It was only last month that we let you guys know that there is a JUDGE DREDD series in the works and if that wasn't cool enough, then we got word that DREDD star Karl Urban might be returning as the Dredd himself. Now that we have...Show More Summary
Legendary comic character Judge Dredd will be getting a TV show of his own. Now we have some bad news and some good news about what's the come.
For 40 years, Judge Dredd and 2000AD have kept British comics weird. The magazine's creator, Pat Mills, explains why they can do it again. The post Pat Mills on 40 Years of 2000AD & Judge Dredd’s Underground Roots appeared first on ...
- based on the comic 2000 AD, the same series that Judge Dredd came from - tells the story of Rogue, a soldier genetically created to fight a battle on a planet that was bombed with chemical weapons - the goal is to win the war and take...Show More Summary
Unfortunately, Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens fails to live up to the hype of any of those films and just isn't any greater than the sum of its parts. The post Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens #4 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
It's the all-time funkiest Dredd as Funko takes over Mega-City One! IDW's Judge Dredd: Funko Universe by John Layman, Francesco Gaston & Troy Little. The post Judge Dredd: Funko Universe (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW) appeared first on CBR.
If Judge Dredd has an equal in pages of 2000AD, it's Strontium Dog’s Johnny Alpha.
Karl Urban, who portrayed Judge Dredd in the 2012 comic book adaptation, has been incredibly vocal and supportive of returning to the role in a potential sequel. Much like Hellboy, it felt inevitable, although it was taking forever for something substantial to happen. Two weeks ago it was announced that IM Global and independent U.K. […]
Welcome to the AITH: WEEKLY WRAP-UP of the week May 15th-19th, 2017. This week we learned Zac fcking Efron will be playing Ted Bundy, Karl Urban may return as Judge Dredd, McBride & Green's HALLOWEEN shoots this fall and much,...Show More Summary
It was only a week or so ago now that we first shared the news that Judge Dredd was making his way back to the screen - this time in the form of a TV series called JUDGE DREDD: MEGA-CITY ONE. Like many of you, I was excited as hell to...Show More Summary
Should his schedule allow it, Karl Urban could return as Judge Dredd.
In today’s edition of sequel bits: Dwayne Johnson discusses a Hobbs and Shaw movie. A new logo for next summer’s Untitled Bumblebee Movie. A clip from Despicable Me 3. Talk of Karl Urban playing Judge Dredd again. And more. Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham are getting their very own Fast and Furious spin-off from writer Chris Morgan. Show More Summary
Sony might have a shortlist to play its first Valiant Comics hero. A former Game of Thrones star joins Amazon’s Philip K. Dick anthology. There’s a tiny chance Karl Urban could be part of the Judge Dredd TV show. Plus, trailers for Arrow and Flash’s season finales, and new Star Trek: Discovery pictures. Spoilers now! Read more...
For anyone who has ever sat down and read a single issue of 2000 AD’s Judge Dredd comic, they knew the first film released in 1995 starring Sylvester Stallone was a far cry from the source material. Thankfully, Hollywood got its act together in 2012 and released Dredd starring Karl Urban in the titular role. […]
What’s a Dredd TV show without Judge freakin’ Dredd himself? The TV show may be slowly but surely making in-roads into appearing on our screens but there’s been very little in the way of concrete information
Producer Brian Jenkins says that Karl Urban could reprise his role from Dredd in the upcoming Judge Dredd TV show.
A planned Judge Dredd TV show needs to learn from Sylvester Stallone's reviled 1995 adaptation as much as from the 2012 fan fave movie.
The long campaign for a Dredd sequel looks to have paid off.
With real life feeling more like fiction everyday, it's ironic that the team behind the British comic character Judge Dredd is working on a new TV series.
Judge Dredd is coming to a TV screen near you some time in the near-future, but it’s not what some may have been hoping for