Good news for fans who are eagerly anticipating the new spooker Incarnate from Blumhouse. The flick is now in the more than capable hands of WWE Studios to get it into theatres to score a pinfall. Read on for details.
Blumhouse has found a kid to turn all demonically killer for their new terror tale Incarnate as the child actor from Fox's horrendous show "Touch," David Mazouz, is set to do a lot more than just count things with Kiefer Sutherland.
Blumhouse's Incarnate has gone through a bit of a casting shake-up as Rosario Dawson has left the production and Catalina Sandino Moreno has taken her place.
Blumhouse is gearing up to bring on another flick that's looking to exorcise your worst fears, and it's sounding as if Rosario Dawson will be added to the mix to co-star opposite Aaron Eckhart in Incarnate.
Demons and devils have never been more popular! That trend is set to continue to possess your box office dollars as Blumhouse is gearing up to bring on another flick that's looking to exorcise your worst fears.
Yeah, remember back in April of 2012 when we reported that current WWE champion Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was going to be the lead character in Warner Brothers' big screen adaptation of Lobo? No? Well that's okay. WB doesn't remember that either.
Another young adult book-to-film adaptation is on its way, this time for the post-apocalyptic thriller Monument 14, which is the first installment in a trilogy to be completed by Emmy Laybourne. Brad Peyton will direct for Reel FX and Andrew Adamson’s Strange Weather.
It's been a couple of months since last there was anything to report regarding the feature film debut of DC Comics' intergalactic badass bounty hunter Lobo, but alas, a logline has come. Read on for what the flick will be about!
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson makes headlines wherever he goes because, well, he's The Rock, and that's all your candy ass needs to know. Over the weekend at Comic-Con the people's champ confirmed his Lobo involvement via Twitter.
Interesting rumors are coming in. A week or so ago news came that Warner Brothers was looking to bring Lobo to the big screen. Then a few days ago Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hinted via his Twitter account he'd be playing a DC Comics character on the big screen. And now the third piece of the puzzle is here...
In the world of sometimes needless comic book adaptations, there have been two absolute sins. One - the fact that we're still waiting on a good movie based upon Spawn and two - DC Comics' Lobo hasn't gotten any love. Thankfully one of those two things is about to change.
Sometimes planet Earth just can't catch a break, man. Tsunamis. Earthquakes. Little innocuous possession flicks that cause a tidal wave of disdain and hatred. Oh, and of course supernatural invasions. They're always fun.