Willow sequel series cast

Willow, the Disney+ series set years after the events of the 1988 fantasy movie, is currently negotiating with three actresses to play three primary roles in the upcoming show. Ellie Bamber (Nocturnal Animals), Cailee Spaeny (Pacific Rim: Uprising), and Erin Kellyman (Solo: A Star Wars Story) are all in talks to play the female leads, and you can read more about their characters below. Read More »

finding forrester tv series

Finding Forrester – the movie that gave birth to “You’re the man now, dog!” – is headed to TV. NBC is developing a Finding Forrester TV series based on the 2000 Gus Van Sant movie about a reclusive J.D. Salinger-like writer who mentors a Black teenager from a prestigious private high school. The late Sean Connery starred in the movie along with Rob Brown. The TV adaptation will change things around a bit, turning the reclusive white male writer into a Black lesbian author.

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gremlins prequel concept art

Move over, Baby Yoda: Baby Gizmo might be coming soon to a TV near you.

Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, the animated prequel series that is currently in the works at HBO Max, has released its first piece of concept art, and it features a younger Gizmo than the one we’ve seen in the two live-action Gremlins movies. Could Baby Gizmo fever be about to sweep the nation? Check out our first look at some Gremlins prequel concept art below. Read More »

ginger snaps tv series

Ginger SnapsJohn Fawcett‘s coming-of-age werewolf movie, is transforming into a TV series. Sid Gentle Films, a production company behind Killing Eve, is developing the show, which will presumably follow the formula of the first film: a teenage girl becomes a werewolf around the time of her first period. The film spawned two sequels –  Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed and Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning – but the first remains the best.

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Pacific Rim Anime Photos

Guillermo del Toro‘s sci-fi action blockbuster Pacific Rim took inspiration from many anime series that came before it. The idea of giant monsters taking on massive human-controlled robots is an integral part of the Japanese animation arena, and now Pacific Rim will head directly into that territory with Pacific Rim: The Black, a new anime series coming to Netflix in 2021. To tease the forthcoming adaptation, Legendary has released the first Pacific Rim anime photos, showing off the two new main characters in a Jaeger and a hulking kaiju. Read More »

Smokey and the Bandit TV Series

Star Wars was the highest grossing film in the United States in 1977, but do you know what movie sits in the #2 spot? It’s the high speed action comedy Smokey and the Bandit starring Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Jackie Gleason, Jerry Reed and a slew of impressive car chases and crashes. Now, 43 years after the movie kicked off a franchise, there’s a Smokey and the Bandit TV series in the works from Universal Content Productions, and it’ll be produced by some heavy-hitting comedic talent. Read More »

willow tv series Disney+

We’ve heard rumblings of a Willow TV series, and now it’s official. Jon M. Chu, director of Crazy Rich Asians and In the Heights, is set to direct a Willow TV series for Disney+, with Willow star Warwick Davis returning as Willow Ufgood. Ron Howard, who directed the film, is also on board as executive producer. Released in 1988, the fantasy epic Willow came from a story by George Lucas, and while it was not the huge blockbuster Lucasfilm was hoping for, it turned a profit – and developed a strong following thanks to home video.

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I Know What You Did Last Summer series

The teen slasher movie I Know What You Did Last Summer was a very big deal to teens in the late 1990s due to its hooky premise and hot cast of young stars, and Hollywood has been struggling to figure out how to breathe life back into that stagnant franchise for years. Now it seems that Amazon has finally figured out how to make it happen, because a TV version for Amazon Prime Video has officially received a greenlight.

And while Shay Hatten (John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum) was once on board as the writer, the project now has some fresh blood in that department.
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the gentlemen tv series

Remember when Guy Ritchie made his long-awaited return to the gangster flick with The Gentlemen earlier this year? Yes, that was this year, back in January 2020. And in the decade that passed in the 9 months since The Gentlemen came out, it has earned enough of a following for Miramax TV to commission a TV series adaptation, written and directed by Ritchie himself. It curiously brings the project full circle, as The Gentlemen started off as a TV series pitch before it became a feature.

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Nightbreed tv series

It’s been 30 years since Clive Barker‘s Nightbreed hit theaters, and quite some time since we last heard an update about a developing TV series adaptation of the cult horror movie. But the project is rising from the dead once again with the news that Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Trick ‘r’ Treat director Michael Dougherty has been tapped to direct the Nightbreed TV series adaptation.

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