Antoine Fuqua

‘The Magnificent Seven’ Review: Not So Magnificent
‘The Magnificent Seven’ Review: Not So Magnificent
Awards season may be underway with the official start of the Toronto Film Festival, but the fall of 2016 picks up right where summer left off with Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Magnificent Seven,’ a loud and frenetic update of an old classic very few people were clamoring for. The question with any remake is why; why a new version and why one now? The movie just made its world premiere as the opening night film of TIFF 2016, and I still don’t have a satisfying answer to that question.
‘Scarface’ May Be Antoine Fuqua’s Next Remake of a Remake
‘Scarface’ May Be Antoine Fuqua’s Next Remake of a Remake
The Magnificent Seven hits theaters next month, but Antoine Fuqua is already eyeing another remake of a beloved classic. The director is reportedly in talks to helm a new remake of Brian De Palma’s 1983 film Scarface, which — like Magnificent Seven — was itself a remake of an earlier film. Remakes of remakes of remakes: It’s the wave of the future.
'Training Day' TV Series Loses Antoine Fuqua, Ethan Hawke
'Training Day' TV Series Loses Antoine Fuqua, Ethan Hawke
Most successful movie to TV adaptations have some foot in the original creative pool, and CBS’ upcoming Training Day series followed the trend with director Antoine Fuqua, and possibly Ethan Hawke. Sadly, Fuqua has relinquished his role as director of the pilot outing, while negotiations with Hawke fell through, but why? Is Training Day already in trouble?
CBS 'Training Day' TV Series Courts Ethan Hawke to Return
CBS 'Training Day' TV Series Courts Ethan Hawke to Return
Crowded TV landscape as it is, no one was terribly surprised to hear Training Day had been added to the list of TV’s many movie properties, albeit with the benefit of director Antoine Fuqua aboard. Now, we’ve learned Ethan Hawke may have in mind to reprise his role from the 2001 film as well, though the level of involvement may change in development.

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