The road to bring Hack/Slash to the big screen has been an arduous one to traverse. It's been several years now, and finally it sounds as if there's some solid movement. Movement filled with lens flares and the color orange.
Hungry for a new still from The Hunger Games? Yeah, we weren't either. Still, one of Katniss and Peeta in their District 12 uniforms has slipped online, and we have it for you right here! Check it out!
More comic book inspired mayhem is coming our way in this latest adaptation on the quest to find the next big thing a studio can latch onto. IDW fans, something spooky is crawling your way.
It was back in the middle of Comic-Con last year when Warner Brothers announced that it had acquired the screen rights to A Discovery of Witches, the bestselling novel by Deborah Harkness. Now, several months later, this witches brew is finally bubbling.
Another adaptation is in the works, this time coming from our friends across the pond. The subject is Wire In The Blood writer Val McDermid’s Killing the Shadows. Read on for all the details.
Inflated budgets seem to be Hollywood's latest serial killer as the giant green beast known as the almighty dollar sign has claimed yet another production ... stopping it dead in its tracks.
A slew of new images and one-sheets have been released recently for Lionsgate's upcoming franchise known as The Hunger Games, and we have every single pixel of them for you right here. Check them out and pray to the video gods that this is better than that crappy Twilight stuff.
Around these parts a little indie flick ranks up there as being one of the single scariest and best Stephen King adaptations out there. We're talking of course about Mark Pavia's The Night Flier. Good news, kids, as it sounds as if Pavia is finally ready to get back to business with a new anthology film based upon several King tales!
Bringing World War Z to the big screen has been a story unto itself. Everything from budget concerns to actual S.W.A.T. teams seizing firearms has haunted the production thus far, but it's still plugging away and may be doing so for two additional films. Read on for the details.
Missed Stephen King's Bag of Bones (review here) when it was on TV? Big fan of seeing Pierce Brosnan weep incessantly for over an hour and then have zany conversations with his answering machine? Then have we got some great news for you!
The Japanese are notorious for making even the worst of movies look good. Need proof? Check out Foy's Syfy and Asylum artwork piece here. The first trailer for Battleship played like a joke. The second was far more interesting. Now the Japanese version has come and officially sparked our interest.
It may be considered the newest darling of the tweener crowd, but so far everything we've seen from The Hunger Games film adaptation has looked pretty promising, including this latest bit of promo in the form of an ad for China Glaze's "Capitol Colours" series of nail polishes featuring Elizabeth Banks' character, District 12 escort Effie Trinket.
You know how sometimes you hear about a project and then have zero interest until you come across it again later? Yeah, that's the case with us and Bryan Singer's upcoming movie, Jack the Giant Killer, which, judging from the trailer alone, is not your grandfather's Jack and the Beanstalk tale.
Man, the studios are sure in a mad dash to get out their stuff for the holidays! Next on tap for you guys is a new one-sheet for Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games. Check it out!
A couple of weeks ago we reported that Paramount was in negotiations for the screen rights to the Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Unfortunately, they didn't get it. However, Universal did! Read on for details.