Right now James Wan is busy shooting The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist, opting to return to horror instead of directing Furious 8 for Universal Pictures (which is having some trouble locking down a director, with Vin Diesel promising an announcement soon). But he’ll also be wearing his producing hat for another promising horror project.
New Line has just picked up the rights to The Boy Who Drew Monsters, Keith Donohue’s novel which hit shelves last year and arrives on paperback on October 13th, and James Wan will produce the big screen adaptation. So what’s the book about? Read More »
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It seems like Nicolas Cage doesn’t turn down anything nowadays. From Left Behind to Season of the Witch, the last five years haven’t been full of Cage’s best decisions. However, there was one point when Cage was a little more choosy, and he turned down what could have been one of the biggest roles of his career.
In a recent interview, Cage revealed that he was offered a lead role in Lord of the Rings, but he ended up turning it down. So which Nicolas Cage Lord of the Rings pairing almost happened? Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015 by Angie Han
One of the most emotional moments in an Emmys telecast full of emotional moments was the surprise appearance of Tracy Morgan, 15 months after the terrible accident that took him out of commission. But now that he’s on the road to recovery, Morgan’s wasting no time getting back to work. He’s just signed on for the comedy Fist Fight, his first movie role since the incident.
Ice Cube and Charlie Day also star. Get more details on the Tracy Morgan Fist Fight movie after the jump. Read More »
If the raunchy, pseudo-remake of Adventures in Babysitting that was The Sitter starring Jonah Hill didn’t do anything for you, maybe adding some horror into the equation will make for a better formula.
New Line is in the process of setting up a new horror comedy called The Babysitter with Charlie’s Angels and This Means War helmer McG in final negotiations to sit in the director’s chair. The script has been kicking around Hollywood for a little while having appeared on the Black List in the #4 spot back in 2014, and now it finally seems to be getting some traction.
Find out more about McG directing The Babysitter after the jump! Read More »
Cary Fukunaga was going to direct a two-film adaptation of Stephen King‘s novel It, and that was exciting. But, as often happens, there were differences of opinion between Fukunaga and the execs at New Line, and the parties went their separate ways. The It project is still probably going to be made, just with new scripts and new director Andy Muschietti.
Now Fukunaga has opened up about how he wrote the two halves of It to be an “unconventional horror movie,” and the new things he brought to the story in order to give his version its own life. Read More »
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Earlier this month, we learned Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy would be returning to theaters in October, but it would be the extended edition of each film on the big screen this time, marking the first time the longer editions of the film have played in theaters. However, official details on the screenings were still a little hazy today.
But that’s changed as Fathom Events and Warner Bros. Pictures have just announced the official dates for The Hobbit trilogy extended edition in theaters, and they’ve also released a trailer for the event which you can watch below! Read More »
Tom Hardy is producing the video game adaptation Splinter Cell, with an eye to starring as well. Now he’s also doing the same double-duty on a Vertigo comic book property: Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso‘s 100 Bullets, a sprawling crime saga which begins with one man who gives people who have been wronged the chance to exact violence revenge by giving them an untraceable pistol and one hundred bullets.
The book is at New Line, where most of the Vertigo titles are now housed, and since there’s already a script for the 100 Bullets movie, by Chris Borrelli (The Vatican Tapes) maybe we’ll see things moving forward more quickly than normal. Read More »
When we heard an extended version The Hobbit trilogy would be coming to theaters in the fall with the unveiling of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies extended edition, it wasn’t all that exciting of news, if only because the new trilogy just isn’t as good as Lord of the Rings and the last thing anyone wanted was for those movies to be longer.
However, our interest in at least the third film in the longer version of the franchise might be piqued as The Battle of the Five Armies extended edition has reportedly been rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. Find out more about The Hobbit rated R after the jump! Read More »
It’s only been five years since New Line and Platinum Dunes tried their hand at remaking Wes Craven‘s classic horror flick A Nightmare on Elm Street, the film that brought the taunting slasher Freddy Krueger into all our nightmares. But in Hollywood years, that’s a lifetime, so it’s time for another reboot.
A new reboot of A Nightmare on Elm Street is in the works at New Line Cinema again, and this one will ignore the 2010 reboot that starred Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Krueger. Find out who will be writing the script for the A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot after the jump! Read More »