Actor Johnny Depp has signed on to star in Universal Pictures' remake of "THE INVISIBLE MAN." Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan are producing a new line-up of classic Universal monster films by revamping them for today's audience. The film...Show More Summary
The CBS All Access subscription service is suddenly looking a whole lot more essential. CBS, who had previously announced that Alex Kurtzman (co-writer on all three Paramount Star Trek movies) was going to […]
DEAD LIKE ME / WONDERFALLS / PUSHING DAISIES / HANNIBAL Creator Bryan Fuller Co-Creating CBS’ STAR TREK Streaming Series!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Alex Kurtzman, who co-wrote the last two “Star Trek” movies, has taken on Bryan Fuller to help him create the CBS All Access’ “Star Trek” This is the best possible news. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller is boldly going where he has gone before. The writer-producer has been named the co-creator and showrunner of CBS' newStar Trek series alongside Alex Kurtzman, the network announced Tuesday. Fuller began his career on Star...Show More Summary
'Hannibal' creator Bryan Fuller has come aboard to serve as showrunner for CBS' new 'Star Trek' series, and co-write the script with Alex Kurtzman.
Months ago it was reported Tom Cruise was in negotiations to headline Universal’s third recent attempt to revive their classic monsters. Now, it’s been confirmed Cruise will indeed star in director Alex Kurtzman‘s (People Like Us) remake of The Mummy. Show More Summary
It’s a tired habit to describe any reboot as “not your father’s [insert name of property here].” But we can definitively say that Alex Kurtzman‘s upcoming The Mummy will not be your father’s The Mummy. How do we know? Well, for starters, she’ll be a woman. Show More Summary
She'd play a female version of the iconic movie monster in the Alex Kurtzman film The post Kingsman’s Sofia Boutella in Talks for The Mummy appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Sofia Boutella, who had a breakout role in "Kingsman: The Secret Service," is in talks to play the titular role in Universal's "The Mummy." Back in October director Alex Kurtzman and writer Jordan Spaihts were open to the idea of gender-bending the character made famous by Boris Karloff in the 1932 original. Show More Summary
Variety reports that actor Tom Cruise is in talks to headline director Alex Kurtzman’s “The Mummy” reboot for Universal Pictures. Universal recently tapped Kurtzman and “Fast & Furious” producer Chris Morgan to oversee their classicShow More Summary
Alex Kurtzman's Universal Monsters feature film has found its star The post Tom Cruise to Face… The Mummy! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Tom Cruise may be starring in the new reboot for The Mummy series! The first movie was released in 1999 and starred actor Brendan Fraser in the title role. Alex Kurtzman is set to direct and Universal would not comment on the casting, Variety reports. Universal reportedly wants to launch a whole “monster franchise” and [...]
The "Mission: Impossible" star is currently in talks to join Universal's modern day reboot of "The Mummy" directed by Alex Kurtzman.
Universal announced plans to revive its classic monster lineup, in a series of films to be directed by Alex Kurtzman (‘Transformers’) and Chris Morgan (‘Furious 7’).
Variety recently had an exclusive interview with Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley and “Furious 7” producer Chris Morgan. Universal tapped Morgan and screenwriter Alex Kurtzman (“Transformers”, “Star Trek”) to revive their classic...Show More Summary
In a new chat with Variety, writers Alex Kurtzman (Transformers) and Chris Morgan (Furious 7) have expanded upon the new world of Universal Monsters that they will be creating, beginning with The Mummy, which films in 2016. Their goal is to bring the classic monsters that we know and love and give them a modern […]
The Mummy will be the first in the extensive series of films The post Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan Talk Shared Universal Monsters Universe appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Development on the Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe, which is being overseen by "narrative architects" Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan, is coming along a bit more slowly than I would have expected, which may be a good thing. Show More Summary
Producer Alex Kurtzman is currently developing the latest iteration of the beloved science fiction series Star Trek, which is set to launch in January 2017 on the CBS All Access, a digital subscription channel in the United States. David Stapf, president of CBS Television Studios, openly expressed his excitement about the project. There is no […]
Star Trek is returning to the small-screen in January 2017! NuTrek writer and producer (for the first two films) Alex Kurtzman will executive produce, along with Heather Kadin - The pair have worked on several TV series together previously,...Show More Summary