Good Time directors developing 48 Hours remake

Esequiel Farfan
Diciembre 15, 2017

Benny and Josh Sadfie are riding the wave of success off the back of the Robert Pattinson crime drama Good Time by signing on to remake Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte cop/convict buddy flick 48 Hours. (There's one bar scene in particular that's the equivalent of brazenly sprinting through a cultural minefield.) The film centers on a white cop (Nolte) and a black convict (Murphy) who are forced to team up for two days to find a pair of killers.

Further details on the 48 Hours remake - including casting choices and a release date - have yet to be announced.

Josh Safdie will tackle the script with his "Good Time" co-writer Ronald Bronstein and comedian/actor Jerrod Carmichael.

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Chernin Entertainment will produce the film with regular Safdie collaborators Oscar Boyson and Sebastian Bear-McClard.

The movie was a major hit with $78.9 million off a $12 million budget. The film saw Murphy and Nolte playing a no-nonsense cop and his wise-cracking, paroled sidekick, respectively, as they embarked on a hunt for a unsafe killer.

He won the Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actor for the role, and also took home an Annie Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Feature Production for "Shrek".

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