The new promo art for Season 2 of "Sleepy Hollow" already revealed that war is coming, but what else is making its way to the supernaturally challenged town? The Pied Piper for one thing, and that's just the beginning...
Dear Video Gods, can it be? Is the feature adaptation of the Joe Hill comic series Locke & Key actually getting moving? After about a year of silence the buzz begins again as a writer has been found to pen the project! Miracles do happen!
Amongst the headstones at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, fans gathered to catch a glimpse of their beloved headless horseman TV show, Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow”, which will be returning for a much-anticipated second season on September 22nd.
Things can never just be easy, can they? In any event, the feature adaptation of the Joe Hill comic series Locke & Key may have hit a small TV-sized bump on its way to the big screen. Read on for details.
Back in June we found out that Universal was looking to bring the popular comic Locke & Key to the big screen with writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci attached to produce this mammoth tale, and today Kurtzman lent some insight to fans as to what to expect.
After being teased with a TV adaptation of the popular comic Locke & Key that failed to materialize beyond a pilot, word has now come that Universal has picked it up to develop as a feature film.
Time for another quick look at what's coming this fall in Fox's new take on "Sleepy Hollow" from a powerhouse Hollywood trio comprised of co-creators/executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci and director Len Wiseman. Expectations are pretty high!
Am I alone in thinking Fox's upcoming new take on "Sleepy Hollow" looks like a helluva lot of fun? Check out these two new promos for the show, and let us know what you think!
It's not arriving until the fall, but already Fox has provided a behind-the-scenes look at its upcoming new series "Sleepy Hollow" from executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. It's a little action, a little suspense/horror, and a little fun. Check it out, and get to know Ichabod Crane, portrayed by Tom Mison.
Now we don't know about you guys, but when it comes to possible actors being cast for a new TV show based on the classic Washington Irving tale featuring the headless horseman, the first name that immediately springs to mind is Orlando Jones. Right?
Universal is moving forward with its reboot of The Mummy, and it looks like Len Wiseman (Total Recall, Underworld, Live Free or Die Hard) is going to be the guy behind the camera. Share your thoughts in our comments section!
The tale of the infamous Headless Horseman is one that has permeated every aspect of pop culture from books to movies and beyond. Hell, he even makes a guest appearance in Skyrim for god's sake! Now he may be galloping his spectral way to the small screen.
Universal Ready to Reimagine! Tom Cruise to Produce and Star in Van Helsing; Kurtzman/Orci to Unwrap the New Mummy
In what is probably going to be the biggest news of the day, Universal is readying itself to reimagine some of its catalog titles with some huge names attached to do things the right way! Sorry, Stephen Sommers.
As if Washington isn't a scary enough place these days, Deadline reports that the team of Jon Favreau, Roberto Orci, Seth Green, and Michael Dougherty have gotten ABC’s attention — the network has handed out a put pilot commitment to "Ex-Comm", a sci-fi drama with humor, which will be written by the quartet.
In what sounds a lot like a wishful thinking kind of story, the rumor's out there that the television adaptation of Joe Hill's Locke & Key graphic novel could possibly be heading to MTV. But before you get too excited, note that while MTV programming chief David Janollari "likes" the show, he has yet to meet with the "Locke & Key" producers.