Well, that was fast; about an hour ago we brought you more casting news for the adaptation of the Stephen King novella from Full Dark No Stars entitled A Good Marriage. Now we've learned that Anthony LaPaglia has been cast as Bob Anderson, a serial killer, in the film.
"House of Cards" beauty Kristen Connolly has just signed on to star opposite Joan Allen in the adaptation of the Stephen King novella from Full Dark No Stars entitled A Good Marriage. There. Now you can go on with the rest of your day.
How good is legendary author Stephen King? So good that the rights to bring his works of fiction to the big screen get snapped up before the book has a chance to be released. That's pretty friggin' good. Next on tap for Hollywood... Joyland!
It's been nearly a year since there was anything to talk about regarding the latest Stephen King adaptation heading our way, A Good Marriage, but word has come that production is getting under way at the end of May in Sleepy Hollow, NY, with a 15-day shoot scheduled at a local home.
We live in a very strange world in which very strange things can happen. Case in point: the big screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is once again showing signs of life. It even has a director and a possible star in Lily Collins!
It's hard to recall the last time there was this much drama around a project (Scream 4 maybe?), but World War Z is the current reigning champ of production trouble, and the truth is just about ready to be told.
Oblivion starring Tom Cruise and Olga Kurylenko is playing now at a theatre near you. In case you didn't know, it's been said that it pretty much sucks. Now Kurylenko is set to star in a new flick that will suck in a good and literal way - Vampire Academy!
I feel like we've been talking about a Gears of War movie for like forever now. It has to be a couple of years, right? Well, for the faithful out there still waving the flag, we have some slight movement to report.
Wondering what's been happening with the long talked about adaptation of the Stephen King tale 11/22/63? Well, quite a bit actually. Read on for the latest details on who's getting behind it and more.
Another comic property has been optioned in Hollyweird today, but this one might actually work. Fans of Image Comics' Hoax Hunters rejoice! You're favorite paranormal investigators are headed to the big time.
Next on tap for you kind folks looking forward to the Zombie Jenga effect of World War Z, we have a behind-the-scenes featurette featuring comments from the cast, the crew, and more! The living dead declined comment in favor of chewing on a severed arm. Next time!
This week's Entertainment Weekly is home to our very first look at Shailene Woodley in Divergent, based on Veronica Roth's young adult trilogy of the same name. Give it a look. In fact, give it two. Be generous; it's nearly the weekend.
Guillermo Del Toro's slate just got a bit more crowded with the announcement today that he's teaming with HBO on an adaptation of Monster, an 18-volume series of Japanese manga by author Naoki Urasawa.
The woes surrounding World War Z have been well documented since the movie went into production. That being said, a release is finally in sight, and director Marc Forster recently decided to clarify things regarding the reshoots.
Another graphic novel is ready to get a big screen adaptation. This time Hollyweird has its sights set on Brian Michael Bendis and Marc Andreyko's illustrated property Torso. Read on for the initial details.