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Submitted by Crazay 970d ago | news

David Yates Committing to Tarzan at Warner Bros.

Vulture

David Yates, the director of the last four Harry Potter films, has finally committed to his next project — and we’re told it will be a big-screen adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Tarzan at Warner Bros. Pictures. (Cinema, David Yates, Tarzan, Warner Bros.)

Crazay  +   971d ago
I think this is a very good choice to take on the series. He did awesome work on Harry Potter and I'm sure he's going to do a damn fine job of this movie.
Soldierone  +   970d ago
1 I always thought Tarzan was owned by Disney lol

2 Wouldn't a live action Tarzan be basically George of the Jungle? haha
timmyp53  +   970d ago
Please Tom Hardy stay far far away.

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