He’ll likely play the sarcastic one that is not a raccoon.
On the upside, this should free up Fuqua to attach himself to many, many new projects.
The true story of a guy who took down Vegas when it was all tourist families and theme parks. To be fair, that Vegas totally deserved it.
Tell Mama don’t cry. Cuz even if they kill me. They can never take the life of a real G. I’m getting money.
Director Antoine Fuqua, who directed ‘Training Day’ and… that’s the credit worth mentioning, is looking to helm ‘Southpaw’ for Dreamworks.
Does it even count as ‘narrowing down’ if there are still 8 names left?
Will Tupac be on the soundtrack?
Unwilling even in death to be outdone by The Notorious BIG, Tupac Shakur is being immortalized in a biopic of his very own.
Antoine Fuqua has announced that his next project will be a biopic focusing on the life of rapper Tupac Shakur. Last week it was believed that Fuqua would reunite with Bruce Willis for The Tomb as his next project, but now Fuqua describes that project as "a conversation I've been having with Bruce." Another recent conversation between Fuqua and Willis regards Doritos Late Night All Nighter Cheeseburger Flavored Tortilla Chips. How do they make those things taste exactly like a cheeseburger???Fuqua kept things real with Digital Spy:"It looks like we're doing Tupac Shakur's movie next in September, that's what I've been starting up and working on now. I've been working on that for a while with Morgan Creek and Jim Robinson. I just got the greenlight from him and we're going in September. I've just started to prep that."The director doesn't have any casting choices in mind yet, but hopes to find an unknown for the role. Before he even asks, I officially take myself out of the running. I tried to do the Tupac verse from "California Love" at karaoke recently and failed miserably. And my head was way too big for the bandana. On account of my intellect and all.
Bruce Willis is in early talks to star in prison escape drama The Tomb, with Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) casing the scene to direct. Willis would play Ray Breslin, the world's foremost authority on structural security. Seems like the kind of character that should be incarcerated in a master prison he designed himself, but Deadline has the solid details:After analyzing every high security prison and learning a vast array of survival skills so he can design escape-proof prisons, his skills are put to the test. He's framed and incarcerated in a master prison he designed himself. He needs to escape and find the person who put him behind bars.Nailed it! It's my hope that Breslin is put to the test, defies all the odds, cheats his own system, dodges burly black men with shivs, and finally arrives at the exit to discover the prison…is an island! It's always the macro details you forget.