Matthew Vaughn adapting Golden Age
Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren and Mary-Louise Parker star in the 2010 action-comedy that is "Red". After he's threatened by a high-tech assassin, former black-ops agent Frank Moses (Willis) reassembles his old crew to go after their longtime assailants. The movie's title (RED) stands for "Retired Extremely Dangerous".
Matthew Vaughn is working an adaptation of 'The Golden Age'.
The filmmaker - who is currently directing the finishing touches to 'X-Men: First Class' - has teamed up with Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edward on the project, which focuses on retired heroes who live in a home coming back to duty to help out their grandchildren after their own offspring ruin the planet.
Matthew is in talks with studios and already has some A-list names lined up to take on the lead roles, including Clint Eastwood, Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty.
He said: "You have these great star names and they're mainly playing supporting roles now. I want to give them the lead again and let them have some fun."
However, because 'X-Men: First Class' has turned out to be such a long project, it is thought Matthew might just produce 'The Golden Age' and let someone else direct.
Jane Goldman - who he worked with on 'Kick-Ass' - is being lined up to write the script, although nothing has been confirmed.