Posted on Monday, August 4th, 2014 by Angie Han
The big-screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith‘s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is still shuffling along somehow. The latest word is that Lily James has replaced Lily Collins in the lead role of Elizabeth Bennet, while Sam Riley will play Mr. Darcy.
Bella Heathcote and Jack Huston are also expected to join. As we reported back in February, Burr Steers (Igby Goes Down) is directing. Hit the jump for the latest details on the parody project that just won’t die.
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Posted on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 by Angie Han
Much like the monsters at the center of its narrative, the Ghostbusters franchise is proving tough to kill. The long-gestating Ghostbusters 3 was dealt a blow earlier this year when Ivan Reitman decided not to direct, but now it is honing in on a replacement.
According to reports, Bridesmaids helmer Paul Feig is the new frontrunner for the job, and Feig may even be interested. Hit the jump for the latest Ghostbusters 3 updates, which include talk of an all-female team of Ghostbusters.
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Posted on Friday, August 1st, 2014 by Angie Han
Universal’s plans to kick-start a new Universal Monsters franchise will have to wait just a little bit longer. The studio has delayed The Mummy release date by a few months, making room for the Snow White and the Huntsman prequel The Huntsman as previously reported.
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Alex Kurtzman was going to direct his studio tentpole for Sony, in the form of the Venom spin-off movie. But recently he was announced as part of the team creating an “extended universe” of interconnected new films featuring Universal Monsters such as Dracula, the Wolfman, and the Mummy. Now Kurtzman is directing The Mummy for Universal, and so the monster movie (the Universal monster movie, that is) will be his next directorial effort. Read More »
Posted on Monday, July 28th, 2014 by Angie Han
Bryan Fuller may not be quite at George R.R. Martin‘s level when it comes to killing off beloved characters, but Hannibal is still a show about a serial killer. It should come as no surprise that from time to time, characters get shot in the face, chopped into pieces, or braised in a nice wine sauce.
What is shocking is that sometimes, those characters nevertheless find ways to come back. At the Hannibal Comic-Con panel Thursday, Fuller confirmed the returns of two fan favorite characters believed to be dead. Hit the jump to find out who, and to get some more details on Hannibal Season 3. (Be aware the spoilers follow.)
Update: We’ve added video of the full Comic Con panel (minus footage clips) for Hannibal.
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There aren’t a lot of details, but on the Screen Gems panel in Hall H during San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Sam Raimi dropped a nice nugget of info. Though he was here to talk about The Last of Us movie (more on that soon), he also said he’s currently writing an Evil Dead TV show with Bruce Campbell. And the actor confirms that it’s in the planning stages, at least. Read More »
WWE Studios has released a first look at the Leprechaun from Leprechaun: Origins, a reboot of The Leprechaun horror film series. reveal was made during a presentation at Comic Con this week. The B-level iconic horror villain is played in the movie by Dylan Postl, better known as WWE wrestler/superstar Hornswoggle. Hit the jump to see Leprechaun: Origins photo reveal.
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By now, you’ve probably seen the trailer for Kevin Smith‘s Tusk. And if not, click here and check it out. Revealed in Smith’s annual Hall H panel at Comic-Con, the footage shows a very different Smith from the “snoochie boochies” days of the past. This is a Smith with something messed up to say. And, according to the writer/director/podcaster, he’s going to be saying much more of it.
On his panel, Smith also revealed Tusk is the first film in what he hopes will be a trilogy of films he called “The True North Trilogy.” Likely a reference to a similar Canadian setting, Tusk would be followed by Yoga Hosers (which Smith wants to make next, and be PG-13) and a new movie called Moose Jaws which he described as “Jaws, with a moose.” All three films would return the same actors as Tusk. Read more about the Kevin Smith True North Trilogy below Read More »