Robotech live-action movie

Sony has taken over the rights for a Robotech live-action movie from Warner Bros. Variety reports that Sony “hopes to move quickly into production” with Gianni Nunnari and 300/The Immortals’ Mark Canton producing and 300/GI Joe screenwriter Michael Gordon writing the script. This comes only a a month and a half after it was reported that Warner Bros would be adapting the anime to the big screen.

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Louis Leterrier directing Clash of the Titans

Following the halftime shenanigans of Left Shark and the over-the-top silliness of Syfy’s Sharknado series, Louis Leterrier will try to make sharks scary again with In the Deep. The Black List script by Tony Jaswinski centers on a lone surfer facing a shark attack. Get all the details on the Louis Leterrier In the Deep project after the jump.  Read More »

Spider-Man auditions

Currently there are two big debates going on among Spider-Man movie fans. First: will the character in the third reboot be Peter Parker or Miles Morales? Second, how old will the actor be? The answer to that second question has been widely reported as “younger than previous versions” and now a report of a secret audition seems to confirm that. Along the way, it likely answers the first question, too.

Mateus Ward, a 16-year-old currently seen on the TNT show Murder in the First, reportedly did an audition for the role of Spider-Man. Read more about the Spider-Man auditions below. Read More »

Romeo and Juliet (Baz Luhrmann version)

As teen romance goes, William Shakespeare‘s Romeo and Juliet has just about everything: warring families, rich wordplay, deadly swordfights, fake-out poison, illicit marriage, and of course, a passion so intense it makes all of the rest of that stuff worth it for our heroes.

If it has one major flaw, though, it’s obviously the lack of hyper-stylized Zack Snyder-style action. Thankfully, some Hollywood heroes have taken it upon themselves to fix this grievous failing with Verona, a new version of the Bard’s classic that makes it look more like 300. Get details on the Romeo and Juliet 300 style project after the jump.  Read More »

Little Women

Louisa May Alcott‘s Little Women are getting another big picture. Sony is moving forward with a new adaptation of the classic novel, about four sisters growing up in the post-Civil War era. Amy Pascal will produce and Sarah Polley will write the script. Get all the details on the Little Women remake after the jump.  Read More »

Pixels trailer

When old school video game icons attack the world, who ya gonna call? Adam Sandler, Josh Gad, Kevin James and Peter Dinklage of course. Those four, along with Michelle Monaghan, lead Pixels, the latest film from director Chris Columbus. It opens July 24 but you can watch the first Pixels trailer now. Read More »

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Blue Thunder remake

Here’s a movie that is a great choice for a remake. Blue Thunder was a 1983 action/thriller featuring Roy Scheider as the pilot of a state of the art helicopter being used as an experimental addition to the LAPD’s arsenal with the idea of controlling crowds during the 1984 Olympics. It has hung around as an object of fascination for helicopter enthusiasts, but doesn’t have a huge mainstream profile now.

The original is only an OK movie, but it has concepts that are terrific and as timely as ever, especially with respect to the militarization of civilian police forces, and the interaction between law enforcement and technology. Now there’s a Blue Thunder remake in the works, and it will immediately distinguish itself from the original by focusing on a drone, rather than a ‘copter with a human pilot. Read More »

Spectre teaser poster

Here’s the first real Spectre teaser poster, featuring Daniel Craig as James Bond in a real “ready to go” sort of pose. It doesn’t give us much to go on, except perhaps to suggest that James Bond is a big fan of Archer. His turtleneck (sorry, tactleneck!) game is definitely solid. Or maybe he’s just channeling Roger Moore from Live and Let Die. Check out the poster below, and look out for the trailer debut on March 28. Read More »

Pixels movie preview

Columbia Pictures has released a ten second teaser trailer for the upcoming Chris Columbus video game sci-fi comedy Pixels. The plot of the movie is about a group of video game experts who are recruited by the military to fight 1980s-era video game characters attacking our planet. Its been pitched as Ghostbusters, but with classic 80’s video game creatures instead of ghosts. And yes, we’ve actually heard a bunch of good buzz for this film. Before the Pixels trailer is released online later this week, watch this short ten second Pixels movie preview, teasing the invasion of 8-Bit video game characters. Watch it now after the jump and leave your thoughts in the comments below

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