Ridley Scott says his new Blade Runner film will be a sequel

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Back in August, we told you that Ridley Scott was on board to direct a follow-up to his sci-fi masterpiece, Blade Runner. But what we didn’t know yet then was whether the new movie would be a sequel or a prequel. Well, it seems that

Real-life superhero gets fired after secret identity is revealed

By Dan Roth, Source: Superheroes might be the most popular genre in comics, but that doesn’t mean everybody wants a spandex-wearing would-be hero traipsing around their neighborhood. That seems to have become the case with Seattle’s real life caped crusader, Phoenix Jones. Phoenix, who was respected by many for

Iron Man 3 director says that Doc Savage movie ain’t dead yet

By Jeff Spry, Source: That epic new Doc Savage movie we’ve been waiting on for eons still has some life left in it. Shane Black (Lethal Weapon, The Last Boy Scout) is attached to direct the strapping hero and believes the adaptation will get his full attention once his

Boo! American Horror Story scares up a second season from FX

By Kathie Huddleston, Source: American Horror Story may only be four episodes into its first season, but FX has already renewed the fright-fest for a second season of 13 episodes. The Wednesday night horror series is tracking to become the highest-rated series ever for FX. So far, American Horror

James Cameron’s Fantastic Voyage is a doomed ‘love story’

By Marc Bernardin, source: Before the Avatar mastermind James Cameron heads back to Pandora, he’s working with Reel Steel director Shawn Levy to remake Fantastic Voyage, the trippy ’60s bodyscape adventure. And, of course, Cameron’s injecting a little Titanic into the mix. Cameron and Levy are about two-thirds of

George R.R. Martin’s superhero opus is heading to the big screen

By Marc Bernardin, Source: Before he started his landmark Song of Ice and Fire series of novels, which would spawn the Game of Thrones TV series, George R.R. Martin devised and edited Wild Cards, an ongoing anthology that built a gritty, realistic world of superpowered heroes and villains. Now

Want another Incredibles? Brad Bird explains when that’ll happen

By Matthew Jackson, Source: We’ve wanted a sequel to Pixar’s family superhero epic The Incredibles for seven years, but nothing’s materialized. Now writer/director Brad Bird says he’d love to make one for us, but if he does, it’s not just going to be another sequel for the sake of

That J.J. Abrams Star Trek sequel? It won’t be called Star Trek 2

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Starting from, oh, just about now, we all need to stop going around calling J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek sequel Star Trek 2, because we just learned that’s NOT what it’s going to be called. During an interview with actress Zoe Saldana, who plays the

AMC shows brains: Season 3 of The Walking Dead is a go!

By Don Kaye, Source: Just two record-breaking episodes into its second season, The Walking Dead has been renewed for a third year! AMC officially announced today that The Walking Dead has been picked up for season three after the first two episodes of the new season earned the highest

UK’s hit series Misfits to get a US remake from Chuck producer

By Nathalie Caron, Source: If you’re bummed that NBC’s Chuck will soon begin to air its final season, this news may cheer you up: Chuck producer and co-creator Josh Schwartz will next tackle a U.S. remake of the UK’s coolest little sci-fi drama superhero series ever — Misfits. According

Zombieland creators ditch that sequel in favor of a zombie sitcom

By Matthew Jackson, Source: Zombieland was such a pleasantly surprising sleeper hit in 2009 that it seemed impossible we wouldn’t see a sequel. Well, according to producer Gavin Polone, the sequel might be dead, but in its place we could get something better: a TV “zomcom.” Though the film

Surprise! Search for Twilight Zone director gets twist ending

By Don Kaye, Source: The new big-screen version of Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone has found its director, and it’s not any of the filmmakers who were reportedly up for the job. Deadline has revealed that Warner Bros. Pictures has chosen Matt Reeves to get behind the camera for

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