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‘San Andreas’ Sequel Greenlit: Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario and Carla Gugino Expected Back A sequel to 2015’s “San Andreas” is in the works at New Line, TheWrap has learned. Neil Widener and Gavin James will write the script for the film. “San Andreas” followed rescue-chopper pilot Raymond Gaines (Dwayne Johnson) as he tried to save his family from the mass destruction of a gigantic earthquake that hit California. The disaster movie grossed over $473 million worldwide last year. Johnson is set to return for the sequel, as is producer Beau Flynn and director Brad Peyton.

Dwayne Johnson Confirms Rampage Writers & Summer Start Date Perhaps secure in the knowledge that, eventually, they might actually run out of comic book characters, Hollywood is in a big hurry to turn video games into movies. But while big-budget features based on (comparatively) recent game creations like Assassins Creed, Splinter Cell, Halo, or Uncharted are all in some form of development across various studios, few have seemed eager to reach into the more varied backlog of classic properties from the medium’s arcade Golden Age.

For several years now a Y: The Last Man movie has been in on-again, off-again development, and now the adaptation may have found new life in a different form. According to a new report, Brian K. Vaughan‘s dystopian sci-fi comic is now in development as a TV series at FX. Read all about the possible Y The Last Man TV series after the jump.  THR broke news of the possible Y The Last Man TV series. FX and FX Productions are teaming with Color Force’s Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, as well as Vaughan himself.

Watch The Trailer for 'The Hobbit' Trilogy Extended Edition Fathom Events, New Line Cinema, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures will present all three extended editions of The Hobbit Trilogy across a three-night theatrical event, featuring The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Monday, October 5; The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug on Wednesday, October 7; and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies on Tuesday, October 13. Each of the features will play at 7:30 p.m. local time.

The Final Girls Trailer: Horror-Comedy Gone Meta The Final Girls is the upcoming horror-comedy film from director Todd Strauss-Schulson (A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas). The unique concept focuses on Max (Taissa Farmiga of American Horror Story) whose mother was a scream queen back in the ’80s and who died before her daughter could really know her. In The Final Girls, Max’s mother’s most famous film is known as the “grandaddy of all campsite slasher films.” In the aftermath of a fire while watching the film, Max and friends find themselves pulled into the world of the movie.

The Final Girls Trailer: Horror-Comedy Gone Meta The Final Girls is the upcoming horror-comedy film from director Todd Strauss-Schulson (A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas). The unique concept focuses on Max (Taissa Farmiga of American Horror Story) whose mother was a scream queen back in the ’80s and who died before her daughter could really know her. In The Final Girls, Max’s mother’s most famous film is known as the “grandaddy of all campsite slasher films.” In the aftermath of a fire while watching the film, Max and friends find themselves pulled into the world of the movie.

While the first film grossed over $200 million worldwide and received solid reviews, HORRIBLE BOSSES 2 earned just a little over $100 million, and critics weren't thrilled with the follow-up. Jason Bateman talked about the movie's failures during an appearance on the WTF with Marc Maron podcast, and says he knows that people weren't exactly demanding for a sequel. The first one was... Read More...

San Andreas' Brad Peyton to direct Dwayne Johnson in Rampage SAN ANDREAS may not have crossed the billion dollar mark at the global box office, but simply earning $460 million for a movie that is not a sequel or based on an existing franchise means a lot in Hollywood. So, if you cannot necessarily make a sequel to it, do the next best thing and reunite as many involved as possible. That is why Brad Peyton is going to direct RAMPAGE. We first learned about RAMPAGE... Read More...

Warner Bros. Comic-Con Panel Announced – Which Superhero Movies Will We See? This year, many movie studios are deciding not to show off their upcoming projects at Comic-Con, which kicks off in San Diego next month. Marvel, Sony, and Paramount are all skipping the event, each for slightly different reasons. As reports have indicated, Sony and Paramount decided that they don’t have enough “fanboy material” that would be worth the hundreds of thousands of dollars it costs to put on such a presentation.

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