At last month's Fan Expo in Toronto, Todd McFarlane opened up about the long talked about Spawn remake, generating serious amounts of fan excitement when he said that he's hard at work on the project and that the plan is to get the cameras rolling sometime next year.
In addition to graciously signing free autographs for fans at this past weekend's Fan Expo convention, comic and toy legend Todd McFarlane also offered up a whole lot of exciting information about the long talked about remake of Spawn, which he's currently hard at work on.
For at least the last four years, if not longer, every now and then a story leaks out about Todd McFarlane's long talked about Spawn remake, and the last time we heard from him, he mentioned an Academy Award-winning actor waiting in the wings. Out of Comic-Con came a hint of who that might be.
We told you about Jamie Foxx working on a horror anthology series for Syfy way back in April during the rash of Upfronts that were going on. Things were on track and everyone was happy. Today? Not so much.
Jamie Foxx is just one of those people who can seemingly do it all. Want more proof? If you're a fan of Foxx and horror anthologies, then check out the following tidbit of news concerning his new project with the Syfy channel.
Deon Taylor's been carving himself a nice little niche in our genre with his films Nite Tales, Chain Letter, etc., and now, along with producer Jamie Foxx, Taylor is looking to bring his anthology flavor to TV with an episodic version of "Nite Tales".
It’s not often we write articles about award-winning performers here on Dread Central, which makes this all the more exciting for yours truly. This past weekend Deon Taylor (Dead Tone, Chain Letter) invited Dread Central exclusively out to his set in Los Angeles to give us a look at the revamping of his Night Tales (previously Nite Tales) brand of horror.