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Alexandre Aja Has Horns!

Hopefully this isn't a permanent affliction for the director of Haute Tension, The Hills Have Eyes, and Piranha 3D. We can't imagine waking up one day and ... Huh? Oh. Never mind. Another adaptation is on its way!

Watch a Five-Minute Sneak Peek of A&E's Bag of Bones

Curious about Amazon's Instant Video but never taken the time to check it out? Well, how about killing two birds with one stone then as Amazon has made available a five-minute long sneak peek of A&E's upcoming Bag of Bones -- for free!

Paranormal Activity 2 Director Finds Those Across the River

It's been a while since last we heard of anything from Paranormal Activity 2 director Todd "Kip" Williams, but that's all about to change as he's jumping behind the camera for the latest horror adaptation that's looking to bring the spooky.

Paramount Ensures that Orphan Scribe Will Be the Last Man Standing

Everyone needs a hero. Especially when aliens from another planet set out to destroy the human race. Gotta hate when that happens. Take heart, though. Mankind? We are tough as nails. There's little doubt that a human will be the Last Man Standing.

Jane Goldman in Talks to Pen Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Adaptation

While we wait to see if Tim Burton does indeed direct a big screen adaptation of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, the name of the screenwriter "in talks" to pen the script should help nudge him in the direction of saying yes. Read on for the details!

Paramount Looking to Introduce Us to the Daughter of Smoke and Bone

You know ... we could have sworn the title Daughter of Smoke and Bone came from an old Cheech and Chong record we used to listen to back in the day. Of course that's not the case, but man, the memories!

Akira Synopsis Leaks Online

Remember our last story when I said nothing stays quiet on the interwebs for long? Here's another fine example for you! The synopsis for Jaume Collet-Serra's big screen adaptation of Akira has leaked online (that sounds so ... nasty), and it bodes really well for fans because it's as faithful as can be.

Hasbro's Ouija Spells Out Marti Noxon's Name

It's amazing to see Hasbro's Ouija adaptation rise from the grave, but that's exactly what it has done. It almost seems appropriate even. So what's the planchette pointing to today? The name of a new writer!

Horror Lurks in the London Fields

Another adaptation is heading our way to bring a little bit of mystery into our lives, and we've got all the details ready and waiting for you right here! Minus the inevitable twist ending of course.

New Hunger Games Image Escorted Online

Excited for Lionsgate's big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games? Then wake up from your tryptophan induced coma and focus your gravy-filled peepers right here for a new still!

Go Behind-the-Scenes of A&E's Bag of Bones

Had your fill of clips, images, and TV spots for Mick Garris' Bag of Bones adaptation that's heading to A&E on December 11th/12th? How about a new behind-the-scenes video then to get you even more excited about the upcoming show?

Ken Watanabe in the Running for Prime Akira Role?

More could-be casting news coming in for Warner Brothers' big screen adaptation of Akira... apparently Gary Oldman is now out of the picture, and an offer is out for another gristly tough guy to take on what would have been his role.

Gale Anne Hurd Heading to Area 51

Nevada's Area 51 is still a hotbed of entertainment fodder with several projects bearing that moniker either already released or coming soon. Well, you can add another to the ever growing list, but this one has some big guns behind it!

Marti Noxon Talks Trouble, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Thus far just about everything has gone wrong concerning the big screen adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It's like the revolving door of productions. Names get attached. Names leave. Directors jump ship. Actors refuse offers. It's a perfect storm. Writer Marti Noxon recently issued her thoughts on this ever so troubled production.

New Stills and Two More TV Spots for A&E's Bag of Bones

We're coming up on the December 11th/12th airing on A&E of Mick Garris' two-part adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones so of course more promo materials are floating around the Net like a tiny corpse in the middle of a giant lake. Check out a trio of new stills from Cemetary Dance and a couple of TV spots that popped up on the show's Facebook page.