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"Nummer 5 lebt" (1986) ist ein spassiger "Roboter erwacht zum Leben"-Film...
Auf einem amerikanischen Militärgelände werden neue Kampfroboter getestet. Als plötzlich ein Gewitter aufzieht, wird einer der Roboter vom Blitz getroffen. Nr. 5 ist von nun an kein Militärroboter mehr, sondern gerät völlig außer Kontrolle und verschwindet vom Gelände. Er findet Unterschlupf bei Stephanie (Ally Sheedy, u.a. "Breakfast Club", "WarGames"), einer jungen Tierliebhaberin, und macht große Veränderungen durch: Auf einmal empfindet er Neugierde und Angst, kann über Witze lachen und hat gar keine Lust, sich auf Befehl selbst auszuschalten. Schließlich verliebt Nr. 5 sich auch noch in die hübsche Stephanie und löst dadurch einen ganz schönen Wirbel aus. Diese hat aber inzwischen das Militär und seine Wissenschaftler über seinen Verbleib informiert. Nr. 5 schwebt in größter Gefahr, denn seine "Erzeuger" haben nur die Zerstörung des außer Kontrolle geratenen Roboters im Sinn...

"Nummer 5 gibt nicht auf" (1988) war ebenfalls sehr spassig...
Nummer 5 aka Johnny besucht seinen Freund und Konstrukteur Ben Jahrvi in der Großstadt, um ihm beim Aufbau eines Spielwaren-Großhandels zu helfen. Doch erst einmal entdeckt Johnny die Verlockung des Stadtlebens und geht auf eine kleine Vergnügungstour. Getarnt mit Hut und Trenchcoat liest er einen Buchladen in einer halben Stunde leer, hilft ahnungslos einer Street-Gang beim Autoknacken, versucht in der Kirche die versprochene "Antwort auf alle Fragen" zu bekommen und löst sämtliche Arbeits- und Liebesprobleme seines Freundes Ben. Kann das gut gehen?

Ein "Nummer 5 lebt"-Remake - unter der Regie von Tim Hill - soll im Sommer 2013 in die Kinos kommen...



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[03.02.2012]
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Dimension Films has announced that Matt Lieberman, a recent alumni of the Disney writers program, will write their upcoming remake of Short Circuit. As announced last summer, Tim Hill will direct.
"Dimension has had great success with the 'Spy Kids' family series which grossed over $500 million worldwide," said Bob Weinstein, co-chairman of The Weinstein Company. "We are looking for 'Short Circuit' to be our next family franchise and are excited to be working with Matt Lieberman and Tim Hill, who has had great International success with 'Hop' and 'Alvin and the Chipmunks'."
David Foster, who produced the original, is producing with Ryan E. Heppe, John Hyde and Brian Manis.
Shooting is scheduled for the end of the year with a release in Summer 2013.


[08.08.2011] Deadline meldet...
Dimension Films is making a deal with Tim Hill to direct its reboot of Short Circuit, the 1986 film about an experimental robot manufactured to be a weapon until a lightning strike fills it with intelligence. It runs away and befriends a fractured family, the military in hot pursuit. Hill directed the Illumination pic Hop and Fox's Alvin and the Chipmunks. Dimension optioned the remake rights in 2009, originally signing Paul Blart: Mall Cop helmer Steve Carr and screenwriter Dan Milano. The project has languished and Hill is being brought in to supervise a new script and get the iconic robot Johnny 5 moving. David Foster, who produced the original, is producing with Ryan E. Heppe and John Hyde. Hill is repped by Gersh and Principato-Young.

[28.10.2009] Variety.com meldet...
Dimension Films has signed Steve Carr to direct "Short Circuit," the remake of the 1986 sci-fi pic.
Carr is coming off the Kevin James hit "Paul Blart: Mall Cop."
Scripted by Dan Milano ("Robot Chicken"), the remake is a robot reboot that brings the iconic Johnny 5 into the 21st century. Built by the military to be a highly sophisticated weapon, Johnny 5 develops a conscience and personality after being hit by lightning. He befriends a lonely boy and his fractured family.
David Foster and Ryan E. Heppe of David Foster Productions will produce with John Hyde of Rehab Entertainment. Jason Taragan, who partners with Carr in Rumpus Entertainment, will be exec producer.
"Short Circuit" fits into Dimension's priority of making franchise films, a list that includes "Scream 4," "Spy Kids 4," "Clive Barker's Hellraiser," "Scanners" and "An American Werewolf in London." The "Spy Kids" and "Hellraiser" films will be 3-D. [...]


[05.06.2008] Variety.com meldet...
Dimension Films has tapped Dan Milano to script "Short Circuit," the remake of the 1986 pic. The original was about an armed robot that acquired a personality after a lightning strike, and sought the help of humans to prevent its destruction by its makers in the military.
Milano, who aside from writing and providing voices for the Adult Swim cartoon "Robot Chicken" and co-creating and playing the title character in "Greg the Bunny," figures to bring a subversive edge to the original film scripted by S.S. Wilson and Brent Maddock.
David Foster, who produced the original and is back to produce the remake with Ryan E. Heppe and John Hyde, said that Milano first watched the original while he was in high school, and sparked to updating the concept.
"We're bringing Number 5 into the 21st Century and taking advantage of the improvements in robotics that are so massive that robots are now performing heart surgeries in hospitals," Foster said.
The producer said the robot's visual look won't change, even though Foster said Pixar's "Wall-E" is a dead ringer for the original "Short Circuit" protagonist.
"We think of 'Wall-E' as an extended trailer for our film, because it's the same face," Foster said.


[03.04.2008] Variety.com meldet...
Dimension Films is rewiring "Short Circuit," acquiring rights to remake the 1986 film.
The original introduced Number 5, a robot built by the military to be a highly sophisticated weapon. It developed a conscience and a personality after being hit by lightning, and then needed the help of humans after it was targeted for destruction by its makers, once it became a peacenik.
S.S. Wilson and Brent Maddock, who created the characters and wrote both "Short Circuit" films, have been hired to write the remake. David Foster and Ryan E. Heppe will produce with John Hyde.
Deal was made by Dimension co-chairman Bob Weinstein, who called "Short Circuit" a worthy addition to its family film slate.
Foster, who produced the original with his partner Lawrence Turman and son Gary Foster, said the film will be similar in theme to the original, but it will factor in advances in technology.


[02.06.2007] Der Sender 3sat zeigt heute um 15.55 Uhr "Nummer 5 lebt"...

[04.12.2006] Moviehole meldet...
[...] There have been rumours about some kind of continuation of the franchise for a while now, but this is the first that someone up the food chain has actually acknowledged the buzz. It’s believed some of the original gang - sans Badham - are involved in the remake. [...]

[06.11.2004] Moviehole meldet...
Got an interesting email in the box this week from scooper 'Lorax' who says No.5 might still be.... - yep, cue the DeBarge track - Alive.
"Hearing Short Circuit 3 rumblings. Imagine a souped-up Johnny 5. Imagine better effects. Imagine the kick-off to a new series of SC Films", the tipster says. "Not a done deal yet, but you might want to get your spies onto this one".
Didn't think much of it. After all, No.5 looks about as old-hat as well, an old-hat, these days - and both films, though still entertaining, do play a little dated. But are there youngin's out there screaming a contemporary Newton/Stephanie/Johnny reunion? Possibly.
We dropped a line to a couple of the guys involved in the original movie, including the original penner, who gave a very intriguing response.
The official response is : "I am not at liberty to say".
Intriguing. Might Fisher Stevens be upgrading from one-bedroom flat to Beach Condo in '05?
The first "Short Circuit", released in 1986, made $40,697,761 , it's sequel - which many say was a better pic - made $$21,630,088.
Back in the ol' 'Village Candy Counter' days I got planky over this pic - and to tell you the truth, do believe the time might be ripe for that cutesy bucket of bolts to raise his head again. "Input....Input".
Fingers crossed "Circuit" fans that something is a-cookin'.



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