You know how sometimes you hear about a project and then have zero interest until you come across it again later? Yeah, that's the case with us and Bryan Singer's upcoming movie, Jack the Giant Killer, which, judging from the trailer alone, is not your grandfather's Jack and the Beanstalk tale.
And the news surrounding NBC's redux of the classic television series "The Munsters" continues to be more compelling by the day. Character and plot details have come to light that will have you scratching your head for sure.
Some really interesting news coming in for the television remake of the classic show "The Munsters". A big name director is getting behind the project guns blazing, and we have to admit we've never been more curious. Read on for the skinny.
The first details of "H+: The Digital Series" were revealed during their panel at Comic-Con this past Thursday along with a trailer. Check it all out below.
For those of you that haven't heard, the world is going to end on December 21, 2012. We know this because the Mayan calendar ends on that date, and who are we to dispute the timetable skills of a long extinct culture. For those of you who are unsure of what to expect three years from now, Roland Emmerich has a movie opening this November depicting the apocalypse to come. Or you can wait another year for the Syfy Channel version Bryan Singer has in the works.
The Endeavor project known as Prisoners just got a whole lot more interesting with the news that Christian Bale is a strong possibility to play the second lead in the film opposite Mark Wahlberg. A report came out of The Hollywood Reporter that while "the project isn't financed and the Wahlberg-Bale combo is fragile ... Bale is actually perfect for this -- it's a brooding, dark script."
Hey, Bryan. What's goin' on? It's good to see you. We hear that you have officially signed on to direct that movie you wanted. The one written by that kid from Brooklyn with Mark Wahlberg attached. What's that all about? Okay, well, it was great to meet you. Say hello to ya motha fa' me, okay?
Hey, Bryan. What's goin' on? It's good to see you. We hear you are interested in one of the hottest scripts in Hollywood. The one written by that kid from Brooklyn with Mark Wahlberg attached. What's that all about? Okay, well, it was great to meet you. Say hello to ya motha fa' me, okay?
I guess when you’ve got a name like Bryan Singer producing you flick, it’s easy to afford some big name (and big talent) stars.