‘Buck Rogers’ Film In The Works At Legendary

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Legendary is currently closing a deal that will net them the rights to move forward on a much-talked-about Buck Rogers feature film. Sources are telling the outlet that Legendary, the company behind the upcoming sci-fi epic Dune and movies such as Godzilla and Kong: Skull Island, envisions a big-screen take that would pave the … Continue reading ‘Buck Rogers’ Film In The Works At Legendary

‘The Vast of Night’ (2020) Review: A stylish, lackluster ‘Twilight Zone’ tribute

The place: a dusty, out-of-the-way New Mexican Podunk. The time: a simpler, unspecified year during the 1950's. On the night of a big basketball game, two teenagers working late shifts at their respective jobs intercept a strange signal of unknown origin. Fay (Sierra McCormick), a switchboard operator, and Everett (Jake Horowitz), the local radio DJ, … Continue reading ‘The Vast of Night’ (2020) Review: A stylish, lackluster ‘Twilight Zone’ tribute

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

Bidding War Now Raging Over ‘Under the Skin’ TV Rights

A potential TV spin-off of the cult horror flick Under the Skin has sparked a bidding war between the the film’s original financier, Silver Reel, and studio, A24. Based on a novel by Michel Faber and directed by British filmmaker Jonathan Glazer, Under the Skin landed in 2013 and quickly found critical success worldwide. It follows a nearly-silent … Continue reading Bidding War Now Raging Over ‘Under the Skin’ TV Rights

Blumhouse Adapting Long Lost Novel That Inspired ‘The Thing’

Since its initial 1938 publication, John W. Campbell Jr’s novella Who Goes There?, about a shape-shifting monster from space that terrorizes a group of scientists in Antarctica, has twice been adapted for the big screen. The first attempt came with 1951's The Thing From Another World. The more recognized interpretation, of course, is John Carpenter's … Continue reading Blumhouse Adapting Long Lost Novel That Inspired ‘The Thing’

Ewan McGregor In Talks To Star In Obi-Wan Series For Disney Streaming Service

The Force it seems is still with Ewan McGregor. Variety is reporting that the actor is indeed in talks with Disney to reprise his role as the Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi in a new standalone series for the Disney Plus streaming service. No other details are available at this time. McGregor first took on the … Continue reading Ewan McGregor In Talks To Star In Obi-Wan Series For Disney Streaming Service

Edward Furlong Returning For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Confirms James Cameron

He's back! Today during the SDCC panel for Terminator: Dark Fate, series creator and executive producer James Cameron let it be known that Edward Furlong is indeed set to reprise his role as John Connor, mankind's savior in the war against the machines, in the upcoming film. Furlong is returning alongside Terminator 2: Judgement Day co-star … Continue reading Edward Furlong Returning For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Confirms James Cameron

5 Actors Who Could Play Snake Plissken In The ‘Escape From New York’ Remake

I don't mean to brag, but I totally called it when I named Mark Hamill as an excellent stand-in for Brad Dourif as the new voice of Chucky in this year's Child's Play remake. (Obviously I am joking. Any nerd could have made that obvious pick, and many did!) So, clearly I have a nose … Continue reading 5 Actors Who Could Play Snake Plissken In The ‘Escape From New York’ Remake

‘High Life’ Movie Review

French filmmaker Claire Denis makes her English-language feature debut with the unusual High Life, a lovingly crafted and wonderfully acted art house take on school space odyssey's. It's also one of the most uncomfortable filmgoing experiences of the year. Ever since his star-making turn as the sparkling bloodsucker Edward in the Twilight films, Robert Pattinson … Continue reading ‘High Life’ Movie Review

Upcoming ‘Terminator’ Sequel Officially Gets A Title

Via The Wrap, the upcoming Terminator sequel has officially been titled Terminator: Dark Fate. The sixth film in the franchise is being directed by Deadpool's Tim Miller and will serve as a direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day and will ignore all preceding entries. Series originator James Cameron developed the film's story and is … Continue reading Upcoming ‘Terminator’ Sequel Officially Gets A Title