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Jason Rothenberg

UPDATED: Four Pilots With Some Sci-Fi Flavor Heading Our Way

As Doctor Gash mentioned this morning, it's pilot season for the TV networks, and we have four more projects to report on, all of which bring with them some tasty sci-fi flavor.

Matt Reeves Leaving The Twilight Zone?

If confirmed, then this is a real bummer for Twilight Zone fans. Variety's Jeff Kroll just posted the following on Twitter... "Due to scheduling conflicts, looks like Matt Reeves will not be helming WB's Twilight Zone pic."

New Writer Heads into The Twilight Zone

You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension - a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into the rewrite zone.

Writer Tony Peckham's Next Stop ... The Twilight Zone

More movement on the front of the next big screen Twilight Zone extravaganza ... a writer has been tapped to take us to a whole new dimension of sight, sound, and mind. Read on for the details.

Director Matt Reeves Chosen to Bring The Twilight Zone Back to the Big Screen

We already knew Warner Bros. has been searching for a director to help them bring The Twilight Zone back to the big screen, and today word has come down that they've made their choice: Let Me In and Cloverfield director Matt Reeves.

Warner Bros. Looking to Bring The Twilight Zone Back to the Big Screen

It's no secret that here at Dread Central we have a LOT of love for the classic television show from Rod Serling, "The Twilight Zone". As for the movie and other iterations? Well, not so much, but that could change as Warner Bros. is just about ready to enter another dimension yet again.

The Twilight Zone Heading Back to Theatres

There's no question that when you think classic cinema, one of the first shows that comes to mind is Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone". While there have been several attempts to recapture that magic both on TV and theatrically, the lightning has yet to be captured into the proverbial bottle. Still ... Hollywood is looking to try again!