We just reported here on TGD that Jospeh Kosinski, who helmed Oblivion, may be the director of the Twilight Zone movie, which has been in the works for quite some time. Yes, The Twilight Zone may be headed back to the big screen, and while we’re not sure if it’s going to be in black and white or color, there’s also a new writer coming into the fold as well.
We didn’t have the term “show runner” back in the day, but Rod Serling was absolutely one of the first. The Twilight Zone was his baby, and everybody knew he wasn’t just the host, but the key creative force behind it. News is, via the Hollywood Reporter, that JJ Abrams will be adapting Serling’s last screenplay: The Stops Along the Way.
Faithful TG readers know we’re big fans of Rod Serling, the man who gave us one of the greatest shows in genre history, The Twilight Zone.
You can probably make a pretty strong case that just about anybody who likes genre television is a fan of The Twilight Zone.
As regular readers of TG know, we're big fans of the Twilight Zone and its creator Rod Serling.
Long time readers of TG know we're big fans of Rod Serling, and he's personally been one of my biggest heroes.
Those of you who are regular readers at know we’re big fans of The Twilight Zone.
Watching old TV shows and movies that we grew up with helps take us back to much simpler, easier times in our lives. Still, when I scan sites that sell old movies and TV shows, I'm always amazed to find how many shows and movies I've never even heard of.
Rod Serling's timeless classic - The Twilight Zone - is heading back to the silver screen with a new twist.
Recently there’s been much speculation about what Christian Bale will be doing once the Dark Knight franchise ends next July.
Carol Serling, the widow of Rod Serling and keeper of the Twilight Zone flame, often expresses amazement that The Twilight Zone still keeps going year after year.
With the Planet of the Apes prequel nearly upon us, it takes me back to the first time I saw the 1967 original.
I've often joked that everything I need to know I learned from The Twilight Zone, but in all seriousness, it was a great show which taught a lot of moral lessons to people of all ages.
Truth be told, there's really nothing new or innovative about being trapped on an island.