC natural history talk show zombies binge Horror casting spider-man Brie Larson OWN Tomatazos streaming revenge Character Guide VH1 Columbia Pictures Certified Fresh GLAAD psychological thriller Comics on TV Polls and Games Family Rom-Com TV Land USA crime thriller crossover Country singing competition Spike Red Carpet RT History crime biography ABC Year in Review DC Comics theme song Lucasfilm ESPN Acorn TV TCA American Society of Cinematographers nature romance Tumblr Bravo finale mutant jamie lee curtis Sneak Peek MSNBC Cosplay anthology PaleyFest Holidays Tarantino sequel hist Quiz HBO Paramount Network CNN Anna Paquin Sony Pictures Elton John zombie Star Trek Animation YouTube Red HBO Max SXSW DC streaming service adaptation vampires Mary Tyler Moore Western Super Bowl comic Oscars based on movie docudrama Superheroes E! unscripted TIFF spy thriller MTV Amazon Prime golden globes Spring TV