Michel Gondry's "The Green Hornet" reinvents the retro vigilante, delivering the goods for a punchy 3D breakout.
The Green Hornet Kato
While Hollywood's hype machine was turned on high at Comic-Con in San Diego last week, the presence of the studios has become as routine as a comic book or costumed character.
Columbia has set Michel Gondry to direct "The Green Hornet," and the studio has set a June 25, 2010, release date for the film.
Seth Rogen, action star? The doughy star of this summer's breakout hit, "Knocked Up," is finalizing a deal to write, and likely star in, Columbia's bigscreen adaptation of "Green Hornet."
More than 28 years after Bruce Lee's death, CGI technology will resurrect the kung-fu icon to star in the $50 million-budgeted chopsocky actioner "Dragon Warrior."
Jet Li has committed to play Kato in "The Green Hornet," and he'll be paid a record amount of green by Universal to reprise the role originated by martial arts great Bruce Lee. The role of Kato…
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