- during its first four days on the market, it sold about 132,000 copies - sold less than half of Fates (304,000 from Birthright, Conquest, and the Special Edition combined) - New Mystery of the Emblem (a remake), which came out for DS in July 2010, sold 136,000 copies in its first week, - sold through 80 percent of its initial shipment
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Did you know that the hit song “Despacito (Remix)” was Justin Bieber‘s idea? The 23-year-old singer was the one who contacted Luis Fonsi to put together the remake of the track, featuring Daddy Yankee. It’s a good thing, too, because it was an instant success! In fact, it’s the first Spanish-language song to make it [...]
In case you hadn’t heard, there’s a remake of the classic 1970s amateur talent contest TV series The Gong Show coming to ABC in June. The show featured contestants displaying odd, questionable talents in front of a panel of celebrity...Show More Summary
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Director Akiva Goldsman and producer Jason Blum announced they're making a Firestarter remake at the Stanley Film Festival last night.
Veteran writer/producer Akiva Goldsman will direct a new adaptation of Stephen King's acclaimed 1980 novel. The post Universal Rekindles Firestarter Remake appeared first on CBR.
It's good to be the King! Akiva Goldsman, the Oscar winning scribe of A BEAUTIFUL MIND, is set to direct a remake of Stephen King's FIRESTARTER for Blumhouse and Universal. Deadline dropped the news, relaying word from Jason Blum himself at the Overlook Film Festival in Mt. Show More Summary
You can’t keep a good Firestarter down. After the opening night screening at the Overlook Film Festival tonight, Akiva Goldsman and Jason Blum announced that they would be teaming up once again to bring Stephen King’s classic pyrokinetic tale back to the big screen. Show More Summary
Add "Firestarter" to the growing list of remakes of Stephen King movies: New versions of "It" and a TV series of "The Mist" are already headed our way. The 1984 version of "Firestarter" starred Drew Barrymore as a young girl with pyrokinetic abilities who's abducted by the government because -- of course -- they want to use her as a weapon. Show More Summary
It's a bit vague, but Capcom claims that a "major title" will be out before March 31, 2018 -- a title that they haven't unveiled yet. Okay so it's very vague, but at least we know that Capcom isn't just relying on remakes and remasters. Speaking...Show More Summary
Leigh Lahav has created a clever animated short for the How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) YouTube channel that illustrates the five stages of watching a Disney movie remake. Related Laughing Squid PostsAn Animated Short by Leigh Lahav Illustrating the Five Stages of Watching a Marvel MovieThe Five Stages of Watching a Young Adult MovieAn […]
It’s a very good time to be a Stephen King fan. Besides It and The Dark Tower movies on the way and The Mist coming to TV, there’s now another King story getting retold on the big screen: a new adaptation of his 1980 novel, Firestarter. Read more...
The original 1984 film starred a young Drew Barrymore The post Akiva Goldsman to Direct Firestarter Remake for Universal and Blumhouse appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The work of Stephen King seems to go through cycles of popularity. Right now we're in one of his "hot" periods as several of his works are being made into films. Now, this includes plans to remake one of the works that's already seen a film adaptation.
The Overlook Film Festival is well underway in Denver, Colorado, where out very own Kalyn Corrigan will be on site bringing us news, reviews and more throughout the weekend. Very late last night, following the world premiere of Blumhouse’s Stephanie, Jason Blum and director Akiva Goldsman announced that they’re collaborating once again on a remake […]
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Breaking news out of The Overlook Film Festival. Read more...
Stephen King’s classic Firestarter will be ablaze on the big screen again in a remake with Oscar winner Akiva Goldsman behind the camera. Goldsman and Blumhouse’s Jason Blum announced the news tonight during the Overlook Film Festival at Timberline Lodge in Mt. Show More Summary
The Great Outdoors isn’t the greatest movie that John Hughes, Dan Aykroyd, or John Candy ever made. But it does hold a certain nostalgic appeal (especially the iconic scene where Candy pits himself against a massive 96-ounce steak, with Aykroyd as his impromptu ringside coach). Show More Summary