Ever since the cinematic trailer for the video game Dead Island (review here) appeared online, two things have happened: one - we fell crazy in love, and two - talk of a movie began immediately. Looks as if those initial reports are now more than just talk.
Taking the most tumultuous road possible to the big screen is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Just about every conceivable thing short of Bill Murray refusing to read the script has happened (not that he was ever attached to this; we just couldn't resist taking a jab), but finally an offer is out to someone to assume the lead role of "Elizabeth Bennet".
It's been a couple of months since last we spoke about the live action film adaptation of The Nye Incidents, but a writer has finally been tapped, and we have all the details you need right here! Dig it!
Producer Guy Danella and writer Luke Passmore had a great run at the Toronto International Film Festival with their Midnight Madness entry The Day, but the duo aren't resting on their laurels as a new project is already waiting in the wings.
The last time we checked in with the Italian ghost story Voice from the Stone was way back in May, and now that some time has passed, tons of location and concept art have popped up on the flick's official Facebook page. Dig it!
Fans of Max Brook's bestselling novel World War Z have more than their fair share of worries when it comes to adapting the book to the big screen. Can director Marc Forster quell at least some of them? Read on!
When it comes to zombies infesting Glasgow, Scotland for the upcoming adaptation of World War Z, lots of locals were on hand with cameras, and one such person has caught some pretty chaotic footage! Dig it!
Although I don't have the exact numbers right in front of me, I would be willing to lay a considerable wager that Stephen King has had more horror stories adapted to film than any other author. That seems like a safe bet. And now, through King's "Dollar Baby" program, director Pablo Macho Maysonet IV has added the September 11th thriller The Things They Left Behind to the list of King tales to make the big screen.
First Details and a Teaser Trailer for E.J. Meyers' Adaptation of Stephen King's The Ten O'clock People
Shooting this fall in Providence, Rhode Island, The Ten O'clock People is an independent film adaptation of Stephen King’s short story of the same name. The film, a chilling cross between horror and film noir, will offer a 21st century twist to classics like Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Some more casting news is coming in for Mick Garris' latest Stephen King television adaptation, Bag of Bones for A&E. We can already hear the cougars growling about past crushes, etc. Read on!
After the incredible success of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, adapted from Jane Austen's work of nearly the same name (sans zombies, of course), a movie was the next logical step. The story of Elizabeth Bennet carving up zombies and duking it out with Lady Catherine screamed to be brought to life on the big screen.
For weeks now we've seen images of flipped over vehicles, Brad Pitt standing around, and various other bits of behind-the-scenes goodies, but we've had no clear look at the undead themselves ... until now.
You know why we love Eric Kripke? He always gets his man! Although he was linked to an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman many moons ago, that project never happened. In its place has come Deadman, which The CW has tapped Kripke to write and produce based on the comic books by Arnold Drake and Carmine Infantino.
It's not just the big screen where comic book adaptations are heading fast and furious these days. Showtime is getting in on the act with "The Damned", a new series project based on independent graphic novel and comic book publisher Oni Press’ comic book limited series.
Two young actresses have joined the cast of A&E's four-hour adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Bag of Bones" from director Mick Garris: Caitlin Carmichael, who has credits in both "True Blood" and "Dexter", is playing Kyra Devore while local Canadian thespian Fiona Forsythe has signed on for an as yet unnamed character.