More supernatural TV is coming our way, this time courtesy of Starz; and this one is carrying some pretty big names with it! Read on for the details.
After losing its flagship series "24" and not seeing its newer offerings (aside from "Glee") garner especially strong ratings, Fox TV is looking around for something that will attract more viewers. What have they found?
Will Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow go up against an army of zombies in 2011's fourth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean series? The actor was at Comic-Con to talk about the film - and what he had to say was pretty interesting.
The last time we spoke about the possibility of a big screen adaptation of the hit 2K Games property BioShock was nearly a year ago. Sadly the project, like many others before it, has hit lots of pitfalls and delays, and today the film's producer Gore Verbiniski has shed some light on why.
While it would have kicked a copious amount of ass to have Gore Verbinski at the helm of the live action adaptation of the Take Two video game BioShock, it just wasn't in the cards. That's okay, though, because Universal's next choice is a winner and a half.
If any director working today seemed capable of tackling the film adaptation of video game BioShock, it was Gore Verbinski. Who better to bring the underwater city of Rapture to the big screen? Well, unfortunately Universal Pictures has stopped his efforts due to the rapidly rising budget, which has reportedly reached the $160 million level.
That's right, kids. Director Gore Verbinski has forsaken pirates, opting instead to explore the world of Big Daddies. Um ... that could quite possibly be the most unintentionally homo-erotic lead-in I've ever written.
Damn you, Gore Verbinski. Damn you. The man behind the U.S. remake of The Ring, which I grant you wasn’t as bad as we had feared, has been attached to produce a redux of another Asian favorite: Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host (review).
Variety has learned that Pirates of the Caribbean/The Ring helmer Gore Verbinski has been brought on board by Universal to direct BioShock (review), the film based on the incredibly good and incredibly original Xbox 360 game that was released last year and won the hearts of fans across the world almost immediatel