20th Century Fox has halted production on Maze Runner: The Death Cure to give injured star Dylan O'Brien more time to recover.
Things certainly seem to be changing on the San Diego Comic-Con front. For years, the convention has hosted some of the biggest Hollywood players, who showcased sneak peeks with some of their upcoming features. The illustrious (and infamous) Hall H was where many of these flicks were first showcased to a wide audience. Show More Summary
Last year, director 20th Century Fox and Ridley Scott found plenty of success and critical acclaim with their sci-fi survival drama The Martian. The film ended up landing a Best Picture nomination as well as a Best Actor nod for Matt Damon. Show More Summary
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If you have ever attended San Diego Comic-Con, or know someone who has within the last ten years or so, you have likely heard plenty of Con stories that begin with “I remember when you could buy tickets at the door”, or “Movie studios ruined Comic-Con”, or, on the other side, “I am so glad […]
20th Century Fox is actively creating The Omen prequel, a long overdue project. The news was reported by The Hollywood Reporter exclusively but with very little information regarding the plot, except that the storyline will exclude Damien. Show More Summary
Despite pop culture hurtling toward the future on the wings of the Internet and streaming everything, some studios and producers have their heels dug into the past. In response to San Diego Comic Con deciding to stream some of their panels shortly after they happen, 20th Century Fox has pulled their presentations from Hall H.
20th Century Fox is skipping out on Comic-Con this year, and it’s all your fault. Specifically, those of you who violated the sanctity of Hall H by filming surreptitious videos of the sneak peek footage Fox showed at the convention last year, and then the rest of us for watching the videos when they made their way online. Show More Summary
20th Century Fox has decided not to showcase any of its movies in Hall H since they cannot prevent the piracy of exclusive footage.
Christine director Antonio Campos is in talks to direct the prequel The First Omen.
20th Century Fox is looking to its Satanic past for a future entry in The Omen, this time creating a movie that takes place before the iconic 1976 supernatural horror film, according to THR. This new project sees Antonio Campos (Christine) in negotiations to direct with David Goyer and Phantom Four producing. The original film […]
Fox Digital Studio (FDS) announced today that Mono, a feature-length comedy jam-packed with social media stars, is set to premiere on July 8. FDS, a multi-platform division within 21st Century Fox that produces feature films, original...Show More Summary
The news that 20th Century Fox is developing a prequel to the 1976 horror classic The Omen shouldn’t come as much of a surprise – everything gets a prequel these days, whether the original material calls for it or not. It’s just the current state of the system. Show More Summary
20th Century Fox may not participate in any major media presentations at Comic-Con International: San Diego anymore.
Film fans excited to see 20th Century Fox's presentation at this summer's Comic-Con may want to get a refund on their tickets: The studio is reportedly pulling out of its planned Hall H panel over piracy concerns. According to TheWrap,...Show More Summary
If you're heading to the sunny shores of San Diego for this year's Comic-Con, throw away your hopes of seeing footage from Wolverine 3 or Assassin's Creed. Twentieth Century Fox is apparently not doing any panels in the convention's coveted Hall H, opting instead to promote some smaller projects in smaller panels. According ... More »
Fans dressed as Stormtroopers and superheroes will have one less Hall H line to stand in at this July's San Diego Comic-Con. One year after sending the crowd into a state of rapture with early peeks at "Deadpool" and "X-Men: Apocalypse," 20th Century Fox has decided to sit out this year's convention....
THE OMEN is back in the pop culture conversation thanks to A&E's series Damien, but that conversation was just interrupted by some crazy news: A movie prequel to the 1976 film is in the works from 20th Century Fox. THE FIRSTShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The Office co-creator Stephen Merchant has joined the cast of 20th Century Fox’s Wolverine 3, the latest in the Hugh Jackman-starring X-Men stand-alone franchise. Jackman has said this will be his last go-round as the character...Show More Summary
Publicis Groupe agency SapientNitro has entered into a multiyear deal with James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment and 20th Century Fox to bring a digital Avatar experience to life. The project will kick off before the second film debuts...Show More Summary