Saturday, January 29, 2011

Dany Boon said no to the remake of "Nothing to Declare"

After a first outlet last week in Belgium and the north is next Wednesday that will hit French screens all Nothing to say, the new film by Dany Boon, in which he co-starred with Benoit Poelvoorde. The American remake, however, it is not for tomorrow. In an interview with the weekly professional French film, Dany Boon said indeed to have refused a tempting offer from producer Harvey Weinstein to turn a remake of "Nothing to declare" I think it's a very bad idea, "said Dany Boon Film French.

Harvey Weinstein's talent is yet further proof. The famous producer, co-founder of Miramax and Weistein Company, produced the greatest, Steven Soderberg, Quentin Tarantino, to Pedro Almodovar. More recently, Harvey Weinstein has helped set up the speech of a king, who just won 12 Oscar nominations.

But all this, Dany Boon damn well want to turn it explains in the language of Shakespeare. "I have a film project in English in a corner of my head, but it will be a French perspective on American culture," he says. "The remake of Welcome to the Sticks was not good "But that's not all. Dany Boon, who divides his time between Los Angeles and Paris, is not very gentle with the American remake of Welcome to the Sticks, produced by Will Smith and renamed Welcome to the Sticks.

The film's release was recently pushed back to be able to make creative adjustments. A delay which welcomes Dany Boon. "I am pleased that the film was delayed because the script was not good," cried the French actor, who says he wants "to continue to pay (her) taxes in France." Hence that Dany Boon decided to return into exile in the depths of his Pas-de-Calais chart, there is only one step!

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