Here’s the first Powers trailer, giving us the first really good look at the PlayStation Network adaptation of the comic book series from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. In the show, Sharlto Copley and Susan Heyward star as Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, two cops who specialize in cases involving “powers,” or people with superhuman abilities. The ten-episode first season also stars Eddie Izzard, Noah Taylor, Olesya Rulin, Max Fowler, and Adam Godley. The pilot was directed by David Slade. Check out the footage below. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 by Angie Han
At this point, Sony has been trying to adapt Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming‘s Powers for well over a decade — first as a movie, then as an FX show, and now as the PlayStation Network’s first original series.
Only time will tell whether this latest iteration will work out any better than the earlier ones did, but for now it seems to be making some good progress. David Slade has just signed on to direct the first two episodes of the series, from a script by Charlie Huston. Hit the jump for all the latest updates on the project.
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Posted on Friday, May 24th, 2013 by Angie Han
Get ready for Arrested Development‘s triumphant return this weekend with these four more clips from the new season. Also after the jump:
- David Fury will return for 24: Live Another Day
- David Slade will direct Ronald Moore’s Helix
- DirecTV’s Full Circle adds Buffy and FNL alums
- CCH Pounder joins Sons of Anarchy
- FX’s The Bridge sets a premiere date
- See new pics from The Killing Season 3
- CBS picks up Bad Teacher for midseason
- Check out trailers for their other new shows
- Netflix “would love” more Arrested Development
- See four more clips from Season 4
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Where can you seen a insane display of Iron Man 3 props and prop replicas? What did the visual effects supervisor on Man of Steel say about the film? How did David Slade want to adapt Daredevil? What year could Guardians of the Galaxy take place in? Is it possible to get 700 free Marvel comics? Are Iron Man 3 tickets now on sale? Has Hugh Jackman read X-Men: Days of Future Past? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, January 31st, 2013 by Angie Han
With studios snapping up dystopian YA adaptations left and right, it seems like every director is getting the opportunity to helm a franchise of his own. That group now includes G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu, who’s just entered talks to helm Disney’s Matched.
Based on the novel by Ally Condie, the story follows a society in which all citizens’ choices are made for them — everything from what to read to whom to marry. When a chance computer glitch shows young Cassia the flaws in the system, however, she decides to try and forge her own path. Hit the jump to read more.
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Fox is one of several studios that decided not to bring big projects to Comic Con this year, but that doesn’t meant the company isn’t making news. Some new details have just been released about two Fox reboots of Marvel properties, with Chronicle director Josh Trank officially set for Fantastic Four and David Slade dropping off the Daredevil remake. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 by Angie Han
David Slade‘s Daredevil reboot has been progressing steadily but slowly. The last we heard, Fox had hired David James Kelly to write a new draft of the script. In other words, it was still in the early stages. So it’s not surprising that yesterday’s casting rumor has turned out to be just that — a rumor, and nothing more.
Slade recently got fans buzzing when he sent out a tweet that seemed to suggest his 30 Days of Night star Josh Hartnett could play the blind Marvel superhero. Since then, however, he’s clarified that he wasn’t seriously floating Hartnett’s name, because the project hasn’t reached the casting stage yet. Slade also took the opportunity to squash talk of the film being in 3D, declaring that he is “firmly against” shooting in native 3D and that the studio isn’t interested in post-converted 3D. Read his comments after the jump.
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Hannibal, the upcoming TV show from Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller that traces the early days of FBI Agent Will Graham and the serial cannibal Dr. Hannibal Lecter, has seemed like a dodgy proposition. The show explodes in detail the events that we’ve seen recounted in other forms (the novel and film Red Dragon, and possibly a bit of the film Hannibal Rising), and for the most part has sounded so far like an easy exploitation of Lecter’s iconic status.
But things just got a lot more interesting. Some time ago Hugh Dancy was cast as Graham, and now his advisor and eventual adversary has been cast as well. Mads Mikkelsen, who just won Best Actor at Cannes for his work in The Hunt, and who will be the villain in Thor 2, has just been cast as Hannibal. Read More »
Hey, remember Daredevil? Fox released Mark Steven Johnson’s version of the blind vigilante story, starring Ben Affleck, in 2003. That one hit to relatively little fan interest and acclaim, and the character has languished at Fox for almost a decade since. But Fox wants to do more with Daredevil, if only to keep the character in-house. So a reboot has been planned for some time, with David Slade (Hard Candy, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) attached to direct since last year.
Fox is keeping Slade on to tired at this point, and now the studio has hired David James Kelly to rewrite. Read More »