All indications suggest that the answer is yes.

Based on the novel by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, story revolves around two bridge-and-tunnel teenagers, nursing broken hearts, who fall in love during one sleepless night in New York while searching for their favorite band's unannounced show. Peter Sollett ("Raising Victor Vargas") is directing from a script by Lorene Scafaria.



And it stars the excellent Kat Dennings and the slightly "played-out" but still endearing Michael Cera.

Oh hell, Vulture keeps delivering. Looks like Playlist will have stiff competition.

Woo’s Killer Gets Korean-American Remake: Korean American director John H. Lee will direct a remake of John Woo’s seminal action film The Killer, set this time in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, Chinatown, and South Central and starring a yet-to-be-determined Korean lead. Though Lee plans many changes for his version, he assures Woo purists that lots and lots of people will still be shot by guns.



Did you hear that explosion? That was the sound of my mind exploding. I've never seen The Killer, but I sense that this film will be a landmark in Asian American history.

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