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Invisible Man Writer Exits, Reconfirms the Dark Universe Is Flying Blind

Universal Studio’s Dark Universe has suffered another major setback. Men in Black writer Ed Solomon has revealed he’s no longer writing Invisible Man, the monster flick set to star Johnny Depp. It’s unclear whether he was fired or quit, but what is clear is that Universal has a long way to go to fix the mess it’s…

The Live-Action Detective Pikachu Movie Is Close to Casting Its Female Lead, Continues to Be Actually Happening

So many absurd things have happened this year that it’s hard to remember that not only are we getting a live action Pokémon film, it’s actually based on a Japan-only game about a Pikachu that solves crimes. But yes, it’s still happening, and just took a major step forward by closing in on casting its female lead.

Guillermo del Toro Wishes He'd Taken Over Universal's Monster Movies (and So Do We)

Universal’s plans for a shared universe of monster movies are all but dead after the creative team tapped to build out the franchise left the project. The news wasn’t exactly surprising when it first broke considering the reception to The Mummy, but it did beg the question: what might have happened if Guillermo del…

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Universal Adds Phantom of the Opera and Hunchback of Notre Dame to Its Monsterverse, Which Is Very Dumb

Universal is desperate to create a franchise out of the classic “monsters” that ruled the studio from the 1920s to 1960. It’s calling this thing “Dark Universe” and it’s all kicking off with that ridiculous Tom Cruise-starring Mummy. And now we get word about more monster movies being planned and they make no sense.