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« #45 : January 05, 2006, 10:30:16 AM »

Thanks for the news, Leonardo. I merged your topic with a another thread we've had for a while about this project. Was this news reported on the internet--I'd love to see it (but I guess I'd need a translation of it ;)).

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« #46 : January 05, 2006, 04:52:53 PM »

Cool!


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« #47 : January 05, 2006, 05:45:04 PM »

Here are the links:

http://news.cinecitta.com/news.asp?id=16603

http://www.ansa.it/main/notizie/awnplus/cinema/news/2006-01-01_2250466.html







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« #48 : January 06, 2006, 02:13:01 AM »

Great news!!
Lets hope they realise that there can't be a Leone tribute film without a Morricone soundtrack!

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« #49 : January 06, 2006, 05:41:07 AM »

This should be good, looking forward to hearing more news about it.


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« #50 : January 06, 2006, 10:58:43 AM »

Cool. I tried using an on-line translator, but as you know, those always suck. I know one of the links said something about February--does that mean filming will start soon?

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« #51 : January 06, 2006, 12:56:43 PM »

Cool. I tried using an on-line translator, but as you know, those always suck. I know one of the links said something about February--does that mean filming will start soon?

Below is an online translater if anyone interested. Not that good but ..ah well!! better than nothing. Copy the translation then paste it into the space shown, choose translation then go!

http://translation.langenberg.com/

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« #52 : January 07, 2006, 10:47:04 AM »

Found some more info

IMPLACABILI, GLI  L'angelo, il brutto, il saggio'

A senator in race for the White House has need of carrying out a campain promise in order to win. He decides that the exemplary gesture will be the murder of an Indian, Tawanka. And therefore he hires a policeman, Pinterton, in order to re-unite 3 jackals to capture the Indian.

During the search, Pinterton will discover that the Indian has gone to die in his ancestral lands. The Youngest of the three jackals, leaves the others & goes native, and will remain living in the land of the Indians.

http://www.aip-filmitalia.com/film.asp?lang=ita&documentID=28122

If you go to the web page and click on Film Cosari you'll get a telephone # now if only I could speak Italian, lol.


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« #53 : January 12, 2006, 09:33:56 AM »

Is Almeria still the place for filming?


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« #54 : January 12, 2006, 04:56:48 PM »

That is not known for sure, heard that Mexico was also a possiblity.


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« #55 : January 21, 2006, 01:02:17 AM »

http://www.ilgiornale.it/a.pic1?ID=55595&PRINT=S

A translation best I can do,

The Journal.It
20/1/06 page21

The Spaghetti Western returns but with State Monies
By Michele Anselmi

More than 3 Million Euros assigned the film with Franco Nero: grandfathered from the old laws for financing “cinema d’autore” first ciak in March.

Michele Anselmi

Rome

Teorizzavano: Enough of artsy fartsy “three rooms & a kitchen” cinema, time to return to the genre of “popular cinema”. And what is this, if not the Western, with or without spaghetti.  It was therefore that the, 17 June 2003 prodigal ministerial commission person in charge to choose decided films "of national cultural interest" that “The Implacable Ones” re-entered in the category, entirely to the detriment, of  two small women, a musical comedy,  the Love story, and a history of Anita Garibaldi.

Three years have passed, the law fortunately is changed with the introduction of the reference-system, the amounts of money are diminished in order to avoid speculation, the experts of that commission have left the place to other experts (hopefully themselves stricter) and the popular "genres" do not seem to fare well. But “The Implacable Ones” of Enzo G. Castellari, starring Franco Nero will be made however. At least therefore it was announced by the 64 year old actor, in an interview to the Capri Journal.

At this hour it makes the actor very happy, from his point of view, to see the progress in the long brooded plan: he was in Django for Sergio Corbucci and Keoma for the same Castellari, an authority in fact of italico western, he even threatened to chain himself to the Center of the Ministry to the Cultural Assets, to the Times of the city, if the film had not had the ok.

In the end, in the project suffered passage between old and new rules, The Implacable Ones has endured some adjustments to the budget (less 20%) and a change of productive titles (from the Mariella brace Them Sacchi & Amedeo Joy to the Medicei Arsenals), but it cannot complain: to 3 million and 100mila euro it piles the public financing, although subordinated to the European finding of partner for an other 50%. And in fact, between English, French and Spanish (more Euroimage with approximately 700mila euro), a considerable figure of nearly 8 million euro would have to be caught up.

To being, in order to respect the terms of law, the resumptions would be due to begin within 16 December 2005. It turns out instead that they have been working in studio only with the sequences without actors, in "blue screen", and to use them with montages; and in fact, correctly,  Nero has explained that "the first one ciak is to be previewed within two months", that is in March, in Almeria, to complete the casting. This happens in the cinema, and it is not too scandalous.
In the meantime, The Implacable Ones,  also be called The Bad Landers, has assumed the “Leonesque” subtitled "the Angel, the Bruto and the Test": They would be three adventurers without scruples, working for an American Senator in an attempt to gain popularity in an upcoming election, by capturing an bloody-thirsty Indian warrior Tawanka, similar to Geronimo: but in truth the warrior has decided to go to die in peace in the land of his ancestors. Nero  speaks of the film as a homage to Sergio Leone and John Huston, but it also references the glorious memory of the The Professionals of Richard Brooks, where a “quatro” (four) of bounty-killers find themselves chasing a wild Mexican outlaw who is mistakenly believed to have kidnapped a  woman.

Here, is the latest scoop, the three "jackals" will be played by Franco Nero, Keith Carradine and Christopher Lambert, while the Indian Tawanka could be Rodney A.Grant, who played Wind In His Hair in “Dances With Wolves.” Over the course of the months, illustrious names that also' were floated about, went from Liam Neeson to Ethan Hawke, Jon Voight to Nick Nolte, have come less. This is to be expected when casting a counter-current film.

But, it is asked by us: does it make sense that the State, with this generous financing, ascribe to the category of the “author cinema”, The Implacable Ones? From “I go, I kill it and I Return” of 1967 to “Jonathan of the Bears” of the ' 95, Castellari has known to construct one sturdy career, being a craftsman of a sure cinema of action, able to finance itself by the resources of the market. Today, instead, for a western – albeit a politically correct one, from the part of the Indians - the public participation is asked. You would have to  reflect, of other part, the fact that between 2003 and the 2004 Americans have tried to revive the genre with “Open Range”, “Hidalgo”, “Cold Mountain” and “The Missing.” With the likes of Kevin Costner, Viggo Mortensen, Jude Law and Nicole Kidman, cineasti the likes of  Ron Howard and Anthony Minghella are engaged in the operation revival to you, with outcomes of the  box office most disastrous. Indeed, implacable. © EUROPEAN EDITION SOCIETY SPA - Via G. Negri 4 - 20123 Milan

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« #56 : June 02, 2006, 05:57:55 AM »

Has anybody heard any more news about this?  I'm looking forward to this and it's taking ages!

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« #57 : June 02, 2006, 04:10:05 PM »

i've checked recently and haven't found any new news


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« #58 : June 06, 2006, 11:44:16 AM »

Having recently returned from Almeria to my home on the Costa Blanca I have just emailed my B & B lady there to see if she can tell me where news of forthcoming productions is posted i.e. which newspapers and where they advertise for film extras as I would pop down there to take part if there are any such opportunities for a sexagenarian Englishman! A possible source might be a version of our local freebee paper the Euro Weekly which produces an Almeria edition and is available online.

Needless to say I will pass on any useful info if I get any. But don`t hold your breathe - she`s not really interested in westerns!  :( aw shucks!

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« #59 : June 23, 2006, 07:53:57 PM »

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