It looks like things are progressing pretty nicely for the latest adaptation of the brilliant work of Mr. Charles Addams. In addition to being in old school stop-motion animation and directed by Tim Burton, the Illumination Films and Universal Pictures project has signed on Ed Wood screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski for the project.
One of the busiest men in the business today is without question Tim Burton. The guy has his hands in seemingly everything lately and the news has come down today that one of his projects is being met with a bit of a delay.
With his films Night Watch, Day Watch, and even Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov has proven to be a visionary director. Recently the filmmaker had several projects on his plate that he was set to produce, but now it seems as if he may be at the helm of one of them ... Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter!
It's been a while since last we spoke about Hollywood's bid to turn the board game Monsterpocalypse into a big budget movie with Tim Burton at the helm, but finally some news has flooded in.
Things have been awfully quiet on the big screen version of Dark Shadows, but now it seems there's a bit of light peering through the shroud of fog that's been laying over Collinwood Mansion.
A bit more concerning that latest adaptation of the brilliant work of Mr. Charles Addams. Looks like there's truly something special brewing in grandmama's cauldron! In an interview with ComingSoon.net producer Christopher Meledandri spoke a bit about the upcoming 3D animated version of The Addams Family we told you about a few months ago.
UK director Richard Crawford is readying a new adaptation of Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands for the stage, which will commence its world premiere run at The Brooklyn Studio Lab from June 25th through July 3rd.
Hollywood has rifled through graphic novels, plundered through video games, and remade everything it could possibly think of. What's next? BOARD GAMES! Roll the dice and get ready for the horror ... the horror!
Where did Tim Burton go wrong, exactly? I know the director still has his fans, but in writing this story, I'm hard pressed to recall the last film the director made that was anything but a joyless cash-in. Mars Attacks, perhaps?
Though it's not really news, star Geena Davis has mused a little bit recently about a possible sequel to one of the most beloved horror comedies ever, Beetlejuice. Lord knows we're pretty sure fans everywhere would rather have a sequel than a remake!
A few weeks ago we let you guys know that Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov, who previously worked together on 9, are reteaming to produce a big screen adaptation of the Seth Grahame-Smith novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Today we found out who's writing the adaptation.
Tim Burton has never been busier! Coming off the success of Alice in Wonderland, he's working on several other projects including the much talked about big screen adaptation of Dark Shadows (note, however, that MTV has squashed his rumored 3D adaptation of The Addams Family, for now at least). It seems, though, before getting to any of them, Frankenweenie will finally be thrown his bone first.
Oh, happy day! Around these parts we are big fans of Tim Burton's stellar stop-motion flicks The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Corpse Bride. However, we're even BIGGER fans of The Addams Family. Now comes news so ghoulishly good, I think I may have just peed a little while writing!
You know what's more kickass than finally having a president who can speak in complete sentences? Having a president who can speak in complete sentences and can kill vampires, that's what! And who better to bring such a tale to the screen than the team of Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov?