[Warning: This post contains spoilers from the Season 1 finale of Star Trek: Discovery, "Will You Take My Hand?" Read at your own risk.] Star Trek: Discovery capped off a high-octane inaugural season with a hopeful ending that saw the...Show More Summary
It remains to be seen just how Universal's plans for a Dark Universe of connected monster movie reboots will progress, since producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan left the project after last year's THE MUMMY underperformed on a budget that was too damn high. Show More Summary
A few years ago, Universal Pictures hired producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan to oversee their endeavor to reboot their classic monster movie properties within a new shared cinematic universe - a universe that would come to be known...Show More Summary
With the indefinite postponement of Bride of Frankenstein and the departure of franchise architects Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan, is the "Dark Universe" going to crawl back into its tomb?
Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan leave Universe's Dark Universe after The Mummy becomes one of the year's biggest bombs.
In the summer of 2014, Universal hired Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan to head up their endeavor to craft a new cinematic universe around their classic monster movie properties - a universe that eventually became known as the Dark Universe. Show More Summary
There seems to be some trouble brewing (or dying) in Universal’s Dark Universe. THR is reporting that producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan — architects of what was to be the shared universe of Universal’s iconic monsters — have departed. The outlet states that this departure has left Dark Universe-decorated offices empty (literally), and the […]
When the going gets tough, the weak go running… A not-so-shocking report over at THR says that writer-producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan, who were hired as Universal’s “Dark Universe” architects, have departed the franchise. Just five months after Universal released a cast photo promising a slew of movies starring the likes of Johnny Depp, […]
Directed by: Alex Kurtzman; Runtime: 110 minutes Grade: D Every time the Mummy franchise gets resurrected, it takes on a new attitude, spanning from the mood-heavy dread of the ‘30s classic to plucky, bombastic thrills in the ‘90s reboot. Show More Summary
At New York Comic Con, during the Star Trek. Discovery panel, Alex Kurtzman said something that I've been thinking about a lot. He said that you couldn't do "City on the Edge of Forever" now, because Kirk would have to spend a whole season mourning Edith Keeler. More »
At last weekend’s New York Comic Con, Alex Kurtzman spoke about the possibility of the show being renewed for a second season....
Most of the key auspices behind CBS/CBS TV Studios’ 2015 series Limitless have reunited for another crime drama with a sci-fi twist, which has been set up at CBS via CBS TV Studios. Recall is being written by Craig Sweeny, who also penned the Limitless pilot, with that pilot’s director Marc Webb on board to direct. Show More Summary
Image. CBS All Access At the Star Trek. Discovery panel at New York Comic Con, a fan in the audience asked about the look of the Klingons, which the person asking the question described as being the most "African" they have ever looked. And to make them the villains can feel alienating. More »
Season One of Star Trek: Discovery is focused on war, said Alex Kurtzman in a TrekMovie interview; and now the focus is...
The co-creator of Discovery also talks about maintaining Star Trek's core mission of exploration and more.
"Star Trek: Discovery" is the first new series set in the Star Trek universe since 2001's "Enterprise". Created by Alex Kurtzman (writer on both "Star Trek" reboot... For more, visit our blog !
Mark Hamill discusses the opulence of The Last Jedi's casino planet. Underworld is heading to TV. Star Trek. Discovery's Alex Kurtzman plots a course for the show's future. Plus a ton of new pictures from Blade Runner. 2049, and new footage from The Gifted, Rick & Morty, and the return of Supergirl. Spoilers now! More »
Director Alex Kurtzman's THE MUMMY, the first entry in the Dark Universe that Universal is planning to build around their classic monster characters, has made over $400 million at the global box office - an impressive haul that would...Show More Summary
Captain Marvel gets a new script writer. Ben Affleck teases a more heroic Batman for Justice League. Arrow casts another new villain. Alex Kurtzman is already hinting at Star Trek. Discovery's second season. Plus, a new look at Gotham's latest love interest for Jim Gordon, and a tiny new Defenders clip. Behold, spoilers! More »
By Karen Gomez 'The Mummy’ director Alex Kurtzman, who has also been a producer of the whole franchise, might be exiting. The article The Future of the Dark Universe is Unclear, But It Always Has Been appeared first on Film School Rejects.