According to the Variety, Gal Gadot (‘Wonder Woman’) will star in a remake of ‘coat thief‘, classic of Alfred Hitchcock, to the Paramount Pictures.
For those who don’t know, the 1955 film starred Cary Grant e Grace Kelly, in a plot in which an ex-thief tries to find a way to prove his innocence after being suspected of returning to his old criminal ways.
The new version will be written by Eileen Jones, best known for her work on the series ‘Prodigal Son‘.
In addition to starring Gadot will also be one of the producers, along with Jaron varsano, representative of Pilot Wave, e Neal Moritz, responsible for the franchise ‘Fast and furious‘.
For now, there are still no details about the plot of the new film, rest of the cast and no premiere date.
As the project is still in the early stages, updates should be released over the next few months.
Meanwhile, the next film from Gadot It’s ‘Death on the Nile‘, based on the novel Agatha Christie.
Recently, the 20th Century Studios released a series of beautiful individual posters and a new promotional clip of the adaptation.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
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The long will follow the claim ‘Murder on the Orient Express‘, which surprised by raising US$ 350 million around the world, from a budget of $55 million.
Kenneth Branagh returns in the role of detective Hercule Poirot, and Tom Bateman also comes back as Bouc.
While on vacation in Egypt, Hercule Poirot must investigate the murder of a young heiress, a crime that took place aboard a vessel on the Nile. One crime, many suspects. A stunning, luxurious look with a lot of mystery that arouses curiosity. You’ve never seen a crime like this.
Annette Clear, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Rose Leslie, Emma Mackey, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders e Letitia Wright complete the list.
Michael Green, who was responsible for adapting ‘Express in the East’, returns as screenwriter.
‘death on the nile‘ was published in 1937, just three years after ‘Murder on the Orient Express’.
To the work of Agatha Christie it was adapted for cinema in 1978, but failed at the box office, earning a mere US$ 14 million. The adaptation, however, won an Oscar for Best Costume Design.