Just last week Universal Pictures locked in on Bill Condon, who directed two of the Twilight sequels as well as the live-action Beauty and the Beast, to direct the remake of The Bride of Frankenstein. Much of the details have wrapped up, including the secrets behind this summer’s The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise. But we think we have […]
Windmills, pitchforks, enraged villagers: honestly, Bill Condon can probably reuse a lot of stuff from the Beauty and the Beast production. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Condon is in talks to direct The Bride of Frankenstein as part of Universal’s classic monster film franchise, a planned universe kicking off in ... More »
In non-Star Wars news today, it looks like we're getting a Bride of Frankenstein reboot thanks to Beauty and the Beast director Bill Condon.
In a few months, we will be getting a reboot of the Universal monster franchise, The Mummy. This film will kick off a shared universe of monsters that contain such iconic characters as the Invisible Man, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the creature from the Black Lagoon, and of course, Dracula. Show More Summary
According to Deadline, Universal Pictures is in talks with director Bill Condon to turn James Whale’s Bride Of Frankenstein—the greatest, most ingeniously strange, and most self-reflexive of all classic monster movies—into a franchise tentpole that will presumably run two-and-a-half hours and have no ending. Show More Summary
Bill Condon, whose Beauty and the Beast remake has become a box office monster with a $1 billion-plus haul worldwide, is reportedly looking to direct the remake of Bride of Frankenstein as part of the new Universal Monsters movie universe. Show More Summary
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Producer Chris Morgan, who is overseeing the creation of the Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe with Alex Kurtzman, has said he doesn't know which Universal Monsters reboot the studio will greenlight to be the second entry in the series, following the June 9th release of THE MUMMY. Show More Summary
This would be some awesome sweetness, let me tell ya! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here - I was at the first screening in the world of Bill Condon's GODS & MONSTERS, which recreates the set of James Whale's classic BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN - and if you haven't seen that film. Show More Summary
The Beauty and the Beast helmer is targeting a new world of gods and monsters The post Bill Condon Eyes Bride of Frankenstein appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Beauty and the Beast helmer Bill Condon looks to join Universal's MonsterVerse as the director of the Bride of Frankenstein remake. The post Bride of Frankenstein Eyes Beauty & the Beast Director Bill Condon appeared first on CBR.
EXCLUSIVE: Bill Condon, who directed the live-action Beauty and the Beast into a $1B+ worldwide box office monster for Disney, is in early talks to take the helm of a remake of a film in the Universal Pictures monster universe. We hear...Show More Summary
Collider reports: Disney’s live-action musical remake of Beauty and the Beast is a box office smash, and it’s officially crossed the ultimate benchmark for studio tentpoles — $1 billion at the worldwide box office. Bill Condon‘s spin...Show More Summary
Disney’s Beauty And The Beast hit a pair of major milestones on Tuesday as it continues an enchanted box office dance around the world. Bill Condon’s update on the 1991 animated classic became the 26th film in history to cross $400M domestically, and has also hit a nice round $900M worldwide. Show More Summary
Last week North Carolina passed legislation that aimed to reverse the state's so-called "bathroom bill." But many in the LGBT community say the new law still allows and condones discrimination.
Warning: this post contains implied homosexual spoilers. A few weeks ago, news broke that the new live-action Beauty and the Beast would feature its first openly gay character. The film's director, Bill Condon, confirmed the info inShow More Summary
Walt Disney’s hit live-action fantasy “Beauty and the Beast” continued its global waltz, drawing huge business in the world’s second-largest film market. The musical, directed by Bill Condon, earned $44.7 million in its first three days in China, the single biggest contributor to foreign ticket...
“BEAUTY AND THE BEAST” enjoyed a marketing boost in the weeks before its release. Bill Condon, the director, announced that the film features the first “exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie”: LeFou (Josh Gad) fancies other men.
(In our Spoiler Reviews, we take a deep dive into a new release and get to the heart of what makes it tick…and every story point is up for discussion. In this entry: Bill Condon’s Beauty and the Beast.) Once Walt Disney Pictures began...Show More Summary