Good news if you had Channing Tatum’s long-gestating Gambit movie in your “Hollywood project in limbo most likely to actually happen” office pool: the thing’s got a release date at last, and Tatum’s card-flinging X-Men dreams are about to come true.
A new director may be close to bringing everyone’s favorite card-throwing Cajun mutant to the big screen. Deadline is reporting that Gore Verbinski, director of the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, is making a deal to direct Channing Tatum in Gambit.
Fox released a trailer for Gore Verbinski’s upcoming horror movie A Cure for Wellness today. As it happens, I’ve seen the first 30 or so minutes of the movie, which is where a lot of the first half of the trailer comes from. Both are full of everything creepy you can think of.
Will we ever get to see Steven Spielberg's movie of Daniel H. Wilson's Robopocalypse? Hard to say, given Spielberg's recent statements about the doomed model of blockbuster movies. But at least you can see some storyboards that give a few hints of how kinetic and thrilling it could be.
Remember the Bioshock movie that almost got made a few years back? Now at last, here's your first glimpse of what it could have looked like, thanks to concept artist Tim Flattery.
Lone Ranger appears to be many things, including: 1) A mistaken attempt to revamp a 1950s cowboy show for 21st-century audiences. 2) A Pirates of the Caribbean film where Captain Jack has a bird on his head. But really, it's a celebration of craptastic origin stories, that takes them to their ultimate level of crap.
Check out the latest trailer for Gore Verbinski's strangely supernatural Lone Ranger movie, and get an earful of the first Johnny Depp "kemosabe" delivery. This has potential to be either the very best, or the absolute worst. But we know one thing for certain, Depp is going to steal this movie right out from under…
Here's the first ever trailer for Gore Verbinski's Lone Ranger, which is a bit darker and much more supernatural than we expected. Turns out Armie Hammer is a Spirit Walker (a man who can not be killed in battle, and has been to the "other side"). Second big surprise? Johnny Depp doesn't completely walk away with…
New set photos show more of Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises. James Corden hopes to make another comeback as Craig Owens on Doctor Who. Plus find out what's ahead on Fringe, Supernatural, Person of Interest, Chuck, and Terra Nova!
Since Sucker Punch failed to conquer the box office, there's been lots of speculation about why it was a box office failure. Was it too stylized? Was it the reviews? Did it fail to appeal to women or older adults?
Don't count on seeing a horrific Little Sister on the big screen any time soon. Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean) was supposed to be directing the big-screen BioShock film, but he tells Coming Soon that it's dead in the water. The big issue: the R-rating, coupled with a big budget:
What kind of movie could bring together the directors of Pirates Of The Carribean, Fight Club, Terminator and Watchmen? According to producer Kevin Eastman, the answer is the upcoming Heavy Metal.
Hope you weren't holding your breath for Gore Verbinski's movie version of Bioshock. Universal have put the movie on hold over concerns about the high budget, and may push filming overseas to keep costs down.