The biggest problem with The Dark Tower movie is that when it ends, you don’t feel the need to see more. Unlike the epic books that inspired it, the movie is streamlined to be one complete story. Hypothetically, this should be a good thing. But with The Dark Tower, that process removes any gravitas needed to make us…
Ever since a tweet of a very important prop was posted to Twitter last summer, fans have assumed that the upcoming Dark Tower movie is a sequel to the books. And now, the film’s director has confirmed that.
The film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower has been shooting for a while now, but most of that was happening in South Africa. This week, the film moved to New York City, and the increase of prying eyes caught a glimpse of Matthew McConaughey as Randall Flagg, the Man in Black.
Stephen King’s epic book series The Dark Tower has been wandering around Hollywood for what feels like forever. First it was going to be a movie, then a TV show, then both, with multiple big names attached. And now, there’s yet another attempt in the works.
Good news. The movie version of the badass, modern day fairytale comics we ALL want to see adapted, Fables, is NOT dead. In fact, the movie just got a pretty exciting screenwriter to take another pass at the script.
Holy hell, they're making a movie based on Bill Willingham's acclaimed Fables comic. Please be good. Please be good. Please be good. Please be good. Please be good. Please be good. Please be good. Please be good.
Warner Bros. has announced that it plans to move forward on a film surrounding Deadman, DC's ghostly superhero on a vengeful mission. Warner had originally planned for Guillermo Del Toro to direct a Deadman feature, but Variety has confirmed that Del Toro will produce the film and hand over the reins to Danish…