The Dark Tower is all that stands between the light and darkness. Mike, Mike, Ashley, Adam Garcia, and Paul Combs discuss whether or not the filmmakers shot with their hearts or forgot the faces of their fathers. Plus, Dwight MacPherson dives into the imaginary voyage of the Geek Seat. All
Sometimes watching a disappointing movie is harder than watching a bad one. With a bad movie, you at least know right away what you’re in for, when the acting, the dialogue, and the premise are bad from the very beginning (“The Emoji Movie,” anyone?) But then there are movies like
Another fun filled podcast is ready for your entertainment. First, click here to see my Star Wars video podcast I did last week. As always, what are the “BIG” 3 topics that I will be discussing:
By Don Kaye, Source: Blastr.com It’s been kind of quiet on the Dark Tower scene in recent months, leading to speculation that the mammoth project had fallen into development hell. But now there are signs that Roland the last gunslinger might be coming to a theater near you after all.
by Brendon Connelly, Source: Bleeding Cool.com Producer Brian Grazer and director Ron Howard’s have been planning a multi-part adaptation of Stephen King’s novels and comics cycle The Dark Tower to be spread across movies and TV. For a while now, though, it’s been looking rather like that other tower, the
By Don Kaye, Blaster.com It’s all over, folks: Universal Studios has canceled its ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower over budgetary issues. According to Deadline, the studio has scrapped the entire project—which was to consist of three feature films and two TV miniseries—because it was too expensive and
What’s going on with The Dark Tower? There are problems with the script, the budget is out of whack, and the production has been delayed. Director Ron Howard has finally opened up about the film’s recent troubles—including Javier Bardem’s (sort-of) casting. In a recent interview, Howard revealed that yes, production
We’ve been hearing a lot the last couple of days about the pilots the networks have picked up, but except for a few high-profile possibilities like Wonder Woman, not so much about those they didn’t. But there were plenty more series passed over than that! According to New York magazine,