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Sgt Rock


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Joel Silver
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John Cox

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Sgt Rock

Genres Thriller

Film synopsis A take on the World War-Two based adventure series.

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SGT. ROCK
Arial"]First things first, SGT. ROCK is one of Snake-Eyes favourite comic characters due to the fact that the stories are pure kick-ass, old-skool action set in WWII, they make sense in that way (just as Jonah Hex is a Western). so I read this today - http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/11/09/francis-lawrence-ta kes-sgt-rock-intothe-future/ eady, the character has been ruined. 'set in the future', or 'a future'? directed by CG-reliant Francis Lawrence? (his 'Zombie-Vampire things' in I AM LEGE More

Posted by Snake-Eyes at 07:29, 10 November 2009 | Report This Post

RE: WWII To Get 300 Treatment?!
Here's the latest on SGT ROCK which could be an R rated, blood fest 300 style if this article is anythign to go by; success of Sony's Ghost Rider movie proved anything, it was that B-list comic book characters can be turned into successful films — Spider-Man's not the only game in town, after all. And one such B-lister who might be getting his chance at Hollywood stardom very soon is DC Comics' World War II hero Sgt. Rock. IGN recently caught up with David Gambino, the vice preside More

Posted by Timon at 16:31, 27 April 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Sgt Rock & G.I. Joe
As there's no GI Joe thread, I thought i'd put info in here regarding the upcoming film project. After all Sgt Rock and GI Joe are of the same mold aren't they? Anyway, The IESB reports that at the press junket this weekend for the Mark Wahlberg drama "Shooter", producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura confirmed that as soon as "Transformers" wraps he will "immediately" jump onto a "G.I. Joe" film. di Bonaventura hopes Wahlberg will play Conrad "Duke" Hauser in the story, field commander and  More

Posted by Timon at 11:13, 06 March 2007 | Report This Post

Willis All The Way
Nuff said  More

Posted by georden at 22:33, 02 January 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Sgt Rock - DC Comics Goes To War!
Crowes a nice idea but he just such an arsehole i'd want to see him get shot in the face in the first five minutes .Willis is a natural at playing stocky hungover working class tough guys who can take a beating .If it's by silver and based on  a less mature comic who wants realism? Just go for a movie in the style of The dirty dozen  but with a modern day action factor .  More

Posted by bingoboy1980 at 16:38, 30 April 2006 | Report This Post

RE: Sgt Rock - DC Comics Goes To War!
So, another DC Comic adaption but this time it's war eh? For those that don't know, Sgt Rock was created decades ago by Bob Kannigher and were popularized mostly thanks to comics icon Joe Kubert. After initially appearing in the military comic "Our Army at War," Sgt. Rock later received his own title from DC Comics. Rock was meant to be an Everyman hero, a mythic yet still very real American soldier that the boys in uniform could identify with and look up to. Rock has been around for a few More

Posted by Timon at 16:18, 27 April 2006 | Report This Post

RE: Sgt Rock
Bruce willis.....that's all I'm sayin for now.  More

Posted by bingoboy1980 at 16:24, 26 April 2006 | Report This Post

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