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 Update on Londongrad, IN project
Posted: Nov 22 2011, 01:05 AM


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An update from Graham King:

Ever since the Alexander Litvinenko biopic Londongrad re-appeared, it has been a hot ticket in Hollywood. It was announced that Graham King and Johnny Depp would produce the film at Warner Brothers, and that Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes director Rupert Wyatt was likely to direct the project.

The other day though, news broke that it looked like Wyatt had dropped out of the project as 20th Century Fox had fast tracked the Apes sequel, leaving Wyatt unavailable.

However, at the Hugo premiere, producer Graham King cleared up the mess saying he thinks that Wyatt will still direct Londongrad. When The Playlist spoke to King and asked if Wyatt would direct the film, he had this to say:

Rupert loves it, he loves the script, and I think one day hell make it. But right now, hes going to do the sequel to Planet of the Apes. Hes working on that, and a few other things. [Rupert] came to us, and Warners and said I love this script, and Id love to make this, but [Apes] is what Im doing now. And we were like, fine. Hes a great filmmaker, and I really hope I get to work with him.
He was then asked whether Shame star Michael Fassbender would still star in the film. King said that it depends entirely on when the movie gets made.  Its great news that Wyatt will hopefully still helm the project, but with Warners increased interest, they still may replace him, which would be disappointing. However if Wyatt does stay at the helm though, we likely wont see Londongrad until at least 2014

"It is not the destination so much as the journey" ~Capt. Jack Sparrow
Posted: Nov 22 2011, 07:13 AM


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Thanks Donna, I guess we need to keep a captain.gif

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