Snow White and the Huntsman wasn't nearly as bad as we thought it would be. Yes, it starred Kristen Stewart, who is about as wooden as the trees used to put the original tale on paper, but there was a lot of good to be found. If this latest news comes to fruition, we could all be in luck!
"The Walking Dead" continues to be a ratings giant for AMC, so it's unlikely that the network has thought twice about its decision to remove original showrunner Frank Darabont from the production. Darabont has moved on, however, and while promoting his upcoming series "Mob City," the little zombie show that could might've come up.
Absolute Radio caught up with Elizabeth Olsen, who took a moment to talk about Gareth Edwards' upcoming take on the king of the monsters, Godzilla, and we really like what we're hearing.
More top-name talent is in talks to tango with the king of the monsters known as Godzilla, and we couldn't be happier about the actors circling their roles. Read on for the latest, and look for much more very soon.
Despite some nagging legal woes Legendary's new Godzilla film seems to be very much on track. In fact, according to screenwriter Frank Darabont, in the new film the big guy is nothing short of a force of nature. Read on for details.
After facing the likes of King Ghidorah, Rodan, Hedorah, Titanosaurus, and Mothra in every possible guise complete with tiny Japanese fairies, it kind of figures that Godzilla's greatest battle would take place in a courtroom.
While the producers and all parties concerned hash things out legally, Warner Brothers is already eying possible leading men for their upcoming American reboot of the Godzilla franchise. Read on for the latest.
Well, you can't say you didn't see this one coming, can you? Word has come that the mighty Godzilla is ready to do battle on an all-new playing field... our country's courtrooms! Read on for details.
We're all waiting breathlessly for Legendary Films' new take on Godzilla to start stomping, and the good news is we're getting close. So close that some new details have hit the interwebs that give us an idea of where the plot is going.
And the Godzilla saga continues today as Frank Darabont has been tapped by Legendary Pictures to do a rewrite of the script for the latest shot at making a good American version of the classic tale of wrecked cities and fire-breathing behemoths.
When "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC in a couple of weeks, we as fans will be headed into uncharted territory. The return episode will mark the very first post-Frank Darabont. Time to hear from the man himself, once again.
The dead are on their way to Blu-ray and DVD like never before, and we've got your hot ticket (or should we say cold ticket?) to win a copy on us! That's right, kids! Time to dig your claws into "The Walking Dead" Season One Collector's Edition and let the feasting begin!
And the the controversy behind Frank Darabont's firing from the AMC series "The Walking Dead" continues to be uglier than any zombie featured on the series. This time "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter took to Twitter to lay down some truly choice words on the situation.