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Feature Adaptation of Valiant Comics' Shadowman on Its Way

Valiant Entertainment and The Mummy producer Sean Daniel are teaming up to turn Valiant Comics' Shadowman into a live action feature and have tapped J. Michael Straczynski to write the script.

New York Comic Con 2012: First Official Images from The Scribbler

Another goodie has been slipped our way from the New York Comic Con. On tap for you cats right now is the first official look at Katie Cassidy as Suki in The Scribbler. Check it out along with panel details right here. Dig it!

Two More Cast Additions to Lifetime's Witches of East End

Two more familiar faces are joining the cast of Lifetime's pilot "Witches of East End," and we have the scoop on whom they belong to. Read on for the details.

Gears of War Movie Plans Resurrected!

A big screen adaptation of the video game phenomenon known as Gears of War has been talked about for quite some time, and sadly the last time we got close things just stalled. However the project is now gaining momentum once again.

The Reviver Raises the Dead for Legendary Pictures

The production company behind Godzilla, Pacific Rim and The Seventh Son, Legendary Pictures, has purchased the film rights to Seth Patrick‘s supernatural thriller Reviver, the first novel in a three-book series scheduled to launch in May 2013, Variety reports.

First Look at One Horny Daniel Radcliffe in Horns

Entertainment Weekly scored the first look at actor Daniel Radcliffe in full character regalia from the big screen adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns, and we have it for you right here. Dig it and let us know... Does he make you horny, baby?

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Lands a Strong Scribe

A writer for the two-part final chapter of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay has been found. Read on for all the details on the man ready to take on this mammoth adaptation for fans around the globe. No pressure there, buddy!

New Adaptation to Show Off the Proper Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets

Another adaptation is on its way, this time in the fashion of Diana Wagman's The Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets. According to Deadline, In Cahoots, the production company run by Ken Kwapis and Alexandra Beattie, has acquired film rights.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Copy of Pet Sematary on Blu-ray!

One of the best Stephen King adaptations, Pet Sematary, is getting set to hit Blu-ray, and we have a chance for you lovely sickos to score yourselves a copy on us! That's right, kids; Zelda is now waiting for you in full 1080p!

Issue #1 of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Graphic Novel Adaptation Available Now

The big screen adaptation of Cassandra Clare's novel The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones isn't heading to theatres until the summer of 2013, but in the meantime Clare’s trilogy is being released as a series of graphic novels.

Hansel & Gretel Enter Dee Wallace's House of Horrors

We’re used to seeing Dee Wallace as the heroine being terrorized in a myriad of horror films. A new take on the classic fairy tale Hansel & Gretel will let her do the terrorizing for a change, and she may have worse things is store for the brother and sister besides cannibalism.

Barry Sonnenfeld to Lay Down the Lore with Dwayne The Rock Johson

When it comes to mythological creatures who better to shine up a weapon really nice, turn that sumbitch sideways, and shove it straight up their candy asses other than The Rock? That's just what's on the way should director Barry Sonnenfeld jump on board!

Review Showdown: House at the End of the Street vs. Dredd 3D

Can't decide what to see in theatres this weekend? Well, maybe these two reviews will sway you one way or the other. That's right, kids! It's time to decide who's getting your cash this weekend... House at the End of the Street or Dredd 3D!

Another Look at Dredd with Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby, and More!

Today's the day, kids! Dredd (review) is officially available for mass consumption, and we have a few videos with the stars and a quick look behind the scenes. Watch them now. Pass judgment later.

Misery Heads to the Stage

Even though Carrie didn't work, that's not stopping anyone from adapting Stephen King tales for the stage, and the next project up for the live theatre treatment is the tale of an obsessed fan who knows all about Misery.