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  • An English-language remake for the film is in the works.
  • The US-Canadian co-production is the English-language remake of the Japanese film of the same name.
  • An English-language remake of the film is planned.
  • The English-language remake of the film is scheduled to be released in 2014.
  • With the positive reviews the film received, Deshmukh plans to make a Hindi language remake of the film.
  • An English-language remake with the same name, also directed by Valladares, is set to be released in 2014.
  • An English-language remake of the film was directed by Vadim and released in 1988.
  • An English-language remake was released in 1993, again directed by Sluizer.
  • It is the first foreign-language remake of the show, although the German series Stromberg used the The Office as a basis for its show format.
  • An English language remake was originally planned to happen with United Artists, however the project never came into fruition and hit a deadline with no product.
  • As of late, Mr. Krevoy has carved out a specialty niche in developing and producing English language remakes of successful foreign language films.
  • The film inspired an English-language remake in 2007, although it is an action adventure set in North America that bears little resemblance to the original.
  • The rights to the English-language remake were sold to the American film studio Summit Entertainment in 2011 while the Norwegian film was still in production.
  • Johnson has also signed to appear in I Am Love, an English-language remake of the 1969 French film La Piscine.
  • Her first introduction to U.S. audiences came with her starring role in the English-language remake of Intermezzo in 1939.
  • Also in post-production is an English language remake of Nicolas Winding Refn's film Pusher.
  • Salamander is set for an English-language remake, as a co-production between Cite Amerique and the British Artist Studio.
  • An English language remake directed by Luis Prieto was released in 2012.
  • The film, set and filmed in New Orleans, is an English-language remake of the 2005 Argentinian film of the same name.
  • Having been in business for over 20 years, MPCA first made its mark with big commercial comedies and genre films and has since expanded into producing and developing English language remakes of successful foreign language films.
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