Even though MTV’s movie news seems as obsessed with Twilight as your average 12-year-old girl in the last few months, now and then they do manage to break out and talk to people about real movies, like the Joe Johnston-helmed Wolfman redux.
Rick Baker received the Tesla Award from the International Press Academy on the 14th, and during his speech discussed his work on The Wolfman remake, which he admitted he had no idea why it’s been delayed for almost a full year.
Looks like we're going to be waiting a little longer than expected to catch The Wolfman remake as Universal announced today that the movie's release date has been bumped to next November.
Some interesting news broke today regarding Universal's pending remake of the Fifties classic The Creature from the Black Lagoon. For months now we've been hearing (and dreading) the choice of Breck Eisner as director for the film, but in a recent interview it seems like we all may be in luck!
Aw, goddamnit. That was the first thought that passed through my head when I read the headline on THR this morning that John Carpenter’s classic alien conspiracy film, They Live, is going to be remade. Universal and Strike Entertainment are in negotiations with rights holder Les Moughs to acquire the film rights.
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We’re trying to confirm things as we speak, but there are some rumors flying around right now, starting out at Fangoria, that Universal may be moving the release date for Wolfman from April, 2009, to sometime in the fall.
Damn you, Gore Verbinski. Damn you. The man behind the U.S. remake of The Ring, which I grant you wasn’t as bad as we had feared, has been attached to produce a redux of another Asian favorite: Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host (review).
Man, Universal just doesn’t know when to let a monster die. They milked the Tremors franchise for four movies and a TV show, and now there’s talk that they’re planning yet another film.
Not much is known about the upcoming game from EA that may or may not be called Dante’s Inferno when it hits the game market next year, but Universal has outbid three other studios to make sure they’ve got their hands on the movie rights for it so it’s got to be something pretty special.
Much like his plans for a retelling of Frankenstein in a new and interesting way, Guillermo del Toro wants to make sure that his version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is both faithful and its own beast altogether.
Good news today for those of you waiting for more information on the Guillermo del Toro-produced adaptation of David Moody’s novel Hater; Universal has brought on The Orphanage helmer Juan Antonio Bayona to direct the film, according to Variety.
The Strangers are coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in just a few short days, and to celebrate their *ahem* arrival, we're giving away some pretty cool stuffage!