It's been a long while since last we heard anything about Chronicle 2. In fact, the last time was when we told you that Max Landis had left the production. Today, however, word has come that a new scribe is ready to show us what he can do!
Some really crappy superhero related news has hit the internet. Max Landis has announced via Twitter that he's no longer involved with Chronicle 2. Read on for details.
It's been a while since last we heard anything about the sequel to Chronicle known for now as Chronicle 2, but IGN caught up with writer Max Landis who delivered some news that's music to our ears... if there doesn't have to be too much compromise.
This Sunday is Oscar day, but for genre fans it's The Saturn Awards that really matter, and we have the full list of this year's nominees. Although we have to say the horror pickings are rather slim indeed!
In a world in which bad decisions are as common as breathing, some troubling news has come out regarding the sequel to the amazing flick Chronicle. The Playlist recently caught up with John Landis (father or Chronicle scribe Max Landis), who had this to say...
Screenwriter Max Landis has announced that he is again showing off his own impressive superpower, the ability to write kick-ass movies. At a recent interview from Dubai at Middle East Film and Comic Con Landis dropped word that he's currently penning the script for Chronicle 2.
In just a few weeks Chronicle will be landing on Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got the full details you need right here! Read on for the latest specs and more! Dig it!
Following a much-deserved surprise success in multiplexes around the globe, budding super-villains across the UK will be pleased to hear that Chronicle will be making its UK DVD and Blu-ray debut courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox on May 28th.
Chronicle is heading to Blu-ray and DVD this coming May 15th, and we have a look at the artwork for you right here which calls itself "The Lost Footage Edition". That's right, kids! we're getting a longer cut!
Some late breaking news coming out of Fox today. Given the amount of badassery that was Chronicle, a sequel seems like a no-brainer. Especially because it raked in the box office dough. The good news? It looks as if the powers-that-be are getting ready to do this the right way!
When a Ghost Rider sequel was announced, most people wondered why. Moviegoers must have been asking the same question judging by the film's middling box office receipts this weekend. Poor Nic Cage might have to sell his soul to Satan to get another hit movie at this point.
Kate Beckinsale in fetish wear drops from ceilings. Super-powered teens go all Columbine. Ghosts terrorize Harry Potter. Liam Neeson beats the crap out of wolves. Movie endings confound. Viewer mail confounds even more so. Plus, film snob douchbaggery, two-headed sharks, men on ledges, and much, much more. Yep. A new edition of DFF is being served.
Did The Rock vs. Jar Jar Binks vs. The Apex Predator vs. Harry Potter Main Event the Box Office Smackdown this Weekend?
The tag team combinations of Channing Tatum & Rachel McAdams and Denzel Washington & Ryan Reynolds may have ruled the record-breaking box office, but for genre fans it was all about The Rock starring in Brendan Fraser’s sloppy seconds, George Lucas’ continuing efforts to wring every last penny out of the Star Wars brand, and round two between a found footage superpowers movie and a Hammer ghost flick starring Harry Potter.
Harry Potter & the House of Hammer Battles The Adventures of Super Carrie for Box Office Championship
At the time of my writing this box office report, we still don’t know how close the score will be in the big game between the New England Patriots and “the New York football Giants” (as Howard Cosell used to call them), but at the movie Super Bowl this weekend, a one-point difference is about all that separated The Woman in Black and Chronicle for the box office championship.