Deadline is reporting that Fox has issued a pilot order for its in-development TV remake of Lethal Weapon, tapping go-to Hollywood explosions enthusiast McG to direct. Developed by Chuck and Forever producer Matt Miller, the series will...Show More Summary
The adventure continues. After spending years in development, an updated remake of Adventures in Babysitting is set to make its debut on Disney Channel later this summer. The...
Things are poised to get lethal on Fox. The network has ordered its Lethal Weapon TV remake to pilot with Damon Wayans as your new Roger Murtaugh. Danny Glover played the part in the original...
The trailer for the History Channel’s Roots remake is here to tease the retelling of Alex Haley’s story of Kunta Kinte and his descendants whose lives were devastated time and again by slavery, but still found a way to establish and hand down family traditions—and pride—through generations. Show More Summary
It’s not clear that it would even be legal in the United States.
The HD remake of Deadpool is currently available for just $24.99 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game follows the popular Marvel Comics anti-hero in a third-person action game published by Activision. The usual price is $49.99, making Deadpool an absolute steal if you haven't yet got this game in your collection....
As we reported back in October, the intense and brutal 2007 French film INSIDE is being given the remake treatment by Spain-based production company Nostromo Pictures, with KIDNAPPED director Miguel Ángel Vivas set to direct from...Show More Summary
The 2016 CABIN FEVER has been described as an exact scene-for-scene remake of Eli Roth’s original, while also coming billed as featuring “new characters and new kills.” Neither turns out to be exactly the case, but one thing it indisputably lacks is a reason to exist. The film that launched Roth’s career in 2003 was […]
One of the most appropriate ways to review a film like "Cabin Fever" would be to copy and paste Roger's words on Eli Roth's 2002 original. Yes, this is one of those questionably greedy, xeroxed remakes, where its business is in restating, not just restarting or rebooting, what the original has done. Show More Summary
To give credit where it’s due, this lukewarm mess of a movie delivers what its title promises. The directorial debut of Adam Alleca, who also wrote the script (his best-known prior work was writing the execrable 2009 remake of “The Last...Show More Summary
Sometimes, a show comes along that leaves the audience awestruck. If successful, any attempt to remake the show is met with heavy skepticism and the resulting film had better deliver. Alex Haley’s Roots, which first aired in 1977, brought the plight of the Negro slave in America front and center. The History Channel has taken on this massive Keep Reading ?
Yes, this is the fourth Cabin Fever movie...and it ought to be the last.
CBS Entertainment has announced plans to remake the classic television series Nancy Drew. White women need not apply.
Never underestimate a mother’s protective fury! Back in October ScreenDaily reported that [REC] writers Jaume Balagueró and Manu Diez, Kidnapped director Miguel Ángel Vivas and producers Adrián Guerra and Núria Valls of Nostromo Pictures (Buried, Red Lights) were joining forces on thriller Inside. Show More Summary
Malachi Kirby leads an all-star cast as Kunte Kinte in the first trailer for A&E's remake of the iconic miniseries 'Roots', debuting in May.
One criticism often lobbed against remakes is that they dumb down the originals. "Cabin Fever," the namesake remake of Eli Roth's 2003 directorial debut, is guilty as charged. Director Travis Z forgoes character introduction and development such that the main roles (including "Teen Wolf's" Gage...
History's Roots remake will premiere on Memorial Day, the network announced Thursday. The eight-hour event series will begin May 30 at 9/8c, simulcast on History, A&E and Lifetime, and will continue over four consecutive nights. Roots, based on Alex Haley's 1976 book of the same name, begins with... Read More >
The History Channel just shared the first trailer for their upcoming Roots miniseries remake. Like the original 1977 TV mega-event and the book on which it’s based, it depicts Kunta Kinte’s forced journey from Gambia to America via the slave trade, and his and his family’s experiences in and out of slavery. …Read More
The History Channel has released the first trailer for the upcoming remake of ROOTS. Trailer provides a promising gritty retelling of the 1977 original. The eight-hour-long miniseries will debut this coming Memorial Day. The miniseries stars Forest Whitaker, Laurence Fishburne, Anna Paquin, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Show More Summary
Nearly 40 years after the debut of one of TV's biggest events, the History Channel is revisiting Roots with a rebooted mini-series about literature's most famous semi-fictional slave, Kunta Kinte. This time around, British actor Malachi Kirby will star as Kinte, originally played by LeVar Burton, who is now an... More »