It may be hard to remember at this point, but Liam Neeson started his career starring in more serious, low key fare. Sure he had titles like the Dirty Harry movie The Dead Pool and Sam Raimi’sDarkman on his resume to balance out more...Show More Summary
Hollywood never learns from its own mistakes. Partially what made Sam Raimi’s ‘Spiderman 3? so bad was the overloading of villains. That, and the stupid Venom story the studio forced him to include. Then BAM, in order to keep the movie rights to the character, Sony scrambled to put out a new Spidey film on […]
One of the complaints many people have about the pop culture poster scene is that the same handful of movies keep getting posters. It’s a valid argument. Massively popular films like Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, The Big Lebowski and Kill Bill do have infinitely more posters than their smaller counterparts. Show More Summary
When the 2013 remake of EVIL DEAD was announced it seemed far from a groovy idea. Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and gang made some of the most wildly creative gore flicks ever made and to even revisit it in anything other than a sequel to the original trilogy seemed blasphemy. Show More Summary
One of the most exciting bits of news to come out of San Diego Comic-Con last month was the announcement that Sony and Sam Raimi (THE EVIL DEAD) are preparing a feature film adaptation of Naughty Dog's THE LAST OF US videogame. Recently...Show More Summary
With talk of Sam Raimi developing a TV series from the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise, it seems a sequel to the remake is dead.
Don't expect a sequel to the reboot of Sam Raimi's classic.
In Scenic Routes, Mike D’Angelo looks at key movie scenes, explaining how they work and what they mean. When Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man hit theaters in May of 2002, movies based on comic books weren’t the dominating cultural force that they’ve since become. Show More Summary
Last time we saw Maisie Williams, we were reporting her involvement in Sam Raimi’s video game adaptation The Last Of Us on our sparkling new Google+ page. Good to see that she’s not suffering from typecasting, and jobs outside of playing Arya Stark are knocking on her Moon Door. But no matter what she’s doing […]
This got a little bit buried in the total onslaught of SDCC news last weekend: During his panel, where he discussed the upcoming film adaptation of the horror video game “The Last of Us,” producer-writer-director Sam Raimi revealed that he is working on writing an Evil Dead TV series, along with his brother Ivan, and […]
The Evil Dead and Bruce Campbell… TV show. Bruce Campbell will be in an Evil Dead TV show. The fact that there will be an Evil Dead with Bruce Campbell Television show would be enough, but Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell have separately confirmed it. At this year’s San Diego Comic Con last Friday, Sam
Bruce Campbell will star; plus, he will co-write with Sam and Ivan Raimi read more
Superhero movies, comics, TV, and pretty much just all kinds of media are better with a sense of humor. The worst part about Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy was the glaring omission of Peter's wit. This alleged Deadpool test footage is...Show More Summary
Uh, remember how when Sam Raimi announced at Comic-Con that he and his brother Ted were working on an Evil Dead TV series and that Bruce Campbell was somehow involved? And I figured he could be doing anything from starring to producing? Turns out it's the former. Groovy. Read more...
"Hail to the king, baby." On Friday we learned that Sam Raimi was developing a television series based on his EVIL DEAD franchise alongside his brother Ivan and Ash himself, Bruce Campbell. Now Campbell has taken to Twitter to answer a fans concerns about his involvement, sharing that the plan is for Campbell to star in the series. Show More Summary
Bruce Campbell reveals that 'the plan' is for him to star in the recently announced 'Evil Dead' TV show from Sam Raimi.
Bruce Campbell confirms that he will headline Sam Raimi's 'Evil Dead' series, hinting at his return as iconic horror hero Ash. [...]
Back on Friday Sam Raimi broke the news out of the ongoing San Diego Comic-Con that he’s been developing a television series based on his The Evil Dead franchise. He also explained on the “The Last of Us” panel that he and his brother Ivan, along with Bruce Campbell, are currently writing the “Evil Dead” […]
It was revealed during the Screen Gems panel on Friday that Sam Raimi, his brother and Bruce Campbell are working on an Evil Dead television series. Tonight, Campbell posted a quick update on Twitter that offers some very welcome news to Evil Dead fans: Ash will be the star of the series. Check out Campbell's response to a fan:
While he wasn't on the official schedule for Comic Con, Spiderman director Sam Raimi popped by the Screen Gems panel to receive an Inkpot award and talk about producing Neil Druckmann's post-apocalyptic video game, The Last of Us. The game follows two survivors — Joel and the fourteen year old... More »