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Reading director Alex Kurtzman's statements on how they'll bring the 1935 classic Bride of Frankenstein to the present with writer David Koepp and director Bill Condon at the head are making me optimistic about how this particular adaptation may give us a unique and subversive look at the Bride.
Director: Bill Condon Genre: Family, Fantasy, Musical Starring: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, Kevin Kline, Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Audra McDonald, Stanley... For more, visit our blog !
Bill Condon will direct Bride of Frankenstein, to be released February 14, 2019. Out of all the movies that are being developed for Universal’s Dark Universe, the one I’m personally most interested in is Bride of Frankenstein. The modern day take on director James Whale’s 1935 masterpiece is next after The Mummy, and the reason […]
New on Blu-ray “Beauty and the Beast (2017)” (Disney/Buena Vista DVD/Blu-ray, $39.99) Given that director Bill Condon’s live-action remake of the Disney animated classic “Beauty and the Beast” carries over the songs, story and a lot of the dialogue from the 1991 film, it’s fair to ask whether there’s...
Though the remake of Beauty and the Beast was pretty loyal to the animated adaptation that Disney brought to the big screen in 1991, it also added some details to the story, including a few original songs. You’ll be able to see evenShow More Summary
Universal announces that Beauty and the Beast director Bill Condon will take on Bride of Frankenstein remake.
The studio also confirmed Johnny Depp as the Invisible Man and Javier Bardem as Frankenstein's Monster. Bill Condon will direct Bride of Frankenstein for a Valentine's Day 2019 release! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Show More Summary
Bill Condon will direct the second Dark Universe film, Bride of Frankenstein The post Universal Reveals Dark Universe Logo, Details for Monster Shared Universe appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Universal Pictures’ relaunch of its classic monster movie characters, starting with the Tom Cruise feature The Mummy on June 9, will be known as the “Dark Universe” franchise. In addition the studio confirmed today what Deadline exclusively...Show More Summary
Beauty and the Beast has officially become the highest grossing PG film of all time. Bill Condon‘s live-action adaptation starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens broke the record this weekend, passing Pixar’s Finding Dory, which previously held the record at $486.3 million domestically and $1.029 billion worldwide. Show More Summary
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