Posted on Friday, October 24th, 2014 by Angie Han
With Devil’s Night just around the corner, now seems as good a time as any to check on The Crow reboot that’s been brewing for the past couple of years. In a recent interview, producer Ed Pressman revealed that the revenge thriller (which he describes as the “anti-Spider-Man”) was aiming to shoot early next year.
However, they have a few pieces they have to get in place first, including a lead actor. Hit the jump for the latest updates on The Crow remake.
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The upcoming Universal Monsters reboots are by far some of the most controversial reboots. Not just because Hollywood is reusing these characters again – they’ve been doing that for decades – it’s the way it’s happening. Upcoming movies featuring (we assume) the Wolf Man, Frankenstein, the Invisible Man and others will all share a universe, leading into a massive team up movie of some sort.
The Mummy, directed by Alex Kurtzman, will be the first full film in this grand scheme. (Dracula Untold was retroactively fit in.) It’s currently scheduled for release June 24, 2016, Jon Spaiths wrote the script and Chris Morgan is producing, as he’s co-creating the universe with Kurtzman. Beyond that, we know very little. Now a site claims to have knowledge of the new Mummy movie and has released the first plot details. Read the rumored plot details of The Mummy below. Read More »
We’re far enough away from some of the big horror moments of the last decade that reboot time is coming around for some. Cabin Fever never really caught on as a franchise — Eli Roth‘s debut film made his career as a filmmaker, but the Cabin Fever films that followed have, er, struggled. (Ti West lobbied to have his name removed from the direct sequel after producers took control of the edit, and the prequel Patient Zero has had a low-key release.)
Now there’s a Cabin Fever remake brewing, which we heard about earlier this year. The new info is that Eli Roth is on board as exec producer. Even more weird than that is this fact: the remake will use the original script for the film, written by Roth and Randy Pearlstein. Read More »
The second rumors began circulating of an all-female Ghostbusters, the first person people though of was Melissa McCarthy. The Bridesmaids star is the most popular female comedic actress out there right now and her inclusion seemed like a forgone conclusion. That got even more likely when her frequent collaborator, Paul Feig, signed on to direct.
However, while McCarthy will probably, eventually, end up in the new Ghostbusters film, she said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she not yet been cast. Watch McCarthy talk about the film, along with Lena Dunham and Ellen DeGeneres, below. Read More »
On paper, James Cameron has nothing to do with 2015′s Terminator Genisys. It’s a film based on characters he created, starring an actor he cast, but that’s about it. A few months ago, he did reveal he was “loosely attached” in an advisory role, but wouldn’t be credited. He said his biggest contribution was in regards to the role of the Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator 5 character. But what exactly did that mean?
Apparently, a lot. In a new interview Cameron revealed his contribution to Terminator Genisys was the seed that made it possible for a 67-year-old Schwarzenegger to return to his iconic role as the T-800. Read the specifics below as well as what Cameron thought of the script and his feelings on returning to the franchise. Read More »
Posted on Friday, October 17th, 2014 by Angie Han
Before Chris O’Dowd was showing up in Judd Apatow movies and Richard Ayoade was being hailed as a fresh young voice in filmmaking, they were big in British TV as the hapless leads of The IT Crowd. Big enough, in fact, that an American remake of the series was commissioned by NBC in 2007, with Joel McHale playing the O’Dowd role and Ayoade remaining intact.
If you’re a big fan of the original show, you likely know what happened next: A terrible pilot was shot but the series never got off the ground, to the relief of IT Crowd fans everywhere. But because everything old is new again, NBC is now going to try turning The IT Crowd back on again. This time with a little help from Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence. Get the latest on the IT Crowd remake after the jump.
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The Pete’s Dragon in the works over at Disney has found a high-profile co-star to spin some tales about dragons. David Lowery (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints) is co-writing and directing the new take on the old story, and Robert Redford is now in talks to play one of the film’s important characters. Along with that news comes a few details on the new setting of the story. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, October 16th, 2014 by Angie Han
Maybe the world doesn’t really need another Ben-Hur, but if it has to have one it may as well feature an intriguing cast. Jack Huston, Toby Kebbell, and Morgan Freeman signed on for the Timur Bekmambetov-directed epic last month, and future Wonder Woman Gal Gadot nabbed the female lead yesterday.
As of today, the latest addition to the cast is Pedro Pascal, last seen battling the second strongest man in the world on Game of Thrones. Hit the jump for more details on the Pedro Pascal Ben-Hur casting.
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