Hot on the heels of releasing the official trailer for The Hunger Games, Lionsgate has provided People Magazine with a few new stills from the film. In addition, we've heard some rumblings about the studio already attempting to lock in a writer for the sequel, entitled Catching Fire.
It's been an interesting year for Craig Gillespie. After helming DreamWorks' Fright Night remake, he was next poised to direct the film adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and brought in acclaimed writer Marti Noxon (with whom he worked on Fright Night) to complete the script. Then in October it was announced he was exiting the project, leaving it up in the air.
If there's one thing Tim Burton knows as well as any other filmmakers out there (if not better), it's that anything can be deemed peculiar. That's exactly why he seems like the perfect choice to get behind a big screen adaptation of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
You can add another name to the list of those circling a role in Jaume Collet-Serra's upcoming live-action adaptation of Akira. Oh, Bella. My how you've grown! Read on for the details.
Back in May we wrote up a story from Industry Gamers stating that hopeful fans shouldn't be writing off the possibility of a movie version of the popular video game franchise BioShock. That was then ...
This past July it looked like director David Yates and screenwriter Steve Kloves, the team responsible for several films in the Harry Potter franchise, would be adapting Stephen King’s novel The Stand into at least two films for Warner Bros. But then things got quiet, and Ben Affleck's name came up as a replacement. Now Yates is explaining what happened.
As someone who hasn't read The Hunger Games books, I've been anxiously awaiting the film's trailer in order to see what all the fuss is about, and I have to admit it's pretty impressive. Check it out and see if you don't agree that Lionsgate has a winner on its hands!
We're getting closer to the release of the television adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, and to celebrate its arrival, we have a fresh TV spot for ya!
Two more actors have been watching the pendulum swing back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and fo...
The new American Godzilla flick isn’t the only big screen adaptation to get a new screenwriter this week. As hard as it is to believe anyone in Hollywood thinks a feature film based on the classic arcade game Asteroids is a good idea, someone’s idea wasn’t good enough so a new writer has been brought in to take a crack at the script.
We've seen a lot of different kinds of viral marketing in support of upcoming projects as of late, but this one? This one kicks a copious amount of ass. Stephen King fans, rejoice! You have a new online destination to rattle your bones.
Adam Green continues his ongoing quest to work himself to death with several projects on the horizon including Killer Pizza, which has delivered some good news along with the pepperoni.
A slew of new images have made their way online in anticipation of A&E's adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, and we have your hot ticket to see each and every one. Dig it!
Two more adaptations are on the way in various forms from the mind of one of the horror genre's most prolific and respected authors, the great Stephen King, and we've got the scoop on both of 'em for you right here in one space! Dig it!
The last time there was anything to talk about regarding the Robert Zemeckis live action adaptation of Chuck Sambuchino's How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack was this past April, and now that writers are attached, Zemeckis himself might direct instead of just producing. Read on for details.