According to the New York Daily News, 'Once Upon A Time In Mexico' which stars Antonio Banderas and an all star cast including a small role by Enrique, is due out in March 2003. Can't wait to see Enrique attempt at the big screen.
source: New York Daily News | 1 Jan 2003
2003 at the cineplex
By HUGH HART
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Eric Bana in 'The Hulk'
Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines'
Albert Brooks (l.) and Michael Douglas in 'The Wedding Party'
LOS ANGELES - Following a record-breaking $9 billion year at the
box office, Hollywood in 2003 can only hope to equal the mix of
sequels, superhero adventures, small dramatic gems and
out-of-nowhere surprise hits that made 2002 the most profitable
12 months in moviemaking history.
Studios again will pack the roster with familiar properties, including
two "Matrix" sequels and "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines." How
that $150 million picture does at the box office may help Arnold
Schwarzenegger decide whether he should switch to California
politics full time.
Well-known source material means that "you already have buzz
building before you get into your marketing campaign," says Dan
Marks, executive vice president for box-office tracking service
Prerelease hype cannot, however, match the goodwill of
moviegoers, says Geoff Ammer, president of Columbia TriStar
Marketing Group. "They're the ones who are going to tell people,
'Don't see this movie' or 'You should see this movie.'"
Here's a look at some of the movies most likely to draw crowds and
charm critics in 2003 (dates could change).
WINTER / SPRING
"The Sin Eater" (Jan. 17) - Heath Ledger plays a priest who
stumbles on to a cult trying to revive an ancient ritual: using
corpses as a dinner table.
"Just Married" (Jan. 20) - Brittany Murphy hopes her "8 Mile" sizzle
continues with a comedy about newlyweds on a hellish honeymoon.
With Ashton Kutcher ("That '70s Show").
"A View From the Top" (Jan. 24) - Gwyneth Paltrow is a poor,
small-town woman studying to become a flight attendant. With
Christina Applegate, Marc Blucas and Mark Ruffalo.
"The Recruit" (Jan. 31) - Al Pacino stars in the story of a CIA
instructor suspected of spying for the Chinese. Colin Farrell plays
"Daredevil" (Feb. 14) - The first comic-book flick of the year stars
Ben Affleck as a New York lawyer by day, crime-stopper with
radarlike powers by night.
"Gods and Generals" (Feb. 21) - This epic of the Civil War (and just
before) recounts the battles of Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg
and Chancellorsville. With Bruce Boxleitner, Billy Campbell, Jeff
Daniels, Mira Sorvino and Robert Duvall as Gen. Robert E. Lee.
"Laurel Canyon" (March 7, limited) - Frances McDormand plays a
dope-smoking Los Angeles record producer contending with a
rock-star boyfriend (Alessandro Nivola), a strait-laced son
(Christian Bale) and his girlfriend (Kate Beckinsale).
"Against the Ropes" (March 14) - Meg Ryan goes against
romantic-comedy type as a real-life boxing coach who guides a
young man (Omar Epps) to a championship.
"Duplex" (March 14) - The only-in-Manhattan premise: Drew
Barrymore and Danny DeVito kill an elderly tenant to get their
hands on a dream duplex. DeVito directs.
*** "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" (March 28 ) - Robert*** Rodriquez's
modern-day Western features Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek.
Ruben Blades, Willem Dafoe, Johnny Depp, Enrique Iglesias,
Cheech Marin and Mickey Rourke co-star.
"Dreamcatcher" (April 3) - A Stephen King thriller about hunting
buddies who discover something spooky in the woods. Thomas
Jane, Morgan Freeman and Tom Sizemore star.
"Down With Love" (April 11) - This homage to Doris Day-Rock
Hudson romantic comedies features RenÃ©e Zellweger as a strident
feminist columnist and Ewan McGregor as a playboy journalist.
"Anger Management" (April 11) - Jack Nicholson is a psychotic
instructor in charge of an anger-management program. Adam
Sandler is a wrongly convicted businessman forced to attend
"The Good Thief" (April 16, limited) - Writer-director Neil Jordan
("The Crying Game") oversees this English-language remake of the
1955 French film "Bob le Flambeur." Nick Nolte plays an aging
gambler whose plan to rip off a French casino goes dangerously
"Basic" (April 18 ) - A thriller that reteams John Travolta with his
"Pulp Fiction" partner, Samuel L. Jackson.
"X-Men 2" (May 2) - Director Bryan Singer is back for this mutant
sequel. With Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Famke
Janssen, Brian Cox, Alan Cumming, Ian McKellen, Anna Paquin and
"The Matrix: Reloaded" (May 15) - Arguably the year's most
anticipated sequel, Keanu Reeves returns to be chased by
dreadlocked men in white. Carrie-Anne Moss, Laurence Fishburne
and Hugo Weaving also return. Jada Pinkett-Smith and Monica
Bellucci join the adventure. Franchise creators Andy and Larry
Wachowski again write and direct.
"Bruce Almighty" (May 23) - Jim Carrey goes for laughs as a chronic
whiner who is given one day by God (Morgan Freeman) to make the
world a better place. Jennifer Aniston and Philip Baker Hall co-star.
Tom Shadyac, who teamed with Carrey on "Liar Liar" and "Ace
Ventura: Pet Detective," directs.
"The Wedding Party" (May 30) - Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks
are the fathers of the bride and groom-to-be in this remake of
"The In-Laws." The foot doctor (Brooks) and CIA agent (Douglas)
wind up in South America just before the big wedding.
"Open Range" (May) - Kevin Costner tries to improve on his .500
batting average behind the camera ("Dances With Wolves," "The
Postman"). He also stars as a renegade cowboy taking on a bullying
rancher (Michael Gambon). Annette Bening and Robert Duvall
"The Hulk" (June 20) - Australian actor Eric Bana ("Blackhawk
Down") as the Marvel Comics character, directed by Ang Lee.
Jennifer Connelly, Sam Elliott and Nick Nolte co-star.
"Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" (June 27) - Drew Barrymore,
Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu reunite for the story of a
witness-protection snafu. Crispin Glover, Bernie Mac, John Cleese,
John Forsythe, Matt LeBlanc, Demi Moore and Luke Wilson co-star.
"Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde" (July 2) - Reese
Witherspoon got $15 million for this sequel, playing a Washington,
D.C., lawyer lobbying against animal testing.
"Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" (July 2) - The
Wednesday-before-Fourth-of-July release signals expectations as
high as Arnold Schwarzenegger's $30 million salary. With Claire
"The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" (July 11) - Sean Connery
is among the witty Victorians who pool their brainpower to solve a
"Exorcist: The Beginning" (July 18 ) - Director Paul Schrader took
over this prequel to 1973's "The Exorcist" after John
Frankenheimer died. With Stellan Skarsgard.
"Bad Boys 2" (July 18 ) - Martin Lawrence and Will Smith again play
misfit Miami vice cops - this time on a case in London.
"Seabiscuit" (July 25) - Tobey Maguire stars as the jockey who rode
this racehorse into the history books. Jeff Bridges and Chris
"Lara Croft and the Cradle of Life: Tomb Raider 2" (July 25) -
Angelina Jolie goes underwater in search of Pandora's box. Action
man Jan de Bont ("Twister," "Speed") directs.
"Gigli" (Aug. 1) - Will the offscreen chemistry show up on celluloid?
Ben Affleck is an L.A. hit man who teams with Jennifer Lopez to
kidnap the brother of a local politician. Al Pacino and Christopher
"Matchstick Men" (Aug. 8 ) - A comic character study of Los
Angeles con artists, with Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell.
"Mystic River" (Oct. 3) - Clint Eastwood directs Sean Penn, Kevin
Bacon and Tim Robbins as childhood friends unhappily reunited 25
years later during a Boston murder investigation. Laurence
Fishburne, Marcia Gay Harden and Laura Linney co-star.
"Kill Bill" (Oct. 10) - Quentin Tarantino directs this martial-arts
story, based on his own novel. Uma Thurman is an assassin, shot
on her wedding day, who wakes up after a five-year coma to seek
vengeance. With David Carradine, Jacqueline Bisset, Vivica A. Fox,
Daryl Hannah, Lucy Liu and Michael Madsen.
"Intolerable Cruelty" (Oct. 10) - George Clooney plays a wily divorce
lawyer who tricks his client's wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones) out of her
alimony. She hires Billy Bob Thornton to play her new husband and
con Clooney. With Cedric the Entertainer and Geoffrey Rush.
"Love Actually" (Nov. 7) - Hugh Grant in yet another charmer
written by Richard Curtis ("Notting Hill," "Four Weddings and a
Funeral," "Bridget Jones's Diary"). Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Liam
Neeson, Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson co-star in this comedy
about a British prime minister who falls in love on his first day in
"The Matrix: Revolutions" (Nov. 7) - Draws the trilogy to a close.
"Looney Tunes: Back in Action" (Nov. 14) - Daffy Duck, Bugs
Bunny and the rest of the Warner Bros. animation all-stars, but
the voices are those of Brendan Fraser, Joan Cusack, Timothy
Dalton, Jenna Elfman and Heather Locklear. Joe Dante ("Gremlins")
"Mona Lisa Smile" (Nov. 21) - Julia Roberts leads a potent female
ensemble - including Kirsten Dunst, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Marcia Gay
Harden and Julia Stiles - in the story of a teacher at an East Coast
women's college in the mid-'50s.
"Big Fish" (Nov.) - Billy Crudup tries to separate fact from fiction as
his father (Albert Finney), a traveling salesman and teller of tall
tales, lies dying. Ewan McGregor plays the father as a young man,
in flashbacks. Jessica Lange co-stars. Tim Burton directs.
"The Cat in the Hat" (Nov. 21) - Mike Myers gets whiskered as the
mischievous feline in this adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic.
"Around the World in 80 Days" (Nov. 21) - Jules Verne via Jackie
Chan. He plays a Chinese thief on the road with Victorian
gentleman Phileas Fogg, determined to circle the globe in record
"The Last Samurai" (Dec. 5 or Dec. 12) - Tom Cruise plays an
alcoholic Civil War veteran-turned-businessman hired to train
19th-century imperial Japanese troops and weaken the samurai
"The Alamo" (Dec. 12) - Yet another saga about the famous Texas
mission/fortress. Ethan Hawke, Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob
Thornton (as Davy Crockett).
"The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" (Dec. 17) - Elijah
Wood, Ian McKellen, Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, Viggo Mortensen
and the rest reunite to close the book on J.R.R. Tolkien's epic
story. Peter Jackson again directs.
"Lemony Snicket" (Dec. 19) - A fantastical tale about three young
orphans in search of a home. Barry Sonnenfeld ("Men in Black")
"Peter Pan" (Dec. 25) - James M. Barrie's classic with an unknown
cast and up-to-date special effects. Directed by P.J. Hogan ("My
Best Friend's Wedding," "Muriel's Wedding").
"Cold Mountain" (Dec. 25) - This adaptation of Charles Frazier's
National Book Award-winning Civil War novel seems a likely bOscar
contender, with director Anthony Minghella ("The Talented Mr.
Ripley," "The English Patient") steering Jude Law, Nicole Kidman and
RenÃ©e Zellweger. Law plays a wounded soldier who straggles back
to North Carolina, where the woman he left behind (Kidman) and a
spunky vagrant (Zellweger) struggle to keep the farm going.
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