Warner Brothers is moving forward with its latest visit to The Twilight Zone as Variety is reporting that “The River,” “Heroes” and “Crossing Jordan" scribe Aron Eli Coleite has been hired to pen the sceenplay for the sci-fi tentpole.
Warner Brothers is still interested in visiting The Twilight Zone once again theatrically as Variety is reporting that Oblivion director Joseph Kosinski is being courted to return to the land of sight, sound, and mind for them and Leonard DiCaprio’s Appian Way.
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."
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.
It was over a year ago when word first broke that Leonardo DiCaprio would be portraying H.H. Holmes, the first real serial killer in America, in an adaptation of Erik Larson's nonfiction book The Devil in the White City, and now finally the project has a screenwriter after being picked up by Warner Bros.
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.
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.
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.
It’s pretty hard to believe what a small amount of attention has been given to H.H. Holmes, the first real serial killer in America, but it looks like that's about to change with the news that Leonardo DiCaprio has signed to star as Holmes in a new film being developed by his Appian Way Productions with Double Feature Films.
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!
The winners of the Fox Network's 2010 Teen Choice Awards were announced yesterday (with the actual awards show airing tonight, Monday, August 9th, at 8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), and to say that vampires dominated the event is an understatement. The Twilight Saga movies (both New Moon and Eclipse) scored twelve of the surfboard-shaped trophies while The CW's popular "The Vampire Dairies" took home seven.
We can hear the grumbling already. Yes, we know Inception isn't a horror movie, but it's a terrific mindfuck and certainly has some dark and twisty elements. Besides, Trembles took the time to draw up a Motion Picture Purgatory for it, and we've never been the type to look a gift horse in the mouth.
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island hits DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD next Tuesday, June 8th, and in honor of the occasion Paramount Home Entertainment has released two new Blu-ray bonus clips along with a Psychological Assessment Test.
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island was a big hit at the box office and with most of us around the Dread Central offices. But no film's run is complete without Trembles weighing on it, and today we received his take.