The producers of "The Grudge" and "The Ring" are releasing a new horror film out on March 21st, 2008. "Shutter" is a remake based on haunting photographs found by a newlywed couple in Tokyo. The film stars Joshua Jackson and Rachel Taylor, directed by Masayuki Ochiai.
Platinum Dunes is in talks with Paramount Pictures to update the Roman Polanski-directed "Rosemary's Baby", which was based on Ira Levin's 1967 horror novel and in theaters during the late '60s. Platinum Dunes's producers have prior remakes of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "The Amityville Horror" and "The Hitcher" with future releases on "The Birds" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street". I can't really imagine anyone else except for Mia Farrow in the lead role, especially what with her trouncing about diplomatic relations between that of Spielberg and the Beijing 2008 Olympics's planning committee. Maybe Ellen Page when her calendar's open?
And finally, "Bumper" has been referred to as a remake of "The Breakfast Club", only it involves five strangers that meet while stuck in an airport because of a flight delay. First of all, barring a tragedy, that would never happen. Second, why even mention "The Breakfast Club"? Totally unnecessary, unless one of the characters gets everyone upgraded to first class for free or something, which is also unlikely; rage against the injustice of flight delays, airborne travelers everywhere!