We've been talking about the sinister new show from the UK "The Fades" for a few days now and have decided one thing ... it is cool enough for us to let you check out a copy on us! Read on for details.
It was back in mid-2011 when we last spoke about another installment of I Am Legend, and at that time director Francis Lawrence was pretty certain a prequel wasn't happening. It seems he was right, but that doesn't mean Warner Bros. has given up completely on the title.
Never let it be said that we don't work quickly around here. Just yesterday we brought you news of the sinister new show from the UK, "The Fades", getting a Stateside Blu-ray and DVD release, and now we have a gaggle of clips for you to dig upon!
Season One of "The Fades", a sinister new show from our friends across the pond, is getting set to hit Blu-ray and DVD here in the States, and we've got all the info you need to get your ghost!
Could it be? Could it actually be? Movement on a possible sequel to the much beloved flick Beetlejuice! Dare we get slightly excited? Read on for the latest
We cannot imagine what kind of lunacy it would entail adapting the Stephen King epic The Stand for the big screen. It would take a herculean effort on the part of a writer who's just a little bit crazy. That being said, Warner Brothers has found its lunatic!
Is Beetlejuice joining the annoying ranks of such film projects as Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Ghostbusters 3? It's sure starting to feel that way. At least today we get to hear from the director himself.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch is an interesting sequel. While not as great as the first film, it's an over-the-top looney bin of a flick that has become a classic in its own right. Thankfully, we'll be able to set it right next to the original on our shelves come this May.
It was back in the middle of Comic-Con last year when Warner Brothers announced that it had acquired the screen rights to A Discovery of Witches, the bestselling novel by Deborah Harkness. Now, several months later, this witches brew is finally bubbling.
For better or for worse, The Devil Inside director William Brent Bell has gotten a lot of attention lately for creating one of the single most profitable and hated films we can ever remember. Noting his success, Warner Bros. is lining up a new gig for Bell in some very familiar territory.
Inflated budgets seem to be Hollywood's latest serial killer as the giant green beast known as the almighty dollar sign has claimed yet another production ... stopping it dead in its tracks.
Interesting news coming out of Hollywood today. It appears that the powers-that-be at Warner Brothers are out to make their Whedonless Buffy the Vampire Slayer as good as it can be, given the fact that they've turned down what's probably a quick payday to wait for something with a bit more quality. If you're gonna do it, you may as well do it right. Or at least try to.
There's no question the original Gremlins is a much beloved film by just about everyone. It's funny, adorable, spooky, scary, and riddled with cool beasties. What's not to like? Talk of a third feature in the franchise has been going on for a while now, and though absolutely nothing has come from it, today there was one pinpoint of light to be seen through all the negative darkness.
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.