5:54 PM 4/17/2014 by Jeff Giles
Superproducer Jerry Bruckheimer seems to have landed on his feet since exiting his first-look deal with Disney -- in fact, he's already got himself a new deal at Paramount, where he's working on getting a slew of high-profile sequels off the ground, as well as potentially rolling on another Pirates of the Caribbean movie for his old friends at Disney.
1:52 PM 3/18/2014 by Jeff Giles
After 10 years of making audiences wonder whether they'd ever get around to producing a sequel to The Incredibles, Pixar has revealed that plans for another installment are underway -- and Incredibles director Brad Bird is writing the screenplay, although there's currently no indication as to whether he'll also direct.
hollywoodreporter.com – The sequel to the 2010 reboot Tron: Legacy — called Tron 3 in some quarters — is moving a step forward with Disney in negotiations to hire Jesse Wigutow to pen the latest draft of the script. 1 year 19 weeks ago via jackiechan
bleedingcool.com – The story of the Star Wars movies so far has been the story of Darth Vader, narrated from the margins by a pair of droids. The tin twosome made it out of Return of the Jedi intact, but the last time we saw Vader, or perhaps more properly Anakin Skywalker, he was on his funeral pyre. 1 year 23 weeks ago via donnieyen
joblo.com – In the midst of all the known names being bandied about for the gig of directing STAR WARS: EPISODE VII (and beyond, presumably), one intriguing name that has appeared is that of Colin Trevorrow (SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED). Now while Lucas was a fan of his first feature-length film, it's possible that Disney/Lucasfilm may also be a bit wary of handing control over to the next main entry in such a popular... 1 year 23 weeks ago via theothersenhman
darkhorizons.com – You may want one of your favorite big-time directors taking the helm of the much anticipated "Star Wars: Episode VII", but right now it looks like none of them are stepping up to the plate. Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino and Zack Snyder have now all publicly expressed they have no desire to take on the helm of a new "Star Wars" movie. 1 year 23 weeks ago via jetli
deadline.com – Michael Arndt has written a treatment for not just one but also the next three Star Wars films coming from Disney, Deadline has learned. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Toy Story 3 screenwriter is also in line to work on the script for Star Wars Episode VII next year. 1 year 23 weeks ago via theothersenhman