Have you ever had plans to do something and those plans continually get hit by problems and issues that prevent you from doing them? Well that has certainly been the case for Natalie Portman and her upcoming movie Jane Got a Gun, which has been hit by a number of problems along the way, with a new issue recently hitting the project.
The first issue for Jane Got a Gun came right at the beginning of shooting the project, as director Lynne Ramsay decided that she no longer wanted to do the movie and pulled out. This led to a search for a new director to helm the project and eventually Gavin O'Connor was brought on board. The issues did not stop there though.
Jane Got a Gun originally had Michael Fassbender signed on to star in the film but, just like director Lynne Ramsay, Michael decided to pull out of the project. Fortunately it did not take too long to replace Fassbender, with Joel Edgerton joining the cast of Jane Got a Gun in place of Michael Fassbender.
Meanwhile, Ewan McGregor is playing the role of the villain in Jane Got a Gun but again he was not the first choice for the role. Before finally settling for Ewan, the role of the villain was also linked to Jude Law and Bradley Cooper, both of whom agreed to take on the role before pulling out.
The latest set back for Jane Got a Gun comes with the release date for the movie. It was expected that Jane Got a Gun would open on August 29 this year but it has now been confirmed that the release date has been pushed back to February 20, 2015. We hope that the finished film will be worth all the trouble.