You might recall that Hollywood attempted to reboot Conan a few years ago, with a new take that starred Jason Momoa. That attempt didn't go so well. Then, as Arnold Schwarzenegger left public office and dove back into being a movie star, word came out that he was not only revisiting Terminator but that he was also planning on picking up the sword and playing Conan The Barbarian again.
- Dread Central: The Legend of Conan to Honor the Original 1982 Film
- We Got This Covered: The Legend Of Conan Takes Place 30 Years After Original, Three Cast Members Returning
- SlashFilm: ‘The Legend of Conan’ Aims to Carry Forward the Tone of the 1982 Original
- The Wrap: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ‘Legend of Conan’ Will Take Place 30 Years After Original, Reunite ‘At Least 3’ Characters
- Badass Digest: Could THE LEGEND OF CONAN Actually Be Awesome?
- Moviefone: 'The Legend of Conan' Will Be a Sequel to Arnold Schwarzenegger's 1982 Movie
- JoBlo: Arnold Schwarzenegger's Legend of Conan will be a sequel to the 1982 film
- ScreenRant: ‘Legend of Conan’ Writer Says Script Is Loyal In Spirit To 1982 ‘Conan the Barbarian’
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Furious 7' screenwriter gives update on 'Legend of Conan'
- MovieWeb: 'Legend of Conan' Will Stay Faithful to 1982 'Conan the Barbarian'
Any fan of Vin Diesel will tell you that the man delivers, whether it be performance or promotional material. In the case of THE LAST WITCH HUNTER, Vin just dropped a new teaser for the flick showing a bit of his character's past. If you were wondering where that sweet beard went to in the previous teaser trailer, look no further than this video! It's no secret that Vin is a huge... Read More...
Harry Potter may have beaten Voldemort, but he didnât stand a chance againstÂ Dominic Toretto.Â Box Office MojoÂ reports thatÂ Furious 7Â has surpassed the worldwide grossÂ ofÂ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2....
- Variety: ‘Furious 7′ Director James Wan in Talks for ‘Robotech’
- Coming Soon: Furious 7’s James Wan in Talks to Direct Sony’s Robotech
- AintItCool: James Wan may go FAST & FURIOUS over to ROBOTECH!!
- Cinema Blend: Furious 7 Director Will Bring Robotech To The Big Screen
- Cinema Blend: Why Fast & Furious Can Survive Without Paul Walker, According To Universal
- Cinema Blend: Fast & Furious Franchise Has Always Tried To Up The Ante With Casting, According To Universal Chairman
- The Playlist: Watch: Vin Diesel Gets Furious In First Trailer For 'The Last Witch Hunter'
- SlashFilm: Video: The Making of the Fast and Furious Ride: ‘Fast and Furious: Supercharged’
- Screen Crush: 'Fast and Furious' Cast Show You How Their New Universal Studios Ride Was Made
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Furious 7' director may take on live-action 'Robotech'
- IGN Movies: Furious 7’s James Wan Reportedly Up to Direct Robotech
- MTV Movies Blog: ‘Furious 7′ Director James Wan Looks Ready To Trade ‘Fast’ Cars For ‘Robotech’
- Latino Review: Wan Wanted For 'Robotech,' 'Aquaman,' and 'Furious 8'
- ScreenRant: ‘Furious 7′ Director James Wan Circling Both ‘Robotech’ and ‘Aquaman’
- FirstShowing.net: 'Furious 7' Helmer James Wan in Early Talks to Direct 'Robotech'
Thanks to the success of FURIOUS 7, James Wan has become Hollywood's latest red-hot director, and Deadline is reporting Wan is in talks with Sony to helm a Robotech movie.The studio recently acquired the live-action film rights to the animated series, and while talks are still in the early stages, Deadline has heard that "Wan is all for the opportunity to originate a franchise"... Read More...
- Comic Book Movie: James Wan In Talks To Direct ROBOTECH; Also Reportedly A Lock For AQUAMAN
- Deadline: James Wan In Talks To Direct ‘Robotech’ For Sony
- Hollywood Reporter: James Wan Circling 'Robotech' for Sony
- Dark Horizons: James Wan Wanted For "Robotech" Film
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: James Wan in Talks for Robotech
- Screen Crush: James Wan Eyed to Direct 'Robotech' Live-Action Film
- SlashFilm: Sony Wants to Lock in James Wan as ‘Robotech’ Director
- Empire Magazine: James Wan Now In Talks To Direct Robotech
The modern world holds many secrets, but the most astounding secret of all is that witches still live amongst us; vicious supernatural creatures intent on unleashing the Black Death upon the world. Armies of witch hunters battled the unnatural enemy across the globe for centuries, including KAULDER, a valiant warrior who managed to slay the all-powerful QUEEN WITCH, decimating her followers in the process. In the moments right before her death, the QUEEN curses KAULDER with her own immortality, forever separating him from his beloved wife and daughter in the afterlife.
- Latino Review: Teaser Trailer and Poster Hit For Vin Diesel's 'The Last Witch Hunter'
- Cinema Blend: The Last Witch Hunter Trailer Has Vin Diesel Ready To Kick Some Evil Ass
- Badass Digest: Vin Diesel Wields A Flaming Sword In This THE LAST WITCH HUNTER Trailer
- Variety: Watch: First Trailer for Vin Diesel’s ‘The Last Witch Hunter’
- Hollywood Reporter: Watch Vin Diesel and His Sword of Fire in 'The Last Witch Hunter' Trailer
- Horror-Movies.ca: Vin Diesel’s ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Gets a Trailer
- Vulture: Vin Diesel’s Sword Is on Fire in the Last Witch Hunter Teaser Trailer
- Digital Spy: Vin Diesel goes to war in The Last Witch Hunter trailer
- USA Today: Diesel's 'Witch Hunter' teaser is ridiculous
- FirstShowing.net: Watch: Vin Diesel is Immortal in 'The Last Witch Hunter' Teaser Trailer
- MTV Movies Blog: Vin Diesel Literally Slays In Exclusive ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Trailer
- JoBlo: Vin Diesel hunts forever in the teaser trailer for The Last Witch Hunter
- SlashFilm: ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Trailer: Vin Diesel Battles Witches in Modern-Day New York
- HitFix: Vin Diesel is 'The Last Witch Hunter' in the first official trailer
- Screen Crush: 'The Last Witch Hunter' Trailer: Vin Diesel Wields a Flaming Sword
- Entertainment Weekly: Vin Diesel--and fiery sword--in 'Last Witch Hunter' trailer
- The Wrap: Vin Diesel Fights ‘A War Between Our World and The Next’ in ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ Trailer (Video)
- Dark Horizons: First Trailer: "The Last Witch Hunter"
- Empire Magazine: The Last Witch Hunter Teaser Trailer Flies In
Sony Pictures has signed a five-film deal with independent comic publisher Valiant Entertainment to bring Bloodshot and Harbinger to the silver screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, both comic properties will receive two films each before an Avengers-style fifth movie called Harbinger Wars will unite the casts from the previous four films. Continue reading…
- Cinema Blend: Bloodshot And Harbinger Are Getting Their Own Shared Universe In Comic Team-Up
- Entertainment Weekly: Sony has five-film plan for 'Bloodshot,' 'Harbinger' comic books
- ScreenRant: ‘John Wick’ Directors to Helm ‘Bloodshot’ Comic Book Film Adaptation
- Empire Magazine: John Wick's Directors Take Aim At Bloodshot
Last month we learned 300 and G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA scribe Michael Gordon had been hired to write the script for Warner Bros.' live-action ROBOTECH movie, but now Variety is reporting Sony Pictures has picked up the film rights to the animated series. Gordon will still pen the script for the adaptation, and Hollywood Gang's Gianni Nunnari and Mark Canton are also still attached to the planned... Read More...
- MovieWeb: 'Robotech' Live-Action Movie on Fast Track at Sony
- Latino Review: Sony Nabs Rights To 'Robotech,' Movie Franchise In The Works
- Empire Magazine: Sony Scores Rights To Robotech
- ScreenRant: ‘Robotech’ Live-Action Movie Acquired by Sony for Potential Franchise
- Variety: Sony Takes Over ‘Robotech,’ Plans Film Franchise (EXCLUSIVE)
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: Sony Takes Over Robotech Film Project
- Coming Soon: Sony Pictures Announces Robotech Franchise Plans!
- AintItCool: Sony's eyeballing ROBOTECH for a live-action update!
- Hollywood Reporter: Sony Plotting New 'Robotech' Franchise
- Dark Horizons: Sony Plans "Robotech" Film Franchise
- Entertainment Weekly: Sony working on a 'Robotech' movie
- Comic Book Movie: ROBOTECH Movie Moves From WB To Sony
- IGN Movies: Sony Takes Over the Robotech Movie, Plans a Franchise
- FirstShowing.net: Sony Pictures Picks Up 'Robotech' Anime for Feature Film Franchise
Game of Thrones director Brian Kirk has finalized a deal with 20th Century Fox to direct Narco Sub, with Liam Neeson being eyed to star. The project has been in development for several years, with filmmakers such as Tony Scott, Doug Liman and Antoine Fuqua attached to direct at one point. Now that the studio has a director in place, they will focus on securing a deal with Liam Neeson.The story follows an Ecuadorian drug lord who forces a disgraced Naval officer (Liam Neeson) to navigate a Narco Sub filled with cocaine past the Coast Guard.
- Coming Soon: Liam Neeson in Talks to Star in Action Thriller Narco Sub
- Empire Magazine: Liam Neeson May Captain Narco Sub
- SlashFilm: ‘Narco Sub’ Locks Brian Kirk to Direct, Eyes Liam Neeson to Star
- Dark Horizons: Neeson & Kirk To Captain "Narco Sub"
- Screen Crush: Liam Neeson's 'Narco Sub' Lands 'Game of Thrones' Director Brian Kirk
He's back in the action gameJohn Woo has spent the last few years of his directorial career focusing more on epic histories such as the Red Cliff films and more intimate dramas like The Crossing. And while he hasn’t eschewed action elements all together, he’s had his attention elsewhere. But it appears he’s ready to get back into the thriller game with Manhunt.Based on Japanese author Juko Nishimura’s novel, Manhunt was originally adapted into a film in 1976, and became the first foreign film released in China following the Cultural Revolution.
- Variety: HK FilMart: John Woo Searches Out ‘Manhunt’ As Next Directorial Project
- Hollywood Reporter: Hong Kong Filmart: John Woo to Direct Remake of Japanese Thriller 'Manhunt'
- Deadline: John Woo To Direct Remake Of ‘Manhunt’ For Media Asia
- Dark Horizons: John Woo Goes On A "Manhunt"
- Twitch: John Woo Has Been Caught For A MANHUNT Remake
- The Playlist: Directors: Sarah Polley Penning 'Little Women,' John Woo To Remake 'Manhunt' And More
Bruce Sinofsky, the Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated co-director of the Paradise Lost documentary trilogy, has passed away at the age of 58. His collaborator and Paradise Lost co-director Joe Berlinger confirmed Sinofsky’s passing this morning, due to complications from diabetes. Continue reading…
- IndieWire: 'Paradise Lost' Trilogy Co-Director Bruce Sinofsky Dies at 58
- Digital Spy: Paradise Lost filmmaker Bruce Sinofsky dies, aged 58
- Variety: Bruce Sinofsky, Oscar-Nominated Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 58
- Hollywood Reporter: Bruce Sinofsky, Oscar-Nominated Director, Dies at 58
- Deadline: Bruce Sinofsky Dies: Oscar-Nominated West Memphis 3 Documentarian Was 58
- MovieWeb: 'Metallica' Filmmaker Bruce Sinofsky Passes Away at 58
- Coming Soon: Documentary Filmmaker Bruce Sinofsky Dead at 58