At the movies, we’ve seen the world end almost every way imaginable: disease, zombies, meteors, natural disasters, and the list goes on. But author Joe Hill has a new one—and the idea is so hot, pun intended, that Hollywood scooped it up even before his book was published.
We were just getting excited for Louis Leterrier's G, in which the Earth stops spinning and gravity stops. And now there's another great take on the burgeoning "rotational disaster" subgenre.
Yesterday, Universal Pictures announced a deal for Louis Leterrier to direct G, a science fiction "tentpole" movie. Nothing much was revealed about G, except that it's "a scifi disaster pic with shades of The Day After Tomorrow and Taken." And they haven't hired a screenwriter yet.
Brian K. Vaughan's comic book series about the very last man on the planet is just begging for a widescreen, action-packed adaptation. And Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier wants to pick up where DJ Caruso failed, but on television!
Louis Leterrier is apparently in some sort of competition with Roland Emmerich to see who can make the worst disaster film ever, and Leterrier stands to win if he films this epic where Earth loses its gravity. Your move, Emmerich.
Re-release the Kraken! A Louis Leterrier-less Clash sequel may be out by Spring 2012, to nab Sam Worthington before he starts Avatar 2. A Journey sequel is also in the works for Fall 2011, without director Eric Brevig. [Deadline]
Are you looking for an awesome, balls-out adventure movie that has no pretensions and just serves up the monstery goodness? Then you need Clash of the Titans - it's a refresher course in what makes B-movies better than blockbusters.
Last week, Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier mentioned he was on the shortlist for The Avengers. This week, it's been rumored Leterrier is considering another hot comic property: the film adaptation of Brian K Vaughan's Y: The Last Man.
Louis Leterrier, the director who just rescued The Incredible Hulk, has announced his next movie, about a team of young consultants who get drugged and left in a radioactive town in Russia. The group has to manage an escape, by working together. The movie is titled Strays and does not have a start date. Fingers…
Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier released a "commentary" on the movie's new trailer, and gave away many of the film's secrets. Depending on how you feel about half-hour fight scenes, his revelations will either thrill or appall you. Click through to read all the dirt (including spoilers) on the new Hulk.