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    November 18, 2009


    InText Color this piece of blog article, we have good and bad news. We start off with the bad one first.

    Captain Nemo will not set sail for a journey, at least not in the near future yet. Disney's literal epic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo will not be adapted for a movie version. Not even the director whom had been attached to it, McG can saved it.

    The movie becomes the first casualties following Dick Cook's departure as the president of the Disney studio. Titles like Tron Legacy (due next year) and John Carter of Mars are spared but not the family-friendly adaptation of Jules Verne classic.

    It has been highly publicized that the Captain Nemo will be a follow-up for McG's directorial following Terminator Salvation, due to begin shooting next month and among other profilic rumours have Will Smith as Captain Nemo.

    The update for the project is currently "on hold' and it won't be sailing ahead "for now". Instead, this give McG a chance to redeem something for his next possible movie - Terminator 5. However, the franchise is still in limbo over ownership as been mentioned in Green Tea Movie before pertaining the rights for the franchise holder. McG is also been attached to Dead Spy Running, a Stephen Gaghan script being set up at Warners, and an unnamed NBC comedy with Larry Charles.

    On the other end, the pier-mate at Disney dock, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is set to move now. Unlike Captain Nemo whom has been asked to hold onto his adventure, Captain Jack Sparrow may find himself to embark a new adventure very soon.

    The latest news has that Rob Marshall has confirmed that he will helm the fourth Sparrow's adventure. As been described before, On Starnger Tides will be a cross-over between the elements from original POTC trilogy with a novel of same name (On Stranger Tides), setting on a journey to search for the elixir from the Fountain of Youth.

    SOURCE: Slash Film, Empire Online and Variety
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