Articles by Chris Schrader
With the ‘Harry Potter’ series coming to an end, Warner Bros. has no shortage of offers for ‘Deathly Hallows’ director David Yates – including a trilogy based on Stephen King’s ‘The Stand.’
MGM’s top pick for the title role in their upcoming ‘RoboCop’ reboot is reportedly Chris Pine – a decision that seems to indicate they might be chasing a younger demographic with this incarnation of the character.
The first trailer for ‘Batman: Year One’ has been released, and it looks like the latest DC Universe animated film will honor the tone and atmosphere of its comic book source material.
‘Prometheus’ screenwriter Damon Lindelof explains how closely the film is connected to ‘Alien’ and reveals his thoughts on how to develop an effective prequel story.
Ron Howard will direct a live-action adaptation of the MAD magazine cartoon strip ‘Spy Vs. Spy’ as well as the Formula One racing film ‘Rush.’ Is this further evidence that ‘The Dark Tower’ is headed for development hell?
Legendary Pictures is attempting to emulate the success of ‘Fast Five’ by developing an ‘edgier’ film based on Mattel’s popular ‘Hot Wheels’ toy line.
Jon Favreau reveals that he might still be involved with ‘Iron Man 3′ in some capacity and Robert Downey Jr. admits that ‘The Avengers’ is turning out better than he could ever have imagined.
Eight new character posters from ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ remind audiences that the end is nigh – and all bets are off.
‘On Stranger Tides’ director Rob Marshall has yet to commit to ‘Pirate of the Caribbean 5′, so Disney is now reportedly eyeing Tim Burton, Sam Raimi, Alfonso Cuarón, Shawn Levy, and Chris Weitz for the job.
Unless DC Comics and the heirs of the ‘Superman’ creators settle their ongoing legal battle, key elements of the character will be divided up. What would that mean for ‘Man of Steel’ sequels and future cinematic adaptations?
In light of recent events, Arnold Schwarzenegger has decided to put all of his upcoming film projects (including ‘Terminator 5′ and ‘Cry Macho’) on hold while he focuses on personal matters.
Despite the disappointing domestic box office gross of ‘Scream 4′, executive producer Harvey Weinstein insists that the franchise will continue and that director Wes Craven will likely be involved.