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 The Thin Man delayed by Warners
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Posted: Jun 21 2012, 08:39 PM


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Warner Bros Pumping The Brakes On ĎThe Thin Maní Remake?

By MIKE FLEMING | Thursday June 21, 2012 @ 10:15pm EDT

EXCLUSIVE: Iím hearing that Warner Bros is pumping the brakes on The Thin Man, the remake that Johnny Depp plans to star in for director Rob Marshall. The film hadnít been green lit yet, and they hadnít got to the point where they set an actress to play Nora to Deppís Nick. But Iíve heard that Marshall will likely move on and direct Into The Woods as his next film at Disney. Marshall has also been working on that film for some time. A budget for The Thin Man was just submitted, and Iím told there isnít a big rush here because Depp wants to take some time between films. But Warner Bros canít have been too happy with the performance of Dark Shadows, another quirky remake of a period piece with Depp. The studio hasnít been shy about pulling back on films like Arthur & Lancelot and Akira over budget and redeveloping them for cost. Word is that this budget came in north of $100 million, and that it was a factor. The original plan was to start production in late November, but that will change as Marshall eyes Into the Woods next and The Thin Man after. WB tells me the film wasnít green lit and the studio denies there is any drama going on.


Time will tell?

It wouldn't surprise me at all if he wanted some time off between projects. It's clear that his personal life has been in turmoil.


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