During The Hollywood Reporter's annual film executive roundtable, Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley revealed that their classic monster cinematic universe, headed by Alex Kurtzman ("Star Trek Into Darkness"), will concentrate on action and adventure.
In September, legendary horror writer Stephen King hinted to MTV that Josh Boone's film adaptation of The Stand might be more than a three-hour-long movie, and now Boone has confirmed that it will actually be a quartet. Come check it out.
Earlier today we found out
that Krysten Ritter, Alexandra Daddario, Teresa Palmer and Jessica De Gouw were all testing for the role of Jessica Jones
in the Marvel/Netflix TV series, and now another name has been added to the list. More past the jump..
We recently had the chance to catch up with Jonathan Hennessey about his new Legendary Comics series with Superman: Earth One artist Shane Davis, Epochalypse, a story set in a world where the future is a thing of the past, and the battle for the present has begun...
After trying to get a reboot of the classic sci-fi/fantasy flick off the ground a while back with Ryan Reynolds in the lead, the studio have now set their sights on Tom Cruise to play the mentor role (Sean Connery's Ramírez in the original), though he's not entered into talks just yet.
We had a little tease of this last night, but now Disney have debuted the first full trailer for their upcoming live-action take on the classic fairytale, which will be helmed by Thor director Kenneth Branagh. Check it out after the jump, along with a new one-sheet.
Here we have a batch of character posters for Pixar's next sure-to-be smash hit, Inside Out. There's Fear (Bill Hader), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Joy (Amy Poehler), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Anger (Lewis Black). Take a look at the colourful bunch after the jump.
What are my Top 10 movies of this year? Well read on to find out.
Here's a brand new trailer for Steve Martino's (Ice Age: Continental Drift) big-screen CGI adaptation of the classic, incredibly influential comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. See Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Woodstock and the gang in action after the jump.
According to Deadline, Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's highly-acclaimed Jack the Ripper era graphic novel From Hell (which was previously adapted as a movie starring Johnny Depp) is being developed into a dramatic series by FX. Come check it out.