Here’s something to think about when you go looking for your favorite movie: it might be a TV show. Stephen King first published “The Mist” in 1980, Frank Darabont adapted it as a movie in 2007, and now The Weinstein Company is developing it for television. Show More Summary
The latest development in the ongoing litigation sees the network seeking dismissal of Frank Darabont's latest "Walking Dead" contract claims.
It seems, with the ongoing court battle between AMC and it’s initial showrunner for The Walking Dead, Frank Darabont now has his sights set firmly on also receiving payment for the companion series, Fear The Walking Dead. The dispute alleging unpaid fees has been running for two years already with Darabont claiming AMC also “summarily... Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The Walking Dead isn't back on the air until October 11 but AMC today tried to take a zombie apocalypse sized legal bite out of Frank Darabont and CAA's multi-claim ongoing action against them. “All of Plaintiffs’ claims in...Show More Summary
It started out as a classic Stephen King novella, then got adapted by director Frank Darabont into a feature length film, and now, The Mist is coming to us in its newest form: a sci-fi horror series! Dimension Television will be responsible for bringing this creepy classic to the small screen, but not much else is known […]
'The Mist' TV series will be based on both the classic Stephen King novella and the feature film directed by Frank Darabont.
The Weinstein Company’s Dimension Television is developing a TV series based on The Mist, first a Stephen King novella and then a 2007 MGM film directed by Frank Darabont. The project, which Dimension says is moving forward with King’s...Show More Summary
Dimension Television has announced that there will be a continuing series of the Stephen King novella “The Mist“, which was adapted into film in 2007 by Frank Darabont (“The Walking Dead”, The Shawshank Redemption). It will be adapted for the small screen by writer Christian Torpe, who has the successful Danish show “Rita”. King himself […]
Fear the Walking Dead premiered on AMC Sunday night. The Los Angeles spinoff takes place in loosely the same time frame as The Walking Dead pilot, "Days Gone Bye" (directed by show creator Frank Darabont). More important, it gives us a reason to revisit the original pilot, which launched the... More »
Frank Darabont's legal battle with AMC hinges in part on his belief that he is entitled to profits from the "companion series." read more
EXCLUSIVE: The multi-million dollar lawsuit that Frank Darabont and CAA launched in late 2013 against AMC over alleged unpaid fees, gross receipts, self-dealing, credits and more from The Walking Dead has seen a lot of sharp jabs from...Show More Summary
AMC has alleged that CAA and Frank Darabont's "Walking Dead"-related lawsuit may have a major flaw: Misrepresenting an executive as a lawyer.
Let’s get this out the way quickly: the premiere of “Fear he Walking Dead” on Sunday isn’t in the same realm as the unforgettable debut of “The Walking Dead.” Director Frank Darabont defined the visual language and world of Robert Kirkman’s...Show More Summary
Frank Darabont and Creative Artists Agency are once again seeking millions in damages from AMC over profits from "The Walking Dead."
The ousted creator of the zombie drama is now alleging millions more in damages from a breach of contract. read more
Frank Darabont, creator of "The Walking Dead," has sold his atmospheric house in Los Feliz for $3.575 million.
Frank Darabont, creator of “The Walking Dead,” has sold his atmospheric house in Los Feliz for $3.575 million.
Director-producer-screenwriter Frank Darabont listed a house for sale in Los Feliz at $3.6 million and a day later it was in escrow.
N.B. This recap is being done by someone who has not seen a single episode of Frank Darabont's The Walking Dead, including the very episode he is going to recap. As such, he is going to make ever...
The Huntsman, the upcoming prequel to Snow White And The Huntsman, has shed some key personnel from the original, including Kristen Stewart’s Snow White, original director Rupert Sanders, and Frank Darabont, who was originally tapped to direct. Show More Summary