Lakeshore Entertainment and Hopscotch Features are moving forward on actioner “The Sword” with David Hayter on board to write the adapt the script from the graphic novel by Jonathan and Joshua Luna…
Lakeshore Entertainment has acquired movie rights to Jonathan and Joshua Luna's four-volume graphic novel "The Sword."
Nifty martial-arts moves and shots of smart satire are undercut by muddled plotting and a running time that's far too long for the slim story of "The Sword Identity."
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Erin Levy's story is an intriguing parallel of the Don Draper-Peggy Olson track on "Mad Men": Promising young talent comes into the office, impresses the in-house creative genius, who decides to give…
Paramount has picked up "Gideon's Sword," optioning the upcoming novel for Michael Bay to produce through his Bay Films shingle.
"The Sword With No Name" has several fine moments separated by many more that are just OK.
Showbox Mediaplex has sold Korean historical martial arts epic "The Sword With No Name" to Splendid Films.
From the blazing redundancy in its title to sundry jokes about bestiality, "Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire" clearly needn't worry about sailing over anyone's head. Rather, most of this…