How Frank Darabont's quintessential King adaptation is also the perfect post-9/11 horror picture. Read more...
I've said it before but I'm not a big fan of AMC's THE WALKING DEAD. It's not fair to say I dislike the series because I stopped watching after Frank Darabont was fired back after season 2. All the same, there are plenty...Show More Summary
Nearly four years after former The Walking Dead executive producer Frank Darabont and CAA sued AMC over what is now $280 million in profits from the zombie apocalypse blockbuster, the two sides are going head to head today in a Manhattan court room. Show More Summary
Frank Darabont's The Mist has a very different ending than the original Stephen King novella. Now, the author explains what he really thinks of the changes in the 2007 big screen adaptation.
Just days after The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman signed a big deal with Amazon and a week before lawyers for ex-TWD showrunner Frank Darabont face off with AMC attorneys in NYC, more main creatives for the zombie apocalypse blockbuster series are taking the cabler to court for big bucks they say they’re owned. Show More Summary
Frank Darabont's inflammatory Walking Dead emails were recently released, and one episode director has spoken up about being personally called out.
Director Gwyneth Horder-Payton has addressed the recent scandal involving derogatory comments former Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont made about her in an email when she was working on the show. "That was extreme," Horder-Payton said when asked how she had felt about Darabont's personal comments. Show More Summary
By Rob Hunter “Every generation needs a movie like 'Night of the Living Dead' where nothing turns out well for anybody in the end.” The article 31 Things We Learned from Frank Darabont’s ‘The Mist’ Commentary appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Frank Darabont’s lawsuit against AMC has yielded a lot of entertainment fodder for the public at large. (Well, depending on how you feel about reading someone’s abusive emails to co-workers, it could also just make you really angry.) Today, though, anyone following the heated legal battle also learned something about ... More »
The showrunner also received "award bonuses" up to $125,000 per Emmy win, as disclosed in documents from Frank Darabont's lawsuit against AMC. read more
Warning: This story contains frequent explicit language As he has in the past on similar matters, Sons Of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter tonight eviscerated AMC over their treatment of former The Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont in their legal battle. Show More Summary
How’s this for a fucking coincidence? On the same day Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, was forced to apologize for a series of e-mails in which he treated a Rachel Maddow viewer to such complicated legal mumbo-jumbo asShow More Summary
Former showrunner Frank Darabont's fiery emails have been released.
Today is turning out to be a shockingly bad day for the producers of AMC’s hit zombie series The Walking Dead. Earlier today, a lawsuit from former showrunner Frank Darabont aired a bunch of the series’ dirty laundry for public consumption,...Show More Summary
The Walking Dead's original showrunner Frank Darabont continues to paint a bizarre (and vulgar) picture about the first two seasons of the show, as his $US280 million ($362.2 million) legal fight against AMC has unveiled thousands of documents and emails from his time on set. In short, he was pissed. More »
Though he was behind the show’s phenomenal pilot episode and acted as showrunner for the whole first season, Frank Darabont was fired from The Walking Dead before the second season due to some sort of unexplained budget argument with AMC, prompting a legal feud that has been raging since 2013. Show More Summary
As far as vicious insults go, Frank Darabont’s emails to AMC executives over The Walking Dead are easily Jonah-level. Darabont, the mind behind every IMDb user’s favorite movie, adapted The Walking Dead for the small screen from Robert Kirkman’s comics, and the show premiered to much acclaim. After being fired ... More »
Frank Darabont's abusive, expletive-ridden emails from his time on "The Walking Dead" surfaced Thursday amid his lawsuit against AMC.
The circumstances behind exactly why Frank Darabont -- who developed Robert Kirkman's comic series The Walking Dead for TV -- was ousted during Season 2 have been the subject of gossip and speculation since it happened in 2011. But court documents from the former showrunner's lawsuit against AMC... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead IV Frank Darabont
Some NSFW e-mails that Frank Darabont sent to Walking Dead producers Gale Ann Hurd and others have become public. And they're seriously savage.