David Leslie Johnson
Secrets. The television phenomenon known as "Lost" was full of them. Whether they were good, bad, or just plain silly, each one was guarded with the utmost care. Kind of makes sense that one of the show's regular directors is hush-hush about his new project!
Everyone needs a hero. Especially when aliens from another planet set out to destroy the human race. Gotta hate when that happens. Take heart, though. Mankind? We are tough as nails. There's little doubt that a human will be the Last Man Standing.
Yes, the remake of Clash of the Titans was pretty terrible, and we've gotten some really big promises for its upcoming sequel, but we have to admit we're kind of surprised by this latest bit of news. A third film in the now franchise is already in the works.
Yesterday we revealed that Chainsaw: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman is the front-runner to direct Warner Bros.' upcoming sequel to Louis Leterrier's remake of Clash of the Titans, and though a director hasn't been made official yet, two writers have been picked.
Since I live a life of (mostly) full disclosure, let me tell you a couple of things about your old Uncle Creepy. I have three irrational fears -- heights, nuns (they friggin' float, man), and bugs. Of those three insects make my skin crawl like you would not believe, which is why I'm both dreading and looking forward to Orphan scribe David Leslie Johnson's latest project.
That's right, kids! Before the original film makes its way Stateside, Paramount Vantage is already planning a remake of the Australian horror suspense film Lake Mungo.