To adapt the classic tale of Dante's Inferno you need a good writer, and that's just what EA scored itself for their upcoming video game. Are you ready to travel through every circle of Hell? Shopping at Walmart doesn't count.
Warren Ellis' comic series Gravel, about a soldier in the British S.A.S. who possesses some dark magic mojo, has been picked up by Legendary Pictures for a theatrical adaptation.
A quick video blog with some behind-the-scenes footage of Darren Bousman's Mother's Day redux hit online today, and we've got a look at it for you right here.
Variety reported today that Gary Ross (Pleasantville, Seabiscuit) is following up his rewrite of Spider-Man 4 with writing-directing duties on a solo spin-off movie based on the Marvel villain Venom that got shoehorned quite awkwardly into Spider-Man 3. I ask this in all honesty: Does anyone care about a Venom movie?
Jason's done 3D (and will do so again next year). Freddy's done 3D. Michael Myers might do 3D. Now Leatherface is going to rev up his chainsaw for a three-dimensional chainsaw massacre, at least if the Saw producers close their pending deal to take over the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise.
I can barely remember how we got our news before the advent of Twitter, but thanks to that revolutionary little networking service, we learned just a short while ago courtesy of director Richard Kelly that "Phase 1 of The Box official website is live."
A couple of photos that look to be from a new urban set (Seattle, maybe?) for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse surfaced online this evening, and while the quality isn't the greatest, we know how hungry the series' fans are for every scrap of information out there. So, grainy or not, here they are!
Now this is my kind of Twilight story! For the first time in 40 years, The Harvard Lampoon will publish a parody novel, this time putting a tongue-in-cheek spin on Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling Twilight series. The book is entitled Nightlight.
The official poster for Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones surfaced today, and it is ... quite lovely indeed!
I gotta say Dave Parker's The Hills Run Red having watched it a second time is really starting to grow on me. Trick 'r Treat, on the other hand, knocked me flat from the first frame, and I'm already planning to curl up with the Blu-ray again. The really cool news is that if you want to meet the creative geniuses behind these groovy flicks, keep on reading to get into the know!
Before the Resident Evil franchise is, rightfully, rebooted, we're going to have one more foray into the half-assed world of clones, superpowers and convoluted, half-baked ideas courtesy of Paul W.S. Anderson. Read on for a full cast list and plot breakdown.
Quirk Classics has had such great success with its Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that it's preparing a Deluxe Heirloom Edition of the best seller. Read on for all the details.
Another sequel no one is clamoring for, Mirrors 2, is apparently proceeding full steam ahead, and today some details were revealed including the film's director and a brief outline of the storyline.
His character Jigsaw may be "dead" (in the world of Saw it's always safer include those quotation marks), but that's not stopping Tobin Bell from playing a major role in the promotion machine for Saw VI, as evidenced by the featurette that just showed up on MySpace.
Following up on the story we ran recently with an update on indie flick Boggy Creek, today we got ahold of four early stills from the production that indicate things are looking suitably swampy.