Articles: Looking Ahead To Summer And Fall 2001




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Laurence Washington

   The old Hollywood factory is going to be cranking out movies this year by the bushel, most of which are remakes. The following is a short listing of upcoming blockbusters the Hollywood Suits are banking you’ll spend your hard-earned dollars on this year.

Summer’s Picks At A Glance

Eddie Murphy is talking to the animals again in Doctor Dolittle 2.

"Leapin' lizards Steven Spielberg turns the directing reins over to Joe Johnston to take a bite out of summer with Jurassic Park 3.

Cuba Gooding Jr. stars in the real-life world War II Pearl Harbor.

Michael Clarke-Duncan stars in Director Tim Burton's vision of the Sci-Fi classic Planet of The Apes.

Pam Grier and Eddie Murphy star in an action comedy set on the moon in Pluto Nash.

LL Cool J and Chris Klein star in the futuristic remake Rollerball.

John Travolta, Halle Berry and Don Cheadle star in the suspenseful action-drama Swordfish.

Fall’s Picks At A Glance

Mariah Carey stars as a young singer who begins her climb to the top in All That Glitters.

Martin Lawrence stars in the retelling of the Mark Twain classic "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" in Black Knight.

George Clooney, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle and Bernie Mac plan to knock off a Las Vegas casino in the Rat Pack classic Ocean's Eleven.

Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke star in a police drama about a veteran officer who escorts a rookie on his first day with the LAPD's tough inner-city narcotics unit in Training Day.

Nicolas Cage, Adam Beach and Christian Slater stars in the World War II drama about the Marines and the Navajo codetalkers they were assigned to protect in Windtalkers.

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