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The Movie Chart

November 01, 1987| Compiled by David Pecchia

Films going into production:

DIE HARD (Gordon Co./Silver Pictures). Shooting in L.A. Bruce Willis is a Gotham cop who is inadvertently caught in a L.A. high-rise that has been taken over by assassins--on Christmas Eve, no less. Producers Lawrence Gordon and Joel Silver. Director John McTiernan. Screenwriter Jeb Stuart. Also stars Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia and Alexander Godunov. Distributor 20th Cebtury Fox. Summer release.

LICENSE TO DRIVE (Davis/Licht/Mueller). Shooting in L.A. This comedy stars a couple of Coreys (Haim and Feldman) who portray teens in L.A. obsessed with obtaining the right to drive. (Previously called "To Live and Drive in L.A.") Executive producer John Davis. Producers Andrew Licht and Jeff Mueller. Director Greg Beeman. Screenwriter Neil Tolkin. Distributor 20th Century Fox. Summer release.

PULSE POUNDERS: DUNGEONMASTER II (Empire). Shooting in Rome. The final episode in this H. P. Lovecraft trilogy follows the time-traveling travails of futuristic private eye Jack Deth. Producer/director Charles Band. Screenwriter Michael Cassutt. Also stars Lee Ving and Preston Lockwood. Spring release.

WE'VE GOT EACH OTHER (Flashwork). Shooting in L.A. A musical drama focusing on two young girls (one black, one white) who develop a close bond during competition in an important talent contest. Producer/director/screenwriter Larry Flash Jenkins. Also stars Raquel Herring, Tiffany Mercedes and Kathleen Bradley. Spring release.

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