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Sunday, October 26, 2014


LEGO Movie Helmers Phil Lord and Chris Miller Return to Write Sequel

2 hours 1 minute ago - Coming Soon
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the writers and directors of The LEGO Movie have signed a deal to write the sequel for Warner Bros., according to Deadline. There's no word yet on whether they'll direct it as well again

Academy Award Winner Adam Davidson to Direct The Walking Dead Companion Series Pilot

Yesterday - Coming Soon
Things are starting to gear up for AMC's upcoming companion series to "The Walking Dead," as Deadline brings word that Academy Award winner Adam Davidson has been brought on to helm the pilot episode of the new series. Davidson won the Best Live Action Short Film Oscar back in 1991 for The Lunch Date and has gone on to direct countless episodes of...

Full 16-Minute Quantum Break Gameplay Demo Online

Yesterday - Coming Soon
At gamescom, Remedy Entertainment has revealed the full Quantum Break gameplay demo that they first debuted at gamescom earlier this year. You can watch the 16-minute demo, narrated by Remedy's creative director Sam Lake, using the video below!

The Nolans Do Not Have a Hand in the Upcoming DC Cinematic Universe

2 days ago - Coming Soon
Although The Dark Knight trilogy helmer Christopher Nolan both provided the story and served as producer on Zack Snyder's apparent DC Cinematic Universe launcher Man of Steel, don't expect Nolan or his brother, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises screenwriter Jonathan Nolan, to be eyeing any of the films on Warner Bros.' massive upcoming slat...

Paul Greengrass to Direct Berlin Wall Escape Tale The Tunnels

2 days ago - Coming Soon
Academy Award winning director Paul Greengrass is taking the director's chair on The Tunnels, an upcoming true story about an escape through tunnels dug the Berlin Wall in a pre-reunificated Germany. Variety reports that the film will be based on a book proposal by author Greg Mitchell. Mitchell himself soon confirmed the news on his official site

Warner Bros. Picks Up 'World Breaker' Epic from 'The Signal' Director

2 days ago - First Showing
If you haven't taken the time to seek out the cool indie sci-fi thriller The Signal, it's available on Blu-Ray & DVD as well as various digital download services. The film is stylish, has a great mystery, and marked the sophomore directing effort of Will Eubank. Now Warner Bros. has decided to give Eubank his next project with World Breaker, based... by Ethan Anderton

'Foxcatcher' Director of Photography to Lens First 'Star Wars' Spin-Off

2 days ago - First Showing
Briefly: Normally we don't go out of our way to report who the director of photography (or cinematographer) will be on a film unless we're big fans, but it's not that busy of a news day, and it's been awhile since we've had any real Star Wars related updates. While we don't know what the first Star Wars spin-off film coming in December of 2016 will... by Ethan Anderton

Sound Off: Keanu Reeves in 'John Wick' - So What Did You Think?

2 days ago - First Showing
Now that you've seen it, what did you think? Don't Set Him Off! Now in theaters is one of the best action movie sleeper hits of the year, John Wick, starring Keanu Reeves as John Wick, directed by two stuntmen - David Leitch & Chad Stahelski. Reeves plays an ex-hitman who comes out of retirement to track down the Russian mobsters that took everythi... by Alex Billington

The Lord of the Rings' Billy Boyd Performs End Title Song for The Hobbit

2 days ago - Coming Soon
Gearing up for the December 17, 2014, release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, filmmakers Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens announced today that Billy Boyd will perform the film's end title song, "The Last Goodbye," which he co-wrote with the filmmakers

Warner Bros. to Remake German Blockbuster, Who Am I

2 days ago - Coming Soon
Having already grossed nearly 6 million Euros since opening in Germany in late September, Baran Odar's new crime-thriller Who Am I, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, has gotten the attention of Warner Bros. who have bought the rights for an English language remake

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