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New Writer Tapped to Bring Emily the Strange to Life for Chloe Moretz

Universal's upcoming big screen adaptation of cult favorite Emily the Strange starring Chloe Moretz has scored itself a new writer in Kealan O’Rourke, and this means we may finally have some movement on this long talked about project!

A Little Night Film Is on its Way

It's taken me about 15 minutes to start writing this story. Why? Because it's Friday, and even though my brain has checked out, I keep getting pulled back in. It's like my brain's in Godfather 3 mode without the help of Pacino. Anyway, a new adaptation is on its way. Dig on the details.

The Second Season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy Has Arrived!

It was in 2011 that Kevin Tancharoen introduced us to his visionary take on the Mortal Kombat universe, launching a web series called Mortal Kombat: Legacy that I personally consider to be one of the best things to ever happen to fans of the video game.

Zoey Deutch Talks Upcoming Flick Vampire Academy

Set to bite its way into theaters next year, Vampire Academy tells the story of half-human/half-vampire Rose Hathaway, played by teen star Zoey Deutch.

Exclusive UNRATED World War Z Clip Chases You to the Roof!

So the question beckons... just how much more violent is the unrated cut of World War Z? We have an exclusive extended clip from the new cut on tap to share with you cats. Dig it!

A Pair of New Divergent One-Sheets Get Inked

The first official posters for Divergent have arrived courtesy of Summit, and they're all about self-expression of the tattooed kind. Check them out here, and look for more from this one as it comes.

Former Syfy Adaptation Ghost Projekt Materializes on NBC

It's been a long time since last we spoke about Syfy's proposed adaptation of Ghost Projekt, a mini-series about supernatural do-gooders, but with the passage of time has come change. Read on for details.

The Last Vampire Flies its Way to the Big Screen

Vampires are maintaining their hold on the public's imagination, and it doesn't seem as if that fact is gonna be changing anytime soon. Next out of the coffin is the next movie project making its way to the Syfy Channel, The Last Vampire.

Jack Reher Penning Feature Film Adaptation of Novel Corrosion

Though it was just released earlier this month, we've learned that Jack Reher (Wet House, Red Machine) has already closed a deal to adapt Jon Bassoff's Corrosion into a feature film. The novel has been swooping up lots of critical acclaim, New York Magazine deeming it "brilliant."

Get Ready to Gush on Tumblr for Vampire Academy

A new Tumblr page has launched in promotion of the upcoming big screen adaptation of Vampire Academy, and if you're so inclined, you can head on over to it and explore this truly rich and gooey universe. Check it out!

Express What Makes You Different and Become Part of a Divergent Poster

Summit has come up with a pretty cool opportunity for fans to become part of the first official posters for Divergent, set to be unveiled on Monday, September 23. Read on for the details and a new preview!

New Writer Found for Universal's Take on The Demonologist

We reported a few weeks ago that Universal had acquired The Demonologist, a novel manuscript by Andrew Pyper, to be produced by ImageMovers partners Robert Zemeckis, Jack Rapke, and Steve Starkey, and today word has come that a writer has been found for the project.

Ron Howard Reveals Dark Tower Adaptation Is Still in the Works

It's been a few years now that we've been hearing rumors about Ron Howard's adaptation of the Stephen King series The Dark Tower, a project that has been on-again, off-again so many times that we're not even sure what's happening with it anymore.

New Witches of East End Promo Invites You to Come as You Are

Between Lifetime's "Witches of East End" and FX's "American Horror Story: Coven," October is going to be full of witchy women. Which witches will you prefer? Here's another look at those from East End to help you decide!

World War Z: Survival Day Fallout!

After a well publicized turbulent production, World War Z surprised everyone by raking in major box office dollars and – most importantly - not sucking. The unrated version of the film hits Blu-ray today, and to celebrate, Paramount Pictures held a “Survival Day” for the press at the Old Zoo in Los Angeles, CA.