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‘Rushmore’ Writers Wilson and Anderson Reteam for Oceanography Script
HOLLYWOOD ( — Owen Wilson says he plans to team up for a fourth time with his longtime friend and co-collaborator Wes Anderson after he finishes up some of his acting projects.
As his latest film “Shanghai Knights” opens, Wilson, 34, admits he plans to go back to writing again with Anderson, who co-wrote the scripts for “Bottle Rocket,” “Rushmore” and “The Royal Tenembaums” which brought both of them Oscar nominations last year for best original screenplay.
“Wes has actually a story about an oceanographer that we hope to film in September maybe,” Wilson reveals, talking to Zap2it about his future scripts. “It will be with the same group of people we usually work with. In every movie I end up writing a little bit, but you know, when you sit down and you write a whole story — I haven’t done that in a long time.”
With less than a decade in the movie business, he has both writing and acting projects under his belt, including the “Shanghai Noon” sequel with Jackie Chan. He just finished “The Big Bounce” directed by George Armitage (“Miami Blues,” “Grosse Pointe Blank”) and based on a novel by Elmore Leonard.
“I worked in a movie in Hawaii, with Morgan Freeman,” he says about the movie. “We had two weeks hiatus, after the director got sick, but then we finished that.”
“The Big Bounce” book was set in a Michigan resort town, but it was changed to Hawaii to make the movie more exotic and different from the original 1969’s film starring Ryan O’Neal. Planned for a September release, he plays a vagabond who accepts a job taking care of an ailing Hawaii judge played by Freeman. This leads Ryan to get involved with a beautiful but suspicious woman (Sara Foster,) who will give him some trouble.
“Then I start a movie here in like a month or so, ‘Starsky and Hutch,’ with Ben Stiller, I think it should be good, with some drama,” continues Wilson, speaking of the ’70s TV show remake for the big screen. He doesn’t mention that his last such venture, “I Spy” with Eddie Murphy, did poorly at the box office.
Directed by Todd Philips (“Hated,” “Road Trip,” “Bittersweet Motel”), Wilson says he’s looking forward to adapting 1975 to 1978 ABC police series starring Paul Michael Glaser (Starsky) and David Soul (Hutch.) Wilson will play Hutch, while Starsky will be embodied by his friend and co-producer of the movie Ben Stiller, with whom Wilson had already worked in “The Cable Guy,” “Zoolander” and “Meet the Parents.”