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U.S. Cyclist Lance Armstrong is about to win his seventh straight Tour de France on Sunday before he retires from the sport. His story, of an amazing comeback from cancer, is certainly worthy of the big-screen treatment, and Armstrong tells Men’s Journal he has a possible candidate in mind to play him in a biopic.
“I’ve had the chance to get to know Matt Damon. He is a fan of cycling and has a connection to cancer. He has even expressed an interest in the role,” Armstrong said in the magazine.
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Producer Chris Moore, who got his start collaborating with actors Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, will make his directorial debut on “Race With the Devil,” the remake of a 1975 horror thriller.
The original, released by 20th Century Fox, centered on two couples who head off to Colorado for skiing and dirt biking. Along the way, they witness a satanic sacrifice, but when they call the local authorities, all evidence disappears. They resume their vacation but find themselves shadowed by a cult.
Peter Fonda and Loretta Swit starred in the original.
The film is being updated for the production outfit Regency Enterprises by writers Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan.
Moore had been partners in the LivePlanet production venture with Affleck, Damon and Sean Bailey. Among Moore’s producer credits are the “American Pie” movies, the “Project Greenlight” movies, “Joy Ride” and Affleck and Damon’s breakout hit “Good Will Hunting.”
The very latest on Bourne 3
Source: Empire Online
Matt Damon was in good spirits last night, blessed as he was with a glorious Empire Award for his role in The Bourne Supremacy. While we had Damon in our midst (and downing free drink) we’d clearly have been remiss not to probe the star on the deal with the third part in the Jason Bourne series, The Bourne Ultimatum, a film that will herald the return of the most kick-ass spy to grace our screens in decades (yes, Bond included).
After the success of both “Ocean’s” films, it’ll be no surprise to hear that George Clooney’s scouring though the ol’ Blue Eyes back catalogue for his next money spinner.
Clooney has reportedly just bought the rights to another ratpack flick “Robin And The 7 Hoods”, and already has “Ocean’s” pals Brad Pitt and Matt Damon (just to think if Mark Wahlberg had never jumped ship from “Ocean’s” – that’d be him sharing the screen with the former caped crusader time and time again) on board.
It’ll be updated, of course, from the original story of a corrupt Chicago Sheriff going against a mob, with Robin (likely to be played by Clooney) and his boys caught up in the middle.
The original “Robin and the 7 Hoods” (1964) starred Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Bing Crosby, Peter Falk, and Barbara Rush.
Wonder whether Steven Soderbergh will direct, or at the very least, produce?
Robert De Niro Set to Direct “The Good Shepherd”
Angelina Jolie will join Matt Damon for the dramatic movie, “The Good Shepherd,” to be directed by Robert De Niro. Matt Damon stepped into the lead role when Leonardo DiCaprio had to withdraw from the project.
According to Variety, “The Good Shepherd” tells the story of the CIA through the eyes of an agent whose personal life is destroyed by the job’s stress. Damon will play the agent with Jolie co-starring as his wife.
Production is expected to begin in March 2005. De Niro and Jane Rosenthal will produce “The Good Shepherd,” with Francis Ford Coppola, Rick Schwartz, and Chris Brigham executive producing.
Angelina Jolie will next be seen in “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” opposite Brad Pitt. Damon has “Syriana” with George Clooney and “The Brothers Grimm” with Heath Ledger due out in 2005.
On April 12, the whole gang is back in the Warner Home Video DVD release of Ocean’s Twelve, which has grossed over $294 million worldwide. The action-adventure, from director Steven Soderbergh, stars George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Andy Garcia, Don Cheadle, and Bernie Mac.
Danny Ocean and pals return in a sequel to the cool caper that saw them pull off a $160 million heist. But $160 million doesn’t go as far as it used to. Not with everyone spending like sailors on leave. Not with a mysterious someone stalking Danny and crew. It’s time to pull off another stunner of a plan–or plans.