The former Disney/Marvel star is among the “Gone with the Wind” cast who will star in the revival of the Oscar-winning film.
The revival is being produced by David Ellison, the president of Paramount Pictures, and will be helmed by John Ridley.
“We were very excited when we heard about it,” said Ellison, who was at the time directing the remake of the film.
“The cast is a special group.
There’s no doubt they have such a tremendous talent and the show is so well known.”
The cast is expected to include Natalie Portman, Olivia Wilde, and Kate Winslet, as well as former Disney producer and director David O. Russell, who will also be a producer.
Ellison, a longtime fan of the classic film, said he was “thrilled” to return to the series.
“I loved ‘Goned with the Wings’ and loved the characters and the tone and the themes of the story.
We thought it was a perfect time to bring it back,” he said.
Ellison also expressed a fondness for the show’s creators.
He’s a good man. “
He’s not a show-stopper.
He’s a good man.
He knows what he’s doing and he knows what the fans want.
He doesn’t need the press to tell him what to do.”
“Gonza” co-creator John Ridley, who died in June, said the project was “not an easy one to do” because the original film had to be cut from the original screenplay.
“It was a difficult project because it was such a well-loved film and it had to have a happy ending,” Ridley said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times.
“That was difficult, because there were a lot of characters and storylines that could have been told.”
Ellison said the revival was a “great challenge.”
“We have to get all the characters together.
And we have to make it so that they all get to the same place,” Ellison said.
“There are things that are going to be very different.
There are going the same things.
And there are things they’ve been doing for years and years that you’ll probably never see.
So it’s going to take a while to get there.
But I think it’s an amazing opportunity.”