The phrase “live-action Voltron movie” is one of those mythic internet movie stories. Every few years, it pops up, looks around, and goes back into its hole. Well, here’s its latest appearance.
While Marvel Studios has yet to release a female-led superhero movie, Black Widow had a chance to beat fellow Avengers Iron Man and Thor to the big screen. And the reason it didn't happen is pretty rage-inducing.
Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern book series has garnered generations of fans. Now it's about to be translated for the screen by the screenwriter for Watchmen and X2, David Hayter.
Push, the vastly underrated film about people with special mind powers - and basically everything Heroes should be but isn't - is getting a TV series. This could be the clever real-world superhero series we've been asking for.
David Hayter isn't letting the Watchmen feedback get him down. He's ready to translate another graphic novel to the big screen, and this time he's got zombies. Comic Deadworld is going to be made into a movie, with Hayter's help.
While the Watchmen stars drag their bored-to-death faces through a surreal appearance on Rachael Ray (Billy Crudup is "Captain Boredom!") screenwriter David Hayter pleads with you to see the movie one more time.
While Director Zack Snyder is working away feverishly to complete his live-action adaptation of Alan Moore's seminal Watchmen graphic novel, we decided to take a look at the three versions of the film's script floating around on the etherwebs. This project has had several stalled-out development attempts since 1986,…