Bruce Willis and Halle Berry will star inPerfect Stranger, a thriller "set in the world of the internet" (giggle) about a woman investigating a friend's murder. The project is set up at Revolution, and James Foley is set to direct starting in early 2006.
Robert Schwentke is planning to direct a thriller called Runaway Train for 20th Century Fox. Not a remake of the John Grisham-inspired pic from a few years back, Train actually sounds like Speed, except set on a train carrying hazardous materials instead of a on bus carrying a bomb and a young Sandra Bullock. No casting news yet. Schwentke just directed Flightplan, otherwise known as Jodie Foster's upcoming comeback.
Brian Robbins (you know him as The Guy in the Leather Jacket from Head of the Class, if you know him at all) has taken over directing duties on Norbit, a comedy starring Eddie Murphy. The picture was originally set to be hemled by Rawson Marshall Thurber of Dodgeball fame, but he was dropped due to a (cough, cough) "scheduling conflict".
Uh-oh. According to Robert Koehler, The Brothers Grimm, Terry Gilliam's first film since Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, is "deeply lost in the woods."