Ron Howard has to be one of our most quietly prolific directors, mixing up genres and delivering a steady stream of features with the precision of a clock. Sometimes the miss (like The Dilemma), but Howard has more than enough hits under his belt to outweigh the risky chances he’ll take. As he puts the finishing touches on his Formula-1 racing drama, Rush, and polishes up his Jay-Z documentary – You see? Prolific! – Howard has attached his name to a new project with a flashy backer.
The Da Vinci Code director reportedly wants to film Kol Ma She’Yesh Li, a remake of a 2003 Israeli TV movie that Vulture says is being developed by J.J. Abrams’s Bad Robot and has been set up at Paramount Picture. The English translation, and likely title of the film, is All I’ve Got, and the story follows a woman named Tamara who survives a freak car accident that, sadly, claims the life of her boyfriend, Udi. Years later, after Tamara has re-married and raised a family with a new man, she passes away and moves on to the afterlife, where she is given a difficult choice:Read More