The first official piece of artwork for the latest project based upon Japanese anime, Tomie Unlimited, is here and it's pretty damned wicked.
So Who's Directing Pride and Prejudice and Zombies This Week? How About Fright Night Remake Director Craig Gillespie?
Every few days another name gets thrown into the mix in terms of who will be directing Lionsgate's adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and this week follow suit accordingly.
The first bit of casting news has hit the net regarding the upcoming Dean R. Koontz adaption, Odd Thomas, and we have got the skinny for you right here! Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Terminator: Salvation) is first on board Stephen Sommers' upcoming flick.
After seeing the promo film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth months ago, we've been stoked for another live action adaptation. When the announcement from Warner Premiere came that the man behind the awesome short, Kevin Tancharoen, would be bringing his vision to an official Mortal Kombat web series, we were elated. The good news keeps on coming!
Yet another literary trilogy has been picked up by a studio for adaptation into a film series even before the first volume has hit bookstore shelves. This time it's CBS Films acquiring rights to Marie Lu's Legend, which Twilight Saga producers Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey will produce through their Temple Hill banner.
One of my favorite video games to this day remains Konami's Zombies Ate My Neighbors, which originally appeared on both the Super NES and the Sega Genesis. Simply put, it was campy horror-loving fun that has endured through the years. Current day gamers with a Wii can even play it on the system's virtual console right now! For any good property a movie adaptation is never that far away.
Amidst the usual media-fueled hubbub of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, aside from the Kevin Smith Red State circus and Lucky McKee’s The Woman audience freak-out, a surprise announcement was made from one of the unlikeliest of places: former Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash.
Javier Bardem is having one helluva week! Along with being nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for Biutiful and becoming a new dad to a bouncing baby boy (mom is Penelope Cruz), he's been named as the number one pick to portray gunslinger Roland Deschain in Ron Howard's The Dark Tower with an offer officially being made by director Howard and Universal Pictures.
Anyone who has played the Playstation 3 serial killer on the loose game Heavy Rain (review here) knows how dark, scary, and overall insane this remarkable piece of software can be.
Though he's met with some HEAVY competition for the role, it looks as if The Dark Knight is the new front-runner for The Dark Tower. A good choice if you ask us.
With Twilight mania fading fast, Hollywood is scrambling to find the next cougar/tweener sensation. Why not look toward the warm glow of dragon siblings?
And the latest project based upon Japanese anime is here and bringing a boatload of nightmarish goodies and of course scantily clad schoolgirls giving the peace sign twenty times a second with it!
More fresh news about a long gestating project, the feature film adaptation of Steve Niles' Wake the Dead, has come our way and we're pretty giddy! Read on for the latest!
The good folks over at Warner Premiere made official the news we told you about last week. Kevin Tancharoen, director of Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, will be delivering his unique vision of the series via the web this spring, and we have all the details you need! From the Press Release
Poor Lionsgate. Just when you think everything is looking good for their adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, the director bails due to scheduling conflicts.