As a long time horror fan, I’m digging the fact that the genre has made a big comeback to TV. There used to be horror series and TV movies all the time back in the ‘70’s, and it’s nice to see it coming back round again.
Although The Mummy franchise really isn’t that old, we all know how obsessed Hollywood is these days with reboots.
The Amazing Spider-Man - which garnered a slew of positive reviews - is doing quite well at the box office.
Screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are part of what we call Team Abrams here at TG, because they've been writing for JJ since Alias.
No, we still don't know who the Star Trek 2 villain is.
But with the JJ Abrams film slated to hit theaters in less then a year, it seems almost inevitable that a potential leak could be sprung at almost any point.
The screenwriters from Team Abrams have been doing very well for themselves these days.
There are certain talent personalities in Hollywood who have specific skills you call upon, and some writers and directors definitely specialize in big, event movies.
You may recall the controversy that erupted back in the 90's when Interview With the Vampire was adapted into a movie and Tom Cruise played Lestat.
It’s been a hell of a summer for JJ Abrams and company with the success of Super 8 and Cowboys & Aliens, which was co-written by frequent Abrams collaborators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
By the time you read this story, the third Transformers movie will have made a ton of money at the box office.
With the third Transformers nearly upon us in July, it brings me back to when I spoke to the amazing screenwriting duo Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci about the first 2007 film.
With the success of Lost, Alias, the big screen reinvention of Star Trek and now Super 8, JJ Abrams has proven himself a powerhouse in both movies and television.
James Tiberius Kirk and the indomitable Spock will be teaming up for a new game that continues the (2009) Star Trek adventure envisioned by J.J. Abrams.
Yesterday, we confirmed plans for Star Trek 2 were moving ahead, albeit slowly. Today we discuss why the film is likely to be delayed and which writers are involved in the project.