The classic board game MONSTERPOCAYLPSE is getting the movie treatment, something that has been happening a lot in Hollywood with all the movies getting made about classic games and the such. The film is going to have Fede Alvarez at the helm, and he will also help in providing a script for the it along with Rodo Sayagues. Show More Summary
EVIL DEAD's Fede Alvarez has been attached to adapt the film MONSTERPOCALYPSE, based on the popular cult board game. The project, which sounds an awful lot like PACIFIC RIM, has been caught in the maelstrom of a bidding war. Until today. Show More Summary
After a massive bidding war, Warner Bros. comes out victorious by landing the rights to Monsterpocalypse, which is to be directed by Evil Dead‘s Fede Alavarez, who also directed this summer’s awesome Don’t Breathe, which Trace called “like Hitchcock on crack.” Monsterpocalypse is a board game (read all about it here) from Privateer Press that pits […]
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After a bidding war with DreamWorks, Sony and other studios, Warner Bros. has secured the rights to adapt the cult board game to film.
Summer starts on Thursday night at 7PM with Disney’s Captain America: Civil War set to send seismic waves through the box office. This is a Marvel superhero clash that fanboys and crowds have been waiting for, and unlike Warner Bros.’ Batman...Show More Summary
Almost two years after Warner Bros. officially announced that it was making an Aquaman movie, Harriet Tubman—an actual American hero who did cooler stuff than Aquaman ever did—is finally getting a movie of her own as well. This comes from Deadline, which says the movie will be called Harriet and that Homeland director Seith Mann will be directing. Show More Summary
The long rumored but never confirmed SPACE JAM sequel with LeBron James, is finally real and on its way. Warner Bros. Pictures has signed FAST AND FURIOUS series and STAR TREK BEYOND director Justin Lin to direct SPACE JAM 2 with LeBron James.
GLAAD released its fourth annual Studio Responsibility Index (SRI) today, a report card gauging representations of LGBT people in films released by major Hollywood studios last year.
It was recently rumored that Director James Wan may be leaving Aquaman due to creative differences with Warner Bros.
It’s no secret that there’s a deluge of Hollywood remakes and reboots as of late, and “Space Jam 2” may have just secured a top-tier director. “Fast and Furious” helmsman Justin Lin is in talks with Warner Bros to take on the project,...Show More Summary
The worst kept secret in Hollywood is that LeBron James has wanted to make a sequel to the Loony Tunes movie Space Jam. Everybody knew that this was a project that Warner Bros. and LeBron were trying to make happen, however every time the topic came up, the response was that it wouldn't happen anytime soon. Show More Summary
Over two years ago, a rumor began circulating that Warner Bros. Pictures might be putting together a Space Jam sequel with NBA player and Trainwreck star LeBron James in the lead role. However, shortly after the rumor spread it was shot down. Show More Summary
Lately, Warner Bros.‘s DC Extended Universe has been plagued with rumors, some true like The Flash losing its director, some not so true like Aquaman losing its director, but today brings a more pleasant rumor for the fledgling interconnected movie universe. Show More Summary
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Ben Affleck's take on Batman was the best thing about Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. He proved so awesome in the role that Warner Bros. has pretty much given him the keys to the castle when it comes to crafting his upcoming Batman film. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. and Ben Affleck are currently hard at work developing a new Batman solo film, after the actor made his debut as Gotham’s most famous son in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. The latest news regarding the blockbuster is very exciting, too, because it’s now been teased that Ben Affleck, who is both... Show More Summary
All is not well in the DC Extended Universe, the cinematic land Zack Snyder once ruled unchecked. Following the critical drubbing of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, there are rumors that Warner Bros. wants to take a more hands-on approach with Justice League Part One, which has reportedly caused tension between the studio and Snyder. Show More Summary
In today’s edition of Sequel Bits: Watch new TV spot for Finding Dory. Fast 8 celebrates the start of production in Cuba. Guillermo del Toro confirms that he’s still writing The Haunted Mansion. Legendary and Warner Bros. face a lawsuit over Kong: Skull Island. Show More Summary
The "Saw" and "Furious 7" helmer responds to recent reports that suggest he's leaving Warner Bros.' "Aquaman" film.
After the fallout of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, audiences have made one thing clear: Ben Affleck was the bomb as Batman, yo. So obviously, DC Comics and Warner Bros were more than happy to fast track the solo Batman film, with Affleck serving as the writer, director, and star of the picture. Show More Summary