Thursday, February 24, 2011

A remake of "Bodyguard" on track!

The Bodyguard movie is certainly more memorable for his legendary song "I Will Always Love You," which still makes us shudder with emotion 20 years later, only for his plot. But that could soon change. According to the website Deadline, Warner Bros. Studios. currently working on a remake of the film made famous by Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston.

In the movie directed by Mick Jackson and released in theaters in 1992, a former secret agent reluctantly agreed to become the bodyguard of a singer, threatened by one of his admirers. The story of the new version is substantially similar to the original film - a few little details ready.

It'll run a veteran of the war in Iraq, just out of the army, agreed to become the bodyguard of a young singer. But at a time when celebrities are easily accessible through new technologies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps or the site TMZ celebrity, his task will not be easier. This remake of The Bodyguard will be produced by Dan Lin (Sherlock Holmes) and written by the writers Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer.

Both men have worked together on the screenplay for the comedy Family Getaway, One of the big projects for Warner in the coming year. According to Deadline, the Bodyguard goal of 2.0 would be to put forward a young talented artist who could continue the movie after a successful career in solo, in the same way that Whitney Houston with the original film.

Whatever it is, it is hoped that this young woman will age better than Whitney Houston, which is no longer able to sing "I Will Always Love You" without a false note.

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