FOX’s hit “Sleepy Hollow” premieres Monday, September 16th, and along with its regular Monday time slot, repeat episodes air on Friday nights from 9:00-10:00 PM. “Sleepy Hollow,” from “Transformers” team Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, finds Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) being resurrected to find a world on the brink of doom. Gearing up for the […]
It’s been announced that Universal Pictures has acquired the movie rights to Anne Rice’s collection of novels, The Vampire Chronicles, and Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci have signed on as producers. Source: WENN Books in the series include the upcoming, Prince Lestat, … More » The post Is Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles Too Late? appeared first on EveryJoe.
Anne Rice's 'Vampire Chronicles' have been acquired by Universal, with Brian Grazer, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman set to produce.
Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have acquired the rights to Anne Rice's "The Vampire Chronicles" book series, The Wrap reports. Brian Grazer will produce alongside Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
It’s been 20 years since Neil Jordan’s film version of Interview With the Vampire saw Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt sucking blood, and now Universal is getting back into monsters in a big way. Not only are Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan spearheading...Show More Summary
We just brought you the news that Alex Kurtzman has been tapped to helm Universal's reboot of THE MUMMY, the first of a series of films that will weave together a universe based on Universal's classic movie monsters. When weShow More Summary
Director Frank Darabont's 'The Huntsman' and Alex Kurtzman's 'The Mummy' reboot have changes places on the 2016 calendar. [...]
Universal Pictures has set dates for two of its major 2016 releases. The Snow White and the Huntsman prequel, The Huntsman, will hit theaters on April 22, 2016 while Alex Kurtzman's The Mummy will move from that date to June 24, 201...
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Alex Kurtzman is in “final negotiations” to direct The Mummy. Kurtzman is already one of the producers of the movies along with Chris Morgan and Sean Daniel. Bobby Cohen is The Mummy‘s executive producer. “Over the course of developing The Mummy, Alex has demonstrated such clarity and passion about this character […]
Three months after breaking things off with his creative soul mate, Alex Kurtzman is ready to get back out there again. But rather than play the field a little and maybe mess around with a couple of mid-budget flings, the A-list screenwriter has fully committed to a new multi-film franchise family. Show More Summary
In the divorce between writing partners Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, it seems that while Orci will keep Star Trek, Kurtzman will continue to be a part of the Universal Studios Monsters franchise by doubling down on The Mummy, now not just as its co-screenwriter, but as its director. In what will be his directorial […]
It's going to be the first film in the new Universal Monsters shared universe.
The band is going solo. Alex Kurtzman is breaking away from his frequent creative partner, Roberto Orci, to direct Universal’s reboot of The Mummy. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this will be Universal’s first film in their new...Show More Summary
Universal's reboot of 'The Mummy' will be directed by 'Star Trek' co-writer/producer Alex Kurtzman - where does this leave his 'Venom' spinoff?
A rebooted version of 'The Mummy' will be the first entry in a connected monster movie universe from Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan. [...]
Kurtzman will be directing latest MUMMY film, set in the present. Read the full article on AICN We knew that Universal was planning to reboot their lineup of classic Hollywood monsters, including FRANKENSTEIN, DRACULA, THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, and THE MUMMY, with the latter going into production first. Show More Summary
The Mummy is just the latest title to earn a reboot from Hollywood eager to repackage familiar names to us. The latest version of the legend is set to bow May 22nd, 2016, but has been director-less for awhile. Fortunately, the studio is eager to team with a man who mixes blockbuster experience with a totally fresh eye behind the camera. Show More Summary
Two weeks after Deadline revealed that Universal Pictures was putting its classic movie monster franchises in the hands of Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan, the studio is setting Kurtzman to direct the resuscitation of The Mummy franchise. Show More Summary
Universal is currently balls deep in plans to bring horror’s most iconic monsters back to the big screen, and at the forefront of this huge undertaking is none other than Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan. Essentially, the plan is to weave together a universe based on Universal’s classic movie monsters. Show More Summary
Universal Pictures is in final negotiations with Alex Kurtzman to direct The Mummy reboot, says The Hollywood Reporter. He is already producing the movie with Chris Morgan.