Hip-Hop, sci-fi, and kung fu all hit the turntables for the mash-up mix of the year!
Dynamite Entertainment is going to bring the kick-ass kung-fu noir tale, Intertwined, to comic book stores.
Word around Hollywood this morning is the news that Night of the Living Dead, is getting a remake.Â Interestingly, the zombie horror film will not involve George Romero, but it will be a 3D CGI origin story.Â CGI zombies?Â Sign me up. Titled â€œNight of the Living Dead: Origins,â€ the re-imagining is being directed by newcomer Zebediah de Soto and produced by Simon West and Simon West Productions president Jib Polhemus. As much as I like the zombie genre (my Kung-Fu- Zombie-Western movie is still in the works), I can’t help but wonder what an all CGI zombie flick will
Following last week’s Asteroids movie announcement, The Hollywood Reporter is either messing with our heads in an elaborate practical joke, or Hollywood has finally reached the bottom of the barrel.Â Deamworks has acquired the film rights to the View-Master toy from Mattel and is asking the writers behind the new Transformers movie to pen the script. Story specifics are being kept under wraps, though Kane, who tweeted his involvement during the holiday weekend, said, “It’ll be like the old ’80s Amblin movies: ‘Goonies,’ ‘Young Sherlock’ … in that vein.” That post has been taken down. Amblin-style movies has been the
He may be 54 years old, but Bruce Willis can still kick it as an action hero, and it looks like he’s going to take his rugged good looks to another comic book movie adaptation. In â€œRed,â€ Willis would portray a former black-ops agent who has gone into retirement but is forced back into action when a high-tech assassin comes a-callinâ€™ to threaten him and his girlfriend. Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian are producing, and Erich and Jon Hoeber are writing the screenplay, which is based on the WildStorm/DC Comic. (DCâ€™s Gregory Noveck is exec producing.) I’ve not read
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the Darkstorm Comic I, Frankenstein is being adapted into a motion picture. If the comic doesn’t sound familiar to you, that’s because the Kevin Grevioux penned comic hasn’t even arrived in stores yet. In the story, and presumably in the movie, Frankenstein’s Monster has learned to control his anger, and has teamed up with the Invisible Man to form a detective agency.Â Apparently Dracula will be the heavy kingpin of crime in the story. “It’s a Raymond Chandler-esque monster mash where the rogues don’t pack pistols, they’ve got claws and fangs,” Ryan Turek, of