For several months now we've been referring to the next film in the Terminator franchise as Terminator: Genesis, and though the title hasn't quite been changed, the spelling of it has.
Set to appear this fall in Blumhouse/Platinum Dunes' Ouija, young actor Douglas Smith has just booked a role in the upcoming Terminator: Genesis, currently being filmed in New Orleans.
If you're a fan of the Terminator franchise, there's of course nobody whose involvement in any and all sequels you'd want more than James Cameron, who wrote and directed both the original film and its sequel.
For many horror fans, Jurassic Park is holy ground riddled with lots of thrills and dinosaur mayhem. The film is a modern classic, deserving of all the love and attention that it gets. Ever wonder what director James Cameron would have done with it? Read on to find out!
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Though it's unclear just what the status is of the next flick in The Terminator franchise, one thing is abundantly clear ... the series just isn't the same without star Arnold Schwarzenegger. Series creator James Cameron thinks so, too.
Well now. This sucks. A bit of bad news for those of you out there like us who were really looking forward to seeing just what Fast Five director Justin Lin could bring to the flailing Terminator franchise ... the director has had to bail on the project.
After the soul-crushing disappointment of the mess that was the last Terminator movie, it's going to take a lot to get fans excited about another entry in the franchise. Ladies and gentlemen ... meet step one in the right direction.
If there's one filmmaker who's a big favorite around the Dread Central offices, it's without question the great Guillermo del Toro. With several really high profile films in the works, including the long awaited At the Mountains of Madness, the man sure has a lot on his plate and a lot to say about it as well.
Hold the presses, kids. It seems as if we may have written Tom Cruise off just a little too soon when it comes to starring in Guillermo del Toro's film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness.
The fact that the Guillermo del Toro helmed film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness is becoming a reality makes us giddy beyond words. With casting in full swing offers have gone out to some interesting bits of talent.
Words alone cannot describe how excited we are for Guillermo del Toro's big screen adaptation of the Lovecraftian tale At the Mountains of Madness.
If there's one project out there that fans should be foaming at the mouth for, it is without question Guillermo del Toro's At the Mountains of Madness, a dream project for the great director and one that looks as if it's moving along quite nicely!
With every day that passes we find ourselves praying just a little bit more to the horror gods that Guillermo del Toro's adaptation of At the Mountains of Madness happens ASAP. Tonight the director spoke a bit about whom he'd like to see in the leading role.
And the waters surrounding Piranha 3D remain choppy as producer Mark Canton has decided to send an open letter to mega-director James Cameron regarding his recent remarks to Vanity Fair. Sit back, dear reader. There are fish tales to tell. For those not playing along, last week Cameron issued the following statement regarding Piranha 3D and its use of the 3D effect ... Vanity Fair: Was there any sense of nostalgia when the Piranha movie came out last weekend?