Daniel H. Wilson
#SDCC14: Knopf Doubleday Bringing Anne Rice, Chuck Palahniuk, Daniel H. Wilson, and More to the Show
Random House’s Knopf Doubleday group returns to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and they'd love for attendees to visit them at Booth #1515. Read on to see which authors will be there!
Following yesterday's story that Steven Spielberg has hit the breaks on his Robopocalypse flick, Entertainment Weekly caught up with the famed director for a bit more on the subject. Read on for the latest.
Sometimes to get things right, it takes time. The act of rushing to get anything done rarely turns out okay, and no one knows this more than an experienced filmmaker like Steven Spielberg, who is in no big rush to make his way toward the Robopocalypse.
Some quick casting news is coming in for Steven Spielberg's new film, Robopocalypse! Empire is reporting that Anne Hathaway has joined the production. Read on for more and tell us how much you're looking forward to the end of the world.
The film adaptation of Amped, Daniel H. Wilson's thriller about technologically enhanced humans, has found a new home at Working Title Films, and with the talent involved in the project, it's no wonder they snapped it up once the rights became available due to the Lionsgate/Summit merger.
Things have definitely picked up when it comes to Steven Spielberg's new film, Robopocalypse! Read on for the latest including some possible casting news. Dig it!
A quick update has come out of Hollyweird on Steven Spielberg's new film, Robopocalypse, and we have the latest news and details (or nuts and bolts?) for you right here. Dig it!
Let's face it; only a god-like human could successfully take part in a Robopocalypse. Or at the very least an actor who knows how to play someone who's god-like. Read on for the heavy hammered latest on Steven Spielberg's new film!
It's been quite some time since we've gotten an update on Robopocalypse, which Steven Spielberg is directing for DreamWorks, but now it looks like financing is in place, or will be shortly, with Dreamworks and Fox teaming up to co-finance the project.