Sgt. Rock (film)
Director: Guy Ritchie
Producer(s): Joel Silver
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Sgt. Rock was a planned movie about Sgt. Rock fighting in the future. Nothing has been announced regarding the film as of 2010 suggesting the production has halted.

Production History Edit

  • For a period of time in the late 1980s early 1990s, Arnold Schwarzenegger was attached to the role, despite the seeming incongruity of an Austrian actor playing an American G.I. in WW II. Screenplays were written by John Milius and David Peoples, the latter depicting Rock as having a German-American father and being able to speak German (a skill he uses to ambush the enemy).
  • Producer Joel Silver is still attempting to make a Sgt. Rock movie. John Cox has written the latest screenplay, which is not based on any of the previous screenplay drafts. Cox locked up for WB's 'Rock' duty Cox has stated that Schwarzenegger is no longer attached to star in the project. In April 2007, David Gambino, VP at Silver Pictures said, "The good news is we have a fantastic screenplay and everybody's really happy with it. It's really just about trying to attach cast right now and really decide what the movie is going to be, how we're going to make it." Bruce Willis was reportedly under consideration for the role.Sgt. Rock Movie Update Guy Ritchie is rumored to direct.[1]
  • In December 2008, Ritchie reported that the film has been shelved due to his work on a Sherlock Holmes feature film, but confirmed that the "Sgt. Rock" film will indeed be set during WWII and include the members of Easy Company. [2]
  • On February 2, 2010, Silver announced the drastic and surprising setting change from WWII to another battle in the near future.{]

External linksEdit

Sgt. Rock IMDB

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