deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures looks to be getting more serious about mounting another installment of Zombieland. Studio just hired Dave Callaham to write the sequel under the supervision of Ruben Fleischer, who'll return to direct. Callaham has been scripting The Expendables films, and he had story credit on Legendary's revival of Godzilla. 5 hours 16 min ago via brucelee
1:47 PM 9/30/2014 by Jeff Giles
In case any of you have been holding your breath for a Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters sequel, you might want to let it out and start pinning your hopes on something more reasonable. After hanging around waiting for Paramount and MGM to greenlight the follow-up -- and writing the script -- director Tommy Wirkola has decided to move on to other projects.
1:35 PM 9/30/2014 by Jeff Giles
If nothing else, the emergence of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Instant Video has been great for fans of industry infighting; the sheer spectacle of watching deep-pocketed conglomerates vie for customers' bandwidth has produced a succession of eyebrow-raising pacts that have spawned everything from the return of Arrested Development to the ability to binge-watch the entire series runs of Cheers, Family Ties, and Magnum P.I.
fb.indiewire.com – The rebooted "Star Trek" franchise has been an interesting one. Having to navigate the occasionally opposing purposes of creating something fresh for a contemporary audience while pleasing the diehard 'Trek' fanbase has been tricky. 2009's "Star Trek" seemed to get the balance right, even if cramming Leonard Nimoy in the story was an unnecessary bit of fan service. 1 day 9 hours ago via donnieyen
thewrap.com – Kevin Smith has been talking about making “Clerks III” for years, but it sounds like his script may finally become a sequel, thanks to the box office bomb “Tusk.” “‘Tusk’ was the absolute bridge to ‘Clerks III,'” Smith said during Friday's “Hollywood Babble-On,” his weekly live podcast. “Because of ‘Tusk’ I got my financing for ‘Clerks III.'” 1 day 10 hours ago via theothersenhman
wegotthiscovered.com – Over the last couple of years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has ballooned to an almost monumental size, encompassing sequels, eccentric spin-offs, and even television shows. In fact, the studio has managed to sustain the overarching narrative thread with a tonne of Easter Eggs and post-credit stings. But according to an unconfirmed report, Marvel may introduce a new strategy for The Avengers 3. 1 day 11 hours ago via jetli
wegotthiscovered.com – Two loveable dimwits. A couple of dodgy haircuts. A talent for getting themselves into a scrape with humourous consequences. No, we’re not talking about Harry and Lloyd and their return to the big screen in Dumb And Dumber To. We’re referring to the two most bodacious dudes to ever time travel, and learn a valuable history lesson while doing so, who are slowly making their way back to the big screen for Bill & Ted 3. 5 days 10 hours ago via theothersenhman
collider.com – Ridley Scott’s got a lot going on right now, and perhaps too much for those eager to see Blade Runner and Prometheus sequels. Scott is still gunning to make both, but right now he’s got Exodus: Gods and Kings making its way towards a December 12th debut and he’s busy casting up for his next film, The Martian, too. 5 days 11 hours ago via jetli
screenrant.com – Ridley Scott, at this point in time, is far along into pre-production on the Matt Damon-headlined Mars survival adventure The Martian (preparing for release in fall 2015), and has screenplays for both Blade Runner 2 and Prometheus 2 being cooked up. Scott most recently said he expects to begin shooting the Blade Runner sequel after he finishes The Martian, but that doesn’t mean the Prometheus followup has stopped moving forward. 6 days 5 hours ago via jackiechan