New 'Terminator' Movie in Development from James Cameron and 'Deadpool' Director Tim Miller
Terminator: Genisys for many spelt the final and inevitable end for the franchise, bringing it to a brutal halt after years of trying to rekindle the fire that James Cameron lit in the first two films. Nevertheless, it looks like it won't be dying just yet. It just needed its creator back on-board.
NBC Reviving Comic Book Hero 'Witchblade' for Television
NBC is developing a new series based on the popular 90s hero Witchblade, according to THR. The character debuted in her own series in 1995 through the Top Cow imprint of Image Comics. Carol Mendelsohn (CSI) and Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) are collaborating on a script.
Dan Sackheim to Direct and Eecutive Produce 'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan'
Dan Sackheim of The American's fame has taken up Producing Director and Executive Producing duties on Amazon's upcoming series, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan. Sackheim will direct a number of episodes of the series, which comes from Carlton Cuse and writer Graham Roland.
'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Will Not Be Getting a Big Screen Adaptation
Despite talk of a movie adaptation for the recent stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, for which reports surfaced that actor Daniel Radcliffe was approached about reprising his famed role, J.K. Rowling has dashed any fans' hopes of seeing the "eighth chapter in the Harry Potter series" on the big screen.
Ridley Scott Looking at Western Remake of South Korean Horror Film 'The Wailing'
Netflix is currently streaming Na Hong-Jin's horror epic The Wailing. And at 156 minutes long, it's got plenty of love behind it. So, naturally, it's being eyed for a remake in the U.S. Ridley Scott's Scott Free Productions is looking at the rights to an adaptation, though Kim Ho-Sung, the head of Fox International Productions Korea, and producer on the film, isn't convinced in his revealing interview with Screen Daily.
'Y: The Last Man' Still On Track for Adaptation at FX
Y: The Last Man stands out as perhaps the most memorable experience I've had with a comic book series, particularly as it was one of the earliest experiences I'd had in the medium. While it's easy to be skeptical about a series being adapted into any other format, its housing at FX is promising.
M. Night Shyamalan's 'Split' Tracking for Top Spot on Opening Weekend
M. Night Shyamalan's new film Split is being touted as the director's return to form, and it's now tracking comfortably ahead of its competition for a strong opening weekend tally of $28 million.
'The People v. O.J. Simpson' Star Sterling K. Brown Joins 'The Predator'
Sterling K. Brown is the latest high-profile addition to Shane Black's The Predator. Having won a well-earned Emmy for playing Christopher Darden in The People v. O.J. Simpson, the actor is seeing his star rise in recent times. He followed that with a lead role in This Is Us, before casting in Black Panther confirmed that eyes are certainly on him as of late.
New Line Cinema Hires Tim Story to Direct its 'Shaft' Reboot
Director Tim Story of Fox's first two Fantastic Four films has been pegged to helm the Shaft reboot for New Line Cinema. Of recent, Story has directed films like Ride Along (1 and 2), and will now look to remodel the film from 2000 that starred Samuel L. Jackson.
'The Flash,' 'Supergirl' Musical Crossover to Air in March
The CW hasn't forgotten about its musical crossover between Supergirl and The Flash, even if news on that front had dried up for a while. The episodes will air in March, the first being the March 20 episode of Supergirl, while things will heat up on the March 21 episode of The Flash.
Director James Mangold on Crafting a Superhero Film with a Gritty, Adult Edge
Logan is set to open big, with the second trailer hyping fans up even more to the possibility that this might not just be a good Wolverine film, but a great superhero film too. James Mangold spoke with Slashfilm, and called the process an exciting and inspiring one.
The Flash's Home City Will Feature in 'Justice League'
A new photo from the set has revealed that The Flash's hometown, Central City, will feature in this year's upcoming Justice League. The British Society of Cinematographers revealed the image, which features cinematographer Fabian Wagner and a sign that reads "Central City: City Limit."
Amazon's 'I Love Dick' Gets Premiere Date, Will Debut at Sundance
Jill Soloway's upcoming new series I Love Dick will launch in the U.S. and the U.K on Friday, May 12 on Amazon, while the series will debut first for audiences at Sundance Film Festival on Monday. Kevin Bacon, Kathryn Hahn, Griffin Dunne, India Menuez, Lilly Mojekwu, Roberta Colindrez, Jill Soloway, co-creator Sarah Gubbins and more will be in attendance.
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Tributes Fly in for Miguel Ferrer, following his Death at age 61
Miguel Ferrer is being mourned in Hollywood today, following the 61 year olds battle with throat cancer coming to an end. Many praised his talents on the screen as well as his voice acting, while others remember him as a decent man whose loss is deeply saddening for all who knew him.
Marvel's 'The Inhumans' Adds Roel Reiné to Direct IMAX Episodes
Marvel and ABC are set to debut their new series based on Marvel's The Inhumans later this year, and will debut the first two episodes on theatrical IMAX screens in what is shaping up to be an exciting project, and the next step in blurring the lines between film and TV.
DC Film 'Shazam!' to Be a Two-Parter; Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam Getting Solo Film
Dwayne Johnson has revealed that, in meetings with DC, the topic of discussion was giving his villainous Black Adam his own film, which has now eventuated into the news that Shazam will be split into two parts. Deadline brings the report, which confirms that one film will focus on the title hero, while the second film will follow Black Adam.