Karl Urban is ready to reprise the role of Judge Dredd in forthcoming series Mega-City One, and hopes a deal can be reached to make it happen.
Karl Urban says that Ex Machina and Annihilation filmmaker Alex Garland 'actually directed' Dredd, in addition to serving as its screenwriter.
Mute director Duncan Jones would love to adapt a character from the British 2000 AD comic books, like Judge Dredd or Rogue Trooper.
A Judge Dredd TV show is on its way; here's every update on the cast, trailer, and development behind the next Mega-City One adventure.
Exclusive: Karl Urban reveals what it would take for him to reprise his role as Judge Dredd in IM Global's Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series.
The first concept art arrives for the upcoming live-action Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV show - which could feature Karl Urban as Dredd.
While Dredd won't seeing a proper return to the big screen, its new home on television could offer the best format for the story of Mega City One.
Judge Dredd: Mega City One executive producer confirms talks with returning franchise star Karl Urban for the lead role in the TV series.
Karl Urban recently revealed that he's in discussions to reprise his role as Judge Dredd in IM Global's Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series.
Mega-City One TV series producer Brian Jenkins says Karl Urban could reprise the role of Judge Dredd if the actor's schedule allows.
Fans have been clamoring for a sequel to 2012's Dredd, but the newly announced TV show is the answer they didn't know they were looking for!
The producers of Dredd are developing a new live-action television series set in the crime-ridden wasteland of Mega City One.
Dredd producer Adi Shankar says he wants to break the video game curse by bringing a hard R-rated Meg Man movie to theaters.
Judge Dredd co-owner Jason Kingsley says that Adi Shankar is and will not be involved with any potential Dredd movie sequel.
Dredd producer Adi Shankar says that a sequel to the cult favorite action film will eventually happen, although it might not be live-action.
A new fan trailer re-imagines the 1995 Sylvester Stallone film Judge Dredd as 2012's Karl Urban fan favorite effort Dredd.
According to Judge Dredd's co-creator John Wagner, Fox turned down the idea of including Judge Death in the first film.
A YouTube user envisions what a Dredd series starring Karl Urban might look like on Netflix, creating a fan made title sequence.
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Dredd producer Adi Shankar and star Karl Urban formally deny that a sequel to the cult comic book movie is currently in development.