Stalked: Bangkok Dangerous stills, Djimon Hounsou, Foundation, Lost Squad
There's a bunch of snippets which you might be interested in. The Bangkok Dangerous remake is still out there and in production believe it or not, Djimon Hounsou is in another underground fight club film, The Foundation comic book is to be adapted before it is even released and The Lost Squad is another comic series heading to film.
First up Bangkok Dangerous, or the new title, A Time to Kill. I forgot that the Pang Brothers were remaking their own film and that Nicolas Cage was starring....well, not entirely true, I hadn't forgotten he was in it although I had hoped it had been a figment of my imagination. Now JoBlo have found some stills from the film over at Film Flash. They don't look inspiring at all, and frankly I think this is going to stink.
Djimon Hounsou is set to star in Get Some, a film which looks at a rebellious teenager, played by Sean Faris, who has difficulties adapting to his new high school and is pulled into an underground fight club. According to Variety Jeff Wadlow is directing.
The soon to be released comic book The Foundation from Kody Chamberlain, tells the story of the efforts to try and stop the unpublished prophecies of Nostradamus from happening, and according to Variety is set for a big screen adaptation before the comic is even released.
The Lost Squad tells the story of a group of U.S. soldiers who are assigned very unusual missions during World War II as they fight HItler's occult soldiers and other such oddities. The Hollywood Reporter tells us that Stephen St. Leger and James Mather will adapt and direct the comic written by Chris Kirby and drawn by Alan Robinson.