‘Scream’ Reboot Moving Forward With ‘Ready or Not’ Directors

The much talked about Scream reboot recently took a huge step forward in its development. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Ready or Not directors Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett have officially signed on to helm the slasher thriller. Spyglass Media is behind the project. The company formed last year with former MGM head Gary Barber and […]

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Chris Evans & ‘Doctor Strange’ Director Setting Sails For ‘Bermuda’

It looks like the sails are finally getting ready to sail for Skydance’s long-in-development Bermuda Triangle action-adventure, Bermuda. Viva Variety, Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson has signed on to direct the picture. Additionally, Derrickson will rewrite the script with his writing partner C. Robert Cargill as well as produce. Meanwhile, sources say Captain America himself, Chris Evans, […]

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Blumhouse Resurrecting ‘Dracula’, Karyn Kusama Directing

Following the success of Leigh Whannell’s update on The Invisible Man, Variety is now reporting that Blumhouse is sinking its teeth into Dracula. Destroyer and The Invitation director Karyn Kusama is attached to direct. Matt Manfredi and Phil Hay, who previously teamed with Kusama on the two aforementioned projects, will also write Dracula. The report […]

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Universal Monsters: What’s Coming After ‘The Invisible Man’?

As I mentioned in my review for The Invisible Man, Universal Pictures has been desperate for quite some time now to resurrect their gallery of classical movie monsters. They’ve tried again and again to reinvent the wheel in hopes of appealing to a younger generation of moviegoers and each time they’ve failed to sustain any […]

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‘The Way Back’ Movie Review: Sadfleck might just be the best Affleck

DIRECTORGavin O’ConnorSCREENWRITERSGavin O’ConnorBrad IngelsbySTARSBen AffleckAl MadrigalJanina Gavankar RATINGR (for language throughout including some sexual references)RUNTIME108 minutesRELEASE DATEMarch 6, 2020STUDIOWarner Bros. Pictures Heading into the theater, I had a good idea of how The Way Back was going to play out. For the most part, I was right. Not to say I’m some sort of cinematic […]

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‘Onward’ Movie Review: Pixar Fantasy Lacks Studio’s Signature Magic

DIRECTORDan ScanlonSCREENWRITERSDan ScanlonJason HeadleyKeith BuninSTARSTom HollandChris Pratt RATINGPG (for action/peril and some mild thematic elements)RUNTIME 1 hr. 42 mins.RELEASE DATEMarch 6, 2020STUDIODisney-Pixar With Onward, Pixar transports us to a fantastical world that’s populated by mythical creatures and crackling with all manner of magic. At least it used to be until the ease of technological advances […]

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‘The Invisible Man’ (2020) Movie Review: What’s Old Is Frightening Again!

DIRECTORLeigh WhannellSCREENWRITERLeigh WhannellSTARSElisabeth MossOliver Jackson-CohenAldis HodgeStorm ReidHarriet DyerMichael Dorman RATINGR (for some strong bloody violence, and language)RUNTIME113 minutesRELEASE DATEFebruary 28, 2020STUDIOUniversal PicturesGENREHorror, Mystery/Suspense For nearly two decades, Universal Pictures has tried but failed to revamp their legacy monster movies as fantastical, action-packed adventures. Their grander vision ultimately included a shared cinematic universe that culminated with […]

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Chris Evans Gassing Up For ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ Remake

Call him Chris Evans, DDS. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Captain America himself is currently in negotiations to join Taron Egerton and Scarlett Johansson in Greg Berlanti’s upcoming take on the cult classic film turned Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors. Should these talks lead to final deals, the outlet is reporting that Egerton […]

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‘Creed 3’ Moving Forward With ‘King Richard’ Writer

MGM is ready to go another round with Creed, having tapped Zach Baylin to pen the script for the third film in the Rocky revival series. Baylin also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming Will Smith vehicle King Richard, which recalls the story tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams’ father. According to the outlet, no […]

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‘The Dig’ Directors Revving Up ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Reboot

What’s that? It sounds like… Like… A CH-CH-CH-CHAINSSAWW! That’s right. Leatherface is coming back to the big screen. Per Variety, Legendary has closed a deal with The Dig directors Ryan and Andy Tohill to helm a straight-up reboot of the 1974 “slashic” The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. The project will be written by Chris Thomas […]

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