It’s been a tumultuous few weeks behind the scenes of the upcoming Batman film, but now it’s official. Warner Bros. announced that Matt Reeves, the director of Cloverfield, Let Me In, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and this summer’s War for the Planet of the Apes, is directing a standalone Batman film.
The drama behind the scenes of the latest Batman movie is worthy of a whole movie all its own. The latest news is that negotiations with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves, which were reportedly going well last week, have broken down, leaving the production without a leader once again.
The Batman might have found its new director after Ben Affleck stepped down from the role. Matt Reeves is reportedly set to take over the DC flick.
When Ben Affleck gave up directing duties on the solo Batman film, it was obvious things were grim. And while the latest rumor seems to suggest they’re just getting worse, at least this time there may be a silver lining.
Vampire shows are a constant on TV—but The Passage, a pilot just ordered by Fox, has some unusual elements lifting it above the pack. Behind the scenes, it has Liz Heldens (Friday Night Lights), Matt Reeves (Felicity, Cloverfield, War for the Planet of the Apes), and Ridley Scott (you know his credits). And its story…
The big-screen adaptation of writer-illustrator David Peterson’s award-winning series about medieval mice soldiers, Mouse Guard, just got a big boost: the screenplay will be penned by Rogue One: A Star Wars Story writer Gary Whitta.
Eight years after its release, the mere mention of Bad Robot’s found footage film Cloverfield is still a lightning rod. Whether people love it or hate it, everyone has a strong opinion about it. We saw that play out recently when a seemingly unrelated film was revealed to be titled 10 Cloverfield Lane, and everyone…
Matt Reeves posted up the first image from his upcoming War for the Planet of the Apes last night, signaling the start of production for the latest installment of the franchise. In it, it looks like they could be returning to an iconic location.
The scariest ape to ever fire a gun while grinning may return to the Planet of the Apes franchise. Or at least director Matt Reeves really wants to leave that door open.
Now that Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has blown everybody's mind, what happens next? Director Matt Reeves, who is both writing and directing the untitled Apes sequel, has a few ideas. And he shared them with us, in our exclusive interview.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes totally revived the Apes franchise into a smart drama series that pits human against ape. And now Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has taken that drama to the next level. But how far do we need to go until the humans become the dumbed-down slaves we see in the original film? We asked Dawn…
Still on the fence about the new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes movie? We bet this clip will sway you in the direction of HOLY HELL THAT IS WOW. Seriously, stop what you are doing and watch this ridiculously intense clip from Matt Reeves' Apes movie.
We cannot wait for the next Apes movie to hit theaters. Today, 10 new images from the production were released to the masses, and dammit if these gun-toting apes don't look gorgeous. So much tension, so many primates! Can't waaaait!
What has happened to the mighty leader of the apes since we last saw him in Rise of the Planet of the Apes? In our exclusive interview with Apes star Andy Serkis, the man behind the primate reveals all the details behind Caesar's new world order — plus more information on his next feature Jungle Book!
Fox took the stage at CinemaCon, with one of the most impressive movie rollouts we've seen thus far. We saw a massive chunk of X-Men Days Of Future Past (more on that in a bit) — but more importantly, we saw the first ever clip from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and it is absolutely stunning. Spoilers ahead.
A whole host of new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes pictures has revealed what happened after the Apes took the Golden Gate Bridge. Including a first look at the primate HQ, where the apes have apparently learned how to use fire, and created their own language.
Fox must be happy with the Matt Reeves' take on the new Planet of the Apes franchise, because even before the second film has been finished filming, the Cloverfield director has been hired to film the third movie as well.
Here it is the VERY first trailer for the brand new movie in the Planet of the Apes franchise. And things are not looking good for the human species... excellent.
Director Matt Reeves (Let Me In) tweeted out the new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes website, which is hosting an image collection of apes about to go all Braveheart over some human asses. Hot damn.
I spy a rundown trolley, an ivy-covered Federal Reserve and posters from the Human Nation. What can you see in these set pics from the Dawn of the Planet of the Apes? And is 15 years really enough time for San Francisco to become covered in greenery?