Even on the big screen, Sin City has always felt episodic, with its different characters in a variety of interconnected stories, all in the same gritty noir setting. Television seems like a natural home for Frank Miller’s world and that reality just got a little bit closer.
The Dirty Dozen is possibly one of the most consistently name-checked films in the Hollywood development process. However, if Len Wiseman (Underworld, Sleepy Hollow) can actually pull this "Dirty Dozen in deep space" series off, that would be pretty awesome.
Sleepy Hollow might be our favorite new pilot airing this fall, thanks to a note-perfect cast, some really funny writing and some edge-of-your seat scares. But how will this show distinguish itself from Tim Burton's iconic movie? And what's next for these characters? We talked to the show's creators and star, to find…
This is an interesting match-up: the Star Trek and Transformers writing duo Alex Kurtzman and Bob Orci are writing a new supernatural pilot for Fox with director Len Wiseman (Underworld). Wiseman has proven himself on television with his popular pilot for Hawaii Five-0, so there's that. Plus, maybe Orci and Kurtzman…
If you've watched the TV spots and trailers for the new Total Recall movie, you've probably noticed a giant metal skyscraper-like elevator, that takes citizens from one side of the planet, to the other. Yes, this movie replaces Mars with an elevator through the center of the Earth, and it's a huge part of the movie.
Can't decide if the Total Recall reboot is an abomination or a great idea? Watch these five clips, and decide. Plus see if you can spot all the little winks to Paul Verhoeven's original movie, starting with the lady in mustard.
Kate Beckinsale gets super snarky, leading a team of robots to destroy Colin Farrell and his possible ex-girlfriend Jessica Biel. We like the action in this latest Total Recall clip — but we also love the robots, something we thought was possibly secondary to the movie. The more we see of these shiny bots, the more…
How much does the Total Recall remake pay homage to the original? Director Len Wiseman and several of the movie's stars came to San Diego Comic-Con with footage from the film, showing off the moments that pay tribute to the 1990 action flick. Just don't expect Colin Farrell to rattle off any witty (or cheesy)…
Len Wiseman's Total Recall movie has a secret part plotted out for Ethan Hawke. If you go to the movie's IMDB page Hawke is listed, but his character has no name. Suspicious! It looks like the secret might be out of the bag. UPDATED.
We were invited to visit the set while Len Wiseman was filming his version of Philip K. Dick's We Can Remember It for You Wholesale better known as Total Recall in the cinemas. So how does it compare with the classic Paul Verhoeven picture? It's completely different, thankfully. After poking about through the sets…
This weekend, Sony unveiled their trailer for the reboot of Total Recall starring Colin Farrell, Bryan Cranston, Kate Beckinsale, and Jessica Biel. Now Underworld director Len Wiseman is breaking down each clip and cut, expanding on perma-confused protagonist Douglas Quaid's new futuristic world.
Len Wiseman has released a quick look at his version of Philip K. Dick's Total Recall — including one lovely shot of Colin Farrell's dirty future home. Feels a bit like a smog-covered 5th Element. We've grabbed a shot from the trailer for further inspection below. The full official trailer will be online this Sunday.
Get a glimpse at Len Wiseman's Total Recall reboot starring the feisty Colin Farrell. While both this and Arnold's were based off Philip K. Dick's story, you can easily see massive differences between Paul Verhoeven's version and Wiseman's in this short clip.
How different will the new Total Recall reboot be from Paul Verhoeven and Arnold Schwarzenegger's classic Mars mystery? The answer is "entirely." At least that's what we got from the few glimpses of new footage screened at New York Comic Con.
How do you go about topping Paul Verhoeven's Total Recall? Len Wiseman, who's directing the remake, has a few ideas — such as introducing a few new futuristic gadgets to the updated flick.
Hot on the news that Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston will be cast as the head villain in the new Colin Farrell Total Recall reboot is a brand new plot synopsis. Which includes a troublesome detail.
Details are leaking out on Len Wiseman's Total Recall reboot. And instead of trying to recapture the glorious weirdness of the Verhoeven original, it's sounding more like a tribute to the other classic Philip K. Dick adaptation, Blade Runner.
A list of potential Total Recall leads, that includes Inception's Tom Hardy and Michael Fassbender, is being passed around Hollywood. At the top of the list is Colin Farrell. Surprised? We certainly are.
Nobody thinks a Total Recall remake is a good idea, but it's still happening. And now it's been announced that Underworld director Len Wiseman is in final talks to direct, from a script by Equilibrium/Ultraviolet director Kurt Wimmer. This will be a new "contemporized" adaptation. The press release quotes Wiseman: