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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.
Yes, it's a great achievement of English literature. Yes, it's a deep work of spiritual belief and should be given due consideration. And yet, for some reason, Paradise Lost stumbles over the same things that bad comic books do. We're going to look at ten mistakes that serial-fiction writers make — even the famous…
This is the third installment in Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky's HBO documentary series that began in 1993 when three teenage boys from West Memphis, Arkansas—Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley—were arrested and accused of brutally raping, mutilating and killing three eight-year-old boys.
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Emma Stone breaks down Gwen Stacy, The Amazing Spider-Man's love interest. The gritty Paradise Lost movie hits a snag. Robert Kirkman promises more death on The Walking Dead. Plus Andy Serkis talks the next Planet of the Apes movie!
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Chris Hemsworth gives his seal of approval for a Thor 2 directing candidate. Steven Spielberg talks Robopocalypse, and new actors join Pacific Rim and Paradise Lost. Chuck enlists your friendly neighborhood comics legend for a cameo. Plus new R.I.P.D. set photos!
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Legendary Pictures has released concept art of Lucifer from Alex Proyas' live action version of Paradise Lost who will be played by Bradley Cooper. Also, take a look at the burned horses, hordes of angels from another movie, The Seventh Son.
Quite possibly the most exciting movie panel at Comic-Con yesterday didn't involve Spider-Man or Tintin. Legendary Pictures gave a select few fans a sneak peek of four long-awaited film projects, and we were there.
Alex Proyas, director of The Crow and Knowing, has just signed on to adapt John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost, which tells the tragic story of how Lucifer fell and got to be the lovable character we know today.