Movie News: 'Timecop' Reboot; Trailers: 'Metallica Through the Never,' Jennifer Aniston Strips in 'We're the Millers'

Movie News: 'Timecop' Reboot; Trailers: 'Metallica Through the Never,' Jennifer Aniston Strips in 'We're the Millers'

May 23, 2013


Timecop: It's been nearly 20 years since Jean-Claude Van Damme starred in Peter Hyams' enjoyable time-traveling action movie Timecop, and now Universal wants to reboot it. The project is in the early stages of development, with producers Marc Shmuger and Tom McNulty on board, but no writers hired yet. The original followed an officer for a government agency in charge of time travel as he searched to find those responsible for the death of his wife. Sadly, Van Damme is not involved with the reboot. [Heat Vision]

We're the Millers Trailer: Jennifer Aniston strips and Jason Sudeikis deals drugs in the raunchy road-trip comedy We're the Millers, due out in the U.S. on August 9. They form a fake family, along with Emma Roberts and Will Poulter, in order to transport drugs from Mexico for Ed Helms; the red-band (NSFW) international trailer details some of their R-rated antics. [Empire]

Francis Ford Coppola: Now 74 years of age, famed director Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather) has been working on a screenplay for an Italian-American saga. This appears to be the project he described in an interview a few months ago, with the new information being that it's about an Italian-American family. The coming-of-age tale would start in the 1930s with two young people in their late teens and follow them and their family through to the 1960s. Coppola is working on the Paramount lot, though in the earlier interview, he indicated he had a private investor ready to finance the movie. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Metallica Through the Never Trailer: Put aside the words "concert" and "Metallica" and just watch this trailer for what's described as "an IMAX event." Opening exclusively in IMAX theaters on September 27 before opening in other locations on October 4, Metallica Through the Never, directed by Nimrod Antal (Armored, Predators), looks like some kind of wild hybrid of music video and apocalyptic action aesthetics. [Yahoo! Movies]

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