After a week of speculation about who will be performing “evil dude” duties in the new RoboCop reboot, it's looking like, for today at least, the role will be played by Michael Keaton.
Eli Roth claims his fake Grindhouse Trailer - Thanksgiving - is going to finally be made into a movie.
Life's not easy in Delta City.
Yes, James Franco, you're a crazy renaissance man. We all get it now.
Back in 2009, Variety reported that Transformers 2 writer Ehren Kruger was developing a remake of David Cronenberg's seminal, prophetic classic Videodrome. The original film, which explores man's relationship and increasing reliance on technology and our readiness to embrace violence as a form of entertainment.
Variety's original scoop (which Deadline stole word for word the other day) claimed that Kruger's new take would "modernize the concept, infuse it with the possibilities of nano-technology and blow it up into a large-scale sci-fi action thriller."
The first images from the upcoming remake of Carrie have been released by Entertainment Weekly this week, giving us a look at the iconic image of Carrie soaked in blood on prom night and of her controlling, religious mother.
Horror nerds never anticipated Sam Raimi, one of the true mavericks of the genre, would get into the blockbuster business (the same could be said of Peter Jackson, it's hard to imagine those days now) but the Evil Dead maestro has directed some of the most successful blockbusters of the modern era with his Spider-Man trilogy and is currently completing work on his Wizard of Oz prequel Oz The Great and Powerful.
The Avengers star will join the latest Spike Lee joint, as he signs on to the controversial remake of the beloved South Korean thriller.
Twitter offers readers the chance to experience thoughts and feelings as they happen, on the fly, very loose and improvised; live-tweeting through a film or sporting eveny can be a fascinating experience.
Drew McWeeny of Hitfix recently read through the script to the RoboCop remake, live-tweeting his very turbulent emotional journey. Reading these thoughts, I felt like I was there with him, reading the script over his shoulder and resisting the urge to anger-vomit.