What happens when you bring the writer behind the movie Chronicle and the producer of the Showtime political thriller Homeland together? According to reports, the answer is "a superhero crime drama that's been already been bought by the Fox network." There's only on
While both the X-Men and the Avengers have taken to hogging the limelight in both comic books and movies over recent years, Marvel's First Family is finally getting another chance at the spotlight with the news that Fox has found a director - and maybe a writer - for its planned big screen reboot of the Fantastic Four.The studio announced earlier this week that it had signed Josh Tran
Movies: Sony has unveiled a four-minute preview of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, which might make you avoid bridges for awhile.
Sales: ICv2 reports that graphic novel sales in comic book stores are better than expected over the past few months. Could things be looking up for the industry?
Marvel Studios isn't the only movie studio looking to build some superhero franchises out of Marvel Comics characters, it seems. Not only is Fox planning to start shooting a sequel to X-Men: First Class next January, but it's also planning reboots for Daredevil and Fantastic Four, as well as mulling over the possibility of a New Mutants movie, too. Will Marvel soon find itself playing cinematic catch-up to itself?Talking to Fox Studios chi
Toys: IGN has a huge new image of Hasbro's 3-foot-long S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier toy from The Avengers movie toy line. It's no USS Flagg, but it'll do for now.
If you were on the streets of New York City the other day, you may have heard someone shout, "Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plan! It's Super-Oh wait, actually it is a plane." It was three human-shaped remote-controlled planes, to be precise, specially created to give the illusion of actual people flying around the skies of New York City as a promotional stunt for the upcoming movie Chronicle. See the soaring after the jump.Uploaded to
Warner Bros. has officially "greenlit" production of AKIRA, the studio's long-in-development live-action adaptation of the classic manga and anime created by Katsuhiro Otomo. The studio announced in July that it had hired U