For a while there, it looked like Len Wiseman was going to follow up his unasked-for Total Recall remake with an unasked-for The Mummy reboot. But then he had second thoughts, and dropped out to focus instead on his TV series Sleepy Hollow. Show More Summary
Before taking on the lackluster remake of Total Recall in 2012, director Len Wiseman hadn't been behind the camera since 2007 with the equally disappointing sequel Live Free or Die Hard. Last year Wiseman directed the pilot for the seemingly...Show More Summary
Len Wiseman (Total Recall, Sleepy Hollow) is set to direct Black Chapter, about an FBI agent drawn into a top secret military program in which spies train in paranormal abilities. Skydance Productions is co-financing and producing the science fiction thriller, scripted by Zak Penn (X-Men: The Last Stand) from a story conjured up by Penn and Wiseman. Show More Summary
Underworld and Total Recall director Len Wiseman, pictured, has come on board to helm a supernatural thriller entitled Black Chapter, which will be produced and co-financed by Skydance Productions, says Variety. “The story follows a FBI agent who is drawn into a classified military program that trains its operatives to use paranormal abilities.” Zak Penn [...]
Len Wiseman, the man behind Underworld, Live Free or Die Hard and the Total Recall reboot, is set to direct a supernatural thriller called Black Chapter, Variety reports. Zak Penn ( Last Action Hero, The Incredible Hulk will provideShow More Summary
Probably the best part of the overall dreadful remake of Paul Verhoeven's Total Recall by Len Wiseman was the three breasted sex worker. Purely because she reminded us of the original — and nothing else did. And now newly revealed concept art shows that she went through many different versions. NSFW because boobs, three of them to be precise. Read more...
Director Len Wiseman is no longer a part of Universal’s reboot of The Mummy. The Universal project was suppose to be his followup to Total Recall, but word is the director has dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. Still, the … Continue reading ?
The Total Recall director bowed out due to scheduling issues, but the Universal Pictures project is still moving forward. [...]
Director and "Underworld" franchise mastermind Len Wiseman had been on board to direct Universal's reboot of The Mummy as his next project following the Total Recall remake, but now he's had to drop out of the project due to scheduling...Show More Summary
Stepping out for some fresh air and sunshine, Kate Beckinsale showed up at a friend’s house in Pacific Palisades, California on Sunday (March 3). The “Total Recall” actress was joined by her husband Len Wiseman and daughter (from her...Show More Summary
British actor Tom Mison (Salmon Fishing In The Yemen; pictured) has landed the lead in “Sleepy Hollow,” Fox’s drama pilot written by Alex Kurtzman, Bob Orci and Phillip Iscove and directed by Len Wiseman (Underworld, Total Recall), reports Deadline. “A modern–day supernatural thriller based on “The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow,” the project follows Ichabod Crane [...]
Universal’s efforts to ensure that its reboot of its remake of its bootmake of The Mummy has already included assigning it to Len Wiseman, whose work on the Underworld series and the recent Total Recall remake has demonstrated he has...Show More Summary
We reported many months ago that Total Recall director Len Wiseman would be directing a reboot of The Mummy franchise at Universal and last we'd heard, a script was being written by Prometheus writer Jon Spaihts. Vulture is now reporting...Show More Summary
The world was not impressed with Len Wiseman's TOTAL RECALL remake. It got slammed by critics and dismissed by the general public. (It grossed a tepid $200 million worldwide against a budget of $125 million.) Why did it have such trouble?...Show More Summary
Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, and Jessica Biel star in this adaptation of the Philip K. Dick short story, on Blu-ray and DVD today! [...]
The Total Recall remake and the newest Resident Evil movie dominate this week's DVD and Blu-ray releases. Say, do you know the difference between Total Recall director Len Wiseman and Resident Evil's Paul W.S. Anderson? More »
Total Recall remake director Len Wiseman says his version of The Mummy would be a modern horror flick, according to Cinema Blend. Universal and Wiseman are teaming up for another version of the classic monster movie. However, the filmmaker said his take on the story won’t involve Indiana Jones-style theatrics or Brendan Fraser. “There was [...]Show More Summary
Director Len Wiseman (Underworld, Total Recall) says his 'Mummy' reboot takes place in a modern setting and offer an 'epic' treatment of the horror icon.
Oh yeah, you thought they had forgot, didn’t you? But no, Len Wiseman is still working towards making the remake of The Mummy his next film, and while out promoting the DVD release of Total Recall, Wiseman had some words about his next project, courtesy of Movie Web: “There was skepticism. The difference between the [...]
By now you probably know that Len Wiseman (Underworld, Total Recall (2012)) will be directing The Mummy remake. And you probably know that Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (co-writers of Transformers, Star Trek, Cowboys And Aliens) are producing it (and a Van Helsing remake), for Universal. The Mummy is one of the all time iconic [...]