Sometime in recent history, Black Friday morphed from a day of markdowns that kicked off the Christmas-shopping season to a contact sport. But horror movies have long since viewed the mall as a breeding ground for terror. What’s scarier than being trampled by frenzied bargain hunters? Read on.
Olivia Munn teases the scope of X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Another Stephen King property is heading to TV, just as another gets cancelled. Flash producer Andrew Kreisberg discusses the arrival of the Elongated Man on the show. Plus, a creepy new clip from Channel Zero and new Riverdale footage. Hooray for spoilers!
Don’t expect many new faces in between Infinity War and Avengers 4. A new Spider-Man: Homecoming cast list seemingly confirms another Marvel cameo. Get a first look at Pixar’s new experimental short. Plus, a new trailer for Doctor Who’s season finale and set pictures from Jessica Jones season 2. Spoilers now!
We’ve seen the first episode of Spike’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist—and though it’s largely set-up, it reveals what the show is keeping from King’s original story, hints of how the novella’s being expanded for TV, and all the secrets and melodrama you’d expect from a King story.
We have a cryptic look at Avengers: Infinity War. A Star Wars rumor is debunked. Daenerys explains one thing she won’t be doing in season seven of Game of Thrones. We know when a slew of Marvel movies will begin filming. Re-Animator may be returning but not in the U.S. Is there more? So much more! Spoilers, hiyah!
From the very first trailer for Spike TV’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist, we noted how much it expanded on the original story. A new featurette, “Reimagining The Mist,” explores how the show’s creator turned a 180-page novella into a series, while still staying true to the spirit of King’s tale.
Ant-Man and The Wasp casts a mysterious “key” role. Donald Glover discusses playing Lando in the Han Solo spinoff. Stranger Things reveals Sean Astin’s new character. Plus, even more Transformers footage, teases of a special regeneration on Doctor Who, and more! Spoilers get!
Spike TV’s upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist is already looking like must-watch horror TV, with mysterious monsters and human monsters causing all kinds of chaos and gore. This latest trailer suggests the mist is caused by “nature turning sour,” or as you could also call it, climate change... with a…
We’ve gotten a few evocative trailers for Spike TV’s eerie, violent Stephen King adaptation, The Mist. Now we have a behind-the-scenes featurette that explains a bit more about the characters, and how the show will focus not just how they’re affected by the titular menace, but also on how living in terror will reshape…
The first trailer for Spike TV’s adaptation of Stephen King’s short story The Mist was highly atmospheric and plenty spooky. But while this new teaser is shorter, it’s way gorier. This summer’s TV just got a lot more stomach-turning, and I mean that in the best possible way.
An unlikely source claims Marvel is looking to buy Spider-Man back permanently. Could Avengers: Infinity War have an interesting link back to Age of Ultron? Supergirl’s showrunner talks bringing General Zod to the show. Plus, new footage from Wonder Woman and Doctor Who. Spoilers now!
When most people think of Stephen King’s The Mist, the first thing that comes to mind is the 2007 movie (and its incredibly messed-up ending). But if Spike TV has its way, that’ll change in June, when The Mist TV show—which just dropped its first trailer—makes its debut.
Soon after finding a director in Emmy winner and Children of Dune helmer Greg Yaitanes, Spike TV’s much-anticipated adaptation of Kim Stanley Robinson’s classic Mars Trilogy has lost its executive producer and showrunner, Peter Noah. That doesn’t mean Red Mars is kaput, but it does mean a major delay.
Stephen King and TV haven’t always had the best relationship. In fact, the track record of adapting the author’s work to the small screen is, overall, pretty bad. Sure there’s a good miniseries here and there—but for the most part it’s been a dismal line-up. Now a new King story is coming to TV: The Mist.
Producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein are looking to scripted television to increase their media offerings, and they have several scripted shows in the works. Among the TV series we could be seeing from the Weinstein Company in the near future: a Sin City series and a Frank Darabont-led miniseries based on The Mist.
It's common to say that the book is always better than the movie, but sometimes that isn't true. Occasionally, a movie will come along that transforms its source material into something greater than the original. But how often do authors feel that a film adaptation has truly trumped their own work?
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For many movie fans, Drew Struzan is the definitive poster artist. His work has brought film series like Indiana Jones, Star Wars and Hellboy to glorious life. But his work on the Back To The Future films remains our favorite.
You might think it's odd that The Road and Ninja Assassin both came out just in time for Turkey Day. But those aren't the only counter-intuitive movies that studios have put out for Thanksgiving — here's a complete list.
We weren't thrilled by The Mist, last winter's movie of Stephen King's killer-drizzle story. But when we stumbled on this concept art for the film by Swamp Thing co-creator Bernie Wrightson, we started to get excited about what Frank Darabont's Mist movie could have been if it had had a little more Guillermo Del Toro…