Louis Leterrier

‘Now You See Me’ Director Louis Leterrier Circling Shark Drama ‘In the Deep’

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by Britt Hayes March 23, 2015 @ 7:18 PM
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Sony has been trying to find the right candidate to helm In the Deep, the upcoming film based on the acclaimed Black List script by Anthony Jaswinski about a young woman who faces off with a Great White shark while stranded in the ocean. The studio may have found their man in Louis Leterrier, the director of the Transporter films and Now You See Me — if it all works out, this might be a great change of pace for the director.

Sacha Baron Cohen's Bond-Style Spy Spoof, 'Grimsby,' Hires a Director

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by Britt Hayes December 3, 2013 @ 12:12 PM
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As previously reported, Sacha Baron Cohen has been working on a James Bond-style spy spoof over at Paramount, and today we're pleased to relay that the project not only has a title, but a director as well. 'Now You See Me' helmer Louis Leterrier has been chosen to tackle this not-so-top-secret and -- judging by the talent involved -- hopefully very hilarious upcoming new job.

'Now You See Me 2' Nabs Louis Leterrier to Direct

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by Damon Houx August 28, 2013 @ 7:31 PM
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Now that summer is almost officially over, it's time to crown 'Now You See Me' as the biggest surprise hit of the summer. The film -- which wasn't based on a comic book, nor a sequel or prequel -- ended up making over a hundred million dollars domestically and nearly 300 worldwide. Lionsgate had already announced a follow up, but today director Louis Leterrier spilled that he will be returning to helm it.

'Now You See Me' Trailer: This Movie Looks Bonkers

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by Damon Houx November 16, 2012 @ 7:30 PM
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The trailer for 'Now You See Me' seems to suggest one crazy-ass movie. With a large and awesome ensemble cast, and a plot that seems to revolve around magicians who break into a break in Paris (while still in Vegas) only to give that money away... this could be awesome or terrible or terribly awesome or awesomely terrible. Hard to say.