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  • Django Lives!

    Mike Malloy posted this on Facebook...

    "A screenplay that Eric Zaldivar and I wrote a year ago is now impressively packaged as a project and is going to the American Film Market this week for pre-sales and financing."

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    After almost three years, NEWS: John Sayles Will Direct and Write “Django Lives” with Franco Nero!

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      If this happens could be great. Sayles is the man.

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        "This film will be the third to star Franco Nero as the title character. It's set 50 years after the first movie. Django is now a horse handler and an extra on the set of D.W. Griffith's “Birth of a Nation.” "

        Haha. What?

        Still, I'll watch this.
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          Myriad Pictures heads to Cannes with 'Django Lives!'

          Christian Alvart will direct from a screenplay by John Sayles and Italian icon Franco Nero will reprise the role that brought him worldwide fame in Sergio Corbucci's 1966 classic Django.

          Myriad will handle international sales and introduce the project to buyers in Cannes next week.

          Django Lives! will star Nero as a drifter in California in 1914 who encounters White Supremacists.

          “I'm excited and honored to be a part of this great project that will update us on one of the greatest archetype characters of movie history,” Alvart said.

          “Having Christian direct Sayles's powerful screenplay is a dream come true,” Nero, who appeared in Quentin Tarantino's 2012 western Django Unchained, said. “Even Christian's third son is named Django. It was meant to be.”

          Syrreal Entertainment's Sigi Kamml, Josef Brandmaier and Alvart produced alongside Fast Draw Films' Carolyn Pfeiffer, Louis Black, David Hollander, and Nancy P. Sanders.

          The producers are preparing a shoot in Spain and Berlin, Germany.
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