Some of the recent news around the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z has been fairly grim ... to say the least. But it seems that last week's news about the project's financial jeopardy might have been a bit too pessimistic.
World War Z Adaptation in Trouble? PG-13 Rating Assured? Someone Take Us Down With a Head Shot Please!
In this latest sliver of news guaranteed to make your head hurt, it seems as if the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z could be in financial jeopardy. That and talk of a PG-13 rating have surfaced. Read on. Sigh.
Around a week ago a document began floating around believed to have come from Paramount (which is yet to be confirmed) that offers a couple of quick updates regarding the status of two of the studio's projects, World War Z and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.
You may recognize Charlie Hunnam as Jax in the FX drama Sons of Anarchy, but who knew the guy was also a budding screenwriter? His first script, Vlad, is currently lined up to be produced by Brad Pitt’s Plan B and Summit Entertainment, and we have some information pertaining to the approach the writer/actor is taking with the material.
Ah, Summit Entertainment. They've tantalized a generation of teens and cougars with their vampire and werewolf laden tales in The Twilight Saga. Now they're looking to move on to the one vampire with some real bite -- Dracula. He had better not friggin' sparkle!
Another video game is about to be made into a feature film -- as a possible franchise for Brad Pitt of all people -- and it hasn't even hit the market yet! The game is Capcom's Dark Void, which is scheduled for release January 12, 2010.
I love me some dinosaurs. Something about these giant creatures has always captured my imagination. They must have had the same effect on director Terrence Malick because it looks as if his new project, The Tree of Life, will be featuring some of these toothy devils!