Van Helsing News
collider.com – If only Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman's business savvy were equal to their screenwriting talent. The duo have no problem getting attached to blockbuster properties, and while part of that is being credited on previously successful blockbusters, there are other big-budget screenwriters who don't become so prolific. In addition to moving into television with Sleepy Hollow and plans to produce feature adaptations of Locke & Key and Dragonology, Orci and Kurtzman are also developing remakes of Van Helsing and The Mummy because it's great to make movies no one wanted. 3 years 27 weeks ago via jetli
latino-review.com – Here’s the thing that pisses me off about this particular set of Bob Orci comments to IGN about the upcoming Kurtzman/Orci produced reboots of Van Helsig and The Mummy: He gives lip service to the great pantheon of Universal monsters and how if you have a story that can update and combine some of those elements, you shouldn’t fear making a movie. 3 years 27 weeks ago via jackiechan
8:06 PM 10/15/2012 by Binh Ngo
Looks like there won't be any vampires or Snow Whites in Rupert Sanders' next film. The director has signed with Sony to direct the Bonnie-and-Clyde-in-space tale The Juliet for the studio, Deadline has learned.
What's Popping: 'Titanic', 'Fifty Shades of Grey', 'Van Helsing', 'Master of the Universe', 'The Goon'
3:32 PM 10/13/2012 by Binh Ngo
We suspected for a long time now that there was probably enough room for both Jack and Rose on that floating board that neither of them had to die in the movie Titanic. Both could have lived. This was confirmed by the folks over at Mythbusters. Why did Jack had to die then?
9:13 PM 10/10/2012 by Binh Ngo
Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders definitely has potential behind the camera, but after US Weekly published photos of him and Kristen Stewart having an affair, both of them have taken a PR hit.
feedproxy.google.com – Director Rupert Sanders poses an interesting conundrum for the suits at Universal Pictures.On the one hand, Sanders turned in a successful debut picture for Universal with Snow White And The Huntsman, a film that may not have been a massive blockbuster success but certainly turned a tidy bit of business for the studio and teed up what could very well end up being a successful franchise. 4 years 28 weeks ago via jackiechan
superherohype.com – Last month, Universal revealed its intentions to move forward with another Van Helsing film. This time, Tom Cruise is going to star and produce alongside producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. Kurtzman spoke to CraveOnline about the project and had this to say... 4 years 43 weeks ago via jackiechan
7:54 PM 5/5/2012 by Binh Ngo
If anyone has the right to make an Evil Dead movie, it's Sam Raimi. That's what Raimi thought too when he went to register the mark for Evil Dead 4 so he can get the ball rolling for Sony and FilmDistrict. Imagine his surprise when a no-name production company came out of the blue to try and stop him from making it.
Posted May 1st, 2012 by Binh Ngo
Tom Cruise is attached to star as the title character who hunts monsters for a living. The role was previously played by Hugh Jackman.