Lionsgate and CBS Films have released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming feature film adaption of Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. The film follows a group of young teens who must solve the mystery surrounding the sudden and macabre deaths in their small town.
During the promotional tour for his newest film Crimson Peak, Guillermo del Toro created a bit of a stir with news that his next project would be a smaller film, something in the vein of his 2006 film Pan’s Labyrinth. But now it turns out that will not be his next project, we’ll try to clarify all the details.
Usually known as Dark Universe, we’ve been reporting on the on-again off-again rollercoaster that has been the Justice League Dark adaptation for years.
The film had been in the hands of Guillermo del Toro for a while, and he was quite possibly the best choice to bring the series to the big screen. Unfortunately with his busy schedule and a high-profile conflict with Pacific Rim 2 (which has now been put on hiatus), it seemed less and less likely the movie would ever get made. So finally del Toro announced that he was no longer helming the project (though he might remain on as a producer), leaving Dark Universe in limbo.
We’re taking a look at one of the first and most famous of all Fanzines, Famous Monsters of Filmland. Created by Mr. Science Fiction himself, Forrest J. Ackerman, both the man and the magazine have had an immense influence on generations of artists and industry vets, from Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson to Rick Baker and Dennis Muren.
Godzilla versus King Kong versus the Pacific Rim Jaegers. Talk about a fanboy (and fangirl, let’s not be sexist here)’s wet dream! And such a big screen brawl would be theoretically possible with the big ape moving from Universal Studios to Warner, which owns rights to both Godzilla and Pacific Rim via Legendary Pictures.