‘Sleepy Hollow’ Remake Coming From ‘Pet Sematary’ Prequel Filmmaker Lindsey Beer

Lindsey Beer | Mega Agency The Headless Horseman will ride again! After signing an overall deal with the studio, Lindsey Beer and Paramount are looking to resurrect the classic gothic slasher. Sources tell Deadline that Beer is set to write, direct, and produce a Sleepy Hollow remake. The tale about the headless horseman who terrorizes … Continue reading ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Remake Coming From ‘Pet Sematary’ Prequel Filmmaker Lindsey Beer

‘Pig’ Director Michael Sarnoski Helming ‘A Quiet Place’ Spinoff For Paramount

According to Deadline, the studio has tapped Pig director Michael Sarnoski to helm their upcoming A Quiet Place spinoff. The noteworthy hire comes a few short months following the departure of Mud and Loving director Jeff Nichols from the project. At this time, not much is known about the film. Sarnoski has also been tapped … Continue reading ‘Pig’ Director Michael Sarnoski Helming ‘A Quiet Place’ Spinoff For Paramount

Paramount Delays Next Two ‘Mission: Impossible’ Sequels (Again)

Ethan Hunt and the rest of the IMF squad are going to have to wait even longer to set out on their next adventure. According to THR, Paramount and Skydance have delayed the releases for both Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8. M:I 7, previously set to hit theaters on Sept. 30, 2022, will … Continue reading Paramount Delays Next Two ‘Mission: Impossible’ Sequels (Again)

‘Your Name’ Live-Action Remake Finds Its Director In Lee Isaac Chung

J.J. Abrams snagged up the rights to make a live-action adaptation of the popular Japanese film Your Name way back in 2017. Since then, however, it's been radio silence with regards to updates on the project; that is until now. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lee Isaac Chung, the director behind Sundance winner Minari, has been … Continue reading ‘Your Name’ Live-Action Remake Finds Its Director In Lee Isaac Chung

Will Smith, Kevin Hart To Headline ‘Planes, Trains And Automobiles’ Remake

Courtesy of Deadline, Paramount Pictures is set to remake John Hughes' 1987 road trip comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Will Smith and Kevin Hart will take over for Steve Martin and John Candy. Both Smith and Hart will serve as producers on the project. Meanwhile, Brooklyn 99 and Woke scribe Aeysha Carr will pen the script, … Continue reading Will Smith, Kevin Hart To Headline ‘Planes, Trains And Automobiles’ Remake

‘Crawl’ Review: Survival Horror With A Satisfying Bite

  Directed by: Alexandre Aja Written by: Alexandre Aja, Michael Rasmussen (III) & Shawn Rasmussen (II) Starring: Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper, Ross Anderson, Anson Boon & Morfydd Clark  Running time: 83 minutes Rating: R (for bloody creature violence, and brief language) Studio: Paramount Pictures Release date: July 12, 2019 After a decade away, director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, … Continue reading ‘Crawl’ Review: Survival Horror With A Satisfying Bite

‘Mission: Impossible’ 7 & 8 To Film Back-To-Back, Chris McQuarrie Will Return

Last year's Mission: Impossible– Fallout was the biggest box office hit in the long-running franchise, grossing over $791 million worldwide. With a haul like that, a seventh film was inevitable. The more surprising news comes to us from Variety, where we learned that the next two films in the franchise will shoot back-to-back. What's more … Continue reading ‘Mission: Impossible’ 7 & 8 To Film Back-To-Back, Chris McQuarrie Will Return

Movie Review– ‘Bumblebee’ (2018)

There is a scene in this movie where Hailee Steinfeld's Charlie pulls a dusty tarp off a rusty yellow Volkswagen Beetle, who we know as Bumblebee. After a bit of TLC, she gets the old clunker up and running again. The entire scene I could not shake the not-so-subtle allegory for the current state of … Continue reading Movie Review– ‘Bumblebee’ (2018)

‘A Quiet Place’ review

By Jordan Peterson | @thefilmmajor In a darkened theater lit only by the reflecting luminescence of a Christie CP2000 projector, a low grumble makes itself known before momentarily subsiding then returning again with a roaring vengeance. This goes on for some time. It's my belly, embarrassingly enough, reminding me that the contents of the small … Continue reading ‘A Quiet Place’ review