I don't remember that many, despite IMDB tag searches My short list right now is: Die Hard (1988) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Love Actually (2003) Trading Places (1983) Better Off Dead (1985) What have I missed? submitted by hipcheck23 [link] [comment]
And Universal releases a Paul Walker tributeFollowing the shocking death of Paul Walker last weekend it was widely assumed that a lengthy hiatus in the production of Fast & Furious 7 would be necessary, while all involved emotionally processed the tragedy and figured out how to proceed. Universal have now formalised that decision in an official statement, confirming that, for the time being, Fast & Furious 7 has been shut down."Right now, all of us at Universal are dedicated to providing support to Paul’s immediate family and our extended Fast & Furious family of cast, crew and filmmakers," reads the missive.
Sally Woodward Gentle was most recently creative director at Downton Abbey producer Carnival Films. Now striking out on her own, the exec has launched production company SID Gentle Films with financial backing from Ron Burkle‘s global investment firm The Yucaipa Companies. SID Gentle is eyeing scripted drama, TV movies and miniseries as well as indie features.
I mean, does any one shoot a death sequence of the lead actors in case someone actually dies in real life? I don't mean to belittle a human life, but these movies costing millions of dollars are a life's worth of work or investment etc.. all opinions & comments welcome case in point - Paul Walkers death for in shooting FF movie which is say 70% done..