By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger: Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Thursday May 9. Reckless Speculative Generals: Tesla (TSLA), Micron (MU), Boston Scientific (BSX), Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR), Barnes & Noble (BKS). Show More Summary
The power six, plus two. That's how ESPN laid out its breakdown of every conference in America. Of course, the Mountain West is one of those "plus two" conferences. At least, it was a "plus two." Much of the nation got its first glimpse...Show More Summary
[ 9 March, 2013; 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. ] Ever since the madness that was Game of Foams, ‘battle gaming’ has become very popular in Canberra. So much so, that the original event organisers Canberra & Southern NSW Dart Tag started up a new group just to cater for the ‘sword and board’ enthusiasts. So say hello to The Hundred Swords. ‘Battle gaming’, ‘live action [...]
Is your college one of the 68 on pace to be invited to March Madness in eight weeks? Seven Big Ten teams are based on their projected RPIs, topping the Big East, Big 12 and Mountain West with six each. Syracuse won the battle of the Big East's two projected No. Show More Summary
Today's news wrap up includes Guillermo del Toro trying once more with 'At the Mountains of Madness,' Brad Pitt considering 'Pontius Pilate,' and 'Drunk History' coming to cable.
Earlier today I had the pleasure of writing an update piece about Guillermo del Toro and his continuing attempts to get a Hulk television series and the At the Mountains of Madness project going. Now, it looks like the guy just isn’t busy enough, cause he’s taking on something more. Just a rumor under the [...]
The Pacific Rim director reveals that At the Mountains of Madness may still move forward in the near future with Tom Cruise. [...]
The world of television and film production is a terribly unpredictable thing. What’s here today is gone tomorrow and then right back in production come Wednesday morning tea-time. The latest Hollywood flip-flop involves the potential works of the great and powerful Guillermo del Toro. It looks like he’s going to be giving another shot at [...]
Your daily grain of salt here, please take me before reading this article. Guillermo del Toro, the man of a million projects (wisely) in development, has made overtures about giving his H.P. Lovecraft adaptation of At the Mountains of Madness another shot. The project died at Universal back in 2011 due to budget issues, and [...]
He's planning a big presentation.
As we're all well aware, Guillermo del Toro's dream project is an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS. The project had life for a short while at Universal before the studio shut it down (thanks to concerns about the budget and proposed R rating), which led del Toro to turn his attention to PACIFIC RIM. Show More Summary
Although the project has met with quite a few hardships, Guillermo del Toro is still determined to bring At the Mountains of Madness to the big screen. Today he told The Playlist that there's still hope for the H.P. Lovecraft adaptation. "I'm going to try it one more time," del Toro told the site. Show More Summary
It was a sad day when Universal pulled the plug on Guillermo del Toro's passion project film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness in 2011. The Hellboy director went on to direct Pacific Rim instead (which hits theaters...Show More Summary
On the final day of the year, the Mountain West is the second-ranked conference in the country, ahead of all power conferences besides the Big Ten. Six teams from this mid-major are in my bracket projections this week, and eight of the nine member schools are above.500. Show More Summary
What might lurk beneath Antarctica’s 5 million square miles of ice was the subject of speculation by sci-fi writers in the 1930s. One of the icy products this subgenre of Antarctic Goth horror spawned is HP Lovecraft’s novella, The Mountains...
Guillermo del Toro is set to direct a haunted house film titled 'Crimson Peak' - and he still hopes to make 'At the Mountains of Madness' somewhere down the line.
The Pacific Rim director is reuniting with Legendary Pictures for this haunted house thriller, At the Mountains of Madness may follow. [...]
While Guillermo del Toro‘s biggest movies (prior to next year’s Pacific Rim) have been derived from comic book characters (Hellboy and Blade), his best work to date has been sourced from a certain supernatural influence. The Devil’s Backbone, Cronos, and Pan’s Labyrinth are either literally ghost stories, or very much kin to them. And now [...]
Ever since Elena became a vampire, she's starting walking down the mountain of sanity into the world of crazy. Now that she's killed a human, it looks like she's about to reach the bottom.
Although Universal Pictures won't be delivering Guillermo Del Toro's now cancelled At the Mountains of Madness, the studio will be bringing to the screen Gramma, the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired short story written by Stephen King for his 1985 short story anthology "Skeleton Crew". Show More Summary