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    More Red Dawn Remake Info

    Carl Ellsworth to pen ‘Red Dawn’ remake
    9 July 2008 7:55 AM, PDT | From screeninglog.com | See recent screeninglog news

    Screenwriter Carl Ellsworth is set to pen the remake of John Milius’ 1984 war drama “Red Dawn,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

    Dan Bradley, second unit director on “Spider-Man 3” and “Quantum of Solace,” will direct the film for MGM.

    In the original, a group of teenagers gather to defend their town after the Soviet Union and Cuba invade the United States.

    Ellsworth said the new version of “Red Dawn” is going to be very intense, reflecting the fears of people living in a post-9/11 world.

    Ellsworth’s writing credits include Wes Craven’s “Red Eye” and D.J. Caruso’s “Disturbia.” He also penned the screenplay for Dennis Iliadis’ upcoming horror thriller “The Last House on the Left.”


    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087985/news#ni0258850

    I guess anyone who had/has an inking of interest in this project kinda figured this was the direction this film was going to go with.

    Again as I said before when I talked about this. Really one of the biggest wtf remakes of all time IMO. WTF as in random.

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    "the fears of people living in a post-9/11 world?"

    Fail to see how that set-up can give us any scenario close to what would be a "remake" of Red Dawn...

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