Guillermo Del Toro is definitely a persistent guy. Last year, his long in the works video game, Insane, got shut down, but now it’s back up and running with a potential 2015 release date.
Science fiction and horror fans are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Prometheus, which is slated to hit theaters on June 8.
Along with John Carter, the other big cliffhanger at the box office this year will be Battleship, the big action film loosely based on the Milton Bradley board game.
Who thinks a sequel to the uber-mediocre 80’s comedy Twins is a good idea?
Beauty and the Beast is a classic fairy tale that's seen many permutations and imitations in modern times.
Ron Howard’s planned adaptation of The Dark Tower was one of the most closely watched cliffhangers in Hollywood history, along with the recent budget battle over The Lone Ranger.
A lot has been written and said about the movie Battleship, which some film fans are viewing with scorn that an adaptation of a board game could cost so much money (rumor has it in the neighborhood of $200 mil).
With many bemoaning the lack of original ideas in Hollywood, the upcoming board game adaptation of Battleship has become somewhat of a whipping boy amongst film geeks.
Not long after the news that Guillermo Del Toro’s dream project, "At the Mountains of Madness," had fallen apart, the filmaker revealed he was mulling over a number of potential projects for the future.