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Alex Kurtzman & Chris Morgan to Spearhead the Revival of Universal's Classic Movie Monsters

7:44 PM 7/16/2014 by Binh Ngo
The Mummy
Universal's classic movie monsters, which includes Dracula, The Wolf Man, Frankenstein, Creature of the Black Lagoon, The Mummy, and others, are closer to having their monster bash, with Alex Kurtzman & Chris Morgan tapped by the studio to lead the their big screen revival. Kurtzman and Morgan are to "expand and unify a network of classic characters and stories," according to Deadline, which sounds they are going to do what Marvel has done with their superheroes properties.

Locke & Key

Posted July 11th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

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Alex Kurtzman Talks LOCKE & KEY and His Plans to Adapt the Graphic Novels into a Series of Movies

collider.com – Even though he was at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery to celebrate the premiere of the new Fox drama series Sleepy Hollow, premiering on September 16th, when I got a few minutes to chat with executive producer Alex Kurtzman, I had to ask about what’s going on with Locke & Key, based on the graphic novels by Joe Hill.

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'Ender's Game' Releases Final Trailer

10:49 AM 8/6/2013 by Jeff Giles
Ender's Game
They made fans jump through a few viral hoops to get it, but the folks at Summit have finally deigned to release the last Ender's Game trailer, which offers a two-minute window into writer/director Gavin Hood's adaptation of the Orson Scott Card sci-fi classic.

Review: 'Now You See Me' Is Cinematic Flimflam

7:43 PM 6/1/2013 by Jeff Giles
Now You See Me
On paper, Now You See Me looks like one heck of a heist thriller. Featuring a terrific cast that includes Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, and Dave Franco as four magicians brought together by a mysterious benefactor, Mark Ruffalo as the rumpled cop hellbent on stopping their dazzling crime spree, and Morgan Freeman as a famous magic debunker who might be working for either side, it gives every appearance of a sleek, tightly written caper, with the added benefit of cool magic tricks thrown into the mix.

'Star Trek Into Darkness' Review: Popcorn Bliss at Warp Speed

3:06 PM 5/17/2013 by Jeff Giles
Star Trek Into Darkness
It's become something of a scapegoat for Hollywood's current love affair with loud, effects-reliant, mostly soulless tentpole pictures, but CGI spectacle isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's only when filmmakers use it to try and distract from under-developed ideas that it ends up feeling hollow; like any tool, it's only as effective as its user allows it to be.

'Ender's Game' Debuts First Trailer

1:49 PM 5/7/2013 by Jeff Giles
Ender's Game
There's a unique blend of dread and anticipation that flows through the veins of any hardcore book lover when Hollywood decides to adapt one of his favorite tomes, and with its seemingly endless development cycle, the prospect of a movie version of Orson Scott Card's beloved novel Ender's Game has been tormenting fans for years.

New 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Clip Puts Spock in a Volcano

11:57 AM 4/22/2013 by Jeff Giles
Star Trek Into Darkness
Ever since J.J. Abrams debuted that blink-and-you'll-miss-it clip of Spock in a volcano, we've been wondering how Star Trek Into Darkness would place our favorite Vulcan into seemingly intractable peril. Well, Paramount has just released the first extended clip from the movie, and while it doesn't get into any of that, it does at least give us a longer look at Abrams' Trek sequel -- and of, you know, Spock in a volcano.
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Universal Nabs Kurtzman Orci-Developed Sci-Fi Pitch 'Sagittarius'

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Universal Pictures has acquired Sagittarius, an original sci-fi thriller pitch that Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci developed with Steven Karczynski. The script will be written by Karczynski, whose Black List screenplay The Umbra is set at Endgame Entertainment with Martin Campbell attached to direct. The scribe also adapted the Capcom videogame Dark Void for Reliance and Plan B Entertainment.

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'Star Trek Into Darkness' Gets an Early IMAX Release

3:59 PM 2/4/2013 by Jeff Giles
Star Trek Into Darkness
Feel like J.J. Abrams is being unreasonable by making you wait until May 17 to see Star Trek Into Darkness? Good news: You'll get to see it earlier than that! A little earlier, anyway -- and provided you live near a theater with one of those fancy-schmancy really big screens.
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